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Chewy Gingersnap Molasses Cookies [Freezer Friendly]

Chewy Gingersnap Molasses Cookies [Freezer Friendly]

There isn’t a sweet treat I prefer more than a warm chewy cookie fresh from the oven. Do you like them chewy or crisp? Though I do partake in a crispy cookie every once in a while, my heart belongs to the chewy cookie family. This recipe is a spin on gingersnaps. The difference is…

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Сauliflower Fritters

Сauliflower Fritters

That’s a great recipe for breakfast, launch, brunch – you name it! This fritters are low in carbs and fats, but high in fiber and taste amazing! Ingredients: 1 Сauliflower, about 2.5-3 lb 3 garlic cloves 1 cup flour 2 eggs 2 tbsp grated cheese 1 tbsp parsley 1/3 cup hot water salt and pepper…

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Sugar-Coating Marketing

Sugar-Coating Marketing

With big budgets and deceptive advertising practices, sugar interests target vulnerable audiences and turn misinformation into profit. DOWNLOAD Full report We eat too much sugar, and it’s bad for our health. A growing body of scientific evidence supports this proposition, and groups such as the World Health Organization, the American Heart Association, and the U.S….

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Quick & Easy & Affordable Dinner Recipes For People Who Hate Cooking

Quick & Easy & Affordable Dinner Recipes For People Who Hate Cooking

My mom used to tell me never to use the word “hate.” “You don’t hate it, Sarah, you just dislike it.” Thanks for the advice mom, but no. I’m allowed to hate things. And anyone who reads my blog knows that I hate cooking. I’m terrible at it, and the only part I enjoy is the eating. But…

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Rye Flour Pancakes For Brunch

Rye Flour Pancakes For Brunch

This is a healthier version of usual pancakes, which is still delicious and is perfect for brunch! It has wholemeal rye flour and only a hint of sugar (or even no sugar if you wish to avoid it). Of course, it’s better to enjoy warm with your favorite toppings and a cup of tea/coffee. Ingredients:…

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Banana-Pumpkin Muffins [Low Sugar]

Banana-Pumpkin Muffins [Low Sugar]

It’s almost pumpkin spice season! I love all things pumpkin, but I’m also switching to a no-added-sugar lifestyle. So this is my kind of a treat this fall. Ingredients: 1 1/2 cup pumpkin puree 1 ripe banana 1/3 cup pureed dates (or sugar, if you don’t mind it) 1/3 cup buttermilk 1/3 cup melted butter…

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Irish Stew: Healthy Comfort Food

Irish Stew: Healthy Comfort Food

We all love comfort food, especially when the autumn is coming! But it doesn’t have to be mac’n’cheese, pizza or anything else carbs-based. My brother brought me an Irish cook-book a few years ago as a souvenir from Dublin, and I fell in love with it’s simple and delicious recipes! This Irish stew is a…

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Zucchini from my vegetable garden: breakfast, lunch and desert!

Zucchini from my vegetable garden: breakfast, lunch and desert!

Zucchini is a great vegetable to incorporate in your diet. I have a lot of recipes for it, from breakfast to desert! Breakfast casserole Ingredients: 2 small zucchini: grate it and squeez out the liquid 1 onion, chopped 1 carrot, 3 eggs 1/2 – 1 cup grated cheese 1/2 tsp nutmeg Mix everything, put in…

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Healthier Carrot Cake [Wholemeal] [Low Sugar]

Healthier Carrot Cake [Wholemeal] [Low Sugar]

When carrots are in season, it’s a perfect ingredient for baking! Here is my favourite cake recipe: it’s got only a hint of sweetness, but still is very moist and delicious. You can even skip the frosting to keep it on the lighter side! Ingredients: 1/2 cup sugar 4 eggs 3/4 cup vegetable oil 3/4…

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Healthy on the go snack: versatile oatmeal cookies

Healthy on the go snack: versatile oatmeal cookies

This is a quick and easy recipe when you need to grab a healthy snack and run to work/school:  it has no added sugar, but still tastes delicious. Ingredients: 1/3 cup room temperature butter 1/2 ripe banana 1 egg 1/3 cup wholemeal flour 3/4 cup oatmeal 1 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp salt toppings of…

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