Today we’re making smoothies – but not the kind of smoothies you put into a glass and drink with a straw. Nope. This smoothie is so …
This is now officially my favorite breakfast. And if I were a normal person …
Rich, creamy Coconut-Walnut Milk in less than 5 minutes.
A typical granola recipe calls for about 1/2 to 3/4 cup of honey and/or sugar for every 3 cups of oats. And granola you can buy at the grocery store often packs in over a cup of sugar for every 3 cups of oats. That’s as much sugar per serving as a Twinkie!
One serving of this sugar-free, fresh peach smoothie offers you 34% of your daily needs for vitamin C, 14% of your iron needs, and 43% of your RDA for manganese – which is a mineral that helps build strong bones, reduce cholesterol levels, stabilize blood sugar, and reduce inflammation.
Homemade, fresh strawberry jam. Having never made it before, I asked Papa Google for a recipe. The first few recipes he gives me list anywhere from 2 cups of sugar to 3 1/2 cups of sugar for only 3 cups of strawberries! Whoa!
This naturally sweet smoothie offers you 97% of your daily needs for Vitamin C, 27% vitamin A, and 6 grams of fiber – with no cholesterol! The perfect smoothie for delicious and healthy weight loss!
Sometimes you want something sweet.
But you don’t want to actually make cookies because you don’t want to wait 20 minutes for them to bake. You want something you can eat now.
Like the ice cream that’s in the freezer.
Looking for a healthy Christmas cookie or bar that everyone will love?
Have you ever had chocolate fudge for breakfast?