Most granola -> Full of sugar and spice and nothing nice (for health). Contrary to popular belief, granola is not a health food as it is usually loaded with unhealthy fats and sugar (or other sweeteners). You may as well…
One thing I do not do: Spend more than 10 minutes in the morning preparing breakfast. When it’s breakfast time, I want to eat – not measure, stir, cook, chop, or bake. That means that make-ahead breakfasts are a regular…
These delicious and nourishing Sugar-Free Berry Breakfast Bars get your day off to a healthy start!
Naturally sweet with no sugar added! These breakfast bars are delicious and made with healthy, whole-food ingredients, like heart healthy oats, nutrient-rich bananas, and brain-beneficial walnuts.
With naturally sweet figs and pears and just a touch of maple, this delicious oat bake is a perfect 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.
This flavorful vegan loaf is super high in fiber and other essential nutrients. It presents itself beautifully as a Thanksgiving main dish served alongside mashed potatoes, Brussels sprouts, and pumpkin pie.
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!
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.
Have you ever had chocolate fudge for breakfast?
I really enjoy inventing recipes … although, I have had plenty of flops come out of the kitchen – just ask my family about the sweet potato burgers. Or maybe not. But for the most part, I love the challenge…
I’ve had several requests lately for the Wonderful Waffle recipe to be put back on the website. (When I switched from Blogger to WordPress, the recipe somehow didn’t make the trip.) So here it is, but this time with a…
This recipe will surprise you! Oatmeal? No, this is not your grandmother’s oatmeal. You will love it! It’s oatmeal with a makeover. I’ve eaten oatmeal many different ways, and this is by far my favorite. Naturally sweet, warm, creamy, and…
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