Share :)You had me at chocolate. 5 Favorite Chocolate Recipes No guilt sweet treats. Ever the over achiever Dark Chocolate Trail Mix Bites Fun to make for the whole family. I love this for a guilt free dessert! Dark Chocolate Tofu Pudding Tofu ramps up the protein factor and makes it super creamy. If you’ve never tried it you may think it will taste funny, but no one
Share :)Dark Chocolate & Coconut Coffee Guilt Free Dessert in a cup Add a tsp of coconut oil and a square of dark chocolate to your coffee. Top with warm, frothed coconut milk.
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Share :)Chocolate makes everything better. Guilt-free. Dessert with benefits I made these for my Fit Mom Party and everybody loved them. They are simple to make and only take about 15 minutes to prepare, 30 to cool and harden. So they are an ideal make ahead dessert. The only kind of chocolate I eat is dark chocolate because of the health benefits. The thing to remember is it should
Share :)Healthy Pumpkin Bread Perfect for Fall or with a cup of coffee anytime No guilt. No added sugar. Apple sauce instead of butter. Breakfast. Snack. Dessert. Ingredients: 1/2 (15 ounce) can pumpkin puree 2 eggs (or 1 mashed ripe banana or 1 cup yogurt) 1/4 cup coconut oil 1/4 cup unsweetened apple sauce 1/3 cup water 1/2 cup stevia 1-3/4 cups wheat flour 1 teaspoon baking soda 3/4
Shhh, don’t tell anyone it’s tofu! This healthy, simple recipe will fool even the most discerning chocoholics!
This versatile recipe can be used for breakfast or healthy dessert. Baking oats gives it a cookie like flavor and is true healthy comfort food. Serve for breakfast topped with high protein Greek Yogurt or for a healthy dessert with vanilla frozen yogurt or no sugar added vanilla ice cream sprinkled with nutmeg and cinnamon.
My popular Kona Hawaiian Bread Recipe’s little sister. Moist banana muffins with a crumble topping and crunchy walnuts. Apple sauce instead of butter, good for you flax seeds, wheat germ, bran and no added sugar.
This is a simple recipe for cereal cookies, that uses up the small amounts of cereal left in the boxes. It’s a healthier cookie that has alot of crunch! Tip: Mix healthier and not so healthy cereals together if you want it a bit sweeter.
I am always looking for unique ways to secretly portion control foods, especially dessert. Here is a recipe for Pie-in-a-Cup. You can use any pie filling you like! Enjoy!
I wanted to share a recipe from my new Kiana’s Fit Cooking eBook. This tastes sinful but it’s not.This recipe is really simple and makes for a healthy snack! I will enjoy it for dessert too! It takes about 10 minutes prep. and 20 min. to bake! EZ and fun! My daughters LOVE this! Enjoy!