I love this dessert idea because it takes a lot of the fat and sugar out of regular crème brûlée. You can also whip this up quickly and without any fuss. There is also a surprise at the bottom of the bowl – a fruit preserve of your choice. Enjoy!
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What better way to tip off a wholesome meal than with a light, fuss-free dessert that is 100% raw but still creamy and delicious. This recipe for avocado banana ice cream combines the sweetness of banana and honey with the decadence of avocado. The result is a dessert with a festive color and satisfying punch. [...]
Me thinks bread is up there with butter as my favorite food. It’s empty love, I know, but it feels oh-so good in the moment and it only feels worth it whilst eating it! Unfortunately, we’ve got to protect our hearts and prevent that sneaky, delayed “Sike!” in the form of a breakout, sluggishness or [...]
Turon is a Philippine snack made of bananas that are dusted with brown sugar, rolled in a spring roll wrapper, and then fried. Indeed it is fried, but I’ve taken out the brown sugar just to make it slightly healthier. Enjoy!
I had always heard of amaranth, but never knew quite what it looked like, why it was so amazing, and if it was even worth it. When I saw it hanging out at my grocer, I decided to take the plunge. I learned that it acts a lot like quinoa, only even smaller, and has [...]
Instead of oatmeal or dry cereal, try incorporating quinoa into your breakfast. Quinoa isn’t reserved for savory dishes. It’s high in protein and fiber and keeps you full throughout the morning and into the afternoon. This recipe is a foundation for your own variations. Nix the chocolate and add vanilla for a change and switch [...]