These brownies are fudgy and delicious, higher in protein than a regular brownie and vegan to boot. They’re still a treat food though. A very, delicious, chocolatey, fudgy treat food. And they have a secret ingredient.
Want to have tasty things to eat over the weekend and into the week ahead? I’ve got you covered with this collection of healthier sweet treats. All of these recipes contain no or little refined sugar, are low in the unrefined alternatives and are full of flavour. I’ve made the list in order of easiest to most difficult in terms of skill and effort. At the very bottom you’ll find a new twist on my maple lemon tarts – this time with raspberry chia jam as well!
These muffins are simple and tasty and full of things that are good for you too. I kind of think about them as a more portable banana bread as they’re super similar in flavour and texture but you can just grab one and head out the door, no slicing required.
Some nights you just don’t feel finished with your meal unless you have dessert right? These chocolate laced options will have your sweet tooth feeling as satisfied as your body.
An easy to make ahead recipe for those mornings when you’re going to have to eat on the go. These muffins are full of protein, fibre and antioxidants thanks to the key ingredients, making them a great start to your day.
YUMMMMMM! Carrot cake, but healthy? Yes please! I am a big carrot cake fan (thus these carrot cake waffles) and also a big bliss balls fan. These guys came about as a treat to take on the plane with me and a way to use a carrot I had left in the fridge.
If you hadn’t guessed yet chocolate and peanut butter is one of my favourite combinations. You can see this in this smoothie, this cheesecake slice and lots of other things I’ve forgotten to mention. I’m also all about skillet cookies for dessert at the moment, this is the third time I’ve made one in as many weeks. It’s becoming an issue.