Is there any better way to disguise a vegetable than in brownie form? I don’t think so! I have to give credit to Chocolate Covered Katie for this inspiration. She used a higher glycemic flour base and made hers more of a cake, so check out her recipe too. I took some liberties and changed up her recipe a bit to fit what I had at home and to make it a little lower glycemic. Mine turned out moist and not a hint of veggie taste when they boast two full cups of diced cauliflower.
Yep…I confess…. I LOVE LOVE LOVE chocolate! I don’t care if its a piece of chocolate, chocolate ice cream, chocolate cake, chocolate muffins, I don’t discriminate. BUT, I do however want it to 1) taste great 2) be good quality 3) not send me on a total sugar high/low. These moist little devils are yummy and in line with my lower sugar, higher fat lifestyle. Hope you enjoy them too! If you make a batch post a pic on social media with the #FtheDiet so I can see them and hear yo
I have tried and failed many attempts to make a “faux bread” before. I love love love bread, so that is the hardest thing for me to steer completely clear of, but these days I am too nutritionally savvy to continue to pump my body full of gluten, high fructose corn syrup, soybean oil and whatever other junk most breads now come laden with. So I went on the hunt to find a substitute for store bought bread that actually tasted like bread and had that nooks and cranny, doughy te
Chill out with these delightfully fulfilling and flavorful smoothies by Briana Michel The wondrous winter flavors don’t need to come to an end just because December is almost through. Enjoy these tasty liquid masterpieces while staying on course for those New Years resolutions. Save Print Oatmeal Cookie Smoothie Ingredients ½ packet Half/Baked Oatmeal, Cinnamon 1 Tbsp. Raisins ½ cup Almond Milk¼ tsp. Cinnamon ¼ tsp. Vanilla Extract 2 Tbsp. Organic Half & Half ½ scoop Vanilla
I would be lying if I said the smell of biscuits fresh out of the oven didn’t elicit a Pavlovian drool response. I LOVE BREAD! That is why I lied to myself for years telling myself it was ok to keep bread in my diet. My body decided to put a halt to that notion after years of bread overload. Gluten and high glycemic “bread-like” foods are not my friend! The high carb content ensures I retain water and gives me a softer look (not what I want after a great workout – to look lik