2. In a small saucepan on medium-low, melt 3 tbsp oil. Whisk in 2 tbsp almond butter and remove from heat. Whisk in cacao powder until smooth, then mix in 2 tbsp maple syrup, vanilla and fine sea salt. Spoon into muffin tins and freeze for 10 minutes. 3. In another small saucepan on medium-low, melt remaining 2 tbsp oil. Whisk in remaining 6 tbsp almond butter, remaining 1 tbsp maple syrup and cinnamon until smooth. Spoon on top of chocolate layer, then sprinkle with cacao nibs and flaked salt.
Although Clean Food Dirty City founder Lily Kunin is known for her healthy, plant-based recipes, she turns out to be a pretty mean mixologist, too. Of course, the Well+Good Council member can’t help but give her drinks a wellness-inspired spin. In this case, she uses apple cider vinegar to create a slightly spicy shrub, then marries it with kombucha for an effervescent kick. Add whiskey if you like, or enjoy it without alcohol. Either way, it’s a fizzy winner.
With fall in full swing, there’s no better time to embrace the best produce of the season. For Clean Food Dirty City founder Lily Kunin, that means using her gourd—kabosha squash, to be exact. Also known as Japanese pumpkin, kabocha is rich in beta carotene, iron, and vitamin C; it’s also the perfect autumnal accent in a savory salad. Here, the Well+Good Council member shares one of her favorite recipes (yes, it’s vegan!). Best shared with someone you love on a crisp night in.
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