Marinated chicken breasts, glazed in a sweet and tangy sauce, made with fresh lime juice, organic honey and low-sodium soy sauce with freshly chopped ginger and garlic. A quick and easy meal, perfect for a weeknight dinner.
Peanut protein bars with whey protein, hemp seeds and coconut shavings. A perfect snack for on-the-go, with more than 6 grams of protein per bar.
If you haven’t noticed by now, there’s a definite food trend of healthy desserts. 3 out of the 4 recipes posted above are all sweet, dessert-style recipes that are made entirely healthy. The recipes consist of using natural ingredients, opting out of refined sugars, white flours, unhealthy oils, butters and other traditional dessert culprits. This excites me because that just means more of you are watching out for your health, looking to try new recipes that promote nutrition, that still offer the same deliciousness of chocolatey, sweet treats. Woohoo!
Happy New Year and all the best in 2015!
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