Healthy Treat Recipes
Posted January 26th, 2017 in News
The first month of the year is almost over. Can you believe it? It seems like just days ago, we were clinking glasses and setting resolutions. The new year is all about self-improvement, setting goals, and making changes in our lives. If you’re like the 21.4% of Americans who made a resolution to lose weight, you know that sticking to this resolution can be extremely tough!
We think that once the winter holidays are over, it’ll be easy to stick to a diet. Unfortunately, this often is not true. There are birthday celebrations, office parties, and other distractions that cause us to indulge. It can be difficult or awkward to refuse these unhealthy treats, which makes it easier to justify our decisions.
Fortunately, there is a way that you can indulge without breaking your diet. It takes a little bit of preparation, but we think it is well worth it. Check out these recipes for healthy donuts, cookies, and cakes:
Instead of grabbing a coffee and sugary, fried, and unhealthy donut on the way to work, try making these at home! They’re delicious, satisfying, and easy to make. Try making a batch at the beginning of the week and then grabbiFortunately, there is a way that you can indulge without breaking your diet. It takes a little bit of preparation, but we think it is well worth it. Check out these recipes for healthy donuts, cookies, and cakes:ng one as you head out the door every morning.
Chocolate donuts have never gone hand-in-hand with dieting until we found this recipe! They’re both fat-free AND fluffy, what more could you ask for?
This is a unique flavor of donut that is sure not to disappoint. Additionally, by adding kefir or yogurt to your donut mix, you’re getting an even healthier end-result.
Looking for more healthy donut recipes? Try these.
Sometimes, you just need a tall glass of milk and cookie. Cookies bring us back to our childhood. They’re simple, handheld, and satisfying. These cookies are low in calories and rich in flavor. Which one will you try first?
Girl Scout Cookies are the best, aren’t they? These healthier versions are diet-friendly and absolutely delicious. Each cookie only has 46 calories, so feel free to have a few!
These cookies are a healthy and tasty alternative to the classic coconut macaroon, which is loaded with fat. They’re crunchy, sweet, and only 90 calories each!
Everyone loves cake! Cake means celebration, happy memories, and totally sweet decadence. Missing out on cake is no fun, and now you don’t have to!
You may have seen cakes and arrangements made completely from fruit before, but it’s easy and much cheaper to make it on your own at home. You’ll need toothpicks, fruit, and some creativity to make this “cake” come to life.
This cake is SO good that you’ll forget it’s healthy. It’s rich, chocolatey, and it won’t last long.