Tag Archives: healthy snacks

Chocolate Banana Brownies (paleo!)

Fudgy, soft and rich. Yet light and nutritious? Yes!! This healthy spin on the classic brownie recipe will leave you hitting the sweet spot on your cravings...with zero guilt. Just a few ingredients come together easily in a blender and bake up a batch of chocolate brownies sweetened with only bananas and dates. Free of gluten, grains, dairy, nuts and refined sugars... but full of decadent...

Vanilla Chia Pudding

Creamy and dreamy. Healthy and nourishing. Chockfull of protein, fibre and good fats from the chia seeds and filled with metabolism-boosting properties from the coconut oil. This guilt-free pudding makes for a healthy breakfast, snack or dessert, any time of day! No refined sugars are used as this silky treat is sweetened only with dates and a touch of pure maple syrup. Bonus: it requires no...

Quick Apple Breakfast Muffins (paleo!)

Most quick breakfasts include refined starches, lots of sugar and preservatives - cereals, bagels, muffins - a sure way to leave us crashing later in the day, starved of nutrients, craving sweets and binging on unwanted calories. Here's a recipe that does none of that! Simple to make, these grain-free muffins are soft and delightfully nourishing, sweetened with unrefined maple syrup and spiked with...

Gingerbread Cookies (flourless!)

This is holiday baking...redefined! Full of soft-baked decadence and holiday spice, but free of flour, gluten, dairy, refined sugar, and guilt. Yes!! These gingerbread cookies are sure to satisfy your cravings for holiday treats all season long. Using chickpeas in place of flour makes these healthy holiday indulgences high in fibre, grain-free and protein-packed.

 

A nut-free version is  available below allowing these cookies to be...

Vanilla Waffles (gluten-free!)

We are introducing waffles to the healthy breakfast scene... with a nutritional makeover of course! These soft, vanilla-scented waffles are bursting with nutrients from the ingredients used: coconut flour and almond butter are high in healthy fats and fibre and using extra eggs provides additional protein. The additional fats, fibre and protein will have us fuelled and energized long after breakfast is over, and...