This may look like a healthy, power breakfast (which it definitely can be), but I tend to enjoy this Warm Blackberry Yogurt Bowl as an after dinner treat. There’s something so sweet and satisfying about warm blackberries over chilled yogurt. With the addition of bananas and sliced almonds, this is a delicious dessert that you can enjoy without any guilt.
Another dessert to satisfy my cravings! This Coconut Vanilla Cake is a nice, quick and easy (healthy) sweet treat. I love that the cake is moist and airy. Topping it with coconut and yogurt gives it that extra something special.
I adore making desserts with my kids….it’s one of my favorite things to do. They of course have their favorites, and this one happens to be one for my 6-year-old son.
This Apple Peach Crumble is dairy-free and gluten-free, making it a guilt-free dessert that’s easy on the tummy. It’s also fun to make and done in less than 30 minutes (a must for keeping the kids involved and interested).
Watch the video below to see the easy how-to steps for making the Apple Peach Crumble.
It’s hard to believe that these three simple ingredients can turn into a beautiful, healthy dessert in almost no time. I love making these brownies with my kids – minimal ingredients and no baking makes it easy, with almost-instant gratification. Of course the best part of the process is eating them :)
When I have some free time to explore new recipes, I often find myself creating a healthy sweet treat. There is no denying that I am a chocoholic. This dessert is wheat free, but is so decadent and yummy!
As you can see from the video, the cake is made so easily and quickly. For more videos like this, visit (and subscribe) to my YouTube channel. And for the full recipe, see below.
Although this recipe does contain some sugar and dairy, it is still a healthy wheat-free dessert option. The zesty lemon citrus hits the spot and the grab-and-go nature of the bars is perfect for an after noon snack or post-dinner dessert.
By using all-purpose white flour alternatives (like rice flour and coconut flour) you can create a gluten-free crave-worthy dessert. These Blondies may be just what you need to satisfy that sweet-tooth without going overboard.
These wheat- and dairy-free cookies are the perfect balance of sweet and tart. Although I prefer them for a mid-day snack or after dinner treat, the healthy ingredients make them a perfect choice for breakfast as well.
I’ve always found cooking to be more enjoyable when I get everything ready in advance this way I’m not constantly running back and forth between my pantry and kitchen cabinets. If you cook or bake regularly, I’m sure you’ve heard the term “mise en place” which means everything in its place. It truly helps even the most seasoned cook.
After looking over my recipe I gather all the tools I need and then proceed to measure out all the ingredients. Doing so may dirty a few more dishes but the added ease this method brings is worth it.
I love these cookies, especially this time of year when I tend to crave the sweet (yet tart) treats. These definitely satisfy the cravings while still leaving me feeling light.
Who doesn’t love pumpkin this time of year? Everywhere you look there are pumpkin flavored coffees, cookies, pies, breads and pastries. I even saw pumpkin ice cream featured at my local supermarket.
Although it’s easy to find pumpkin flavored treats everywhere, it can be difficult to find healthy versions of your favorites. This wheat- and dairy-free Pumpkin Bread is not only healthy but it will also satisfy your holiday pumpkin cravings. The walnuts and raisins provide some great texture while the glaze drizzle makes this bread a showstopper for holiday parties and family gatherings.
The best thing about these gluten-free oatmeal crisps is that they take practically no time to make. This perfectly sweet snack can be made in under 20 minutes and will satisfy your dessert craving.