Super light, fluffy and (dare I say it?) moist chocolate cupcakes piled high with the creamiest, dreamiest chocolate frosting ever. I swear, these chocolate zucchini cupcakes taste so good you’ll never bother with ordinary cupcakes ever again. And the best part of it all is that they’re healthy! Yes, healthy chocolate cupcakes are now a thing. Enjoy!
Sweet, crunchy chocolate nests loaded up with yummy mini Easter eggs, these cookies will soon become your new favorite Easter activity at your house! You only need four ingredients to make them and the steps are so simple that even kids can help out. Ready to start a new Easter tradition? Then carry on reading to find out how to make chocolate nests for Easter.
It’s got all the thick, gooey texture of cookie dough. All the wonderful chocolate flecks of cookie dough. And if you squint a bit, it kind of looks like cookie dough, too. But it’s not cookie dough. It’s healthy chocolate chip cookie dough overnight oats! The more nutritious and slightly more grown-up version to eating raw cookie dough straight from the bowl.
Sometimes there’s no getting around it: you need a chocolate cupcake. You could go out to the bakery and buy a cupcake, but with all the frosting, that could be like 600 calories. You could make a batch of skinny cupcakes, but most recipes make at least 12, and a dozen cupcakes is something no one should ever be left alone with. So what’s a hungry chocolate-lover to do? Make a single-serving healthy chocolate cupcake for one, that’s what!
Every now and then even the healthiest people in the world want something rich, indulgent and naughty for breakfast. The next time you feel like grabbing a slice of leftover cheesecake (I’m sceptical such a thing as leftover cheesecake exists, but in some fridges it does…apparently) or a handful of cookies for your morning meal, make these black forest overnight oats instead. Loaded with rich dark chocolate and sweet, juicy cherries, this honestly tastes more like an indulgent dessert than a healthy breakfast!