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1. Chocolate Fruit and Nut Fudge Cups
Source: Chocolate Fruit and Nut Fudge Cups
These little beauties were inspired by fruit-and-nut chocolate bars. I also love all things fudge so I combined the two in these decadent yet healthy, vegan, gluten-free fudge cups. Make these rich, double layered fudge bites into whatever shapes you like. These Chocolate Fruit and Nut Fudge Cups by Amy Lanza are great for desserts, and you will be popping into the fridge for another one!
2. Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies
Source: Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies
By taking the same basic ingredients of granola, you can create these Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies by Carol Clayton that satisfies just like a traditional cookie.
3. Springtime Asparagus
Source: Springtime Asparagus
This Springtime Asparagus by Lola Till is filled with flavor!
4. Homemade Copy-Cat Cerelac
Source: Homemade Copy-Cat Cerelac
This Homemade Copy-Cat Cerelac by Sara Oliveira is creamy, quick to prepare and without all the extraneous ingredients that store-bought has. It is quite adaptable and can use other types of rice other than white rice or even quinoa or millet. You can also use pear instead of apple, although the taste and texture will be a little different.
5. Fresh and Healthy Blueberry Muffins
Source: Fresh and Healthy Blueberry Muffins
Packed with wholesome ingredients, these muffins are great at breakfast or as a mid-day snack. No need to add any sugar because when it comes to sweetness, the blueberries and maple syrup do all the work. These Fresh and Healthy Blueberry Muffins by Julie Zimmer are moist, they’re healthy and they’re bursting with blueberries!
6. Almond Milk
Source: Almond Milk
Almond milk contains no cholesterol or lactose and due to its nutritional content, it is the best alternative for those who have an intolerance to dairy products or soy products. This Almond Milk by Taryn Fitz-Gerald also contains calcium, which is required for maintaining and forming teeth and healthy bones.
7. Coconut Milkshakes and Cookies
Source: Coconut Milkshakes and Cookies
This is a fun and indulgent treat that also nourishes your body with healthy and wholesome ingredients, like oats, coconut, and nuts. The milkshakes are a more natural alternative to the sugary, artificially colored and flavored milkshakes, made with only chilled coconut milk, liquid sweetener, and leftover cookie filling to pair perfectly with each cookie. This Coconut Milkshakes and Cookies by Kelly Farrier is the perfect summer treat to get kids involved in the kitchen or just to treat yourself.
8. Pistachio Cake
Source: Pistachio Cake
This Pistachio Cake by Gabrielle St. Claire is amazing in every way. It has good-for-you ingredients like pistachios and spinach, is easy to make, and doesn’t require any fancy devices! With its subtle green color and almond glaze, it also looks absolutely beautiful! The pistachio topping adds a lovely texture to the soft cake and looks beautiful, too! Despite the short list of ingredients and minimal sugar, this pistachio cake bursts with flavor. It’s so delicious, you’ll want to make it over and over. Keep it in your kitchen to satisfy your sweet tooth or bring it to your next get-together.
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Lead Image: Chocolate Fruit and Nut Fudge Cups by Amy Lanza