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The Life-Changing Loaf of Bread

The Life-Changing Loaf of Bread

It took me a long time to settle on the title for this post. Why? Because it’s quite a statement to suggest that a humble loaf of bread will change your life. I am willing to be so bold.   When I began eating healthier, bread was definitely on my hit list. Not because bread is inherently “bad” (in my books nothing is that black and white), but that I knew when I was basing three meals a day around a loaf of crusty, white French loaf,…

The Life Changing Crackers

The Life Changing Crackers

The funny thing about writing a blog, is that I never know how popular my recipes will be. Often, I think I have a real zinger and no one really seems to appreciate it on the same level as I do. Then I post something rather simple and everyone goes nuts about it. Curious. You can imagine then, that when I posted The Life Changing Loaf of Bread, how incredibly shocked I was at the response. Although I was pretty confident that I had a winning…

The Life-Changing Loaf of Bread Subscription box

The Life-Changing Loaf of Bread Subscription box

  The My New Roots subscription box for the LifeChanging Loaf of Bread is HERE! This is the most popular recipe from the blog ever, and I wanted it to be even easier to make, so we’ve premixed the organic ingredients, to have it sent straight to your door! All you have to do is add water, a little coconut oil, and bake. No measuring, not even a bowl to wash – how easy is that Each month you’ll receive two bread mixes. Follow the simple…

Recipes

Here you can find a complete list of My New Roots recipes in the main categories; Breakfast, Lunch, Main Dish, Salad and Raw Food. You can also select recipes from one of the four seasons. Breakfast Lunch Main Dish Salad Spring Summer Fall Winter Raw Food   Breakfast: A New Year, A New Breakfast A Winter Weekend Cleanse Autumn in a Jar: Fig Jam with Lavender, Thyme, and Walnuts Baby Step Buns Baby Step Buns – the Sequel Bali Bliss…

Grilled Pumpkin Bread with Honeycomb

Grilled Pumpkin Bread with Honeycomb

There are so many unexpected things I’ve gotten from blogging. Big and small things. A cookbook. A reason to use designer muffin cups. A community. A career. New friends. Offers to try a new line of microalgae. But my favourite things however, are those that involve super passionate people wanting to share their awesome, healthy, and often geeky fervor with me. I’m all in! Recently, I received an email from Oliver Maxwell, the founder of Bybi…

Grain-free Holiday Tahini Cookies, 2-ways + A Gift Guide

Grain-free Holiday Tahini Cookies, 2-ways + A Gift Guide

You know the feeling: it’s twenty minutes after dinner. You’re full and seemingly suffonsified, when it hits you. I NEED A TREAT. Raisins will not help. Granola won’t cut it. Coconut chips? Pfff. That teeny square of dark chocolate you were keeping as a fallback has mysteriously gone missing (blame the kid!) and you’re desperate for an indulgence without anything in sight…sound the alarm! That’s what happened to me recently, which lead…

Brew your own Kombucha!

Brew your own Kombucha!

This post has literally been years in the making. After countless requests for a kombucha brewing method and recipe, I finally feel confident enough to write about such a HUGE topic. Considering the fact that there are entire books about this one subject, I’ll start off by saying that I do not consider myself a kombucha-brewing expert. Although I’ve brewed hundreds of liters of the stuff by now, I am still learning and just happy to share my…

Farewell to Copenhagen Carrot Cake

Farewell to Copenhagen Carrot Cake

Boil the kettle and make a cup of tea folks, this is going to be a big one! First of all, I have to begin this post by saying THANK YOU. My New Roots is officially 10 years old and I couldn’t have done it without your support, enthusiasm, and full-on LOVE for this little blog. And especially after the last couple of posts when I really opened up about my recent struggles, I felt so supported, and saw that so many of you did as well. It…