Do you love chocolate? Yeah, me too. But I also don't love buying chocolate and seeing sugar as the first listed ingredient. Apart from that, it always feels great to make something completely from scratch. Have you ever tried making your own chocolate? If not, give this recipe a try and let me know what you think!
Cookie dough is the ultimate comfort food. And it's usually high in refined sugar and refined flour. Although it's absolutely possible to enjoy treats like that occasionally and still reach your fitness goals, I've always enjoyed creating "healthified" versions of my favourite "treat" foods. Just because it's fun! The chickpeas in this recipe give you a good amount of plant based protein, and all the sweetness comes from just five fresh dates.
If you like chocolate ice cream, you need to try this recipe! It's dairy and refined sugar free and tastes like the real deal. Apart from that, it's also very easy to make and doesn't require an ice cream maker. There's nothing stopping you!
These chocolate mousse almond bites taste a little bit like a healthier version of Ferrero Rocher. Give them a try and let me know what you think!
Make these layered heart biscuits for yourself or a loved one if you feel like a special treat! They're almost too pretty to eat, but taste amazing too.
If you like matcha, chai flavour and chocolate, and if you would like to try something a little experimental, this "chocolate" bark recipe is for you!
Banana and chocolate aways works, and because I think it's important to still enjoy food while trying to eat healthy, I created this healthier version of banana chocolate chip pancakes that I'm sure you'll enjoy!
There's nothing quite like a warming cup of hot chocolate when it's cold outside. Unfortunately, most store bought hot chocolate powders are packed with added sugar which, as we know, isn't exactly great for our health. As an alternative, you can try the hot chocolate recipe below which uses banana and dates for sweetening!
Now I'm not saying that this is a new idea or that I invented this one; it's been around forever! The reason I'm still posting this recipe is that it's one of my absolute favourites, and it will also be used as part of other recipes that I will be posting later on, so you can look this one up for reference.