It wouldn’t be Easter without carrot cake. And with this healthy carrot cake recipe, you can indulge in dessert without feeling guilty in the slightest. The whole cake comes in at just 200 calories and there’s a microwave version as well as an oven version. So whether you want a traditional single-serving dessert or a quick-as-can-be mug cake, I’ve got you covered![Read more…]
Looking for a quick and easy healthy breakfast recipe that works equally well for a leisurely weekend brunch and a speedy on-the-go weekday breakfast? Then these healthy hash brown cups are for you. They’ve got a light and fluffy quiche-like centre, crispy hash brown base, nutritionally-packed broccoli filling and melted cheddar cheese topping. Yum, right?[Read more…]
What would happen if a dense and fudgy chocolate brownie had a baby with a light and fluffy chocolate brownie? These healthy pumpkin brownies! Magically, they’re the perfect blend of fudgy and fluffy at the same time and come in at just 85 calories each for a great big brownie. After just one bite of chocolatey deliciousness, you’ll never make another healthy brownie recipe ever again, I promise.
A great big brownie that’s like a decadent, fluffy chocolate cake on the outside and amazingly rich chocolate fudge on the inside is going to have a seriously high calorie count, right? Nope. By making just a couple of simple ingredient substitutions using everyday ingredients, you can dig into a fabulous single-serving healthy mug brownie for just 100 calories. After one bite, you’ll never want to eat any other dessert ever again!
Forget about buying chemical-laced peanut butter from the store. And forget about spending big bucks to buy fancy organic peanut butter from health food stores made with no nasties. With this healthy peanut butter recipe, you’re armed with everything you need to make wonderfully sweet, salty, smooth peanut butter at home in just 1 minute. Once you try homemade peanut butter, you’ll wish you started making it sooner!