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If you love moist, gooey chocolate brownies that melt in your mouth, than you have to try this healthy brownie recipe!

These healthy chocolate brownies are SO delicious that you would NEVER know there was even one healthy ingredient in it.

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The following honey muffin recipe is a sample gluten-free muffin recipe taken from my book “Cooking with Coconut Flour.”

  • All of the recipes in “Cooking with Coconut Flour” are totally wheat free, and only use coconut flour.
  • No other flours are needed for any of the recipes in my book.
  • Gluten free recipes include breads, muffins, cakes, cookies, crackers, pies, and even main dishes like chicken pot pie and chicken and dumpling stew. Read More→
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Bright Eyed 3 Grain Banana Pancakes

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Enjoy having a sweet banana aroma swirling through your home in the morning while your delicious healthy banana pancakes are sizzling on the griddle. These nutrient rich banana pancakes are made from healthy whole grain flours, bananas, bran’s, raw honey, almond milk and non fat yogurt; all of which taste fabulous!
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The Healthy Hawaiian Chocolate Banana Phyllo Dough Pastry Recipe is scrumptious and it is made with all healthy ingredients.

This fabulous pastry recipe is a wonderful choice for a Sunday brunch breakfast recipe, or a heavenly healthy dessert recipe that could even be topped with frozen yogurt, or just eaten alone.
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The Super Sophie Carrot Muffin recipe is a moist, tantalizing muffin that is filled with everything that is healthy for kids, and it tastes amazing! You can eat this healthy muffin for lunch and be totally filled up!

Many moms’ of young kids are concerned about feeding raw carrots to their little ones. The great news is if you shred the carrots up and put them inside of carrot muffins, your little sweeties can enjoy all the health benefits of carrots, in addition to the great taste of terrific, tasting carrot muffins.

DID YOU KNOW? No other vegetable or fruit contains as much beta carotene as carrots. Beta carotene is very important for children as their little bodies convert beta carotene into vitamin “A.” This is important because vitamin A helps support healthy growth and development of children,  tissue and bone repair, healthy eyes, a strong immune system, and healthy, vibrant skin. WOW! Read More→

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Sing a Song Chocolate Chip Blueberry Muffins

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The “Sing a Song” Chocolate Chip Blueberry muffin recipe is a very healthy, nutrient rich, low fat chocolate chip blueberry muffin that only has 170 calories in it. This blueberry muffin is a staple in our home using either grain sweetened chocolate chips, natural sweeteners and whole grain flours.

DID YOU KNOW? Blueberries can help prevent your kids from getting sick, because blueberries increase your child’s immune system.

These chocolate chip

blueberry muffins

are so delicious and so healthy that you just want to “sing a song” when you eat them! 

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The “Mango Banana Muffin Madness” is a  a very light and delicious healthy muffin. These mango banana muffins make a great healthy snack, or a nutritious healthy breakfast. With potassium from the bananas and fiber from the whole grains, bran’s and oats, this healthy mango banana muffin is delectable!

DID YOU KNOW?  Mango is very high in iron and is recommended as a very healthy food for pregnant women to eat.

If you are looking for a high fiber healthy muffin recipe, you will love this  mango banana muffin recipe. The carob chips really add a lot to the taste, as the chocolate taste of the carob chips combined with the banana and the mango is scrumptious. Read More→

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If you enjoy chocolate cookies that are soft and chewy, then you will LOVE these double chocolate cookies that I refer to as the “Chocolate Cookies Oh So Chewy!” These healthy chocolate cookies taste like a cross between a cookie and a brownie, and they are delicious to eat as either a healthy dessert, or a healthy snack.

The grain sweetened chocolate chips melt in your mouth and swirl together with the rich chocolate flavor of the cookie. These chocolate cookies are a wonderful living healthy baking treat that helps us have healthy kids! Read More→

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Hearty “Nutty Buddy” Peanut Butter Cookies Taste Great!

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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→

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There is NOTHING better than a chocolate  muffin. Frankly, I wasn’t sure if I could  create a chocolate chip muffin recipe that was totally divine using all healthy ingredients. The great news I did it. I now know that it is possible to bake living healthy chocolate muffins that are also healthy for kids.

This double chocolate muffin has only 309 calories if you make it as shown, or only 201 calories per chocolate muffin if you take out the chocolate chips. (It is delicious either way!)
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