Psssssttt….you can make these two cookies if you are craving some without having a huge tray of yummy cookies staring you in the face all day long. If self control with sweets can sometimes be a problem for you, this recipe is the solution! Yeah, it may be a bit of work, but it’s likely all things you already have on hand and it’ll come together quick. So quick, maybe no one will even realize you made them, so you can eat both. Your secret is safe with us.
A MUST try recipe that makes everyone happy! Kids and adults all love this nutrient packed power ball, that truly has the flavors of your favorite cookie. Great as a power snack before a workout, a post workout snack, or a healthy snack to give your kids. You can make a big batch of these and freeze them.
What can we say? Our team loves their cookies! This one was brought to us by Trainer Christine and has a totally unexpected ingredient: sweet potatoes! Trust us, totally worth the risk and add these ingredients to your list to make this cookies this week!
When rhubarb season hits, it hits HARD. And as much as the flavor of strawberry and rhubarb go together, this recipe takes another spin on what to do with all that rhubarb. Rhubarb is anti-inflammatory, good for digestion, and has loads of calcium and antioxidants in it. Diced it up and throw it into a nice little coffee cake, with lots of cinnamon and a pecan topping that’ll make your house smell oh so cozy and wonderful as it bakes.
The ULTIMATE food swap is happening with this blondie recipe. Instead of the traditional flour, butter, sugar combo to get these tasty treats made, this recipe uses chickpeas as its secret ingredient. Chickpeas are high in fiber, iron, and helps detoxify your body. Also, instead of refined sugar it is sweetened with pure maple syrup, and uses oats instead of flour. These melt in your mouth and go quick. Like real quick. You may want to go ahead and just double the recipe now. Seriously though, these are legit. Tiny bites of goodness! These are inspired by the Chocolate Covered Katie Blog.
When out of buttermilk one day, a swap of kefir (since it shares that nice bitterness quality) created this gluten free pancake recipe and a household favorite was born! Contrary to the name may imply, buckwheat is in fact gluten free. Kefir is chock full of probiotics which are gut friendly and will aid in digestion and really ups the health factor for these pancakes. We love using Kerrygold butter which is grassfed – awesome if you can find it! – and you can top these with a little more butter and pure maple syrup, some warmed up strawberries, heated almond butter, you name it!
It’s great to have a few go-to make at home, grab and go options to quickly and efficiently fuel up with some superfoods. You can only eat so many RX bars before you start craving a different texture for those days you just gotta run and eat on the go! This is a super simple power ball recipe with one step, just throw everything in the food processor, process until smooth, and make it into balls. The 5 C’s are: coconut oil, chia seeds, cacao powder, chlorella powder, and cinnamon.
If you love pumpkin pie, but don’t want to make, nor eat a whole pie, these single serve pumpkin pie’s are your new best friend. They are super simple to make, and will satisfy your sweet tooth, all the while still packing an excellent nutritional punch from the pumpkin.