What says Spring more than a citrus Lemon Bar recipe? For this recipe I turned the classic lemon bar into muffins for a refreshing, bite sized dessert. This dessert is paleo friendly, gluten and diary free.
I am a huge fan of lemon anything. When I entertain in the Spring and Summer months I will usually make these lovely bites. Sometime I will make them and pop them into the freezer, so I have them on hand for when my husband and I are craving a sweet treat during the week. I will sometimes serve them with vanilla ice cream for him, because he tolerates dairy better than I do. You can also serve fresh berries on the side to compliment the lemon flavor as well. Or, if you are feeling crazy do the muffins with ice cream and berries. You can’t go wrong either way.
This recipe is pretty easy to make as well, so the labor required is very minimal. The hardest part is waiting for them to completely cool before you remove them from the muffin liners. For storage, put them in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days, or put them in the freezer for up to 3 months. I suggest using parchment paper to separate the muffins so they do not stick together as they are freezing.
These peanut butter and chocolate covered beauties will satisfy any sweet tooth lurking around your kitchen hunting for a tasty dessert. Have these on hand for the chocolate or peanut butter cup lover in your life for a clean and simple dessert. This dessert recipe is a satisfying gluten free and dairy free dessert.
Is there anything better than the combination of peanut butter and chocolate? These chocolate covered bananas are a smash hit in my house, and often times when I am making them my sons will grab them before I even drizzle the chocolate on top. Whenever I went to Trader Joe’s I would grab their chocolate covered bananas, and recently I decided to make my own version.
These are super clean and easy to make. I tend to double the recipe, because this is something everyone in my house eats and they disappear quickly. Nothing makes me happier than seeing my kids enjoy a dessert I know is healthy and has a short list of ingredients. I also like that these are low maintenance and take next to no time to make. These will be adored by your family and friends, adults and kids alike.
If you are a fan of peanut butter and chocolate, and need a clean option for a dessert, then this is for you. These Chunky Monkey Frozen Yogurt Cups are gluten free, and diary free.
I am a lover of all things peanut butter and chocolate. I am also a lover of ice cream, so it is only natural that I created a healthy version of a classic chunky monkey dessert. For this recipe I kept it dairy free and used Forager vanilla yogurt, but Kite Hill is another good alternative. If you are not sensitive to dairy, then a basic yogurt will do just fine, just be sure to use plain or vanilla so the flavors blend well.
I fried the banana in coconut oil with some cinnamon on top for a little something extra. For the granola, I recommend a gluten free option such as Purely Elizabeth which is exceptional. These yogurt cups are super easy to make, and they keep nicely in the freezer for up to 1 month in an airtight container. Before you plan on serving them I would let them thaw for about 5 minutes so they are easier to eat with a fork or spoon. I hope you enjoy these as much as I do. They are a simple and clean dessert that won’t leave you feeling stuffed to the brim after a nice meal.