This is our absolute favorite brownie recipe! These brownies are decadently smooth & fudgy. They’re moist in the center and crunchy on the outside. They’re also gluten-free, refined sugar-free, and dairy-free.Read More
Beetroot, you either love or hate it… If you (or your kids) are in the second group, this recipe might be the perfect trick to incorporate this super-veggie into your diet. Because I promise you won’t even taste it!Read More
This raspberry mousse makes a perfect snack for kids. It’s made with a handful of healthy ingredients, packed with protein, high in anti-oxidants, and low in sugar. Yet, it tastes like a real treat!Read More
These cut-out cookies are the fruit of several hours of kitchen experimentation. I wanted to obtain THE perfect cookie that is crunchy on the outside, moist on the inside, and sweet without the white poison.
They’re made with coconut oil, coconut sugar, eggs, whole wheat flour, almond flour, and a pinch of baking powder.Read More
Homemade chocolate bark is a great way of lifting plain chocolate to a higher level. And the beauty of it doesn’t reside in the end product only.
Making your own chocolate bark is such a fun way of being creative in the kitchen and something I love doing with my kids. It’s not as messy as some other desserts, and your kids can let their creativity go wild.Read More
These easy oat & seed crackers are the perfect answer to the often heard “I-have-no-time-to-bake” excuse. Seriously, they’re easier to make than picking healthy-labelled crackers at the supermarket.
They come together in just 5 minutes, they require no special equipment and only minimal cleaning afterwards.Read More
Mmmmmuffins! Who doesn’t love them? Especially when they’re made with just a few healthy ingredients so they don’t leave you with a guilty feeling and bloated belly after eating them.
These pecan muffins are sweet, crunchy, moist, full of healthy protein, gluten free, dairy free, and so irresistible!Read More
These homemade granola bars are very easy to make, don’t require any baking, and are delicious. My kids absolutely love them and I find them extremely hard to resist as well. And why would I ;-).Read More
Banana bread. Probably one of the most featured recipes on the web. However, most recipes are made with tonnes of sugar and white flour which makes it an inflammatory and disease-promoting snack.Read More