Coconut Oil Cocoa Brownies
These coconut oil cocoa brownies are rich and fudgy and will satisfy any dark chocolate craving. And a bonus, they are refined sugar free and made with (mostly) wholesome ingredients.
Vegan Coconut Chocolate Bark
Smooth and creamy with just enough crunch Vegan Coconut Chocolate Bark you can throw together in minutes that’s actually good for you.
Homemade Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups (refined sugar free & vegan)
This actually wasn’t on my schedule for my 12 days of Christmas posts, but I recently posted a photo of them on instagram and got such a great response, I decided to alter my schedule a little bit. And hey, it’s not too late to make some more Christmas treats.
Sourdough Whole Wheat Cranberry Rolls
Ok, this is the last of my bread in this series, I promise. But really, you need to try them. These sourdough whole wheat cranberry rolls are good. The base of the filling is cream cheese and homemade cranberry sauce, with dried cranberries sprinkled all over. Then once it’s all done, you top it with orange cream cheese frosting. Even my non-cranberry-fan husband loved them.
Cinnamon Swirl Bread
Cinnamon Swirl Bread. I mean, really, do I have to explain any further? It’s rich and sweet and gooey. And my version has no refined sugar, so you can feel a little less guilt about that second slice.
12 Days of Christmas Day 1: Spice Shortbread
Sorry for the short absence from my blog, friends! I promise it’ll be worthwhile. I’m doing a “12 days of Christmas” recipes series for you! So starting today and through December 24, I’ll have a new recipe for you every day. Today, we’re going to start with a really simple shortbread, with a fantastic Christmassey twist.
No-churn Ice Cream, 2 ways
I’ve never been one with a substantial sweet tooth. As a kid I often asked for dinner seconds rather than dessert. And even now, I’m a self-proclaimed choco-holic, but only if it’s 80% or darker, preferably 90%. So sometimes when I have people over for dinner, I totally forget to plan for dessert, and end up serving up some fresh fruit. Which, I suppose isn’t exactly a bad thing.