Homemade dark chocolate hearts are a great way to say “I love you” without having to waste paper on the box. Happy green Valentine!
A childhood favorite, Grandma’s honey-sweetened holiday cookies have become a new family tradition.
For as long as I can remember, vanilla nut cookies were our family holiday staple regardless of the occasion. They always tasted delicious and never lasted too long on the table.
This version of pound cake uses much less sugar and butter; adding cacao powder gives it a richer flavor–perfect for a Sunday coffee break.
This healthier version of the American classic has a whole grain granola-based crust. Because who doesn’t love pumpkin pie?
Fruit pies are a proven winner when it comes to getting kids to eat fresh fruit.
Listen to your chocolate cravings; Everyone’s favorite flavor is actually good for you!
These sweet pancakes are a tropical fruit-filled twist on a breakfast classic.
Homemade pear sauce has a more subtle flavor than applesauce, makes an elegant addition to any food in need of sweet side and kids love it.
Seasonal celebrations call for festive treats like our coconut chocolate truffles or rum balls with dark Caribbean rum and fresh coconut. These no-bake desserts add instant warmth to any holiday party.
So you can have your cake…and keep the indulgence factor in check.
Getting its sweetness from dark chocolate, bananas and a drop of honey, this easy-to-make recipe can be made as a flavor-packed bread or a dozen muffins.
This recipe using almond butter is not only gluten-free, it’s free of dairy and refined sugar. Our two-year-old taste tester gave it a “great big smile” rating.
This easy recipe for a chilled fruit salad with coconut chips and coconut water is a sweet, crunchy, colorful way to get your kids excited about eating a variety of fruit.
These easy to make semi-sweet and eggless oatmeal cookies are not only a nutritious snack but also a fun recipe to try with your kids in the kitchen.