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Yogurt Fruit Popsicle

When the weather warms up, this girl continuously begs to make popsicles. And today was her lucky day because Mom said yes! We actually make Yogurt Fruit Popsicles fairly regularly in the Summer because it’s nice to have a cool, healthy treat on hand, and the kids like to help make them so it turns into a fun family activity.

Here is everything you’ll need; and you can sweeten it with stevia, pure maple syrup or honey, whatever you like or whatever you have on hand.

 

Yogurt Fruit Popsicle
*makes about 8-10 popsicles

2 c plain yogurt
1 c frozen berries (I like to use a blueberry and strawberry combo)
2 Stevia packets (2 grams; could also sub 1/3 c honey or 1/3 c pure maple syrup)

Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into popsicle molds according to directions, and freeze 5 hours or overnight.

 

 

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Berry Crumble

I have no excuse for the ‘no-post’ last week except that I didn’t plan ahead, meaning we had guests in town for a week, then my kids were off of school the next week for Spring break which was the week of the missed post, and since I knew I wouldn’t get around to it with them around, I should’ve written the post awhile back, but I did not. So I apologize. But that’s not to say that this won’t ever happen again, because it probably will some day, but I will try to let them be few and far between. Alright, let’s move on!

Last week was my 34th birthday and my sweet husband (and bff) made me a dessert he thought I’d like but boy was he wrong…I LOVED it! He knew I’d like it because of the ingredients: no dairy, no refined sugar but still sweet with a crumble topping and just amazing! And really, you can’t go wrong when there’s a crumble topping. He doubled the crumble topping from the original recipe because he knows me :). This is our modified recipe with the doubled crumble topping. Finish it off with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, or in my case, coconut milk vanilla ‘ice cream’ or coconut milk whipped topping. I hope you enjoy!

Berry Crumble
serves 6-8

4 c sliced strawberries (frozen or fresh)
2 c blueberries (frozen or fresh)
1 Tbsp lemon juice
2 Tbsp corn starch or tapioca starch
1 1/2 c rolled oats
3/4 c almond flour or almond meal
1 c chopped raw walnuts or pecans
1 tsp ground cinnamon
1/2 tsp ground ginger
1/4 tsp sea salt
2/3 c pure maple syrup
1/2 c coconut oil, melted
Vanilla ice cream or whipped cream (I use coconut milk ‘ice cream’ instead of dairy)

Preheat oven to 400 degrees and adjust rack to center of oven. Get out a 12 inch  cast iron skillet(or 9×13 pan) and set aside. In a large bowl, toss together the strawberries, blueberries, lemon juice and corn starch. Spread the mixture in the skillet or 9×13; no need to grease. In the same bowl, whisk together the oats, almond flour or meal, nuts, cinnamon, ginger and salt. Add the maple syrup and oil and stir until combined. Spread the oat topping evenly over the berry mixture. Place in the center of the oven. Bake until the topping is golden brown and the fruit is bubbling, 25-30 minutes(closer to 30  if using frozen fruit). Serve warm or at room temperature with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

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Blonde Brownies

My kids had a piano recital Monday night and they asked if we could go out for frozen yogurt after, but we had just did that last weekend after another special event and taking out a family of 7 for FroYo is not cheap. So I asked them what would be a good in-home alternative and they requested these Blondies. I’ve had this recipe for years and years and we’ve made it multiple times and love it, but because it does have quite a bit of sugar, I save it for special occasions or when we’re going to share it with a crowd.

I like to bake these in my 11×7 inch rectangular pan (2.2 quart) because they cook very evenly and turn out looking beautiful with very few breaks/cracks. But I have also made it in my 8×8 and it works, but I like the way they look better when they come out of the 11×7. So just putting that out there. You could also double this recipe and stick it in a 9×13 pan.

I’ve used both coconut oil and butter in this recipe and both turn out fabulous. Just make sure they are softened when you cream them together with the sugar (10 seconds in the microwave should do it if they’re pretty firm).

