Okay, y’all. Let’s talk about these buckwheat bagels. Yeast is hard to find these days, and I’ve been GF (with a couple of meals as exceptions) since the beginning of the year. So I’m taking some time to learn more about GF/V baking when it comes to bread that doesn’t have yeast. SO FUN! Hahaha.
Actually, it has been. And this has been the highlight, I think. These bagels started out as a bread recipe recommended by a GF/V friend – shoutout to Miss Jackie O – and have now morphed into this version. And I have to say that I like this recipe a whole lot better as bagels because my loaf pan is pretty big. If you have a smaller loaf pan, feel free to bake this like bread! You can try doubling the recipe for a regular loaf pan, but I have not yet. Let me know if you do.
Finally! Not another oatmeal! And this one is PERFECT for the beautiful fall weather we’re not really experiencing here in Phoenix… LOL. Honestly, I don’t care if it’s still over 90F. I’m drinking this creamy, dreamy, delicious pumpkin spice golden milk latte anyway. Bet. 😉
I’m NOT a coffee drinker, so anything called “latte” in my book doesn’t have coffee. But if you want to add some, feel free to replace some of the water with it. My version has no caffeine, no refined sugar, and no hard-to-find or artificial ingredients. It’s easy peasy from start to finish, so let’s do this.
This Doggy Cookie Dough recipe came about when I was making the Doggy Peanut Butter Fudge. In fact, I’m not gonna lie: It’s the same three ingredients in the same measurements. It’s just not formed into bites, so it’s even easier. It looks like cookie dough and tastes a little like it (just less sweet). Your dogs will love it nonetheless though, so let’s get to it, shall we?
As you can tell, I’m in love with golden milk right now. It’s creamy. It’s smooth. It’s sweet. It’s spiced. It’s downright delicious. And sometimes it’s chocolaty, like the one we made last week. So let’s make a smoothie out of it, okay? Okay!
It’s time for another doggy recipe. And this Doggy Peanut Butter Fudge is inspired by the other bites and fudge I’ve made. Every time I make them, my dogs look at me like they want some. But with the maple syrup in there, I never want to share. So I finally made them their own! If you have a pup in your life, they’ll love these, so let’s get to it!
If you know me, you know I love a good golden milk latte. I love it so much I made it into cookies. Which means I had to combine it with one of my other favorite things: chocolate! So here it is! A Hot Chocolate Golden Milk Latte. Let’s do this, y’all.
A lot of you guys have been waiting for this one. I know. I’m sorry. I liked the way these tasted right after I made them, but they kept getting really dry. Finally got it right. So here it is! Peanut Butter Fudge Bites. These are a delicious, healthier snack or dessert perfect to keep in the freezer or fridge for when you need them. And you need just 4 simple ingredients. Let’s get to it!
It’s a perfect day for peanut butter cookie dough. You know why? Because EVERY day is the perfect day for peanut butter cookie dough! Especially since this is dough you can eat straight from the fridge. No need to bake. Just 4 simple ingredients (peanut butter, coconut flour, banana, and maple syrup), a little chill time, and you’re good to go. Can’t go wrong. So let’s do this!
You guys. These no-bake chocolate brownie bites are SO fudgy. SO sweet. SO delicious. SO vegan and gluten-free. And SO easy! You can make these with 5 natural and common ingredients you might even have in your kitchen right now. And you can customize these as much as you’d like with other mix-ins! So get into the kitchen with me and make these irresistible brownie bites!
We’ve made baked chocolate donuts on the blog before. They’ve even been gluten-free before. But this version utilizes the base of my favorite banana bread muffins without making these taste like banana bread donuts. They taste like chocolaty goodness instead, so they’re a delicious dessert. Yet they’re made with healthy, simple ingredients, so they’re perfect as breakfast or a snack. So take your pick on when you eat them. They’re easily anything you want them to be!