This recipe is courtesy of Elena’s Pantry. Elena has so many fabulous recipes. We recommend her site as well as her cookbooks.
Yum! We were looking for a delicious, healthy, fun alternative to traditional peanut butter cups that abound around Halloween. This recipe is super easy and quick. We used regular size muffin tins, but next time we’ll use the mini muffin tins so there are more to enjoy!
Somewhat time consuming but well worth it, festive 4th of July no-bake dessert. Raw and wonderful!
This recipe comes courtesy of Lisa Turner
These creamy truffles have a subtle, smoky bite from the chipotle powder. If you like a more fiery chocolate, add up to 1/2 tsp. more chipotle powder. You can also substitute regular chili powder for the chipotle.
1/2 cup almond milk
1 Tbs. honey
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1/2 tsp. chipotle powder
These homemade gluten free Samoas are quite the indulgent bundles. In aiming to make them gluten free and as healthy as possible, we used coconut oil in place of partially hydrogenated vegetable oil and we made homemade caramel sauce (from sugar, water, vanilla and 1/2 and 1/2). As a result, the cookies spread a bit and are larger than they should be.
In honor of Girl Scout Cookie week, we wanted to try our hand at making over a few of our favorites. For our version of Thin Mints, we’ve taken out the partially hydrogenated oils, decreased the sugar, removed artificial flavor and coloring and made them gluten free.
These are delicious served with plain or vanilla Greek-style yogurt or fresh whipped cream.
We’ve added these delicious truffles to our dessert section because they really are that good, but certainly they can be eaten as a snack anytime of day! Loaded with nutritional goodness, you don’t have to feel bad about diving into these truffles!
These are incredibly delicious, nutritious, grain-free bars great for a snack, with yogurt for breakfast or as treat any time of day.
These cookies are wonderfully chewy and delicious! The quinoa adds protein and texture.