For the flour, I wouldn’t try and go all whole wheat, I’d stick with the half and half as I have it in the recipe. If you’ve ever tried this in a chocolate chip cookie recipe, you’ll know what I’m talking about when I say they don’t quite look or taste the same. But half and half in this recipe works beautifully.

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Blonde Brownies
*makes 12 bars

1/4 c coconut oil or butter, softened
1 c brown sugar, packed
1 egg
1/2 tsp vanilla
1/2 c whole white wheat flour
1/2 c white flour (I like to use an unbromated white)
1 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp sea salt
1 c chocolate chips (or white chocolate or butterscotch)

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Grease an 11×7 inch pan (2.2 quart); can use 8×8 but they bake a little more evenly in the 11×7 and there is less breaking/cracking. In a large mixing bowl, combine softened coconut oil and brown sugar. Using a hand mixer, beat until blended. Beat in egg and vanilla. Using a wooden spoon, stir in the flour, baking powder and salt and mix together. Stir in chocolate chips. Spread into your greased pan. Bake about 25 minutes until light golden. Cut into 12 bars. Eat warm or, once cooled, cover and save to eat within a day or two.

*These freeze well in a freezer ziploc bag.

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Pumpkin Coconut Breakfast Cookies

I hope you all had a nice Christmas; it is my absolute favorite holiday! I love the lights, the music, the food, I love acting out the nativity with our family and reading the Christmas story and one of my favorite things is having Scott around for several days in a row. This year we were so pleased that his parents were able to join us for Christmas from NC, and Scott was home for almost a week straight which was heaven on earth!

I am so excited to share this breakfast cookie recipe because I am loving them! It’s more of a quick, grab-and-g0 healthy snack or breakfast, rather than a dessert-type cookie. I freeze almost the entire batch and then eat one or two a day, straight out of the freezer; they don’t require any thawing time. If you don’t freeze them, just know that they are a softer cookie and I think after day two you’ll find they get even softer when stored in a tupperware so you’d probably want to freeze them after a couple of days. I waited a day before I froze mine. For those of you that care, each cookie is 100 calories when you make 36 cookies(I’m doing My Fitness Pal again for a short time which I don’t love, but because of all the yummy Christmas foods we still have around the house, I’ve been snacking way too often so this’ll help keep me in check). I found this recipe in this month’s  Runners World magazine, which was submitted by Elyse Kopecky and though her recipe only makes 20 cookies, I found when I used my cookie scoop, 36 was a more accurate amount. If you make them bigger, then obviously, the calorie count per cookie will be higher.

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Here are the ingredients:

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You can buy almond flour, or you can grind your own if you have a high power blender. I just straight up throw in whole, raw almonds and grind them for several seconds, mix it with a rubber spatula, grind for several more seconds, and it’s done!

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I added raisins and a handful of chopped walnuts but you can leave them plain or add some chocolate chips or whatever else you like.

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I mix all my ingredients together in a large mixing bowl with a wooden spoon.

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 I baked these on my silicone mats. I love these baking mats because of ease of clean up and I love that I can slide the whole mat off the cookie sheet and onto a cooling rack with the cookies all in place and it only takes a second.

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Have them cool completely before storing them in a tupperware or in freezer ziploc bags.

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Have a safe and Happy New Year!

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THE RECIPE:

Pumpkin Coconut Breakfast Cookies
*Makes about 3 dozen

2 c almond flour (I make my own grinding a little less than 2 c, whole raw almonds in my Blendtec)
1 1/2 c rolled oats
1 c unsweetened shredded coconut
2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 tsp sea salt

1 c pumpkin puree
1/2 c pure maple syrup
1/2 c melted coconut oil
optional: 1/4 c raisins, chopped dates, walnuts or chocolate chips

Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line a cookie sheet with a silicone mat or parchment paper and set aside. In a large mixing bowl add your flour, oats, coconut, cinnamon and salt. In a small mixing bowl combine your pumpkin, syrup, and oil. Add the pumpkin mixture to the dry ingredients and stir to combine. Add in any optional raisins, nuts, chocolate chips etc and stir until incorporated. Using a cookie scoop, scoop out dough and place on cookie sheet baking for about 25 minutes, until golden(check after 20). Makes 3 dozen cookies.

