• Chocolate Bark

    Chocolate Bark

    This chocolate bark recipe with semisweet chocolate, pistachios, dried cherries and toasted coconut chips is the perfect indulgent treat for the Holiday Season.

  • Essentials: Protein

    Essentials: Protein

    Protein is vital to a balanced diet. Types of protein are divided into complete and incomplete, which are derived from different sources of protein.

  • Intermediate Hip Workout

    Intermediate Hip Workout

    Personal trainer Rob Sulaver works your hips in this timed circuit workout. These moves are inspired by Spiderman, so be light on your feet!

  • Rhubarb Cherry Crumble

    Rhubarb Cherry Crumble

    Easy-to-follow guide for making rhubarb cherry crumble using only rhubarb, butter, coconut sugar, whole-wheat flour, cherries, oats, and cinnamon.

  • Gluten Free Cinnamon Rolls

    Cinnamon rolls seem a little difficult to make from scratch at first, but you'd be surprised to see how simple it actually is to make them completely homemade. In this recipe video, Frances Largeman-Roth shows you how to make some delicious gluten free cinnamon rolls. This recipe for cinnamon rolls includes granulated sugar, raw sugar, yeast, gluten free flour, milk, egg yolks, a mix of sorghum and sweet rice flour cornstarch, a combination of sorghum flour and sweet rice flour, olive oil, and xanthan gum. First, add in a package of yeast into a bowl as well as sugar, because you need something to feed the yeast, and one and a half cups of milk warmed to 110 degrees. Whisk this mixture together and set it aside for 10-15 minutes. Once you've let your milk and yeast mixture sit for about 10-15 minutes, you're ready to start adding more ingredients to it. Add in two egg yolks at room temperature, a half cup of granulated sugar, a quarter teaspoon of xanthan gum, and one cup of all purpose gluten free flour. Mix these ingredients together and make sure you get all of the flour incorporated into the liquid ingredients. Then, cover your bowl with plastic wrap and let it sit and rise for about an hour.  Once an hour has passed, add in some more flour (a half cup) as well as a mixture of corn starch, sweet rice flour, and sorghum flour, and add in another quarter teaspoon of xanthan gum. Then add in your second mixture of 1/3 cup of sorghum flour and 1/3 cup of sweet rice flour. Now you're ready to move on to making the filling while you set this mixture aside. For the cinnamon roll filling you will need honey, unsalted butter, light brown sugar, ground cinnamon, and molasses. Add into a bowl a stick of unsalted butter at room temperature, one cup of packed light brown sugar, two tablespoons of molasses, two tablespoons of honey, and some ground cinnamon.  Now you're going to move on back to your dough. Get a bowl and pour into it two tablespoons of olive oil. Now put all of your dough into a ball shape and place it into the bowl. Turn the dough over so all of it gets coated in the olive oil. Then cover this bowl with some plastic wrap and let it sit for another hour. Once an hour has passed, oil the surface of your counter a little and remove the dough from the bowl. Cut the dough in half since it can be a little tough to handle all of the dough at once. Roll the dough out to a 12 inch rectangle. Add in the filling, leaving a 1-inch border. Now you can roll up your dough! You're going to leave this to sit in the refrigerator for 30 minutes so it can firm up a little.  When the 30 minutes have passed, butter an 8-inch round baking dish. Coat the bottom of the baking pan with some turbinado sugar. Begin to slice your cinnamon rolls and place them into the pan. Brush your rolls with a little bit of butter and sprinkle some more turbinado sugar on top. Bake these in a 350 degree oven for 45 minutes.  While your cinnamon rolls are baking, you can now begin to make your icing!  Add into a bowl, 1/3 cup of confectioner's sugar, an 8 ounce block of cream cheese cubed and at room temperature, a quarter teaspoon of sea salt, and a teaspoon of vanilla. Mix these ingredients and depending on how thin you would like the icing to be, you can add in a little bit of water while it mixes.  Once your cinnamon rolls have fully baked, you can finally add in the icing and try these delicious ooey gooey pastries! While the process of making cinnamon rolls from scratch may have been a little long, the wait is totally worth it. We hope you enjoy our gluten free homemade cinnamon rolls as much as we do! At HealthiNation, our mission is to help and inspire

