1 cup pecans
1 cup pitted dates
1/3 cup shredded coconut

Place above ingredients in a food processor until well blended.  Press into a cheese pan.


1 can regular coconut milk ( I use Thai brand)
1 cup soaked and drained cashews
2 pitted dates
1/2 teaspoon vanilla flavored liquid stevia
3 tablespoon lemon juice
A pinch of Himalaya pink salt

Place in a blended until smooth. 
Pour filling into the cheese cake pan.


1 cup frozen strawberries
9 drops liquid stevia

Place in blender -- pulse several times. Pour this over your cake in a swirling motion. 

Cover and place pan into the freezer until frozen -- approximately 4 hours. Take out of the freezer 1 hour prior to serving.

Serves 8

Try Some New Recipe Creations from the Stoll Family Kitchen! 

Our goal at Fully Alive is to educate, motivate and inspire you to become a steward of your body for God's glory, and enable you to seamlessly transition to a healthy lifestyle. One way we can help you do this is by providing you with some delicious and healthy recipes to help you get started. For more recipes, see Kristen Stoll's cookbook, Kristen's Healthy Kitchen Recipes.

Christmas Recipes from the Stoll Family Kitchen

Chocolate Dipped Pears

A striking addition to any holiday table and they are so easy to make!

Holiday Eggnog

This warm winter drink might not have sugar or dairy, but it does have plenty of rich, creamy taste!

Sandra's Yummy Granola

Nothing could be easier than this granola recipe - leave it in the oven overnight and enjoy the warm scent and great taste of crunchy granola in the morning!!

Thanksgiving Dinner

Here's something to be truly thankful for - an easy, delicious and healthy Thanksgiving dinner that won't break the budget and will leave you with plenty of time to spend with your loved ones!

Two Buttercream Frostings and Cakes

Kristen's Carrot Cake is recreated into a pumpkin roll, and an all new Chocolate Whoopie Pie! You will not believe what is - and what is not - in these incredible desserts. Plus, you can make and freeze these ahead of time for the holidays! Remember to eat your greens and use this as an OCCASIONAL treat!

13-Week Summer of Health Series!

Join us here for a 13 weeks worth of ideas, recipes and inspiration!
Mach1 Mondays: Mondays can be stressful as the week's activities ramp up We provide you with quick and easy main dishes and salads that the whole family can enjoy, straight from the Stoll Family kitchen!
Tasty Tuesdays: Snacks and appetizers to keep you going!
Word for Wednesdays: Check out our Facebook page for inspiration to help you on your journey!
Thirst-quenching Thursdays: Smoothies, teas, and other drinks to help keep you cool all summer long!
Family Fun Fridays: Kid-friendly treats and activities for kids and kids-at-heart!

Baked Apples

A simple and yummy dessert posted here by special request of Total Health Immersion attendees. Enjoy!

Yummy Green Salad

Collard’s are number one on Dr. Joel Furhman’s list of nutrient-rich foods. This salad is a great way to add them into your diet.

White Chili

This is a great choice when a group has gathered on a cold evening.

No-Pasta Lasagna

Back by popular request of the Total Health Immersions attendees!

Overnight Parfait

A fun breakfast treat for the whole family!

Summer Quinoa and Mango Salad

This salad is a great topper for a pile of greens and even better the next day for a packed lunch!

African Peanut Soup

A favorite of Dr. Stolls!

Easter ideas for a Healthy Celebration

Children love desserts! So do many adults! At the Stoll home we are always trying to find some great healthier alternatives to the sweets that occasionally tempt us. One of those treats is CHOCOLATE but not the sugar and dairy filled chocolate!

Rainbow Chard with Mushrooms

Vegetables that contain higher sulfur compounds – cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, asparagus, as well as onions and garlic – help to regenerate glutathione, which is a primary antioxidant system in your body! This simple recipe from the Stoll family kitchen is high in glutathione!

Casual Party Menu

Gathering a group of friends and family together for a casual get-together, like a game night or to watch a football game on TV, can be a lot of fun but typically includes some unhealthy food choices, such as pizza, hot wings, and bowls of assorted chips, along with soda to wash it all down. Here are some healthy and easy ideas and recipes to share with your friends so that you can all hang-out without experiencing the “food hangover” the following day.

Eat Your Greens!

Fighting a cold or the flu? EAT MORE GREENS, NOT CHICKEN (soup, that is)!

Pumpkin Chai Smoothie

A nutrient-rich drink, reminiscent of pumpkin pie! It's all about the spices!!

Note: Omit a few ingredients and this is a warm autumn drink or a creamer!

Asian Broccoli

How can you add more plant-based protein to your diet? By simply eating more plants! Use higher protein vegetables like spinach, kale, lentils, broccoli, beans and peas in each meal or recipe.

Cranberry Orange Muffins

These sweet-tart muffins are a great addition to any holiday or potluck table!


 Do you have some delicious, plant-strong recipes to share with us? We'd love to hear from you! 
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