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This is a super dense mousse with very little sugar but a lot of flavor!
This rich and creamy pudding is full of healthy fats, lots of minerals, and pretty low in sugar.
These are full of protein and good-for-you nutrients from the grass fed gelatin.
These dense muffins are full of great nutrients, and pretty tasty too!
These are just like my other paleo energy bite recipe, except more chocolate, and this time with dried goji berries and protein!
These energy bites have just a tiny bit of sugar, but lots of flavor. Delish!
These are intense, bitter, and yet smooth, creamy and delicious!
These are delicious and Christmas-y.. they've been in my family for years!
This is a not-so-sweet version of those 'energy chunks' you sometimes see in health stores. Quite delicious, but perhaps an acquired taste!
These are a great way to use up an extra beer or a 'fallen soldier' that didn't get drunk. Make sure to not use a beer whose taste you don't like, because the muffins will taste like the beer a bit too.
This 'fudge' is bitter and smooth - not for those with a sweet tooth! If you want to take the edge off of the unsweetened chocolate, add a little maple syrup, honey, or molasses. It is full of antioxidents and for me is the perfect snack, without the guilt or heaviness of real fudge!
This chocolate bar is 90% dark chocolate - very intense!
This not-so-sweet treat is made with puffed quinoa and just a few other ingredients. Super easy and tasty.
This cake is easy to make, easy to bake, and is done in about 20 minutes! It's packed with protein and fiber, with very little sugar.
This uses fresh pumpkin puree. Roast a pumpkin at 400º until a fork inserts easily; scoop out pumpkin meat and blend until smooth; let hang in a cheesecloth for an hour until all the excess liquid drains. It should be about the same consistency as canned pumpkin, but tastes so much better!
Homemade yogurt won't save you time, but it will save you money. You can buy a gallon of really good organic or local milk for less than $10, and you end up with a gallon of yogurt, whereas a gallon of good organic local yogurt would probably cost upwards of $30.
These cookies basically have everything and anything in them - dried fruit, chocolate chips, dried coconut, whatever strikes your fancy!
This makes one large or two small cupcakes. Enjoy!
The flavor in this cake is really great! It has less sugar and butter than the original recipe called for, but the chocolate chips definitely make up for it. I also served it with homemade whipped cream, which was pretty delicious!
A less sweet blueberry crisp with lots of flavor!