Oh Fall. How I love thee. As the weather starts getting cooler, I can’t help but crave fall-spiced everything. This easy homemade apple cider recipe is sure to get you in the fall mood and warm up your taste buds.
Spring has officially sprung so I decided to make an amazing light, airy delectable lemon poppy seed loaf. I LOOOOOOOVE lemon poppy seed cake so much, so I crafted this masterpiece of a recipe. This recipe is very simple to make so there is no reason why everyone shouldn’t have a slice or ten of this magical lemon poppy seed loaf in there life. Loaf. I made this loaf as healthy as can be utilizing no refined sugar, dairy or eggs. Yet the consistency is moist, the flavour is perfectly tart, not too sweet, and it’s purely divine. Your welcome. Loaf. Because its fun to say.
Mmmmmmmmmmm cookies. The name of these cookies pretty much speaks for itself in terms of flavour: chocolate chip, coconut and cranberry. But allow me to indulge you a little more just in case you aren’t sold yet. THESE COOKIES ARE FRIGGEN AMAZING. There is a mild hint of coconut, a chewy tartness from the dried cranberries and chocolate chips, because chocolate. These cookies are so ridiculously easy to make and the flavour is so delicious you will find yourself doubling, tripling and even quadrupling (I’ll leave it at that because I don’t know what word comes after quadrupling) the recipe because you WILL want more and more and more of them. Luckily for you these bad boys aren’t actually bad for you at all. These cookies are so powerful and energy dense because of one sneaky ingredient, ground almonds. These cookies are 100% gluten-free and contain no flour or wheat, instead they use ground almonds. Almonds contain monounsaturated fatty acids, dietary fiber, antioxidants, high in Vitamin E and minerals such as magnesium. Also, do not fear the fat in almonds, almonds actually help you lose weight! These cookies are also moist and chewy on the inside and crunchy on the outside, so everybody wins. Now do yourself a favour and go bake yourself some cookies because dammit your worth it.
Cookies for breakfast. Yes.
I like to wake up and have a warm lemon drink or a smoothie and along with that I also like to have some sort of substance that isn’t just liquid. Working early in the morning on weekdays I also don’t have time to prepare much and breakfast needs to be food I can eat on the go so cereal and pancakes were out. I came across some breakfast vegan cookies at a restaurant nearby and thought to myself instead of wondering how much sugar was in them or justifying spending $3.10 on a cookie every morning, I decided that I would try and make my own. I have found the perfect amount of each ingredient to transform them into the perfect healthy breakfast cookie.
These cookies are soft, chewy, moist and delicious and are so easy to make only requiring one bowl to make them in. When I eat them I feel like I should feel guilty but then I remember that literally every single ingredient in these cookies are pure, whole foods offering a variety of nutrients. I usually make a batch of these cookies every Sunday and take one on-the-go in the morning before I leave to go to work. Its prettttyyyy hard to only eat one a day…..they don’t always make it to the end of the week but I’m not complaining.
These are the BEST cookies ever! I was so hesitant to post the recipe simply because the one ingredient that makes these cookies so magnificent are also the hardest ingredient to find, vegan white chocolate chips. I found these vegan white chocolate chips at a small local organic food shop, in the bulk section, with no brand labelled on them. The only advice I can give is if you find vegan white chocolate chips you buy them and you buy them all and if finding vegan white chocolate chips is no problem for you then lucky you. Anyways besides finding the white chocolate chips the rest of the ingredients are super easy to find and inexpensive and to make the cookies is actually pretty quick and simple. I have made these cookies so many times that I have a couple different variations for ingredients you can use and rest assured I have tried them all and every time these cookies turned out great.
I am obsessed with this banana bread. I never used to be a fan of banana bread until I tried it homemade!
This recipe is dairy-free, egg-free, refined sugar-free, and can be made gluten-free too. It is so scrumptious, moist, and you would never have any idea that it was free of all those ingredients. I have made this recipe countless times so I can assure you it is the real deal and every single time, evvvverrryyy single time, it comes out perfect.
This sundae is AMAZING. Holy Fudge.
To make this decadent treat is super simple and tastes just like a McDonalds hot fudge sundae minus the refined sugar, dairy, soy, preservatives, and chemicals. Below I listed what is actually in a Mcdonalds hot fudge sundae and below that are the ingredients that go into mine! I will let you decide which one you should eat.
Okay so I am so proud of this recipe because I have mastered the ultimate date square. These date squares are moist, chewy, buttery and simply delicious! The best part, aside from their exceptional taste, is they are completely refined sugar free, butter free, dairy free and egg free! You would be surprised with the amount of sugar and butter that goes into traditional date squares, which is completely unnecessary! Dates are naturally so sweet and why try and cover up their already chewy and delectable taste? They are called date squares after all.
I created this recipe because my favourite treat growing up was a milkshake. I realized that milkshakes are not always the healthiest option, but they’re SO GOOD. I have tried to make myself healthy milkshakes but nothing ever compared to the sugary dairy ones. Until now.
This concoction I have put together is dairy free, refined sugar free, and completely healthy.