You can eat these right away or store in a tupperware container for a couple of days. They are also great cold and I like to freeze most of mine and eat them straight out of the freezer (they don’t require any thawing time because they’re a softer cookies).

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Honey Sweetened Poppy Seed Bread

Christmas is only five days away! We have Scott’s parents coming in town today from North Carolina, Thursday the kids get to play Christmas songs on a grand piano at a local grocery store, Saturday we will act out the nativity and sing lots of Christmas songs, and Sunday after stockings and gifts, we’ll go to church for an hour where Scott, me and Elisabeth will be performing (our church will do all musical numbers with a little narration on Christmas Sunday; no actual classes), and then we’ll come home and have a brunch with cinnamon rolls and egg casserole! So it’ll be a full and joyful week! And I cannot tell you how long I have been dreaming about having cinnamon rolls. I only make them a couple of times a year because 1) they’re time consuming and 2) (and most importantly) I love them SO much that I always eat too many .  Here is my overnight cinnamon roll recipe(who wants to be making dough Christmas morning? not me) if you want to give them a try; they’re all whole grain and SUPER soft and delicious.

We made a couple of different foods to give away as neighbor/teacher gifts, a chex mix and this poppy seed bread which is made with half whole wheat flour and is sweetened with honey and apple sauce. We kept a loaf for our family and gave away three mini loaves and the next day my kids begged me to make more, and this time a double batch because it “wasn’t enough” :)! We love poppy seed bread at Christmas, and all the time!

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THE RECIPE:

Honey Sweetened Poppy Seed Bread
*Makes 2 8×4 inch loaves, or 6 mini loaves

1 c butter, melted
1/3 c unsweetened applesauce
2 Tbsp coconut oil, melted
1/2 c warm mlk
2 eggs
1/2 c honey
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp almond extract
1 c all-purpose flour
1 c whole white wheat flour
1 tsp sea salt
2 tsp baking powder
1 1/2 tsp poppy seeds

Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Grease and flour 2, 8×4 inch loaf pans (or 6 mini loaves, or a combo of the two) and set aside. Cream butter, applesauce, oil, eggs, milk, honey, and extracts. Add remaining ingredients and cream until blended but not over mixed. Bake loaf pans 45 minutes (edges browning, tooth pick comes out clean), mini loaves 35 minutes.

*Always check pan five minutes before timer goes off because different ovens cook differently so it may need a little less or a little more time.

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Gingerbread Pumpkin Trifle

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Here’s the recipe I promised last week. It’s a Gingerbread Pumpkin Trifle recipe that I adapted from the Our Best Bites cookbook. The original recipe calls for 1 c powdered sugar in the whipped cream, so I lightened it up with a little pure maple syrup.

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I also like to use coconut sugar in place of brown sugar whenever possible as it’s an unrefined sugar, and it tastes great in this recipe for the pumpkin mousse.

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You can use the gingerbread recipe I posted last week which is made with whole wheat flour and is AMAZING all on it’s own! Once it has cooled, cut it into 1/2 inch cubes for this recipe. I’ve cooked it in a 9×13 dish and a large loaf pan and both work well.

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If you’re layering into the smaller, individual serving dishes, I found it helpful to put a few of the gingerbread cubes in the bottom, and then gently push them down with a spoon. Next, using a cookie scoop or tablespoon, add in a couple scoops of the pumpkin mixture, gently tapping the glass on the counter and gently swirling the jar which helped fill in some gaps, and then adding the whipped cream and doing the same tapping and swirling motion to get it all spread out evenly.

