It is no wonder that Proust gave mention to these little pastries in “In Search of Lost Time”. They are delicious, soft and can be “veganized” quite easily. This recipe is inspired by Ricardo’s “Lemon Madeleines Recipe”. Enjoy!
It’s peach season! And what better way to celebrate than by making a delicious peach dessert? This recipe is delicious. I could eat the crumble on its own―it is sweet (but not too sweet), crunchy (thanks to the pecans) and really well-balanced. This is the perfect summertime dessert! The recipe is loosely based on Minimalist Baker’s “Easy Peach Crisp”―I decided not to use any sugar (but substitute it for maple syrup instead) and added some extra goodness to the peach filling.
I’ve never really been a breakfast person until I discovered the smoothie bowl. It is sooooo delicious, healthy and starts your day off right! Most of all, it is versatile. You can decide on any toppings that you love. Here is my go-to recipe!
I love eating healthy snacks, and it’s a bonus if they’re simple to make. This will satisfy your sweet tooth! For an extra, add a bit of maple syrup to make it sweeter, and/or granola to add some crunch.
Summertime is the perfect time for cold, and sweet snacks. I, myself, have a huge sweet tooth―if I could, I would eat ice cream for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Since I am trying to be the healthiest that I can be, it’s not such a good idea… I have a perfectly simple snack for all those hot summer days where you just want to indulge without guilt. Seriously, no guilt at all. This recipe has 2 ingredients (strawberry and rhubarb) and both come straight from the earth. No added sugar, no fuss―it can’t get any easier than this! Rhubarb tastes like sour green apple, and when mixed with strawberry, it’s sweetness comes out amazingly! Furthermore, it does wonders for our general health. Here is an article where you can find all the amazing benefits of rhubarb.