Yes, you can have dessert as a snack! And with these gluten and sugar free options, guilt-free never tasted so good. These low calorie snacks will keep you lean while satisfying your sweet tooth!
Fall is here, and hopefully, you are not tired of pumpkin just yet. This Paleo Pumpkin Crumble Bar recipe is definitely a keeper, though. I wish there were still some of these left at my house. They magically disappeared very quickly from my kitchen! The kids asked if I could make these for Thanksgiving dessert. I believe the word “magical” was uttered in between bites.
If you can bread a chicken breast cutlet, you can make super-crunchy green bean fries in your oven. It's the same concept: Dredge fresh trimmed beans in flour, dunk in egg wash, and then coat them with a combination of panko and cornmeal for a guaranteed crispy coating. (Don't try this with frozen green beans; the extra moisture will make everything soggy, and that makes me sad.)
Packed with fiber and vitamins, sweet potatoes are a versatile and cheap component to a healthy, well-balanced diet. That being said, there is no question that the most popular way to enjoy this root vegetable is to deep fry it in tot form and serve it with ranch sauce.
If you’ve tried a million chocolate chip cookie recipes out there trying to find the best one, look no further. Not only do these blow other cookies out of the water, but they are made entirely without flour! It’s pretty amazing that you can make a crispy, chewy, tasty cookie without any flour, but you really can.
It’s amazing what these simple ingredients can accomplish! The coconut boosts your metabolism, the nuts provide muscle support, and the dried fruit is loaded with healthy fiber. Together, they create a sweet treat that will keep you full and energized. Keep a couple in your bag to help curb cravings and sustain energy when you’re on the go. Recipe courtesy of Dr. Skopek's Family!
This No-Bake Energy Bites recipe is easy to make, full of feel-good ingredients, and so irresistibly delicious! The name of the game with this recipe is customization. So feel free to give them a try and keep tweaking them to whatever specific combination tastes and feels good to you. Cheers to more energy bites in our future!
You know those black-spotted bananas on your countertop? They’re ready for a love match.... With oats! Mix these two together and in a matter of minutes, you have cookies. Staggeringly simple, scrumptious cookies. Cookies that are sugar-free, frugal, vegan, and gluten-free. You can eat them for breakfast, dessert, as a snack, to fuel up before a workout, to refuel after a workout, or even for dinner on one of those days when you need cookies for dinner; you will feel virtuous, satisfied and happy no matter the occasion.
This is a real treat: a no-cook creamy pudding thats good for you. Once plumped in almond milk and creamy yogurt, chia seeds remind me of tapioca only they are high in omega-3s and fiber. Chia seeds can be found in some grocery stores these days as well as in natural foods stores. The great part, too, is that you make this pudding the night before. Come morning, you just pull it out of the fridge and top it with some almonds and fruit, and breakfast is ready.