Watermelon Frosty

This Watermelon Frosty recipe by Kathy Patalsky is a yummy and refreshing way to cool off during these hot summer days! "Watermelon Nutrition: One cup watermelon contains just about 50 calories and loads of hydration from the high water content. It also contains fiber, lycopene and potassium. Watermelon is delicious on its own, but this frosty is really my favorite way to consume it." - Kathy Patalsky  

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Berry Dairy Free & Vegan Sherbet

This Berry Dairy Free & Vegan Sherbet by Recipe Runner is perfect for a warm day and Summer is just around the corner. It's definitely refreshing and a rather healthy choice in the dessert category. Sherbet and sorbet differ from each other in that sherbet has dairy in it and sorbet doesn’t. Not to mention raspberries and strawberries are rich in vitamins and antioxidants.

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Vegan Blueberry Coconut Popsicles (Gluten Free, Dairy Free)

Summer is almost here and it is definitely getting warmer outside. We have just the treat to help keep you cool and refreshed. This Vegan Blueberry Coconut Popsicles recipe by Beaming Baker is Gluten Free and Dairy Free and only takes 3 very simple ingredients; blueberries, coconut milk and maple syrup. Who would've thought that making popsicles would be so easy? 

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Fig Berry Chia Pudding

This Fig Berry Chia Pudding recipe by Real + Vibrant is loaded with healty ingredients and works great for breakfast or a snack. If you don't already know the benefits of fig and chia seeds, now is the time to learn! We've included a few chia seed benefits as well as 15 health benefits of figs by Organic Facts. This recipe is very quick and easy to make and will keep you feeling full and satisfied for longer periods of time. 

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Paleo Almond Butter Cup Donuts

These Paleo Almond Butter Cup Donuts by Rachel Mansfield are to die for! "The donut addiction is real people. Actually, more like the donut-making addiction is real. There is something so satisfying by making homemade baked donuts at home. I can’t describe it but it’s almost this weird satisfaction knowing we can make something that is usually fried and super indulgent, so clean, healthy and still taste delicious. These Paleo Almond Butter Cup Donuts do just that. They are made up of deliciously clean and good-for-you ingredients. They also take less than 20 minutes from start to finish to make. How easy is that? Also they are good for breakfast, snack, dessert, literally whatever you want them to be." - Rachel Mansfield

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