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!
Even holding a cup of cocoa seems to warm you on a cold winter’s day. Unfortunately, the store-bought packets can be loaded with added sugar, corn syrup and artificial flavors. Though this cleaned-up version isn’t made in the microwave, your house will fill with the scent of something sweet. And the only thing you’ll need to worry about is the wholesomeness of raw cacao, pure vanilla and unsweetened almond milk enveloping you at first sip. Read more →
Turning tradition on its head is sort of my forte. That’s why I loaded these snickerdoodle cookies with cinnamon swirl whey protein, mixed it up with oat flour and rolled them into bite-sized balls. These puppies are nowhere near short on flavor or that chewiness you expect from a fresh-baked cookie. Plus, pumpkin spice makes everything nice! Read more →
More mocha blondies, please! Once you pull these soft and gooey goodies out of the oven, they’ll be flying off the baking sheet. Forget letting them cool. When a brownie goes blonde, pumps up with a little protein and manages to stay diet-friendly, it’s hard to resist. The fact that they taste sinful doesn’t hurt, either. Read more →
Crazy about chai? This wildly popular drink, made from black tea, milk and traditional Indian herbs and spices, is guzzled down by coffee-shop goers for its exotic, eye-opening flavor and irresistible creaminess. But a luscious latte isn’t the only way to enjoy it! In these mouth-watering muffins, an organic spiced chai protein shake is used to create moistness and kick up nutrition. Add raisins or diced apples for extra yum!
Can’t resist cream, but dairy doesn’t do your body good? Try making a smooth, velvety, vegan substitute with two wholesome ingredients: raw cashews and water! Watch this video from Maura Knowles, founder of Mac ‘n Mo’s Morselicious Treats, for a helpful how-to plus some fun ways to enjoy this versatile recipe staple.
Imagine the joy you get from a candy bar made of coconut, whole almonds and covered in creamy milk chocolate. Now, imagine actually eating it. If you’ve marked candy off your healthy-eating list, you may be missing out for no good reason. With holidays on the horizon, you’ll want an arsenal of recipes you can make in a flash that won’t leave you feeling deprived of the season’s sweet treats. This “healthified” take on a classic candy bar is a great place to start. Read more →
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