Warming Spice Cake

I love all the different ways I can add herbs into sweet foods. This recipe is no different. What better way to warm you up after a meal than a spice cake using delicious carminative herbs and circulatory stimulating herbs.. These herbs will not only keep you warm in the winter months but also help…

Pumpkin Mousse

Who doesn’t want a delicious pumpkin and herb filled desert? I sure want one. This is a delicious way to make a pumpkin desert for the holidays. This recipe is gluten free already so no need to make any adjustments. Ingredients 3 Eggs 1 cup milk 3/4 cup honey 1/2 cup milk 0.25 ounce unflavored…

Cherry Cranberry Sauce

Every year I like to experiment with cranberries and find new delicious ways to add herbs and spices to them. This year I was inspired by a friend who had added sour cherries to their cranberry sauce. I stepped it up a bit more. Let me know if you enjoy it? Ingredients 16oz cranberries 8oz…

Anti-Microbial Herbs

You have probably heard the word antimicrobial before but what does it mean. The word antimicrobial is an over arching term meaning that something is antibacterial, antiviral, and antifungal, the three different classes of microrganisms. Most herbs that have these actions have a stronger impact on supporting the immune system but some do have toxic…

Holiday Homemade Gifts: Spice Mix

Did you get a chance to try The Dancing Herbalist’s spice blend last year? No! Well now is your chance to make it yourself to give as a holiday gift this year. Going to the bulk section of Whole Foods will give you a huge selection of bulk powdered herbs you can use to make…

Holiday Homemade Gifts: Potpourri Sachet

A few years back I started making holiday gifts for my entire family. I am going to continue this again and I wanted to share with you some of my favorite herbal inspired gifts. After finding these lovely hand dyed felts I decided to make potpourriĀ sachetsĀ for many relatives. Stuffed inside each of my hand embroidered…

Pumpkin Spice Breakfast Shake

We interrupt your free exerts of our book: A Beginner’s Guide to Wellness to offer some fall food treats. So, while this is not straight up an herbal remedy, it is super delicious, nutritious, and should definitely be an addition to your fall breakfast rotation. I have been making this for a few years now…