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    The original of this recipe was posted by Michelle of peachy palate here: http://peachypalate.com/2013/08/04/a-tart-to-be-proud-of/ Ive modified it quite a bit and really love how easy it is to make and how great it tastes. The health aspect is great, too. I hope youll love this as much as we do! If you use gluten-free oats, this recipe is gluten free.

    Recipe #505478

    This is the cakiest mug cake Ive ever made and so easy, too. The original comes from kirbie's amazing blog: kirbiescravings.com, but Ive modified it a bit. I hope youll enjoy this as much as we do!

    Recipe #500075

    These crumbly, thick and yummy cookies are a snap to make, full of nutrients and can easily be veganised. You can make endless variations of these by using different types of nut butters and flours. You could also add in up to 1/4 c up chopped nuts, choc chips or dried fruits. I hope youll enjoy these as much as we do!

    Recipe #497005

    The inspiration for this lovely and kinda healthy banana bread comes from the blog http://www.familyfreshcooking.com/2011/01/13/banana-almond-snack-cake-recipe/. I like the use of cornmeal as it gives the bread a heartier texture. This is more of a bread than a cake, so keep that in mind if youre looking for a cake more than a bread. Please note: I like my banana breads without added sugar, but feel free to add 1/4 c or so if you like your breads sweeter.

    Recipe #496835

    This is such a cool twist on cake pops and oreo truffles if you ask me. I found the idea for this on this blog: www.inquiringchef.com/2013/02/14/chocolate-dipped-banana-bread-truffles/. Feel free to use your favourite banana bread, but keep in mind that the chocolate makes the truffles sweet, so dont use one that has loads of added sugar. This recipe easily doubles or triples for larger batches.

    Recipe #496818

    The original of this recipe can be found on the blog http://minimalistbaker.com/vegan-everything-breakfast-cookies/, but I have modified it a bit here and there. The result is a chunky, sturdy, soft and filling oatmeal cookie that I thought was great for a healthy breakfast. I hope you do, too. :)

    Recipe #490103

    This is an autumnal version of the ever so popular oreo truffle. It is spicy, pumpkiny and just super yummy. I hope youll like it!

    Recipe #490068

    This recipe makes for a rich, dark sturdy brownie that has an intense chocolate smell and flavour. The original comes from this fabulous blog http://www.ohladycakes.com/2012/04/bite-size-brownies.html. Using margarine and a vegan chocolate this can easily be veganised.

    Recipe #490067

    This is my spin on recipe #287494. I reduced the sugar quite a bit and played around with some of the other ingredients. The end result was a crunchy, sweet, yummy and sturdy cookie that I enjoyed a lot! I hope you will, too!

    Recipe #490066

    This recipe is amazing. Seriously, I am in love with this pie. It is so creamy, chocolatey and for a chocolate pie rather good for you. YUM! The original comes from Kathy's amazing blog (http://kblog.lunchboxbunch.com/2009/11/double-dark-chocolate-mousse-pie.html), but Ive made some changes.

    Recipe #489306

    This recipe was adapted from Kathy's Easy Vegan Peanut Banana Pudding (http://kblog.lunchboxbunch.com/2012/04/easy-vegan-peanut-butter-pudding.html). It is so yummy, feels like youre eating a decadent treat, but is so healthy at the same time. I love it and I hope you will, too!

    Recipe #489305

    These muffins are very easy to make and taste so good. They feature a bold mix of exotic flavours and come out dense and brownie like. There is a little twist to them, too. I usually make my own cake mix reducing both the amount of sugar and salt, so feel free to do that, too.

    Recipe #479395

    The original idea for this great recipe comes from katie's awesome blog chocolatecoveredkatie.com. It is healthy, filling and very satisfying, so I hope youll enjoy it, too. :)

    Recipe #479293

    The original idea for this wonderful healthy dessert/snack comes from the blog runningtothekitchen.com, but I have changed it up quite a bit. I hope youll enjoy this as much as we do!

    Recipe #479292

    My sis and me threw this together one night for dinner and loved it. It has a slight asian twist to it and is a snap to make, too. I hope youll enjoy this as much as we do!

    Recipe #478944

    This recipe is genius! It is creamy, indulgent and still on the healthy side. YUM! This tastes best after it has had time to chill, so plan ahead. Im sure it would make a great breakfast, too. ;)

    Recipe #478943

    This is my take on the famous biscoff spread. It is a healthier approach to an indulgent treat and I hope youll like it.

    Recipe #478942

    This recipe comes from a very nice blog called cupcakesandkalechips.com. Ive modified it a bit to suit my taste even more, though. It is a dessert hummus and tastes sooo good. It gives you all those classic pb&j flavours but is so much better for you. I love it! :)

    Recipe #478941

    This is another wonderful, yummy (I would even say indulgent) bean-based dip. It resembles oatmeal cookies and is so versatile, you can really make it your own. The best thing is, you can eat a whole post of this and dont have to feel guilty, because there are so many good for you nutrients in this. :)

    Recipe #478240

    This super easy and quick to make soda bread tastes lovely and is the perfect accompaniement to soup or stew or some hearty cheese. I like that there is neither sugar nor fat in this recipe and it still comes out moist and yummy.

    Recipe #478237

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