In honour of Mother’s Days and finding simple ways to make life happier, here is the simplest way to happiness: Raspberry and Ginger Bundt Cake
Dense Fudgy Low Sugar Brownies made with dried Apricots
A gorgeous and delicious honey sweetened frosting made with blueberries and cream cheese
preparing large batches of breakfast that can be frozen or stored saves up to an hour a day in cooking/cleaning time
with lashings of dark chocolate, toasted almonds, pumpkin seeds, and dried cranberries – one of the healthiest and tastiest Valentine’s treats I’ve ever had.
These breakfast bombs each contain a quarter cup of oats and a quarter of a banana, but most importantly they are filled with peanut butter and chocolate!
Sugar Free Truffle: Dense and chewy and not too sweet, these little bites of chocolate are a healthy snack disguised as a truffle.
These cookies get their magic from a combining of opposites: soft and crunchy, spicy and sweet, dark and light.
There is never enough lemon in lemon flavoured food. The solution, I’ve found, is to segment rather than squeeze. Segmenting and roughly chopping the lemon creates bursts of intense lemoniness throughout the food. I used the zest, roughly chopped segments, and remaining juice of one large lemon for this cake. All together it adds up… Continue reading Low-Sugar Lemon Loaf