Growing up, Mom never let you lick the cookie dough bowl, warning that raw eggs could make you sick. Now you have nothing to worry about, because this peanut butter faux dough is no danger to your health — or your waistline. Read more →
Raw eaters, rejoice! The decadent chocolate dessert you’ve been waiting for has arrived – and it’s a dream come true. You’ll use only three ingredients and won’t touch an oven, mixer or baking dish of any kind. Chocolate lovers, beware: non-raw-food eaters may become jealous and steal your idea…or (gasp!) double-dip in your dish. Read more →
Dessert is calling…but it’s only 9 a.m. Knock out two predicaments with one delicious recipe. When you can’t stomach another egg white and spinach omelet for breakfast but still need a protein punch to start your day, grab a fruity muffin to fill you up. You’ll squash that sweet craving without negating all the sweat equity you earned in the gym this morning. Read more →
We’ve all been there. You’ve had a long day and it ain’t over yet. With dinnertime fast-approaching you don’t have a clue what to cook. Ordering in is not an option – not a healthy one, anyway. Since this year you’re more committed than ever to eat clean and get fit (no matter what, right?), I’m dishing up my simplest meal solution: set it and forget it! Read more →
Unexpected winter weather holidays call for golf course sledding and snow ball fights. Though these coconut-dusted protein balls aren’t made of real snow, the kids will certainly be fighting over who gets the last one. This recipe calls for six ingredients and requires only a little hand-rolling to shape into spheres — a completely child-friendly activity to help pass the time. Once you’re done shaping, freeze the protein bites for an ice-cold “snow” ball you can rest assure the kids won’t throw at each other.
Cherries and almonds are a classic fruit-and-nut duo. You see them together in protein bars, granola…even shampoo and body washes. Finally, you can stop sniffing your hair and fill your house with the warmth of cherry almond cookie bars. The faintness of almonds tames those tart cherries for a healthy treat that feels a bit hearty. The brownie-esque consistency and too-good-to-be-true taste will tick all the boxes – 100% dessert-certified! Read more →
You can take a shortcut to the mall. But when it comes to baking moist chocolate cupcakes, don’t let quickness trump quality. Betty Crocker, beware! Mixing your own batter is not at all difficult – or time-consuming. Best of all, you’ll know each and every ingredient is fresh, pure and good for you! Read more →
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