Cardamom Cacao Rose Ayurvedic Bliss Balls are our favorite sweet treat and afternoon snack perfect to share with those you love. Using the cooling sweet taste in the summer along with rose petals and cardamom this makes an easy to
Traditionally shared for Makar Sankranti, Tilgul are offered to neighbors as a sweet reminder to collectively share sweet words and kindness for the year to come. They make a delightful ojas building treat that children adore. Try substituting the peanuts
Millet Pancakes or quick Millet Bread is a go to for Winter meals as the flour is warming and slightly sweet. The addition of your favorite fresh herbs like fenugreek, cilantro or basil make a delicious easy meal for the
Talking about travel season Fenugreek Roti make the perfect on the go snack. Made with whole wheat flour (best consumed during the winter season), spices and fried in sesame oil. Thepala stay fresh for 5-10 days and are delicious on
Ayurvedic treat and favorite for the whole family. Nourishing dessert perfect for post cleanse tonification and seasonal support. Modern granola bars can be drying and aggravating for Vata dosha which make Ojas Bliss Balls an outstanding option for an afternoon
We call them chutney, but in the oldest texts of Ayurveda they are referred to as aaharyogi (meaning food friend). Not only do chutneys pair beautifully with meals to add bright flavor, they often are used as a digestive stimulant
Sweet and savory seasonal goodness is how we would describe our Pumpkin Barley We start the grains alongside our morning practices making the slow but easy process perfect for a cozy late morning meal especially in the Autumn and Winter months.
While we do sell this ready to use in our Etsy Shop, as you know motivating you to make your own supportive blends is so important to us! So we are sharing with you our favorite Kitchari Spice Mix recipe.
Ghee, ghrita, is the rendered fat part of butter in which the liquid and solid parts are removed and only the golden oil remains. Its use dates back throughout India, the Middle East and Northern Africa. Highly revered in Ayurveda,