This looks like one of those titles that is too good to be true. But, believe me, these cookies have just 2 ingredients (and loads of options for a 3rd ingredient to make different flavours), they are nutritious and totally delicious too. Not only will kids love eating these, but they will have so much fun making them as well. Try making a batch of 2 Ingredient Cookies this week!
Cranberry and orange are a delicious autumn/winter flavour combination. Paired with warming spices like cinnamon and ginger, these Cranberry Orange Muffins are a tasty afternoon treat for this cold season and we have made ours lighter and lower in calories by using Hermesetas Granulated Sweetener in them.
It wouldn’t be Christmas without some kind of gingerbread recipe would it? We have taken a simple, but lightened up, cupcake recipe and added our two favourite Christmas spices, ginger and cinnamon, to make some Christmas Gingerbread Cupcakes that the whole family will love.
If you asked people what their favourite dessert is, I bet a lot of people would say apple pie. Whether you choose to eat it on a cold winter night, or serve it up at a BBQ on a hot summer day, I have a healthy apple pie version for you.
Gingernut biscuits hold a special place in my heart because they were always an after school treat when I was little. I love the fiery taste from the ginger and the crunchiness of them and they also hold together really well when dunked in tea. I know, I have carried out many tests for research purposes. These, however, are Healthy Gingernut Biscuits.
An easy and healthy desserts, these Lemon Squares are delicious! These slices of zesty lemony goodness are hard to resist.
A recipe for home made granola bars that will rival store bought and save you a lot of money. The perfect snack.
It’s the weekend, so it is time for a treat – I shall be making these Healthier Cinnamon Rolls and pretending it is Christmas again!