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THE RECIPE:

Gingerbread Pumpkin Trifle-adapted from Our Best Bites

1 recipe gingerbread (or 14.5 oz box gingerbread mix)
3 c heavy cream
1/4 c pure maple syrup
1 tsp vanilla extract

Mousse:
1/4 c cold water
1 (1 0z) packet unflavored gelatin (can find near jello at grocery store)
1 (15 oz) can pumpkin puree
1/2 c coconut sugar (or brown sugar)
1 1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/8 tsp nutmeg, plus additional for garnish
1/8 tsp cloves

Bake gingerbread according to recipe. Cool and cut into 1/2 inch cubes. Set aside. Combine heavy cream, maple syrup and vanilla in a large mixing bowl. Beat with an electric mixer until medium-stiff peaks form and set aside.

For the mousse: Place water in a small, microwave safe bowl and sprinkle gelatin over it. Gently stir and then set bowl aside for 5 minutes for gelatin to soften. Combine pumpkin, coconut sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves in a medium mixing bowl. Whisk to combine. Place bowl of gelatin in microwave and heat 30 seconds and then stir until dissolved completely. Add gelatin to pumpkin mixture and whisk until fully combined. Fold 2 cups of whipped cream into the pumpkin mixture, gently folding until incorporated.

Place half of gingerbread cubes on the bottom of a trifle bowl or other glass bowl with tall sides. Top with half of pumpkin mousse and half of remaining whipped cream. Repeat layers, ending with whipped cream, and sprinkle top lightly with nutmeg. Chill 1 hour before serving.

*When I served these for my book club, I found that putting them in individual serving dishes, like 1 cup mason jars, was perfect and kept them looking nice since large trifles tend to look a little messy when served.

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Whole Wheat Gingerbread

A couple of weeks ago, Scott baked a new gingerbread recipe for the family on a Sunday afternoon, and it was gone by the next morning. I loved it so much that I made it again that same week, and I made a double batch so I could share some with my book club.

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This whole wheat gingerbread is super moist and so yummy. For book club, I  layered the gingerbread with a pumpkin mixture and some whipped cream.  I served it in 1 -cup glass mason jars which was great for individual portions and it looked so pretty!  I will post the trifle recipe next week so be sure to check back for the rest of that recipe. In the meantime, let’s make some gingerbread sweet bread, which will also make your house smell amazing!

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Here are your ingredients. Be sure to use a molasses like this Grandma’s one pictured below that is NOT blackstrap molasses. Blackstrap is not sweet. You can tell if it’s blackstrap molasses by reading the ingredients on the jar; it’ll say ‘blackstrap molasses’.

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You can either bake it in a 9×13 pan or a large bread loaf pan. I’ve used both, and the bake times are pretty close.

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The bottom of your bread will look a bit crumbly like this if you forget to line your pan with parchment(like I did). But if you forget, no worries, it tastes the same and once you flip it over right side up, you can’t even tell.

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THE RECIPE:

Whole Wheat Gingerbread

1/2 c organic cane sugar (or any granulated sugar)
1/2 c butter, softened
1 egg
1 c molasses (not blackstrap)
1/4 c unsweetened apple sauce
2 1/2 c whole white wheat flour
1 1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp sea salt
2 tsp ground cinnamon
2 tsp ground ginger
1 tsp ground cloves
1 c hot water

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Line the bottom of a large bread loaf pan( a 9×13 works too) with parchment paper and then spray with Pam with flour. Set aside.

In your Bosch or large mixing bowl, cream together the sugar and butter. Beat in the egg. Add molasses and applesauce and mix. Add in the flour, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, ginger and cloves and mix. Add in the hot water and mix again. Pour into your prepared pan.

