Chocolate Pecan Pie Bars (Vegan, Paleo, + Gluten-Free)


I was at my computer trying to think of a creative way to make brownies. Or fudge. I really couldn't decide because they're both delicious choices.  Thinking, thinking, thinking....when I overthink recipes, I tend to over-complicate them as well. So I decided to create something rich and fudgy, and wrote down simple ingredients like cocoa powder, dates, and coconut oil. I mean you can't go wrong with that combo, right? It's at that point I randomly thought of pecan pie. To which I whipped up these delicious, decadent, fudgy, chocolate pecan pie bars. A tasty treat that falls somewhere between a brownie and fudge. Te absolute best of both worlds!

Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge Cups

This smooth and flavorful fudge needs no processing or blending, making it one of the easiest fudge recipes to make! This tasty treat is also low in sugar, high in protein, and gluten-free.



Fig Stuffed Vanilla Cookie Bars

 Are you a fig newton fan? Do you even know what those are? They taste straight up artificial. Even if you’re a lover of fig newtons or not, these cookie bars stuffed with an ooey gooey homemade fig filling are the upscale, non-artificial version of the refined sugar-filled grocery store fig newton cookies. The cookie bar is incredibly soft and chewy. The fig filling is fresh, sweet, and delicious. It’s a delightful combination you must try! They are also refined sugar free, egg free, dairy, free, and soy free.

Mini Chocolate Raspberry Tarts

Rich and silky gluten-free chocolate mousse tarts are a great way to start or end your day! The tangy raspberries on top compliment the silky smooth chocolate filling perfectly. There are also 2 secret ingredients in this recipe that gives these tarts an extra nutritional boost with extra healthy fats and fiber.  In the notes at the end of the recipe, I included a list of simple, suitable substitutes to make this treat vegan.

Double Dark Chocolate Crinkle Cookies


Rich, chewy, chocolatey, soft, low sugar, & gluten-free, crinkle cookies. They take only 20 minutes to make, from start to finish, and they’re sure to satisfy your sweet tooth without any guilt!

Vegetable “Cream” Sauce (Vegan)

Don’t let the word vegan fool you – it’s one of the creamiest sauces I’ve ever tried and it’s loaded with hearty vegetables! Which means there are so many added benefits to this dish. It’s not only delicious but also jam-packed with nutrients. Serve it over rice, pasta, quinoa, or (if not vegan) grilled chicken or seafood. Either way you enjoy it, you will not be disappointed at all!