Recipe Round-Up :: Tosca Reno’s Eat-Clean Vegetarian Cookbook

I recently shared my obsession love for natural nut butters. Full of good fats, protein and a natural sweetness, nut butters are a real treat in a clean-eating diet. Once labeled as food for only hippy health nuts, natural nut butters are starting to get the clean-eating recognition they deserve.

But don’t just take my word for it!  Tosca Reno, a New York Times Best-Selling Author and Eat-Clean Diet inspiration to millions of people around the world, included a fabulous chocolate + nut butter recipe in her newest book, The Eat-Clean Vegetarian Cookbook.

In preparation for my upcoming guest post on Tosca’s blog (only 18 more sleeps!), I’m hosting a Recipe Round-Up with three of her favorite recipes from the book, including her Peanut Butter Back-Pack Kisses. While all the other moms are sending processed peanut butter cups in their kids lunch, show ’em how it’s done with some clean peanut butter treats.

Photo Credit: Donna Griffith

{The Recipe Round-Up}

If you are one of those taste-bud-challenged types I mentioned earlier, you could always try Tosca’s 7 Citrus Salad or Tri-Color Pasta…no hard feelings.

Whichever recipe you choose to review, send me your link and you’ll be included in my Recipe Round-Up, posted to Fabulously Domestic on May 13, 2012 (the day before my guest post goes live on Tosca’s blog).

To be a part of this fun round-up:

    1. Make one or more of Tosca’s featured recipes: Peanut Butter Backpack Kisses, 7 Citrus Salad, Tri-Color Pasta (click on name for link to recipe).
    2. Review it on your blog, making sure to mention and If you use the recipe images found in the links above, make sure you give photo credit to Donna Griffith.
    3. Send me the link at nk.domestica {at} gmail {dot} com no later than May 11, 2012.

I challenge all you Clean Eating lovers out there (and those who have never even attempted to bake or cook “clean” before!) to give one of these recipes a try and share what you really think. I promise, there’s nothing better than enjoying the benefits of being a health-nut. Well…except for maybe spoonfuls of almond butter…but we’ve already covered that.

Domestically Yours,
Natasha Kay

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