Bake about 45 minutes to an hour in the preheated oven until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean. Allow to cool in pan for 5-10 minutes before removing from the bread loaf pan to cool completely on a cooling rack. (To get bread out of loaf pan, take a bread knife around the edges, then put a cooling rack or cutting board on top of bread, flip it over so the bread is now on top of the rack, and then gently remove the pan, knocking on the bottom of the pan if it’s sticking slightly.). If you made the bread in a 9×13, it can cool in the pan completely and you can serve it straight out of the pan. Top with a little whipped cream and it’s perfect! I love it with this easy to make coconut whipped cream. 

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Caramel Corn

I’ll admit, I have a bit of a sweet tooth. I always have. As I’ve gotten older I’ve learned some self discipline and will allow myself a treat or two during the week, but even then, sometimes I go a little overboard with my treat and I may have a couple of helpings (like the snickerdoodles we made last week…I think I ate six in one day). And that definitely happens when I make caramel or peanut butter popcorn. I think I end up eating half of it myself and who knows, I might even be able to polish off an entire thing, but because I have to share it with so many people, I haven’t been able to test out that theory :); and that’s a good thing. It’s a good thing we have so many family members because it requires me to share :).

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These are the ingredients: air popped popcorn, coconut sugar, brown rice syrup, butter, salt and baking soda.

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Combine butter, coconut sugar, syrup and salt in a medium saucepan. Bring to a boil and allow to boil for 2 minutes, stirring occasionally. I watch this pretty closely because I do not want this cooking too long because I like my caramel corn to be more like a sticky caramel coating, not the hard, crunchy kind.

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Remove from heat and stir in baking soda. Immediately pour over your popped popcorn in a large mixing bowl, and stir together. Allow it to cool for a minute before you give it a try so it doesn’t burn your mouth.

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Caramel Corn
serves 6-8

1/2 c kernels, popped and set aside in a large mixing bowl
1/2 c butter
1/2 c coconut sugar
1/4 c brown rice syrup
1/8 tsp sea salt
1/8 tsp baking soda

Combine butter, coconut sugar, syrup and salt in a medium saucepan. Bring to a boil and allow to boil for 2 minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat and stir in baking soda. Pour over popped popcorn in a large mixing bowl and stir to combine.

*this is not a hard and crunchy caramel corn.

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High Altitude Snickerdoodle Cookies

My ten your old son and his friend came in today and asked if they could make cookies so they could have a bake sale in our front yard. I reminded them that it was 100 degrees outside, and that they might not get any cars that pass by because we don’t live in a high traffic neighborhood, but that didn’t deter them a bit. So we pulled out our tried and true high altitude, ‘healthified’ snickerdoodle recipe (because we live in Utah and cookies bake different in high altitude; but this will also work great at lower altitudes as well), which has a wonderful flavor and soft, chewy texture, and the boys went to work, making cookies, with minimal help from me!

We used whole white wheat flour in these cookies, but also some white flour, otherwise you compromise the texture, which I didn’t want to do. We also used a less refined sugar, but any granulated sugar works.  I know, I know, we are cooking with sugar and white flour, which is something I usually try to avoid, but I’m also not a fanatic, and this is what the boys wanted to make so we went with it, and like I mentioned, it wasn’t all bad because this is a recipe I’ve tweaked and ‘healthified’.  The boys ended up making some money, almost $6, which surprised me, until I found out that most of that came  from one place, our next door neighbors :).

Start out by creaming together your softened butter, sugar and eggs in a large mixing bowl.  Add flour, cream of tartar, baking soda, salt and mix.

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Form into a large ball, in your bowl, and  chill about 10-20 minutes, until the dough is easy to handle. While the dough is chilling, preheat your oven to 350 degrees, put your other ingredients away, and mix together your cinnamon and sugar on a dinner plate, preferably one with a little bit of a rim so the sugar doesn’t fall off the plate. Using a cookie scoop(or a Tbsp), form dough into  balls and roll in the cinnamon and sugar mixture.

