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Whole Grain & Seed Cinnamon Spice Bread

Whole Grain & Seed Cinnamon Spice Bread

Ever find one little treasure and instantly feel inspired to create something bigger? That’s how this no-fuss whole grain loaf was born. Inspired by a bag of raw pumpkin seeds, I decided it was time we all had a bread recipe that actually didn’t take ...
Caramel Pecan Blondies

Caramel Pecan Blondies

Blondes have more fun, especially when they’re a little nutty and not overly sweet. That’s what you’ll get with this caramel-drizzled, pecan blondies recipe. The pecans and almond flour nicely offset the coconut sugar, which keeps t ...
Cinnamon Streusel Protein Muffins

Cinnamon Streusel Protein Muffins

Little miss muffin whipped up a dozen, and within minutes she was hypnotized by the scent from her oven. Make these cinnamon streusel protein muffins and you, too, will be in awe of the sweet aroma that fills your house. Even better is the pure joy y ...
Dark Chocolate-Orange Fudge

Dark Chocolate-Orange Fudge

How far will you go to bite into a savory slab of fudge? I’ll make it easy. Walk a couple feet into your kitchen (in your PJs, if you want) and make a batch of dark chocolate squares that will take your senses on a trip to where citrus and coconut fi ...
Double Chocolate-Coconut Protein Cookies

Double Chocolate-Coconut Protein Cookies

You could wait until the weekend rolls around to enjoy a “cheat treat.” But when each cookie is only 119 calories and gives you four grams of protein, it’s too tempting not to make these chewy, chock-full-of-flavor cookies tonight!  ...
Protein Sugar Cookies

Protein Sugar Cookies

Pastels are in! Decorated in buttery yellow, blueberry and purple, these protein cookies are right on trend for the new season. But forget the food coloring and sugary, store-bought frosting. You’ll tint batches of DIY cookie topping with an in ...
Peanut Butter Fudge Cookies

Peanut Butter Fudge Cookies

Haven’t tried peanut flour yet? Now’s your chance. This is the perfect recipe for a test drive, because it’s so simple (three easy steps) and so quick (20 minutes at most). There’s only one caveat: you must love peanut butter ...