These healthy no-bake brownies are topped with chocolate ganache and they’re a decadent, satisfying treat made with whole ingredients. They also happen to be naturally gluten-free! Now that it’s February, I figured it’s time to share these amazing, healthy no-bake brownies in time for Valentine’s Day! I developed this recipe by adapting my brownie energy bite recipe and adding a simple chocolate ganache on top.
This homemade guacamole recipe has quickly become the only way I’ll make guacamole. It uses lime juice, garlic powder, salt, pepper, red onion, and fresh cilantro and is the BEST dip or topping for your favorite Mexican dishes! I think some storebought foods are awesome and just as good as the homemade versions. For example, while homemade ice cream is great, the store versions rock,
Warm cinnamon skillet apples cooked over low heat with just water and cinnamon for a super easy, healthy dessert. Top your bowl of cinnamon apples with a scoop of natural vanilla ice cream to make it a little more decadent! A year or two ago, I discovered that cooking apple slices in just water and cinnamon makes a really delicious, healthy dessert or even snack, so I’m sharing my super
The question I get MOST often is, “How do you actually cook in a dorm?!” That question is usually followed by something like, “Doesn’t that take so much of your time?” So, today, I want to share exactly how I cook in a dorm! I had the idea for this post while I was meal prepping on Saturday morning, so I grabbed my camera to
This easy crockpot pulled BBQ chicken takes about 5 minutes to prep, and then your dinner work is done! Just toss BBQ sauce + chicken breasts into your slow cooker, leave it for a few hours, come back to shred the chicken, and serve. As I’m typing this, the snow is coming DOWN outside. For those of you who aren’t from the South, everything shuts