  • Sweet but Healthy Tiramisu

    Tiramisu is a classic Italian dessert. In this episode of Gluten Free Tasty, Frances shows you this simple tiramisu recipe using gluten free ladyfingers.  To begin, place the ricotta cheese, grated lemon zest and hazelnut liqueur, pure vanilla extract and two tablespoons of sugar in a large bowl. Mix the ingredients together slightly.  Then, head over to your mixer and add two egg yolks and one tablespoon of sugar, then mix until it is a light yellow. Stop the mixer and add the lightly blended ricotta mixture to the standing mixer. Let this mix together, and add in the half cup of heavy cream. Let the mixture blend for about two minutes until it is nicely whipped! Now we get to the fun part - assembling the tiramisu! Into a pan, dump one and one quarter cups of fresh brewed espresso that has been cooled and two tablespoons of hazelnut liqueur. Then, take your gluten free lady fingers and dip each one into the espresso and hazelnut liquor mixture and hold it for about 20 seconds.  Then, start layering the soaked ladyfingers into an 8x10 baking pan. Once you have one full layer of ladyfingers, you are going to take half of the blended ricotta mixture and spoon it over the top of the ladyfingers. then spread it out evenly with a spatula.  Then, go back to the lady fingers and add a second layer of soaked ladyfingers over the ricotta mixture. Finally, take the second half of the ricotta mixture and spread it over the second layer of ladyfingers. Sprinkle the top with a nice coco mixture. Cover the pan and place into the refrigerator for six hours.  And there you have it! Once cooled your tiramisu is ready to taste! Try this light delicious dessert for your next dinner party. At HealthiNation, our mission is to help and inspire people to live healthy and active lifestyles – one person, one video, one community at a time. Be sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter to stay up-to-date on all HealthiNation videos.  

  • Incredible 4 Layer Red Velvet Cake

    Today on Gluten Free Tasty, Frances Largeman-Roth shows you how to make the perfect cake for any occasion. You'll be making a decadent 4-layer Red Velvet Cake with delicious cream cheese frosting. First you're going to start with the wet ingredients. Into a stand mixer, add vegetable oil, light buttermilk, eggs, red food coloring and pure vanilla extract and apple cider vinegar for flavor. Mix together these wet ingredients. Now you can prepare your dry ingredients in a bowl. Mix together white rice flour, tapioca flour, granulated sugar, light brown sugar, cocoa powder, xanthan gum, salt and baking powder. Slowly add the dry ingredients in small batches to the wet ingredients and mix.  Once the red velvet cake batter is mixed together and has a silky texture and beautiful red color, transfer the batter into two round pans sprayed and lined with parchment paper to prevent sticking. Place the pans in the oven and bake your red velvet cake for an hour.  In the meantime, you can make the tasty cream cheese frosting. To a stand mixer, add cream cheese and butter at room temperature. Next add confectioners sugar, pure vanilla extract and sour cream for the sweet and tangy flavor of cream cheese frosting. Mix the cream cheese frosting ingredients together. In a little while, make sure to check on your red velvet cake in the oven!  Remove your red velvet cake from the oven and let cool, then cut each red velvet cake in half. Frances shows you a trick using strips of parchment that will help keep your serving trays clean while frosting. Using an offset spatula, frost your first layer, then place one of the red velvet cake halves on top. Frost and continue for all 4 layers, then frost the entire cake.  Now you've got a gorgeous and delicious gluten free red velvet cake that everyone will love! At HealthiNation, our mission is to help and inspire people to live healthy and active lifestyles – one person, one video, one community at a time. Be sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter to stay up-to-date on all HealthiNation videos.  

  • Cocoa Brownies

    Everyone needs a go-to recipe for delicious brownies. In this episode of Gluten Free Tasty, Frances Largeman-Roth shows you how to make the perfect batch of gluten free brownies. Since these gluten free brownies do not contain regular flour, they are also a great low-carb option in place of traditional brownies. To begin, preheat your oven to 350 degrees, spray an 8x8 inch baking pan with cooking spray and line it with parchment paper. In a stand mixer, cream together unsalted butter at room temperature with a cup of sugar. While this is mixing, you can prepare your dry ingredients. Frances recommends sifting these ingredients to avoid lumps in the batter. Sift together dutch processed cocoa powder, coconut flour, brown rice flour, baking powder and salt.  Next you're going to turn the mixer back on and add in your eggs at room temperature followed by some pure vanilla extract. Now you can begin incorporating the dry ingredients a little at a time, alternating with adding sour cream. Sour cream will add richness to the gluten free brownies. When the wet and dry ingredients are all mixed together to form a fluffy dough, you're ready to spread the batter into the pan and smooth it out with an offset spatula.  You can bake your gluten free brownies just like this or sprinkle on some pecans first for a delightful crunch. Place the brownies in the oven for 15 minutes, then rotate the pan and bake for an additional 18 minutes. Let the brownies cool for at least 30 minutes. Then cut as desired and get ready to taste the chocolaty goodness!  At HealthiNation, our mission is to help and inspire people to live healthy and active lifestyles – one person, one video, one community at a time. Be sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter to stay up-to-date on all HealthiNation videos.