If you’ve been following my page, you know that I’ve been posting healthier Halloween treats for awhile now. I love Halloween! It is one of my favorite holidays. Given the climate of COVID this year, many of us may be celebrating Halloween in our own homes and maybe making our own Halloween treats. In this post I share some better ingredients that can be used to make Halloween candy. I will also share some healthier Halloween candy recipes that taste delicious, but are also super easy to make!Continue reading “Healthier Halloween Treats”
Have you been apple picking recently? This past weekend, I went apple picking with some friends in upstate New York. I love apple season, so immediately started making some apple treats once I returned home to Brooklyn. I have personally been having my Apple Crumble (gluten free and dairy free) on repeat lately. It’s such a yummy treat, but full of fruits, veggies, and whole grains. This week for breakfast I have been making Apple Cinnamon oats! This breakfast recipe is both gluten free and vegan.Continue reading “Apple Cinnamon Oats”
If you like my No Bake Lemon Coconut Pies, you’re going to LOVE these No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecakes! They are such an easy and delicious Fall festive dessert. The best part is that they are super easy to make. This recipe requires no baking. All you need is a food processor and a freezer to make these delicious Fall treats!Continue reading “No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecakes”
Who’s ready for Halloween? If you’re like me and already looking for some healthier Halloween treat ideas, look no further! This recipe is a healthier twist on your favorite reeses candy. These Low Sugar Reeses are made with only two ingredients- Lily’s Dark Chocolate Chips and natural peanut butter. Lily’s Dark Chocolate chips are vegan and sweetened the no-sugar sweetener, stevia. Be sure to chose a peanut butter without added sugar to keep these candies low in sugar.
This recipe is so easy to make- all you need to do is melt ingredients, add to baking cups, and let it sit in the freezer to set! This recipe is gluten free, vegan, and low in sugar.Continue reading “Low Sugar Reeses”
Can you believe that it’s already September? That means that October and Halloween aren’t too far away! If you’re already thinking about Halloween treats, you are in luck. These Chocolate Pistachio Bars are low in sugar and make the perfect healthier Halloween candy! These chocolate bars use Lily’s Dark Chocolate chips which are sweetened with no sugar sweeteners. These chocolate bars are gluten free, dairy free, and only require 3 ingredients to make! Why wait until Halloween to give these a try? This incredibly easy chocolate recipe is the perfect way to satisfy a sweet tooth or craving.Continue reading “Chocolate Pistachio Bars”
My air fryer is one of my favorite kitchen gadgets. I love my air fryer because you can do so much with it. It enables you to air fry foods which requires much less oil than traditional frying. Additionally, my Ninja air fryer has a roast, reheat, and dehydrate option. I love roasting veggies in my air fryer because it takes much less time than roasting in a pan or in the oven and requires no stirring! I probably use my air fryer at least once per day. I recently used my air fryer to make these Cauliflower Nuggets. This recipe is a vegetarian spin on chicken nuggets. If you’re looking for a healthier chicken nugget recipe, also check out my Air-Fried Chicken Nuggets recipe.
These cauliflower nuggets taste delicious and are so easy to make. This recipe only requires three ingredients and is gluten free, dairy free, paleo, and whole30.Continue reading “Cauliflower Nuggets”
Looking for a healthier football Sunday snack? I’ve got you covered! These grain-free nachos contain extra veggies- bell peppers! You can top these bell pepper slices with whatever nacho toppings you desire. I share below the toppings that I used to make my bell pepper nachos. This low carb snack is gluten free and packed with veggies. This recipe makes about 2 servings of nachos.Continue reading “Bell Pepper Nachos”
Let’s address the elephant in the room: alcohol is not healthy for you. However, alcohol is a big part of many people’s social lives as well as associated with celebratory events. As a 20-something, alcohol is a part of my regular social life. With the warmer summer weather, there are more opportunities to drink socially outside (while practicing social distancing). While no alcohol is exactly healthy, in this post I’ll share some better alcohol choices.
Before we get into better alcohol choices, I will discuss some “healthy claims” pertaining to alcohol.Continue reading “Better Alcohol Choices”
I have been on a serious praline kick lately. I love Trader Joes pralines, but I don’t love the ingredients. Most praline recipes are loaded with sugar, so I wanted to make a lower sugar version of this delicious treat. These low sugar pralines are sweetened with monkfruit sweetener. Monkfruit sweetener is a zero calorie, zero sugar natural alternative to sugar. For this recipe, I used Lakanto Monkfruit Baking Sweetener.
This dessert is gluten free and low in sugar. If you’re looking for more low sugar dessert recipes, also checkout my Low Sugar Reeses recipe.Continue reading “Low Sugar Pralines”
An easy, healthy breakfast that can be made in less than 5 minutes? Look no further! This low sugar smoothie is balanced with adequate protein, fat, veggies, and fiber so it not only tastes delicious, but it also very satiating. I love this breakfast because it keeps me feeling satiated for hours so I don’t feel the need to snack in between meals.Continue reading “Blueberry Vanilla Smoothie”