My inspiration for these chocolates are the Purdy’s Tiger Butter chocolate, which is a chocolate marbled with peanut butter. My recipe contains no milk ingredients though, is naturally-sweetened, and can be made raw. It is also naturally gluten-free and contains only 4 ingredients. Continue reading “Raw Chocolate Peanut Butter Squares”
My husband has been asking me all week to make some granola, so this is what he got. He was snacking on macadamia nuts when I was starting my test kitchen, so I figured that they would make a great addition to the usual recipe I make, but with a few tweaks. Continue reading “Coconut Macadamia Nut Granola Bark”
Lately, I’ve been on an overnight oats kick. I love it because it keeps me full for my morning run and provides me with so many nutrients. Before I started making my own almond milk, I wasn’t a huge fan of overnight oats. I swear it tastes so much better and is creamier when you use homemade almond milk, so if you have the time and ingredients, please try making it. Plus, if you make it yourself, you don’t have all of those other added ingredients.
This white chocolate chips are easy to make and contain no dairy. You could use any powdered sugar of your choice too. Continue reading “White Chocolate Chips (vegan, gluten-free, raw)”
I’ve been trying to create more raw and naturally-sweetened recipes for those of you who have a sweet tooth like me. These brownies use dates as a sweetener and use nuts instead of flour. They are gluten-free if you require that. Continue reading “Raw Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies”
My kids will occasionally ask me to make cupcakes, which is another way of just asking for permission to eat loads and loads of frosting and maybe a nibble of the cake. I prefer them not to make a meal of just sugar and butter, so I try to find alternatives that still allow them to eat those treats. Continue reading “Naturally-Sweetened Chocolate Avocado Frosting”