Cool, refreshing and flavorful, these fruit pops are tempting any time of year but especially on the 4th of July. They're naturally sweetened and colored with watermelon - nothing else!
Reminiscent of cherry cordials, this dairy-free ice cream contains pure extracts that make the flavor really pop.
This gluten-free, dairy-free strawberry ice cream is a favorite, full of fresh, summery flavor.
Chocolate ice cream, crunchy nuts (or seeds) and gooey marshmallow cream make this a decadent-tasting dairy-free treat.
Easy-to-eat is the theme of this picnic recipe. These gluten-free simple pops are little grab-and-go apple pies.
There’s nothing like s’mores for delicious summertime fun but an open fire is not always handy. These cookies have the flavor without the fuss. They are egg free, made with gluten-free Ener-G egg replacer instead of eggs.
Mac ‘n’ cheese is even more fun as bite-size poppers. This healthier version of the kid-favorite food will make grown-ups happy, too. Vegan, gluten-free and full of hidden vegetables and other nourishing ingredients (nutritional yeast adds terrific flavor and nutrients), your family will love this recipe.
Summer is the perfect opportunity to work sun-kissed fruit into cook-free desserts. Rich-tasting coconut whipped cream adds flair to this simple fruit-and-granola mixture. Use leftover coconut liquid in smoothies.
Fresh-tasting lettuce wraps cross the generation divide, pleasing adults and kids alike. Surprisingly, roast beef is one of the leaner options at the deli counter. For extra crunch and nutrients, add some shredded carrot, kohlrabi or zucchini to the wraps.
Who says granola has to include oats? Nutrient-packed lentils and quinoa are a great way to jumpstart your day. If tolerated, nuts (like almonds) can be added. Use mild-flavored red lentils, as other versions may be too “earthy” for breakfast. Serve with milk or yogurt of choice.