It’s been a while since I made some muffins. It’s probably a good thing because I eat way too many of them when they come out of the oven. It’s just like when you bake a loaf of bread, you can hardly wait for it to cool down enough so that you don’t give yourself a
These bars give me life. UGH, so good! And you wouldn’t believe how quick and easy they are to make! Plus, plus!! They store great in the freezer! I may or may not be munching on one right now… Anyway, what’s in these? Well, we have a little bit of almond flour, chocolate (of course),
During these hot days I honestly just want to eat something refreshing. The thing I pick up first to refresh myself is fruit. Any kind of fruit is great: peaches, pineapple, melon, kiwi, strawberry… It is just so important to me to keep my water intake high. It has been 30 degrees here so far
This recipe for Cookie Dough Blondie Bars is amazingly delicious! They are fluffy, moist and delicious – the perfect cross between a cookie and a brownie! These gooey Cookie Dough Blondie Bars have only 8 main ingredients, are gluten free, grain free, dairy free and easily vegan (depending on your chocolate chips). They’re a great source
Happy summer guys! I am so happy that the hot weather is finally here. So excited for all of the new adventures this summer. I honestly can’t wait. Well even though summer is great for me, I know that some of you just don’t like the heat. You lose your inspiration for cooking and just
NO added refined sugar, flour, or oil and only about 100 calories!! Naturally gluten-free! They taste AMAZING, are a reader FAVORITE, and are made in your blender!! The muffins are ridiculously soft, moist, rich, decadent, but only about 100 calories each. That’s a good thing because like all mini food, these babies are so poppable.
Sometimes I do have really hard time with finding the right ratios of the ingredients for good cookies. I have tried to make protein cookies, pumpkin, peanut butter… But none of them turned out like these Peanut Butter Almond Cookies. So as I said I did make many different cookies, but these are just the
Cloud Bread Recipe – aka Oopsie bread. A low-carb, high-protein, gluten-free substitute for bread, made with just 3 ingredients. Fluffy, light, delicious and perfect for sandwiches! If you visit Pinterest as much as I do, you most likely have seen this magical Cloud Bread already. It’s a low-carb keto diet friendly substitute to white bread.