This breadless bread pudding has been my FAVORITE healthy dessert the last couple of months. Sometimes Ryan and I have it multiple times a week!
I’ve always been a sweets at night person, and this has been a great healthy option!!
💚No added sugar
It serves TWO and all it requires is:
✔️1 tbs of coconut oil
✔️1 tbs of chia seeds
✔️1/2 tsp is vanilla
✔️1tsp of cinnamon ✔️1/4 cup of pecans
✔️1/4 cup of blueberries .
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These healthy cookies are as tasty as they are easy. With only 4 ingredients and 25 minutes of total prep and cook time, they can't be beat! Ryan and I have these regularly. Whether it's for your kids' class, for dinner at a friends, or a group gathering, these are a great, healthy, food sensitive option!
2 large bananas
1 cup of rolled oats
1 tbs of peanut butter (or almond butter for those with allergies)
This delightful treat has been a MAJOR win for us as we've been working on eliminating sugar, grains, and baked goods for this month. Everything in it is HEALTHY and beneficial to your body... and it's quite delicious.
To be clear, this dessert is no sugar added, low glycemic, gluten free, and macro balanced with protein, fiber, and healthy fats.
Not to mention, it literally takes 10 minutes of effort.
Let's talk for a minute here about the health benefits of this tasty dessert. Chia...
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A homemade cookie doesn't get easier or healthier than these. I'm not going to lie, we have these at least once a week, sometimes more. I grew up ending most meals with a sweet. These have offered me a satisfying and healthy option!
You can see all the ingredients I used in the picture!
Here are the specifics and some variations on a sliding scale of healthy to healthy-ish.
Makes about 12 cookies.
2 ripe bananas
1 cup of oats (use certified gluten free for those who n...
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This delicious looking breakfast is not the epitome of health, BUT let me tell you why it's important to still be intentional when you're hankering for some comfort cooking.
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