I’m sure that you have heard of all types of pancakes— whole-wheat, oat, buttermilk, etc… but zucchini? Yes! Trust me, I know that they don’t sound amazing, but they truly are! They are super light, high in fiber, and very easy to make! If you have kids, even they will eat them (maybe just don’t tell what’s in them); it’s a great way to get some extra veggies and fiber into their meals. Enjoy!
It’s pumpkin season— what a perfect time for my Mini Pumpkin Spice Oatmeal Cream Pies! Not only are my cream pies absolutely delicious, but also they have less than 2 grams of fat per pie!
Pumpkin is not only delicious— it is also a very versatile vegetable that it is often used in sweets such as cookies and cakes, as well as savory dishes such as ravioli and soups. So I decided to create the best of both worlds by combining the sweet pumpkin spice cupcake with a savory cream cheese frosting.
My Skinny Snickerdoodle Cookies are a delicious treat that you can eat without feeling guilty! Why? They have fewer than 50 calories per cookie!
My Cinnamon Apple Protein Muffins are scrumptious with 11 grams of protein, only 100 calories and less than 2 grams of fat per muffin. Enjoy (why not have two?)!
Zucchini is such a versatile vegetable with its mild flavor and subtle texture that it can be used in a variety of dishes. With that being said, I used it in my recipe for the base of my Chicken Pizza Zucchini Boats, as it allows for the full flavor of the “pizza” filling to come through and provides a low-carb alternative to the dough that is used. To lower the calories even further, I used low-fat cheese. Enjoy!
My Protein Graham Crackers are the perfect blend of sweet, salty and crunchy to give you a treat that you can feel good about eating!
My Deep Chocolate “Candy” Nut Bars are basically just like regular chocolate bars, but without the sugar and unhealthy fats. They are absolutely delicious and the best part is that you control the sweetness.
Typically, coconut shrimp dishes are fried and battered in tons of oil and excess flour and served with sugary dipping sauces. My version of coconut shrimp is baked with NO oil and no flour and served with a sugar-free dipping sauce! It has less than 10 grams of fat per serving.
My Iced Raspberry Almond Muffins are iced with a delicious protein drizzle and have absolutely no added sugar. They are dense and filling, which make them a perfect treat to keep you satisfied. If you are sensitive to gluten, you won’t have to worry as they are gluten-free (assuming you use gluten-free oats).