This simple dessert hummus tastes sweet, rich and something like chocolate pudding but is easier to make and very economical.
Click here to jump to the recipe If you’re like me—in panic mode/denial about the date—and need a quick, thoughtful Christmas gift, you can throw together this cookie-mix-in-a-jar present in a few minutes and maybe also spur a conversation with your recipient about zero-waste and plastic-free living. Think of it as a quiet, delicious way […]
1. If you crave chocolate In your distress, resist the urge to reach for a Snickers or Hershey Bar. These are packaged in plastic, filled with nasty ingredients and you know you deserve better. Don’t settle. Go to a candy store or hit the bulk aisles where you can buy some quality zero-waste chocolate, or […]
Click here to go straight to the recipe This Saturday, I will provide tea and treats at my friend Todd’s piano recital during a short intermission between classical and jazz sets. Because I want to make this a zero-waste event, I’ll hand out each goodie on a homemade reusable napkin. That means everything I bake […]
Click here to jump to the recipe The first time my daughter brought home bulk cocoa, I was ecstatic (as I’ve written before, I probably need to get out more). She had been visiting a friend in Wisconsin and found it at a bulk store there. Since then, the Whole Foods down the street from […]