Thankfully, this cranberry crumble bars recipe is a healthier take on these mouthwatering treats. The base is made from oats* and raw almonds, which are processed into a fine meal with coconut sugar, and coconut oil replaces butter. The result is a much more wholesome pastry crust, that tastes truly indulgent. The filling is made from chopped cranberries and orange, which is a match made in heaven. A sprinkling of coconut sugar takes the mixture from fairly tart to just right
I know what you’re thinking: It’s a trick. Those can’t taste like donut holes. Wrong! These little treats really do taste like donut holes. A dozen eager taste-testers at Beachbody headquarters agreed, and raved that these are surprisingly close to the real thing. I will be testing these out NEXT WEEK to confirm myself! Even though these little delights are a wholesome alternative to actual fried and sugar-coated donut holes, they are still a treat with a fair amount of sugar
Nothing says Fall like PUMPKIN !!!! These pumpkin muffins with maple cream cheese are a surprisingly healthy treat from Autumn Calabrese’s FIXATE cookbook. A tasty, healthy alternative to sugary donuts, baking a fresh batch of these for your coworkers will definitely earn you points around the office, and not on the scale. If you’re not one for bringing treats to the office, they also make for a fantastic mid-day snack. But how ever you decide to serve these sweet, healthy tr
The next time you’re jonesing for a sweet treat, try this easy Cinnamon Bananas recipe. It’s made with naturally sweet bananas, healthy spices like cinnamon and nutmeg and uses a touch of honey. A lower-calorie riff on bananas flambe — hold the alcohol, butter, and several tablespoons of sugar — this version enhances the already-sweet nature of ripe bananas through caramelization. This cooking process draws out the sugars in a food, cooking them until they brown. Caramelizing
A “birthday cake” that only takes 15 minutes to make and doesn’t require any actual baking? Yes, please! They’re incredibly easy to make — all you have to do is place seven ingredients into a food processor, blend them together, and you’re basically done. There’s no oven time required, so if you’re one of those raw cookie dough eaters (or just looking for a healthy gluten free snack), then this is definitely the dessert for you. (Psst – the sprinkles are just for decoration.)
Chocolate peanut butter ice cream that’s good for you? And takes less than 10 minutes to make? Believe it. This is the ice cream you’ve been waiting for. It’s rich and creamy, with just the right amount of sweetness, and it’s made from just four ingredients. It’s so simple, you don’t even need an ice cream maker. That’s right. It’s a no-churn ice cream. How’d we do it? The secret is frozen bananas. When frozen bananas are pureed in a food processor, they get smooth and creamy
Not only do avocados add a boost of healthy fats, they also intensify the flavor of chocolate and make these brownies ultra rich, and decadent. These gluten-free treats are so fudgy and moist, you won’t even remember how healthy they are! Total Time: 51 min.
Prep Time: 15 min.
Cooking Time: 36 min.
Yield: 16 servings, 1 brownie each 21 Day Fix portions: 0.5Y, 1 tsp Ingredients:
Nonstick cooking spray
1 medium ripe avocado, mashed
¼ cup extra-virgin coconut oil, melted