These healthy no bake cacao oat bars are super addicting, once you have a bite, you just can’t stop. They are a guilt-free snack as they’re
This summer berry crisp has no added sugar, because to be honest, it doesn’t need it. Why mask the natural sweetness of ripe berries with sugar?
These cookies are vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, nut free, refined sugar free, eggless and dairy free! These vegan tahini and date cookies were
I’m calling these the best healthy chocolate chip cookies because honestly, they’re pretty healthy and they’re AWESOME. You won’t be able to stop
These no bake cacao energy balls are a whole foods version of a brownie, and contain no refined sugar, dairy or flour. They’re vegan, paleo
This vegan coconut cacao chia pudding tastes like chocolate mousse, but there is no added sugar and it’s a ultra healthy snack that will curb any
This lemon olive oil pound cake is ultra-lemony, super moist and chock full of flavor, and is gluten-free and dairy-free to boot! It’s kid approved
Hey, it’s Monday and Monday’s are not the easiest for anyone. Monday’s should be fun, because it’s the start of a new week, a new day, so, I’ve decided to change your Monday around and post a fun treat and create a bit of magic for you all. You all remember magic shell right? It’s the chocolate stuff that instantly hardens when poured over ice cream. It’s pretty awesome, and not only loved by the kids, but loved by me as well!
This chocolate mousse is one of our favorite desserts, and we actually call this Zoe’s mousse because she’s the one who makes it all of the time. Well, actually Zoe’s the one who originally found this recipe years ago in a William-Sonoma kids cookbook. I first featured this chocolate mousse recipe back in 2012 (wow, so many years ago) in a series I was starting up called, “cooking with kids.” It was a series where Zoe and her peeps would make a kid friendly recipe, take photos and then write and put the post together. We did 2 posts in the series, one featuring this chocolate mousse and another one featuring, easy 2-ingredient homemade dark magic shell. After that, Zoe got busy with life and school, and the series sort of ended. I would love to bring the series back, because I would love to have more recipes on the blog that kids can make on their own (with parent supervision of course).
Here’s 5 on the go healthy snacks that you can feel good about feeding your kids