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You can bake them on an ungreased cookie sheet, or use one lined with parchment paper for super easy cleanup.  They bake for about 10-11 minutes or until golden and firmed up a bit.

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This recipe makes about 3 and 1/2 dozen cookies. You can freeze them once they’ve cooked and cooled on a baking sheet, in freezer ziploc bag, for another day.

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High Altitude Snickerdoodle Cookies
Makes about 3 and 1/2 dozen cookies

2 sticks unsalted butter, softened
1 1/2 c turbinado sugar (or other granulated sugar)
2 eggs
2 c unbromated white flour (or any white flour)
3/4 c whole white wheat flour
1 1/4 tsp cream of tartar
1/4 tsp baking soda
1/4 tsp sea salt

Cinnamon and Sugar Topping
1/4 c granulated sugar
1 1/2 Tbsp cinnamon

In a large mixing bowl, cream together butter, sugar and eggs.  Add flour, cream of tartar, baking soda, salt and mix. Form into a large ball, in the bowl, and  chill about 10-20 minutes, until the dough is easy to handle. While the dough is chilling, preheat your oven to 350 degrees, put your other ingredients away, and mix together your cinnamon and sugar on a dinner plate, preferably one with a little bit of a rim so the sugar doesn’t fall off the plate. Using a cookie scoop(or a Tbsp), form dough into balls and roll in the cinnamon and sugar mixture. Bake on an ungreased cookie sheet (or one lined with parchment paper for super easy cleanup)  for about 10-11 minutes or until golden and firmed up a bit. Makes about 3 and 1/2 dozen. Can freeze after cooked and cooled, in freezer ziploc bag, for another day.

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Peanut Butter Rice Crispy Treats

We moved last week and so things have been crazy busy around here! We didn’t have internet for several days and even my iphone internet was spotty with the cellular data, which is why there was no post last week. But I think we are getting back into the swing of things around here now that we are mostly unpacked…I’m actually a crazy person and unpack and organize everything within the first couple of days, but there are a couple of boxes in the garage I need my hubby to go through and decide where he wants to put things. Anyhow, I haven’t done much cooking over the past month besides the quick and basic essentials: daily green smoothie, crock pot black beans, quinoa, spaghetti and yeah that’s about it :). Tomorrow I intend to make my granola that we always like to have on hand and hopefully I’ll get some real cooking and experimenting time in over the next couple of weeks.

This is a dessert recipe I’ve had for awhile and which we’ve made several times. They are a healthy version of a peanut butter rice crispy treat, which are kinda like my no-bake peanut butter rice crispy bars, but there are a few small differences like less peanut butter, no oats, and different natural sweeteners. Give them a try, they are delicious! And they’d be great to serve to friends at a gathering or to sell at a bake sale.

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I find this cereal at health food stores like Sprouts or Whole Foods. There are a couple of different brands that work well, just make sure it’s the ‘brown rice crisp’ cereal and not the ‘puffed brown rice’.

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THE RECIPE:

Peanut Butter Rice Crispy Treats (vegan, gf)
*makes 1, 9×13 pan, about 12 squares

1 box brown rice crisp cereal
1 c honey (or can use brown rice syrup in place of honey and maple syrup)
1/2 c pure maple syrup
1/8 tsp sea salt
3/4 c natural peanut butter (or almond butter)
1/4 c carob or chocolate chips

Pour rice cereal into a large bowl. Heat the honey and syrup, with a pinch of sea salt in a saucepan over low heat. Add the peanut butter and stir until well combined. Pour over the rice cereal. Mix well with wooden spoon. Once cooled to room temperature, stir in chocolate chips. Make sure it’s cool or the chips will melt. Turn the mixture onto a 9×13 baking dish. Wet your wooden spoon lightly and press the mixture evenly into the pan, or lightly wet hands and press into pan. Let chill for an hour in fridge before cutting into squares and eating (if possible :)).

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