If you haven’t noticed we’re having quite the chocolate party here at AK, and I’m definitely not mad about it. Before I release the best-ever chocolate cake recipe tomorrow (so excited!) I rounded up 11 healthy chocolate recipes to make this week that are easy AF. AKA EASY and fun 😉
Incredible no bake cashew butter chocolate protein bars with a sprinkle of sea salt. These decadent bars make for a delicious post-workout snack and a satisfying treat.
How’s your January going so far? Most of you know I’m starting the HGG Reset next week, but in the meantime one of my biggest tips for people who are trying to eat healthy and find a comfortable relationship with food is to start meal prepping as much as possible. That includes your snacks and treats!
Abra and I constantly have a supply at RXBars on hand for traveling and while we work, but sometimes it’s fun to make your own because not only are they easy but they’re also inexpensive!
Happy Sunday loves. I’m about to start Day 1 of my honeymoon adventure in Australia, BUT before that I’ve got a Round Up Sunday for you that I just had to share. I think we’ve covered our bases for cookies to bake this holiday season (if you missed them, check out all 41 here).
Apparently you guys are just as obsessed with brownies and bars as I am. We did some surveying earlier this year and many of you requested MORE of them, so I thought I’d put together a little list where you can pick and choose what to make next.
No bake Peanut Butter Cup Protein Bars that taste just like a Reese’s. This protein bar recipe will be your new favorites snack to keep in your fridge and enjoy all week long.
Hi friends!! Welcome back to Monday and the start of #AKCookieWeek17 — I can’t tell you how excited I am to share incredible cookies recipes ALL WEEK LONG with you. I’ve got everything from one bowl recipes, paleo, gluten free, grain free and traditional buttery cookies.
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Welcome to the first Round Up Sunday of November! I hope your new month is off to a wonderful start. Is it chilly where you are? Anyone have snow? Honestly I’m not a huge fan of the cold myself even though I’m from Minnesota. I thrive more with the sun on my skin and a warm breeze on my face but there’s something about that fall-into-winter season that gives me all of the cozy feels.
To me there’s nothing cozier than a day full of baking, especially with one of these delicious coconut flour recipes.
No bake superfood brownie energy bars packed with pistachios, pecans, walnuts, chia seeds, coconut and dried fruit! Topped with dark chocolate and sea salt. The perfect nutritious healthy dessert.
I’m sitting here watching the latest season of Stranger Things, staring at photos of these brownies and thinking how much I absolutely adore them. I’ve made them at least 10 times within the past month and still can’t get enough.
AMAZING skillet brownies made without grains, gluten or dairy. These super fudgy walnut brownies taste just like the ones from your childhood. Bonus: They pack plenty of good for you omega 3s thanks to walnut butter & chia seeds.
It’s about to be a happy monday (I hope) because I’ve got some pretty AMAZING brownies for you.
First though, how was your weekend?
I feel like I can’t start this blog post without saying that my heart goes out to those in Florida and the Caribbean islands who were hit by Hurricane Irma. I sincerely hope that this recipe brings you a little joy to your day, even if it’s just a little smile. Most of all, I’m thankful that you’re okay.
Beautiful grain free pecan blondies made with a homemade DIY pecan butter. The MOST addicting fudgy blondies out there.
As I write this, Milly and I are sitting here watching The Incredible Hulk, my turkey chili is simmering on the stove and once Tony gets home we’ll settle in for our dinner and enjoy one of these incredible blondies (k maybe two). Read more.
No bake cheesecake layered with bites of grain-free brownie. Use any brownie you’d like, or just enjoy the cheesecakes on their own!
Truth be told I’ve never considered myself to be a cheesecake lovah. I’m more into pies, cookies, or basically anything else that’s sweet.
But when my friend Gina sent me her Skinnytaste Fast and Slow Cookbook a few months ago, I knew I wanted to share these easy, mini no bake cheesecakes with you. In Gina’s cookbook, she calls them shooters and serves them in adorable shot glasses.