Looking for a healthier chocolate chip cookie? Our heart-healthy (and still delicious) version is made with avocado oil, walnuts and old-fashioned oats instead of the usual butter and eggs.
This delicious dessert is a classic, and easy to adjust to your taste. The surprise ingredient is plain Greek yogurt, which helps the cookies stay moist.
These crispy Italian cookies are so delicious, you won’t notice the missing calories or fat found in traditional almond biscotti.
This pumpkin bar recipe is a real treat, filled with moist dates and crunchy walnuts, almonds and peanuts. It’s sweet, but only filled with nutrient-rich ingredients to give you lasting energy.
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Try these Pumpkin Spice Cookies fit for fall! Using almond and oat flours, they’re slightly spiced and definitely nice.
Traditional pie crusts are heavy in saturated fats. Try this alternative that’s healthier and only takes a few minutes to mix together and roll out.
Versatile crepes are fabulous for dressing up dinner or dessert. The thin, flat buckwheat pancakes are simple to make, easy to freeze and do wonders for your leftovers.
This is a last-minute, refreshing dessert that can be made post-dinner, while you brew the coffee and finish clearing the table.
You’re never too old for frozen treats! These tropical fruit pops pack more than just a frozen puree mixture of tropical fruits. They satisfy your sweet tooth and quench your thirst at the same time.
Need an elegant cake that’s heart-healthy, without compromising taste? Try our Orange Upside-Down Cake. It’s low in saturated fat and cholesterol but still tastes decadent.