These quick, easy, and delicious truffles are the perfect, gluten-free treat packed with loads of apple pie flavor. Enjoy them right out of the fridge or freeze them up to 2 months for later enjoyment.
Forget those high calorie, high sugar, and high fat scones commonly seen at coffee shops and breakfast bakeries! These perfectly healthy scones will start your day right with flavors of sweet potato, sweet vanilla, and warm spices. Enjoy them at breakfast, as a snack, or as a nightcap treat.
This salad is overflowing with flavorful, healthy goodness! The sweet and salty combo paired with the crunch from the apples, pinenuts, and onion is sure to be a crown pleaser. It's the perfect side dish next to your typical, heavy holiday dishes since it deliver a light and fresh taste. The dressing adds just enough zing to the salad to keep you coming back for more.
Does anything else scream "THANKSGIVING" like sweet potatoes?! You've got sweet potato pie, sweet potato casserole, baked sweet potatoes, glazed sweet potatoes....you get the picture. I usually make a pumpkin cheesecake for the big feast. However, I wanted to create a twist on my traditional cheesecake flavor. Then it dawned on me. Sweet potatoes! This cheesecake has an amazing texture...smooth and silky - and is topped with a salty and sweet salted caramel sauce. It's a match made in Thanksgiving heaven. It also doesn't hurt that the macros of this cheesecake are exponentially lower (except for the protein, which is higher) than the traditional pumpkin cheesecake.
I'd like you to think of a chewy, sweet, and spiced gingerbread cookie - sounds scrumptious, right?! It's an instantaneous holiday memory booster! These gingerbread truffles are soft, perfectly sweetened, and deceivingly healthy, three things that I don't want you to miss out on. I really encourage you to make this recipe for the holiday season - they're an ideal little treat for a party or a grab-and-go snack for your busy days!