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.
Perfect for those mornings when you want a rich and gooey cinnamon roll but you haven’t got time to run out to Cinnamon and you don’t want to eat your week’s worth of calories in one meal. This healthy cinnamon roll overnight oats recipe is easy to make, quick to prepare and tastes delicious. Seriously, if you close your eyes and eat a spoonful of soft, gooey oats sprinkled with sweet cinnamon, you’ll think you really are having breakfast at Cinnabon!
Throw away any other healthy avocado black bean recipe you’ve got right now because you’re never going to need it ever again. These brownies are the most intensely chocolatey and unbelievably fudgy brownies in existence. Plus they’re totally flourless, gluten-free, healthy, vegan and loaded with protein!
Popsicles for breakfast on a healthy eating blog? That’s right! Although it might sound like a really unhealthy thing to have for breakfast, these breakfast popsicles are really nutritious and good for you! Loaded with protein-packed Greek yogurt, wholesome fiber-filled granola and oodles of anti-oxidants from the mixture of berries, these breakfast popsicles will keep you going until lunchtime and will satisfy all you foodies who have a sweet tooth first thing in the morning.
I want to introduce you to my new favourite thing in the world. It’s deliciously sweet, wonderfully creamy, goes well with pretty much everything (as well as on its own!) and it’s even pretty good for you. That’s right – it’s coconut butter! I’d seen coconut oil on sale in my local supermarket for a couple of months, but the super-high price tag meant I’d never actually jumped into the deep end and bought a jar of the stuff.