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)
I'm a fan of kale... when it's mixed into things or hiding amongst other flavors. I was leery about how this salad would taste since the only lettuce was kale.
My concerns were misplaced, this salad was SUPER tasty. I made it as a part of our Thanksgiving ensemble, not expecting it to make it on many plates. I was so happy to see every one of the 12 people who were over try the salad. Some of them even returned for seconds!
If ever there was a power salad with a great macro balance and tons of...
These muffins have become a go-to for me. They are SO good, and they work well as a base to make any gluten free, all natural muffins you like! I usually go for the pumpkin apple variation, but you can throw in whatever you want! Try chocolate chips, pumpkin puree, walnuts, peanut butter, zucchini, carrots, blueberries, spinach, or craisins! I've tried all of those in varying combinations, and they're always super tasty! Why not make muffins another way to get fruits and veggies?
Ryan and I have been SUPER stoked on spaghetti squash recently. We just discovered it a couple months ago. I can't believe we've gone so long without it!
Here's why this is good. This is a low glycemic meal option. You get the comforty goodness of pasta without the processed pasta noodles and sugary sauces. The noodles are another serving of vegetables! What a concept. We love it, and I think you will too!
So this is a VERY simple recipe, it just requires a bit of time.