Healthy recipes that even the young ones will enjoy.
These wonderful gluten free blueberry muffins are fragrant and fluffy and just as good as wheat flour blueberry muffins. Since almond flour is not as absorbent as wheat flour, I use fewer blueberries in these gluten free blueberry muffins than I would use in wheat muffins. Click for the recipe
These frozen treats are creamy, delicious, very healthy and easy to make. They contain berries, vanilla, ripe banana (for sweetness and creaminess) and coconut oil (for creaminess and a faint coconutty flavor). No added sugar whatsoever, although you could add 2 tablespoons honey if you wish. These frozen treats make a great dessert, but since they are so wholesome, I often serve them as an afternoon snack. Click for the recipe
Delicious chocolate cupcakes with peanut butter frosting – a classic combination for sure. The cupcakes are gluten free and made with coconut flour; the frosting is creamy and fluffy and made with cream cheese and powdered peanut butter. It’s not very sweet, but when combined with the cupcakes, it’s perfect. Click for the recipe
Moist, fluffy and coconutty, this gluten free coconut cake is a real treat and one of those happy instances where you sacrifice nothing in terms of a baked good’s texture by avoiding wheat flour. Click for the recipe
Delicious Paleo muffins that taste like little honey cakes. Lovely for breakfast and great for the kids’ lunchboxes. Click for the recipe