Image Not Found!
A Health Coach is a supportive mentor and wellness authority who works with clients to help them feel their best through food and lifestyle changes. Instead of prescribing one diet or way of exercising, Health Coaches tailor individualized wellness programs to meet their clients' needs.

Relationships, exercise, career, and spirituality are just as important to your health as the food you eat. Health Coaches understand this and take a holistic approach to supporting the whole person. Find out how health coaching stacks up against other health and wellness jobs.
Image Not Found!
Find Us
IIN Blog
IIN Blog
(2) "Sweating" (1) About Me (2) ActivewearUSA. (1) allergy-free (1) Alzheimers (1) Ani Phyo (3) Ani Phyo's Marinated Mushrooms (1) apple cider vinegar (1) Aprons Cooking School (1) avacado's (1) avacados (1) Avocado (1) Avocado Soup (1) Baking (1) Beautiful on Raw (1) beauty (1) beets (1) benefirts of beets (1) benefits of honey (1) Benefits of Raw Honey (1) Blender Girl (1) Bonzai Aphrodite (1) Breadman Bread Machine (1) Candied Maple Pecans (1) capers (1) chocolate (1) Chocolate Banana Smoothie (1) Chocolate Cancy Cups (1) Chocolate Coconut Brownie With Creamy Chocolate Fr (1) Cindy's Table (1) Cleanses (1) coconut aminos (1) Coconut Oil (1) Cuisinart (2) Cuisinart Food Processor (2) dairy-free (1) Dehydrator (1) dessert (1) Diana Stobo (4) dinner (1) Dr. Fuhrman (1) Dr. Fuhrman's Eat To Live Plan (1) Dr. Robert O. Young (1) Dried Fruits (1) easy raw brownies (1) Eating Raw (1) Elana's Pantry (1) Elimination (1) Eva Rawposa (1) Eva Rawposa Uncooking 1010 noteed onions (1) Eva Rawposa's Cooking 101 "noteed" onions (1) Excalibur (2) Excalibur Dehydrator (1) Excalibur Dehydrators (2) Food and Yoga for Life (2) Foods For Long Life Blog (1) frozen fruit (1) Grapefruit/Orange Green Juice (1) guacamole (1) healthy guacamole (1) healthy living (1) Healthy Raw Brownies (1) healthy recipes (1) healthy salad toppers (2) homemade guacamole (2) homemade healthy recipes (1) honey (1) Honeyville Almond Flour (1) how to use honey (1) Jennifer Cornbleet (2) Karen Knowler (1) Kosher for Passover dessert (1) Learning How To Meditate (1) Leslie Sansone (1) Losing That Muffin Top (1) medicinal honey (1) michele gootenberg integrative nutrition health co (1) Nesco (2) Nesco Dehydrator (1) Nesco Dehydrators (1) noteed (sauteed) onions (1) onions (1) Ooie gooey raw brownies (1) Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs (1) pros and cons of honey (1) Raw (1) Raw Asian Cole Slaw Recipes (1) raw honey (1) raw living (1) raw marinated mushrooms (2) Raw pickled beets (1) raw recipes (1) raw sauteed onions (1) Rawatarian raw onion bread (1) Recipe (1) rejuvenation and wellness raw onion bread (1) rejuvenation and wellness raw pickled beets (1) Rejuvenation And Wellness What is Honey? (1) (1) the best raw chocolate frosting ever! (1) uses of honey (1) Vegan (1) Vegetarian (1) Vitamix (2) Vitamix Blender (1) Vitamix Blenders (1)
1:49 pm

No-Bake Cookies Recipe | Kitchen Daily

White House Recipes

no-bake-cookies_456X342 I'm not sure why I clicked on this story the other day, but something definitely caught my eye.  It was written by  Chef  John R. Hanny who had worked at the White House and  wrote a book about his culinary experiences there.   Something must have told me that there would be a recipe for a "no-bake" cookie in there somewhere! Click on this link to get this "no bake" Apricot Coconut Cookie  (photo above)  recipe that Chef Hanny used to make for President Nixon. I, however, needed to change up this recipe a little and make it a little more allergy-free friendly for my family and myself.  On the left hand side is the original recipe by Chef Hanny.  In parenthesis are the changes I made to fit our dietary needs.  You can make it any way you want or try both or even try your own special substitutions.

White House Cookie



8 whole-wheat graham cracker squares, finely ground  (1/2 Cup Almond Meal/Flour [I use Honeyville Grains]) 1/4 cup raisins 1/4 cup smooth natural peanut butter  (1/4 Cup All Natural Almond or Cashew Butter) 2 tablespoon plus 2 teaspoon honey  (2 tablespoons plus 2 teaspoon RAW Honey) 4 teaspoon unsweetened coconut


Combine ground whole-wheat graham crackers, raisins, peanut butter and honey in a small bowl. Pat into 8 cookies and press lightly in coconut.


To me -- if you want something satisfying and quick (you can probably even add a little RAW cocoa powder in this if you crave something chocolaty),  this recipe would be the way to go. As a note -- if my version comes out too loose -- you can add more almond meal/flour or less almond butter, just as if it's too dry -- add more almond butter.   Not sweet enough?  Add more honey.   Play around with the recipe.  It's all raw so you can taste as you go and alter to your needs. Whether you make Chef Hanny's, mine or make it your own by adding/subtracting what you like, the main thing is that you have fun doing it and that you . . .


Michele ♣