A very flavorful raw-vegan alternative to the usual hummus, made with sprouts loaded with nutrition! *I did not create this recipe, it comes from sproutpeople.org. I found it so good that I'd like to share it with more people. I changed it by adding a lot less white pepper and salt than their original recipe.
These tasty crunchy bites take only 5 minutes to make. They are highly customizeable and a blast for kids to make. Although there is peanut butter included, the flavor is very subtle. Another recipe from my crazy experiments in the kitchen!
These easy-to-make chocolate bites are all about melting as you eat them! They do not last long at room temperature - Keep them in the freezer if you want them to be a little harder. Well... They don't last long in general! These are addictive healthy treats. The recipe is kid friendly and each bite comes to about 50 calories each.
A deliciously thick and creamy smoothie made with 3 simple ingredients, ready in 3 quick minutes! What's more, this recipe is vegan and contains no added sugars. Make sure to use ripe bananas and unsalted peanut butter! I like to use rice milk but other milks like soy and dairy are fine. Another recipe from my crazy experiments in the kitchen!
Soft healthful gluten-free cookies made with simple ingredients, with a heavy richness from roasted almond butter, lots of raisins and a bit of maple syrup. They are my staple break-time snack for work and freeze very well. Each cookie comes out to about 125 calories each.
An amazingly flavorful, creamy frozen yogurt without the need of an icecream machine. This coconut banana frozen dessert is one of my best frozen creations from the kitchen! It's important to use a thick coconut yogurt, greek-style, like Liberte's thick Mediterranean coconut yogurt, and that your banana be very ripe!
Whole wheat flour & oat cookies loaded with chocolatey goodness! These delectable big soft 200-calorie vegan cookies have been named 'favorite cookie' by quite a lot of people I've made them for, which makes me proud of this creation. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
Tasty but not too sweet, these whole wheat cupcakes are great for breakfast or as a snack. They can be baked as muffins but tend to be on the verge of sogginess inside - they bake better as cupcakes (if you only have a regular-sized muffin pan, put less batter in each cup than usual to make smaller muffins). I made slight modifications to this recipe that I found on someone's blog, who made slight modifications to a recipe they found on someone else's blog, who... and on and on.
These make great breakfast muffins – Not overwhelmingly sweet but sweet enough, satisfying and filling, loaded with nuts and raisins, plus honey, orange juice and carrots for extra oumph. This seems to be quite a flexible recipe.