Delicious, chocolatey brownies that won’t mess up your clean eating this January.
This recipe turned out perfectly! The dough was easy to roll out and sturdy when cut into shapes. The cookies were delicious and their texture was just the right mix of crispy on the outside and light and fluffy on the inside. Happy Baking!
Most cookie recipes don’t have a helping of fiber, protein, antioxidants, vitamin B6, folate, potassium, zinc and magnesium but this one does!
These brownie bites are chewy, moist, and have a nice chocolate banana flavour. Best of all they’re both gluten-free and toddler approved! Coconut Flour can be a tricky ingredient to bake with.. It’s definitely not a straightforward gluten-free substitution for flour. High in fibre, and low on the glycemic index coconut flour is a great…
I normally make a version of this soup for Thanksgiving and Christmas; it’s the perfect crowd-pleasing appetizer. Seasonal ingredients make this Coconut Curry soup a pleasure to eat, with layers of vibrant flavours coming together. The reason I love it as an appetizer for large gatherings is that it can be made ahead of time…
These Gluten-Free Black Bean Brownies have the same texture but taste EVEN BETTER than regular brownies!
…and the ingredient that I was on the fence about!
Just the right mix of crispy and chewy and not too sweet these cookies are quite the treat.
No mixer needed for this Banana Bread; it’s easy to make and even easier to eat! I forego the extra 1/4 cup of sugar when I make this loaf but if you’re used to store-bought banana bread you may want to add in the additional white sugar. When I’m craving chocolate, I leave out the…
Decadent and moist with only 4.3g of Fat and 30g of Carbs per generous slice plus 11.6g of Protein!