Creamy homemade almond milk, with its nutty scent and gentle sweetness, is a milder non-dairy milk than its cashew cousin. It’s the perfect base (that packs a nutrient punch) for a smoothie, and equally appealing when splashed in tea or coffee.
Thick and creamy homemade cashew milk adds elegance to any drink or dish: whether it’s frothed flawlessly for a warming latte, incorporated into delicious desserts for enhanced richness, or simply sipped, iced and spiced.
Morsels of baked spiced apple slices and toasted pecans, swimming in maple-coconut syrup mixed with cinnamon, nutmeg and cardamom, offer the best part of a pie or crisp without the crust.
This black sesame cacao smoothie is satisfying with every silky slurp, featuring Three Trees black sesame nut and seed milk, raw cacao powder and a dash of savory cinnamon for aromatic enhancement.
Fried sweet dandelion flowers, featuring spices of cinnamon, cardamom and nutmeg, are delectable, fried floral morsels, known for their nutrient density. Often overlooked as an unwelcome weed, these beloved blossoms that defined our childhood are known for nutrient density and anti-inflammatory properties.
This homemade apple grapefruit cider, is fragrant with infused grapefruit, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves, offers sweet sipping and the glow of a healing elixir on cold fall evenings.
Frosted carrot spice muffins add charm to any celebratory morning, beginning with a dollop of creamy cashew frosting and moving down to unsweetened shredded coconut and carrots, Medjool dates, and pecans that blend together in a delicate base enhanced with warming spices and speckled with plump golden raisins.