Trick or treat; it’s time for Halloween! This week I’m sharing a cute, healthy and simple recipe idea that you can make for a Halloween party or just serve to your children; I bet that they will absolutely love it!!
Even though complex recipes that contain a lot of various ingredients are delicious, recipes that contain just a few ingredients can be equally as delicious in their own simple way. I’m going to prove that to you today with my Chocolate Almond Poached Pears.
There are few things better than the smell of warm apples filling up your home during the Fall season. So, what better way to start your day than with an Apple Strudel Breakfast Muffin right from your very own oven?
Sometimes, it’s just about a little creativity! I decided to take a different spin on the common pumpkin protein pancakes and used acorn squash for a waffle recipe instead!
My recipe for Peach Roasted Acorn Squash could be eaten as a breakfast accompaniment to some egg whites, as a side dish with your favorite protein for a lunch or dinner meal, or is even sweet enough to eat as a dessert!
Halloween and Thanksgiving are just around the corner! With that said, perhaps you’re planning a get together with family and friends and are looking to bake something that is perfectly seasonal, delicious, yet still healthy. Well, then I have got the perfect recipe for you!
My pumpkin debuts of the season are my Pumpkin Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies! I wanted to create something unique to have for breakfast (of course, you could enjoy these any time of day) instead of the standard bowl of oatmeal and egg whites.
How about a delicious dessert that contains ingredients that may assist in fat burning and increasing energy expenditure? Does this appeal to you?
My Choco PB Brownie Cakes are the perfect solution to kick that sweet tooth craving to the curb with all of the flavor and none of the guilt!
How about eating “pizza” without one ounce of guilt? My Portabella Pizzas allow you to have the flavor of pizza without the calories, carbohydrates and fat by simply swapping the standard crust with a portabella mushroom cap and using low-fat cheese versus the full-fat version.