It may be a little early, but I’m so excited to repost my Carrot Cake Muffins recipe! These Carrot Cake Muffins are my favorite spring treat. Like all of my dessert recipes, they are also super easy to make! All you need to do is blend the ingredients (I used my Vitamix blender), place into muffin tins, and bake for 15 minutes. Allow them to cool, and top with the coconut cream topping, which only requires you to blend 2 ingredients to make.Continue reading “Carrot Cake Muffins”
These Corn Bread Muffins are the perfect comfort food for the winter season. They would pair great with a warm bowl of soup or chili and are also delicious all by themselves! Unlike most Corn Bread recipes, this healthier version is made with clean ingredients and is very easy to make. This recipe is gluten-free, dairy-free, and paleo.Continue reading “Corn Bread Muffins”
If you haven’t noticed, I’m a huge fan of dates. They taste so sweet and delicious all by themselves. I like to use dates as sweeteners in recipes instead of any form of added sugar. Unlike straight sweetener such as cane sugar, coconut sugar, maple syrup or even honey, dates are sweet but contain fiber. Fiber is the indigestible are of food that are associated with several potential health benefits. Fiber also helps keep you feeling full and satisfied.
These stuffed dates are my favorite little dessert pieces. They take about 10 seconds to make and offer the perfect amount of sweetness after a meal. After dinner, I always crave something sweet, but I don’t typically have a lot of sweets around. These desserts are perfect to satisfy this sweet craving because they can be assembled quickly and provide just the right amount of sweetness.
✨Healthy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies✨ Fun Fact: when I was younger oatmeal raisin were my favorite cookies, but none of the other kids ever liked them because they were “healthy” cookies. The other day, out of curiosity, I looked up oatmeal raisin recipes and realized there is nothing healthy about them! So I decided to make my own. Warning: these are addicting!
Unlike most oatmeal raisin cookie recipes that are made with white flour and refined sugar, this recipe is made with real food ingredients, gluten free, and rich in fiber.Continue reading “Oatmeal Raisin Cookies”
Looking for a way to repurpose almond pulp? Checkout the easiest, tastiest Spirulina Almond Pulp Bars. These bars are raw, gluten-free, dairy-free, and only 5 ingredients! Made with almond pulp, gf rolled oats, coconut oil, dates, and spirulina. All you need is a blender or food processor to make!
Warning: these go quickkkk (hence why there are only 4 pictured)Continue reading “Spirulina Almond Pulp Bars”
Eating low sugar is BIG right now. When I was originally experimenting with low-sugar eating, I had no problem putting together low sugar meals, but really struggled to find low sugar snacks. Snack foods for me primarily look like fruit and nut butter (which although contains natural sugar, still contains sugar) or some sort of healthy bar, which unfortunately typically contain added sugars.
If you’re experiencing similar struggles, you might like my egg muffin snack idea! They are super easy to make and full of protein and veggies so that they actually keep you full. They are also great if you have some extra veggies in the fridge that you’re not sure what to do with. I’ll show the recipe that I used to make them, but the veggies can vary. See recipe below!Continue reading “Egg Muffins”