Tis the season for party treats:
Cookies and fudge, and brownies, Yum, yum!
Holidays can be a chaotic time, so I wanted to lessen your holiday stress by sending to you all the healthy treat recipe from my blog in one convenient email!
And even though these treats are healthy and full of good fat and real sweeteners, they are also delicious and can be taken with pride to any holiday gathering. But really, they also never need to leave your house 😉. You and your family can enjoy the whole batch!
There are lots to choose from! Pick a treat (or two) and get baking!
Chocolate Peppermint Coconut Fudge and Citrus Coconut Fudge
Fudge is a delicious holiday recipe and easy to share with family and friends!
Better Than Brownies
While these brownies are not as sweet as conventional brownies, they were deemed by some tasters on the GAPS Diet as being “Better than Brownies.”
These treats are reminiscent of our family's community famous chocolate chip cookies.
Snickerdoodles are a mixture of tart and sweet. They are another cookie I grew up making at Christmastime, and this one also passed the family taste test!
The roots for this recipe go deep in our family. These no-bake cookies are egg free, and casein and lactose free (contains whey and butter). They are also coconut free!
Christmas Wreath Cookies
This is my favorite cookie to bring to a cookie exchange because it's so unique.
Strawberry Rhubarb Pie
Strawberry rhubarb pie has always been one of my favorites!
Fermenting the flour creates a lighter, fluffier end product. But that’s not all! Fermenting is one of the three processes that can be used to make nuts more digestible.
Raw Milk Chocolate Pudding
The most frequent comment about this pudding (besides “yum”, “delicious”, and “mmm…”) is that it tastes just like a chocolate pudding cup!
Caramel Candy and Caramel Sauce
Several years ago I discovered that the mythical candy known as caramel was actually fairly simple to make.