Archive for Cookies
Healthy Cookies– Low Calorie -Buckwheat Chocolate Chip Cookies with Chocolate Ganache
Who doesn’t love a delicious tasting chocolate chip cookie that is only 152 calories and so easy to make! If you are counting calories, this chocolate chip cookie treat is great for your waistline!
If you want to bake delicious chocolate chip cookies that are loaded with nutrition for your little ones, you have to try this amazing recipe. I was so excited how well this recipe turned out using Buckwheat flour!
Using a combination of Buckwheat flour, Whole Wheat Pastry flour and Amaranth flour, in only 15 minutes you will have a winning combination that your kid’s will LOVE!
Not only will your chocolate chip cookies taste great, but they will be filled with vitamins, minerals, fiber and rich nutrients that will be filling and healthy to eat. Read More→
Healthy Cookies – Gluten Free Baking
If you are looking for a gluten free, chocolate peanut butter cookie that is both DELICIOUS and one that is packed with fiber and nutrition, try the Terrific Teff Chocolate Cookie recipe. You will not be disappointed. This recipe is easy to make and it tastes GREAT!
These chocolate peanut butter cookies are so tasty and they are packed with a lot of nutritional value for your kids.
Try this recipe!
All the sweetie pies in your family will NEVER know these chocolate peanut butter cookies are healthy for them, including your husband!
Are you looking for a delicious treat to put in your kid’s lunch box?
Biscotti is such a wonderful cookie dessert to eat with coffee and/or to bring along on a picnic with your kids. The problem with most Biscotti recipes is they are nothing but empty calories of white processed flour, and white refined sugar.
This is NOT a good way to start your day.
Peanut butter cookies are typically not very healthy for you, but the “Nutty Buddy” Peanut Butter Cookies are very healthy for kids, and also tastes amazing!
Most peanut butter cookie recipes use a lot of butter, white flour, white sugar and processed peanut butter that is made from hydrogenated oils and sugar. In addition, most peanut butter cookies are high in saturated fats if you make them at home, and if you buy them in the store, typically they use a lot of hydrogenated oils, and trans fats.
The great news is you CAN eat healthy peanut butter cookies without sacrificing the taste using this peanut butter cookie recipe. Read More→