Invoke your childhood memories of the ice-cream truck with this simple, tofu-based pudding. For the creamiest texture, try using an immersion blender.
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Protein bars can be expensive, and many of them are filled with artificial ingredients we often prefer to avoid. These simple bars are cheap, tasty, easy to make and if you have to avoid gluten, they’ll be a welcome addition to your recipe repertoire.
High in protein, low in sugar and bursting with flavor, these cookies are worth adding to your dessert rotation. Serve them in August when blueberries are at their freshest for the best possible flavor or make them from frozen blueberries for a taste of summer in the winter cold.
The hidden ingredient that gives these cupcakes their moist, tender texture and nutritional power is beets. It doesn’t take much to make an impressive little cake you can savor with delight. The best part? This little cake is so scrumptiously moist that you won’t feel the need to add frosting. Handy Tips: Puree the beets… Read more »
Get your kids into the kitchen with this easy recipe—kids can make it themselves with minimal supervision. They’ll love sharing and eating the result. In fact, the next time you hear, “Mom, I need to bring food for a party tomorrow,” hand your kids this recipe. You can kick back and watch them cook, confident… Read more »
Enjoy these fruity pumpkin bites as a quick and easy snack. Sweetened only with dates and a perfect size for small hands, these are a wonderful on-the-go snack for the little ones. With an excellent balance of spices, it’s a treat that any little trick-or-treater would be thrilled to receive.
Don’t let breakfast be a hassle. Keep a cooked batch of these in the freezer and pull out to thaw if you’re expecting a crazy morning. They’re lightly sweet and full of whole grains and protein to keep everyone in the family running strong until lunchtime.