Not that long ago our friends’ second son was born. This meant a welcome party for a new family member. For that occasion, I’ve prepared chocolate cupcakes with blueberry jam filling. They turned out marvelous. All guests were very impressed. What’s more, they were really surprised when they learnt it was a much healthier version of this popular sweet treat.
Today I have for you super easy, 2 ingredients only, delicious mango yoghurt popsicles. Can there be anything better than a tropical heaven during hot days? No? So don’t wait, let’s make the amazing ice cream!
Recently I came up with an idea to make cupcakes and decorate them like mini cakes 😉 I had some bananas, grounded almonds and buckwheat flour. I’ve added few eggs, spices and the experiment turned into quite cool cupcakes 🙂
Halva always was one of our favourite sweet treat, which we truly missed after moving to Sydney. Unfortunately, it is not as popular here in Australia. Fortunately, the recipe for homemade halva turned out to be dead simple.
Gummies are one of our favourite ideas for a dessert. They are delicious and healthy! Recipe inside.
Not that long ago, before I’ve been diagnosed with autoimmune disease, one of my passions was baking sweets, especially cakes and cupcakes. The additional fun was to decorate them. And apparently, I was quite good in it 😉 Chocolate cupcakes were one of my first healthy experimental creations I’ve managed to make. In addition, very successful 🙂
It looks like it is a common misunderstanding, that transitioning to healthy diet means saying bye bye to sweet treats. The key to success here is to carefully choose the healthier and more stomach friendly options. Healthy eating means being conscious of what you eat. That’s why the easiest and most of the times, the cheapest way is to make treats by yourself.
One of my favourite things in the kitchen is creating sweet treats. So, when it turns out it can also be healthy and give my body huge amount of goodness, then preparing them is even more enjoyable. Today, the superfood I use in my recipe is a gelatin.
Usually most traditional jams contain sugar. However when you bite into a fresh fruit, do you feel you need to add any sweetener? Don’t you just like eating the fruit as it is? I do 🙂 That is why I decided to create my own version of sugar-free jam. In the recipe I used blueberries, but wild blueberries will work as well. You can use it to top porridges, scones, yoghurt and even cakes.
Recently everyone from my college class was asked to bring something to eat for the last day of the course. I’m studying nutritional therapies so without a doubt it needed to be super healthy. Of course being me, I’ve started preparing it in a very last minute. Unfortunately it turned out that my pantry was rather short of ingredients. I found only millet, nuts, milk, flour and desiccated coconut. Result? Healthy rafaello!