It’s that time again — time to share your fabulous, but healthier, recipes! Wow, last week there were nearly 100 recipes shared here at Slightly Indulgent Tuesday. Thanks for your participation!
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In case you missed it, I shared a couple of amazing chocolate recipes last week. My recipe for Raid Your Pantry Brownies for Attune Foods is not only delicious…it’s adaptable too. If you don’t have the exact ingredients, you can substitute something similar from your pantry. My Peanut Butter & Chocolate “Green” Milkshake was also featured on the Peanut Butter & Co Blog. It’s a non-dairy milkshake that is packed with superfoods — a very healthy treat! Be sure to check out these yummy recipes!
If you’re switching to a gluten-free, allergen-friendly diet, time can be one of your biggest obstacles. Stop by Life Your Way to check out my 5 Tips for Getting an Allergy-Friendly, Real Food Meal on the Table Fast.
Last Week’s Healthier Highlights
- Chestnut Truffles from The Fussiest Eater
- Watermelon Strawberry Pops with Fresh Mint from Fox in the Kitchen
- Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse from Small Footprint Family
- Brownies with Peanut Butter Sauce from Food and Yoga for Life
- Almond Freezer Protein Balls from Om Nom Ally
- Flourless Peanut Butter Cookies from Simply Living Healthy
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- Recipes DO NOT have to be sugar-free or gluten-free – just healthier in some way. The idea is to share our ideas and inspire each other in the kitchen.
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