Carrot cake is an indisputable classic and beloved American dessert. Delicious and nutritive, those cookies taste just like it. Their tenderness makes them absolutely irresistible!
Chocolate chip cookies are my go-to favorite dessert or sweet snack. These cookies have a chewy middle that will soften your heart with a few touches of crispiness from the sunflower seeds. You will fall right into the nostalgia of childhood bake sales. After a few simple steps and a quick bake, the only thing you’ll be missing is a glass of cold milk or some frothy coffee.
These homemade blondies are rich, chewy, and flavorful. Although they are sometimes called brownies without chocolate, blondies have their own deliciousness and personality. This is one of my favorites “go-to” dessert recipe since you only need to mix a few ingredients together before throwing them in the oven.
Once you will have tried these delicious homemade pop-tarts, you’ll never look at store-bought pop tarts the same way! Get ready to go completely berserk over this perfect marriage between a strudel and a pop-tart!
You probably have your favorite store-bought protein bars at home, I do too! But honestly, I really like making these protein balls because I can control what ingredients go in the mix, it decreases the packaging that goes to waste and I can easily adapt them to my taste preferences! Every ball contains 7g of protein. Take 10 minutes to roll up a batch of these protein balls and you’ll have a nutritious and filling snack readily available all week!
These carrot muffins have all the flavors of carrot cake that you love, but in muffin size. They are ultra-moist, not too sweet, with a hint of ginger and a perfectly fluffy texture. They are great for breakfast or snack time!
Surprise your guests and family with this unique appetizer that combines caramelized pears with creamy Brie cheese wrapped in a beautiful golden crust.
Right on time for the Super Bowl tonight!
This irresistible spiced granola will bring you back to childhood. The touches of ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg give it warmth, spice and depth, while molasses and maple syrup add a bit of sweetness and its perfect deep amber notes. Here's another reason for you to enjoy winter spices all year long.
The best oatmeal cookies you'll ever eat and definitely one of my favorite desserts ever! They are so easy to make so why not give them a try? The textured vegetable protein (TVP) adds an extra source of protein.