The perfect dish to serve to friends and family for brunches and warm weather gatherings. Your guests will think you spent hours on it but in reality it’s only about 15 minutes of hands-on work!
Sweet Treats & Baked Goods
A soft and chewy granola that will quickly become a breakfast favorite! Full of healthy fats and plant based protein for a filling, healthy breakfast.
Every time I make these, they’re gone by the next day, and it’s just too easy…so be warned. These cookies have a similar consistency and texture to shortbread, but softer, with all the flavors of sweet almonds and gooey fig jam.
Vegan and gluten free chocolate chip cookies with coconut flakes and plant based ingredients that have a satisfying crunch, a whole lot of sweetness and perfectly gooey chocolate.
Made with just a handful of ingredients, and best of all, you can make these in a blender for easy clean-up. I personally love the flavor of the plant-based Arbonne vanilla protein powder, but really any vanilla protein will work.
Soft, moist and fluffy muffins, full of dark chocolate chips and crunchy pecans…and they’re vegan and gluten free to boot! This my friends are what muffin dreams are made of!
The perfect mix between a fig newton and a fudgey brownie, these no-bake chocolate date bars are out of this world delicious. With just a hint of sea salt, the flavors come alive, and I’ll bet you won’t be able to have to just one ;).
Light and fluffy vegan and gluten free muffins full of raw cacao powder, mashed banana and applesauce, for a simple and delicious muffin that makes having chocolate for breakfast allowed!
It wasn’t until I started an elimination diet/detox that I quickly became a baker. The need for comforting baked goods went through the roof, and although I’m not craving sweets, I am craving a warm muffin…like all the time. These hit all the marks, and my goodness the aroma of orange and lemon zest waft
Never in my life have I considered myself a baker until now. I am two weeks into a 30 day cleanse with Arbonne and I was craving some baked goods, so, here we have it, Arbonne-approved gluten-free, dairy free, vegan blueberry and walnut muffins. Moist, soft and oh so delicious, you’ll want to make these
Store-bought granolas and nut mixes can get very expensive, and not so great on the waistline. In my effort to find yet another new and exciting breakfast idea, I turned to an oldie but a goody – homemade granola. This no-oats granola is baked with honey, cinnamon, sea salt and coconut oil for a deliciously sweet,
These chocolate energy bites are a no bake snack, packed with protein, fiber and so much flavor! You could also call them protein balls if you want, but any time I call it that, I can’t help but think of the Delicious Dish SNL skit with Alec Baldwin when he talks about his newest creation,
There’s really never a bad time to enjoy a biscuit, especially when it’s on a holiday like Easter. I have always been a huge fan of southern foods like fried okra, corn pudding, hush puppies and of course biscuits. The best biscuits are the ones that have tons of flakes, but there are a few
We need to talk about croutons. They are so incredibly easy to make and store well in a plastic bag for up to three days after making. I feel as if this needs to be a public service announcement. It wasn’t until today that after enjoying some Papa Pomodoro Soup with Ryan did I realize
Do you ever have one of those nights when all you want is something sweet and your options are minimal at best? This was my problem the other night, and here was my fix.
These perfectly moist little trail cookies pack a big punch with filling fiber-rich oats, healthy fats and protein from almonds and a healthy dose of good carbs from the banana and berries. It was a great addition to our hiking trip up to the White Mountains this past weekend!
Super moist and perfectly sweet, whipped together without butter, milk, eggs or added sugar. I wouldn’t say this is any healthier than your typical cake, but you’ll feel better knowing you’re enjoying whole, real and clean ingredients in every bite.
A perfect little treat to satisfy that sweet & salty flavor you’ve been craving – all natural, no bake little bites that take 10 minutes to make and are full of good-for-you ingredients.
Mashed banana, old fashioned oats, honey, organic chunky peanut butter and a little salt mixed with cocoa powder to create a delicious little cookie for a perfect snack or dessert.
With only 46 calories per cookie and only a few ingredients, these are a perfectly quick breakfast with tons of nutritional benefits. It all began with one lone banana just sitting on the counter, forgotten. Throw in some old fashioned oats, a little vanilla, some ground flax seed, a dash of cinnamon and a handful
Fresh chives…shredded cheddar cheese….all wrapped up in a flakey biscuit. What more do you need!
A delicious alternative to the classic candy that’s quick to whip up and can easily be changed for a clean eating diet.
Super easy scones that literally anyone can make, trust me on this one because I’m not a baker!
The BEST Pecan Pie recipe. Period.