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Banana Nut & Honey Protein Muffins

I made these delicious banana protein muffins as a treat for the ladies at Breathe Pilates Studio to snack on after a tough workout. I promised them I would share the recipe so here it is! These babies are only 180 calories per muffin with 5 grams of protein! There’s no reason you can’t have a post-workout snack…   Read More»

100 Calorie Cranberry Dark Chocolate Muffins

A 100 calorie muffin, can you believe it? By using fresh cranberries instead of dried cranberries, I saved a ton of calories and sugar and it gave the muffins a wonderfully tart, exciting flavor. These babies are whole grain and full of goodness with healthy ingredients such as unsweetened applesauce, Greek yogurt, cinnamon and pumpkin…   Read More»

Chocolate Cornbread

Sounds a little weird right?  But it works! I was craving something sweet on Sunday night and I knew I had some cocoa powder, chocolate chips and an entire bag of corn meal that I don’t know how to use other than to make a million types of cornbread, so I decided to give some…   Read More»

Maple Gingerbread Cookies + Cookie Swap

This was my first year participating in the Great Food Blogger Cookie Swap and I loved it!! First of all, getting things in the mail is awesome (especially when they’re edible) and second, I was part of a group of over 600 bloggers that helped to raise $13,000 for Cookies for Kid’s Cancer, a national non-profit organization…   Read More»

Cranberry Maple Breakfast Bars (Gluten Free, Vegan)

Made without refined sugar, these Cranberry Maple Breakfast Bars are full of fiber and natural protein to get you through your busy morning. Did you know that most syrups like Aunt Jemima’s and Log Cabin have no actual maple syrup in them at all? They are actually made from sweetened corn syrup and artificial colors…   Read More»

Cranberry Chocolate Chip Cookies

I was in the mood to do some healthy-ish baking this weekend and since the holidays are coming up I figured I’d start testing out some cookie recipes.  I’ve also made these with mini chocolate chips instead of regular and both work. The mini chips spread further throughout the batter so you’re still sure to…   Read More»

Strawberry Cornbread Cupcakes

YES, these TASTE even better than they look and sound. I made these to share with some of my clients this week (don’t you wish you were one of my clients?). They’re subtly sweet and like most of the things I bake, they work for dessert or for breakfast. I think they’re more of a…   Read More»

Blueberry Pumpkin Oat Muffins

Good enough to have for dessert but healthy enough to have for breakfast! I took out the fat from this recipe (no oil and no butter) and replaced it with pumpkin puree and applesauce which keeps the muffins moist without losing flavor.  By having one of these instead of your standard Starbucks blueberry muffin, you’ll…   Read More»

Lemon Raspberry Almond Muffins

Do you crave something sweet in the mornings? Are jelly-filled donuts or raspberry scones your weakness? Well, I have the recipe for you. It’s whole grain and full of fiber and has about half the calories and sugars as a muffin or donut from your local coffee shop (or worse– gas station). Make these ahead…   Read More»

Chocolate Peanut Butter Bread Pudding

This decadent dessert requires minimal prep time and little kitchen talent. The whole grain bread adds fiber; the soy, eggs and PB have protein, the dark chocolate has antioxidants, and the PB also has some healthy fats. A quick and easy dessert that won’t pack on the pounds (as long as you don’t eat it all yourself!)….   Read More»

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