This Banana Bread is completely sugar free, no refined sugars or even unrefined sugars added. No complicated sugar substitutes. Nada. Just a good ol' bunch of very brown bananas and you're good to go. This truly sugar free banana bread is perfect for breakfast, a midday snack, or even as dessert with a little drizzle of maple syrup.
This recipe is inspired by New Zealand's Ginger Crunch Slice. Typically made with plenty of sugar, butter, and flour - I've swapped those things to make a healthier, plant-based, and gluten-free take on these bars, with a chewy oaty base made with chickpea flour and a creamy caramel spiked with ginger.
These perfectly spiced Vegan Gingerbread Cookies taste like Christmas and are flour free too! