These Sea Salt Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Bites are the perfect healthy snack to munch on all year long! Made with creamy peanut butter and all natural maple syrup or honey, these peanut butter bites are a wholesome treat that satisfies your sweet tooth without a ton of excess sugar. They pack a punch of fiber with the addition of gluten-free oats and chia seeds, and the chocolate chips and crunchy sea salt on top add a whole new level of deliciousness. Make a batch of these little bites to keep in your fridge or freezer and you’ll always have a healthy snack option ready to go!Read More
This dreamy creamy honey roasted peanut butter is absolutely delicious and made with only 3 simple ingredients. This homemade peanut butter will save you money and you can control exactly what’s in it. If you’ve never made your own nut butter at home, this simple peanut butter recipe is the one to try. It’s so easy and packed full of honey roasted flavor that the whole family will love!Read More
This Dairy-Free Basil Spinach Pesto recipe is incredibly easy and perfect for the warm summer months when there is more basil than you even know what to do with. This flavorful sauce is the perfect addition to pasta, a delicious spread on sandwiches, and can even be used as the base of a delicious chicken salad. This recipe leaves out the dairy, packs a nutritious punch with the addition of spinach, and literally takes only a few minutes to make in your food processor. The next time you have some extra basil be sure to whip up a batch of this easy dairy-free basil spinach pesto and keep it in your fridge!Read More
This Healthy Broccoli Salad is the perfect summer side dish. Crisp broccoli, crunchy sunflower seeds, sweet cranberries, and smokey bacon all come together in this delicious recipe. The sweet and tangy dressing uses a high quality mayo and all natural maple syrup for a healthier twist on a classic side. Serve this broccoli salad at your next BBQ or party. Your whole family will love this simple yet flavorful recipe!Read More
This Buffalo Chicken Spinach Artichoke dip is the perfect combination of everyone’s two favorite dips. Buffalo chicken and spinach artichoke dips come together to make a dip that is incredibly creamy, flavorful, and completely dairy-free and keto. With just a little bit of prep and around a 30 minute cook time, this healthy spin on a comfort food classic is exactly what you need in your life. Pair this easy dip with fresh celery, carrots, and your favorite tortilla chips for the perfect appetizer at your next party, girl’s night, or BBQ!Read More
Have you ever tried to make your own candy at home? Some things like caramel can be a bit tricky, but some of your favorites, like nut butter cups, may be a lot easier than you think. I’m all about recreating healthier versions of my favorite store bought treats at home and nut butter cups are always at the top of my list.Read More
Dark chocolate (insert nut butter of choice) cups are some of my favorite treats in this whole wide world. Chocolate and nut butter go together like PB & J in book. They were absolutely made for each other.Read More
These healthy oatmeal chocolate chip breakfast cookies are made with just a few real, whole food ingredients. They’re basically oatmeal baked into the form of a cookie and I think we can all get on board with that. These oatmeal chocolate chip cookies are naturally sweetened with mashed banana and maple syrup. Plus, they’re completely dairy-free, vegan, and packed with whole grains and protein to set you up for the ultimate success in the morning.Read More
To be honest y’all, I never thought I’d be the kind of girl who made her own nut butter. I’m a huge believer in making things from scratch, but nut butter just seemed too intimidating and complicated to me.Read More
Ahhhhhh, chia seed pudding. I’m not really a sweets for breakfast kind of girl (team savory all the way), but if there is one sweet-ish recipe that I can pretty much always eat for breakfast, it’s chia seed pudding. It just never gets old to me. It’s also such a perfect meal prep recipe so it’s a win-win!Read More
It’s finally here! SMOOTHIE SEASON! Smoothies are the unofficial drink of the spring/summer and I’m so excited to share today’s post all about pre-made smoothie jars with you. These make-ahead smoothie jars combine two great ways to save time and still eat healthy - meal prep and a nutritious smoothie.Read More
This Creamy Vanilla Cashew Butter is so easy to make and the perfect snack! Try it with sliced apples for a delicious healthy treat!Read More
These easy Southwest Style Sweet Potato Wedges with Guacamole are the perfect appetizer, game-day bite, or healthy snack. This combination is full of flavor and made with only real-food ingredients!Read More
Healthy, easy, gluten free banana nut breakfast muffins!Read More
Sometimes, you just need a good smoothie. Nine times out of ten, when I decide to whip up a smoothie, it’s the same combination of fruit, nut butter, and my favorite protein powder. It’s nothing fancy, but it’s my favorite and it comes out great every single time.
I usually don’t do smoothies as a full meal replacement, but there are times where nothing else sounds good and I just go with it. The trick to not feeling hungry after you drink a smoothie is to make sure that it’s packed with enough protein and healthy fats.
Most smoothies are just fruit and juice which can leave you feeling hungry and even a little sick after you drink them. Even though you may be drinking it, your smoothie still needs to be a balanced combination of healthy fats, protein, and carbohydrates. A balance of all three of those things will leave you feeling great!
This Almond Butter and Jelly Smoothie has a healthy balance of healthy fat from the almond butter and coconut milk, carbohydrates from the fruit, and protein from your favorite protein powder. Go ahead and give this a try for breakfast one day this week!Read More
t’s almost Super Bowl time! I won’t even pretend to know anything about football or what teams made it to the big game this year. I’ll keep it 100 percent real with y’all and let you know that when it comes to the Super Bowl, I’m only here for the snacks. That’s it.
Anyone else immediately think of that when they hear anything about chia seeds or chia pudding?
Keeping this post short and sweet today because the recipe pretty much speaks for itself. Chocolate Almond Butter Chia Pudding…can you say delicious?Read More
This yummy drink gives you all the flavors of fall on ice!Read More
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This easy stovetop popcorn is 10x better than the microwaved version could ever be.Read More