Tis the season to indulge in the warm embrace of holiday cheer, and what better way to celebrate than with a batch of Nourishing Lab’s Holiday Cookies? We’ve reimagined the classic cookie recipe, infusing it with the goodness of coconut sugar—a natural alternative that brings a rich, caramel-like flavor to every bite. These cookies are […]

Have you ever wondered what’s really in those protein bars you see at the grocery store? They’re often packed with refined sugar and other unhealthy ingredients like flavorings, high oleic sunflower oil, palm kernel oil, dried cane syrup, and soy lecithin.

These energy bites are the perfect healthy snack for teenagers and the rest of the family. They’re packed with whole food ingredients, including nuts, seeds, dried fruit, and oats. They’re also naturally sweetened with honey or maple syrup.


1 cup raw almonds or cashews
1/4 cup pistachios
1 cup organic dates, Trader Joes
1/4 cup raw almond or cashew butter
3 tablespoons flax meal
3 tablespoons cacao powder
1 tablespoon coconut
1 tablespoon Virgin Raw Bee Honey
1 teaspoon alcohol free vanilla extract
dash of Himalayan salt


1. Combine all the nuts and seeds in a food processor and pulse until broken down. I sometimes will blend it less resulting in bigger chunks.

2. Transfer the processed nuts to a mixing bowl.

3. In the food processor, combine dates until smooth.

4. Add the nut and seed mixture back into the food processor and blend.

5. Add  the rest of the ingredients. You may need to transfer the “batter” to a bowl to mix further.

6. Using a tablespoon or ice cream scoop measure the batter and roll into balls.

7. Enjoy!

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Healthy blondies: a childhood favorite, reinvented

Blondies are a classic bar cookie that reminds us of our childhood. They’re soft, chewy, and delicious. But they can also be high in sugar and unhealthy fats.

This recipe for healthy blondies gives you the same delicious taste and texture of your childhood favorite, but with a healthier twist. It’s made with almond flour, and coconut sugar.

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pumpkin skillet cookie

Pumpkin skillet cookie with maple caramel sauce: a healthier Halloween treat

This pumpkin cookie skillet with maple caramel sauce is the perfect healthier Halloween treat for your inner child and the whole family. It’s soft, chewy, and delicious, with all the flavors of fall. But it’s also made with almond flour, natural sweeteners, and healthy fats, so you can enjoy it without feeling guilty.

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peach brothicles

What is so nourishing about this recipe? There is a secret ingredient- bone broth! Who would guess that this brothicle could be a gutloving treat without the preservatives and additives. The whole family can enjoy these brothicles. Prepared without refined sugar and wholesome ingredients that are in season, rich in healthy fat and protein that is easily assimilated. So go crazy and add different fruits that are in season and purchased locally.

peach brothicles


3 Peaches, sliced
1 cup Full-Fat Coconut Milk
½ cup Bone Broth
1-2 Tbsp. Honey


Blend 2 of the peaches along with the remaining ingredients. Pour the mixture into popsicle molds until they are about ¾ of the way full. Carefully press the remaining peach slices into the molds and place the cover with the stick into the mold. Freeze the pops until fully set and enjoy!


Blueberries are in season, and I’m so excited! These delicious little berries are one of my favorites to enjoy in all sorts of ways: smoothies, brothicles, salads, baked goods, breakfast dishes, and even on top of coconut ice cream.

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I know you have heard about the healing benefits of bone broth. I have taken it to another level and turned it into a warm weather treat that your kids will love or the kid in you will love.

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golden goddess smoothie

Do you want to make a next level smoothie? A smoothie that will provide enough
protein, fiber, and antioxidants to get you through your morning?
You don’t want just any smoothie… You want one that tastes like the ones you buy at
Cocobeet or your favorite health food store. Often times, these smoothies are mostly
fruit, which will raise your blood sugar levels quickly – but that also comes with a
blood sugar crash.

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chocolate donut

Who knew something this delicious could be healthy? By using ingredients like almond flour
and natural sugars, as well as flax seed and protein powder, you can make a tasty sweet treat
without give your body the sugar-shock that other donuts bring with them. This recipe makes
enough to share! Read more