These peanut butter chocolate chip date bars are the perfect thing for your sweet tooth, and they have just five simple ingredients! You might have noticed that there are a lot of peanut butter recipes on the blog. There’s this extreme peanut butter granola, these peanut butter & honey crispy treats, these peanut butter cookie Laraballs, these peanut butter energy bites, just to name a few.
These honey-glazed pecans are naturally sweetened and have just five ingredients, so they’re super simple to make! It’s happening- my senior year of college is about to start! I moved into my dorm last weekend, and while I was driving to campus, I got surprisingly nostalgic thinking about the past three years: meeting lots of people, starting my blog, being an RA for two years,
I’m excited to partner with One Degree Organics for this delicious recipe! These peanut butter crispy treats are have all natural ingredients, some serious peanut butter flavor, and no refined sugar. Life lately, in a word, has been full. I prefer the term “full” over “busy” because full can be so many good things whereas I think busy has a negative connotation, at least in my mind. But somehow,
This mason jar banana pudding is made from scratch with real, recognizable ingredients for a sweet treat you can feel good about enjoying. I’m happy to partner with Bob’s Red Mill for this recipe post! Banana pudding + mason jars are two classic Southern things, so it makes sense to combine them, right? I was excited when I had this burst of inspiration and I couldn’t wait to
This healthy apple crisp is loaded with cinnamon apples and sweet crumbly topping. It’s free of refined sugar (and has just a touch of maple syrup, although you can sub honey), but you’d never know it. Serve with vanilla ice cream for pure bliss! I’m a bit skeptical of “healthy” dessert recipes that call for fat-free everything, sugar-free everything. I try to cook and bake