A deliciously moist lemon poppy seed cake bursting with blueberries and glazed with a tangy lemon frosting. Believe it or not, this cake is made sugar-free and gluten-free! This is one recipe you don’t want to miss! This post does contain affiliate links. 🙂 I […]
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Soft and chewy healthy oatmeal cream pies are sandwiched together with delicious matcha cream cheese frosting to create the perfect dessert. These homemade oatmeal cookies are made gluten-free and refined sugar-free for a nostalgic treat. You can’t say I didn’t warn you. I definitely told […]
Yogurt, agave, coconut milk, granola and fruit! That’s all you need to make these simple and delicious vegan yogurt popsicles. These popsicles are super versatile and be made to fit most dietary needs and preferences.
Turn your classic smoothie bowl into easily portable popsicle for a yummy breakfast on the go. These popsicles are the perfect summertime treat and can be customized to fit your dietary needs and flavor preferences.
A few things you will need before you get started…
Popsicle molds. There’s no way around this one. Popsicle molds are a must. The good news is that you can find them for fairly cheap. I actually bought mine at a thrift store (brand new in the box!) and I’ve even seen some smaller ones at dollar stores. Of course, you can find them Target and on Amazon but if you aren’t looking to spend much, check second hand stores first!
Popsicle sticks. I’ve seen lots of popsicles on Pinterest using straws and the first time I made my own popsicles I tried making them with a cute and colorful straw–bad idea! The straws get soggy and bend. I do not recommend using a straw in place of a popsicle stick. An alternative that does work: spoons, knives or even forks!
Ingredients (obviously). I wanted to throw this one in here even though it’s so obvious. If you don’t have the exact ingredients that I used, that’s okay. These popsicles are easily adaptable to different brands and flavors. You can use any granola brand you have on hand (doesn’t have to be gluten-free that’s just my preference). Same goes for the yogurt, sweetener and milk. Use whatever kind of yogurt you prefer and if you want to use goats milk–go for it!
Okay, you have your molds, sticks and ingredients–you are ready to get started. 🙂
Soft and chewy, chunks of dark chocolate and nutty peanut butter dough baked into a perfect milk loving cookie! These peanut butter chocolate chip cookies are my absolute favorite healthy cookie recipe and I think they are calling your name. If you love soft, chewy, […]
A moist and tasty banana bread is made using chia seeds and flax meal! This super delicious bread makes for a perfectly healthy, gluten-free and refined sugar-free snack. I thought I would post one of my favorite desserts to make: banana bread. My different variations […]
Big and chewy healthy oatmeal cookies with orange citrus icing–it’s quite a mouthful but every word is extremely important in the description of these cookies. I debated whether or not to add gluten-free, refined sugar-free, high in protein with a vegan option to the title. What do you think? Probably best the way I left it. Now you know that besides these cookies being big, chewy, healthy oatmeal cookies with orange citrus icing they are also everything else I listed above–and absolutely delicious, of course!
When I was little, I was always one of those weird kids that actually loved oatmeal cookies. In fact, I preferred them over most cookies. Weirdo–I know! Now that I’m adult, it’s much more accepted for an oatmeal cookie to be your favorite kind and I embrace it for all it’s worth. Bring on the oatmeal cookies!!!
For these oatmeal cookies, I added almonds and flax meal just for funsies. No, I’m kidding. I did have a specific reason in doing so. The almonds adds a little extra crunch and the flax adds a little fiber. Can’t go wrong with either, right? Along with almonds and flax, I added protein powder. I used PEScience Gourmet Vanilla Select Protein. Get 30% off using my affiliate code PBCHOCO at checkout on their website www.pescience.com. For a vegan option, use a plant based protein (PEScience has that as well).
Can we take a second to admire how beautiful thee cookies are and they taste just as good as they look. Only way to find out is to make them for yourself!
This delicious blackberry cobbler dessert is topped with a coconut palm sugar streusel and is full of juicy berries. Made gluten-free, vegan and refined sugar-free! This recipe is perfect if you want to prep a dessert early in the week or bring to potluck. You […]
Healthy green tea matcha shortbread cookies with decadent chocolate ganache frosting. (Gluten-free, vegan & refined sugar-free!) These matcha shortbread cookies are the snack you never knew you needed. Matcha is flavor I stayed away from for a long time. Thanks to green tea lattes at […]
Edible cookie dough made to eat not bake.
This edible cookie dough is an indulgent treat made gluten-free, low in carbs and made with just 1g of sugar per serving! It’s hard to believe that this high protein, low sugar chocolate chunk edible cookie dough actually a healthy late night snack wrapped up in a classic dessert disguise.
If you are like me and prefer to eat the cookie dough rather than bake it, this recipe is for you! This egg-free edible cookie dough is safe eat and should be added to your movie snack list asap!
Did you know I wrote a Healthy Edible Cookie Dough Ebook? It’s true! Check it out Cookie Dough For the Health Nut. All recipes are eggless, made with protein powder and most contain coconut flour.
This cookie dough is so delicious, I have to store it in the freezer to keep myself from snacking on it too much. When this cookie dough is in the refrigerator it’s so soft and creamy–basically it’s too easy to eat the entire jar in one sitting. Heed my warning and place this cookie dough in the freezer to keep from consuming the entire thing.
If you follow my recipes, you know this definitely isn’t my first edible cookie dough recipe.
In fact, I might have about 10 different versions on my blog. I took a couple of my old recipes and merge them together. I used a lot of the same ingredients from the past and just played around with measurements to get a perfect tasting cookie dough. I have discovered that butter is a very important ingredient if you want your healthy edible cookie dough to taste just like the real thing.
I used PEScience Gourmet Vanilla in this recipe because it’s so sweet and has almost no sugar! You can get 30% off all PEScience products by using my affiliate code at checkout on their website PEScience.com
These almond butter candy bars are covered in decadent chocolate and stuffed with toasted coconut for a sweet crunch–a healthy sweet treat sprinkled with whatever toppings your heart desires. (vegan, paleo, refined sugar-free & gluten-free!) A rainy Saturday night calls for chocolate in for the […]