Welcome to Roots and Rosemary! I’m Rachel Alexandra and I’m so glad you found my blog. This is where I share clean eating tips, allergy insights, and vegetarian recipes plus some favorite desserts (everything in moderation, right? 😉). I hope you find my blog helpful and enjoy trying some new, healthy-ish foods!
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What We Do
I create a variety of healthy vegetarian and vegan recipes, plus a few indulgent desserts as well!
I share my life experiences with food allergies and strive to spread awareness for the condition. The more we’re educated the safer we can be!
I love working with companies and bloggers who share my clean eating philosophy. Contact me if you have ideas about working together!
Growing up in the Wisconsin countryside, I developed a
passion to know where my food comes from. I also made a
habit of reading every single food label due to my life
threatening food allergies. Being informed about the
ingredients in processed foods, combined with the knowledge
of growing and making my own, I embarked on my clean eating
journey. In 2016, I launched my blog Roots and
Rosemary where I share unique recipes, clean eating tips,
and food allergy insights. (I’m also a strong believer in
desserts in moderation as long as they’re made from scratch
with the highest quality ingredients!)
- Tangy Vegan Potato SaladPotato salad is such a classic summer food. It’s the perfect side dish for cookouts and can incorporate so many fresh herbs you can grow yourself. All around, it’s really just a delicious way to eat potatoes. But if you’re a vegan or can’t have
- Unforgettable Chocolate Chunk CookiesHappy 4th of July! It’s hard to believe, but a year ago today was my bridal shower. A year before that, Daniel and I started to have serious conversations about getting married. And now, before we know it, we’ll have been married an entire year!
- Spiced Date Scones with Browned Butter GlazeLately, I’ve been using Medjool dates in a lot of my baking. I love how they are naturally sweet and have plenty of fiber to help keep the glycemic index lower than pure sugar. Sugar is still sugar, but dates are also fresh fruit, so