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Medjool Date, Caramelized Onion and Feta Pizza (gluten free)

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Gluten free cauliflower crust pizza

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With caramelized onions, feta, medjool dates and fresh basil.

Ingredients:

1/2 chopped yellow onion

6-7 chopped medjool dates

3/4 cup crumbled feta cheese

1 cup chopped fresh basil

This delightful cauliflower pizza crust

To make: 
Follow the pizza crust instructions. Once the crust is pre-baked, add the above toppings. Finish baking as directed in the crust recipe. And then enjoy this delicious combo of salty feta with sweet date bites on a firm, yet soft and crispy crust. YUM!

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Mushroom Pizza Pockets

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That moment when you come home after a long day and dinner is made for you...and it's healthy and delicious at that (don't get me wrong. I've embarrassingly had fries for dinner in my life). 

These Mushroom Pizza Pockets are the perfect hearty yet clean meal for a tough week.

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You will need: 

-Mushrooms (duh). Big ones! Portabella or shiitake work best. I used shiitake because they kickass.  

-Veggie toppings. I used chard and tomato then garnished with raw jalepeños and cilantro. 

-Cheese. Totally optional. I used a raw goat cheese.  

To make:  

Put mushrooms on big cookie sheet and talk like Cookie Monster while doing so. Top with desired veggies. Bake until everything looks cooked. Then remove from the stove and top with grated cheese if you're going for the dairy. Put them back in the oven for about 2 more minutes. Remember, a watched pot never boils. Remove from the oven (for good this time) and top with desired toppings. Eat, slurp, get seconds. Enjoy! 

Chocolate Balls (Vegan, gluten free, sugar free, AND raw!)

f you like to eat, you must try these. These are a favorite of myself and the majority of my clients. They are like chocolate truffles, only they're healthy. Really! It's amazing how yummy they are and how healthy at the same time. Even better, they're easy to make and can be made in excess to be stored in the freezer to satisfy any pesky sugar craving or to serve to guests.