There’s always a birthday party or book club meeting that could use something sweet and spicy to get people talking. Bring on the ginger cookies! Really steal the show by shaping your batch with a gingerbread man cookie cutter and topping with cinnamon-swirl protein icing. Read more →
Don’t let your sundae go topless. This caramel sauce has been cleaned up so you can gobble it down by the spoonfuls. No corn syrup, no cane sugar. In a measly five minutes you’ll have the most savory-sweet caramel sauce your body can feel good about. Read more →
We’ve raised the bar—there’s just no topping these moist and chewy nutty pumpkin squares! Not cookies, not quite cake, they’re a satisfying grab-and-go snack or healthy dessert, packed with organic pumpkin, naturally sweet dates and crunchy almonds. Use gluten-free baking mix instead of flour for a healthy treat everyone can enjoy!
Get ready for holiday cookie swaps with these snow-dusted treats. The pairing of chocolate protein and cocoa powder means pure chocolate goodness! No one will know they’re rich in protein (a whopping 5 grams per cookie!). Plus, these crinkle cookies are sweetened with coconut sugar for more flavor and less damage. Who says the holidays can’t be yummy and healthy? Read more →
Coconut flakes make a great snowy topping for holiday cupcakes. They’re also good for adding tropical taste to your favorite baked goods. But did you know that if you blend them long enough, those stringy little strands transform into something creamy, smooth and spreadable? Coconut butter doesn’t have to come from a jar! Follow this recipe to make your own, then turn it into a decadent candy bark studded with cranberries and cacao.
Ever made fudge without sugar? Here’s your chance to give it a try. This easy-peasy, pudge-free fudge is naturally sweetened with honey and spice, so you don’t need that added sugar. And, you won’t miss it. The pumpkin and peanut butter punch it up with a flavor you won’t find at the candy store. Read more →
It’s OK to cave to cookie cravings with these quick, 50-calorie creations. Made with fiber-filled oats, rich cocoa and creamy peanut butter, they’re not only diet-friendly, they take just minutes to make—no oven required. See? A little something sweet doesn’t have to sabotage your diet!
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