Applesauce is a healthy, low calorie and low fat baking substitute for oil, butter and eggs. It’s also a great option for vegan baking. It works better for some recipes than others and you may need to adjust baking time when using applesauce.
The ingredients to make these raw pecan squares are pretty basic, all you need to them together is a food processor.
I made these healthy gluten free caramel cookies while revising for my exam a couple of weeks ago. When I feel stressed, nothing is more soothing than going into the kitchen, taking my baking essentials out and whipping up some delicious wholesome goodies!
On mornings when I can’t think of what to make for breakfast, I find myself with two go to options, and my choice would usually depend on the weather. If it’s warm, I will make myself a refreshing cold green smoothie. If it’s warm, I would turn to my trusted friend – mr oatmeal!
When I hear the word ‘fudge’ I immediately think of melt-in-the-mouth sweet, indulgent delights, but at the same time I think ‘sugar+fat’ because in essence that’s really all it is! This Pumpkin Chocolate Fudge recipe is slightly different…
Mmm truffles! So dense and rich and guess what, they have 0% cream! So what’s the secret to these luscious chocolate truffles?
If you’ve never tried Semolina porridge…then you must…like right now!! I only discovered semolina porridge recently and I was blown away by how good it was! It’s honestly like eating a dessert. Unlike oat porridge, semolina porridge has a smooth, dense rich texture due to the fineness of the grain.
Who wouldn’t like to have ice cream for breakfast? And now you can with this quick and simple 2 ingredient banana ice cream.
You may have already heard of the word Zoodles, but if you haven’t the term ‘Zoodles’ is a combination of the words ‘zucchini’ and ‘noodles’ and it’s basically zucchini sliced into noodles.
A great light dinner, side dish or snack. These Quinoa stuffed peppers are Gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan.