Denver - Design District - Alameda and Broadway
368 S Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
This delicious vegan tart is a healthier version of icebox pie, with an almond flour crust and a rich and creamy dairy-free, chocolate-chia pudding filling. It’s the perfect treat for a special occasion like Father’s Day, or whenever you’re feeling like something decadent to satisfy your sweet tooth. This no-guilt dessert is easy to make and will be a crowd pleaser!
Topping options: coconut milk whipped cream, fresh organic berries, Natural Grocers Brand Bulk Slivered or Sliced Almonds, organic powdered sugar or Miso Caramel Sauce (find the recipe at www.naturalgrocers.com/recipe/organic-miso-caramel-sauce)
Want to celebrate the rainbow? Try this colorful salad bowl: It’s gorgeous to behold and bursting with good4u summer veggies! Serve it as a side salad or make it a meal by adding grilled or baked chicken or fish, baked tofu, or hard-boiled eggs.
1. Combine all the dressing ingredients in a jar with a tight-fitting lid and shake well to combine. Taste, and add more salt, pepper, or maple syrup as desired.
2. Lay a bed of lettuce down on a large serving platter or in individual salad bowls. To create a rainbow, start at one edge and top the greens with rows of the vegetables in the following order: tomatoes, orange peppers, yellow summer squash, blueberries, red cabbage, purple carrot. Leave a space between the yellow summer squash and the blueberries to allow the greens to peek through. Top with the toasted pumpkin seeds and serve with a drizzle of dressing. Alternately toss all the vegetables with the dressing in a large bowl and top with the pumpkin seeds just before serving