Hellooooo ZUCCHINI COCONUT BREAD! I did it. It actually has the texture of REAL bread. It doesn't fall apart and you can even spread things on it— and for those who are familiar with "healthy" breads, this is a big deal. This bread is vegan, paleo, low fat, low carb and high in those good omega-3 fats our bodies need.
The holidays have quickly come and passed… and now lots of New Year's resolutions abound! With that, what better way to celebrate and stick to your New Year's resolution than with a big chocolate raspberry frosted cupcake?!
You can still have your bread AND reach your goals! Give my Gluten-free Flax Bread a try and let me know what you think.
Today, I’m bringing you a classic appetizer that’s not so friendly on the waistline— the Chicken Quesadilla! I’m sure you’re thinking that there is no way this can be made healthy… but oohhh yes, it will be done!
This Quinoa Greek Parfait will help jump-start your metabolism and get your day started out right. Make a few for the week so that you can simply grab your parfait and a spoon and enjoy on the go!
Everyone loves pancakes for breakfast (or for any meal!), but what we don’t love is the excess calories. But the good news is that with a few swaps and additions, pancakes can easily be transformed into a healthy, protein-packed meal. Try these seven delicious and satisfying variations and enjoy your pancakes guilt free!
When you think of truffles, I’m sure your mouth waters but you also see a huge red “X” sign blinking and flashing telling you to avoid at all costs due to the fat and sugar content. Well, not in this case! My Chocolate Coconut Rice Truffles have no added sugar and contain less than 5 grams of fat per truffle (so I recommend 2 as a serving!)
No, this is not your typical banana boat sundae that you would find at your local ice cream parlor, but I bet you will enjoy it even more!
My version of Peach Cobbler Overnight Oats combines fresh peaches with just enough sweet and spice, layered with creamy yogurt and the nutty flavor and awesome texture of the soaked oats to provide a breakfast treat that you simply will enjoy every bite of. It is so simple to make, so pretty to look at, and so fun to eat. Enjoy!
Doughnuts for breakfast?! Is it a cheat meal? Not in this case (at least it doesn’t have to be)! Each doughnut hole has only 60 calories, 2 grams of fat and absolutely no sugar! These are simple to make and easy to store for a great breakfast treat.