With naturally sweet figs and pears and just a touch of maple, this delicious oat bake is perfect fall breakfast
Easy, homemade granola – without the sugar and other unhealthy ingredients of store-bought granola.
Forget the sugar-filled, instant oatmeal you find at the grocery store. This flavorful oatmeal is made from fresh fruit and contains no sugar for a healthy start to your day.
High-fiber, slimming oats; naturally sweet bananas, dates, and raisins; luscious almond butter; and a handful of omega-3-rich walnuts and you have a delicious start to a beautiful day!
A not-boring, vegan oatmeal dish that’s slightly sweet, scrumptiously rich, yet healthy enough to eat for breakfast.
Rich and luscious, yet super healthy, this vegan and gluten-free fruit pizza is low on sugar but high on delicious.
A healthy breakfast can’t get much easier – or tastier – than this. Just put your ingredients in the crock pot, turn it on, and in the morning a delicious (sugar-free) breakfast awaits you!
Americans are eating too much sugar and this factor is contributing to our high rates of obesity, not to mention other health problems. Here is a delicious fruit crisp recipe that not only is sugar-free, but is also a good source of fiber and other nutrients.
This is now officially my favorite breakfast. And if I were a normal person …
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!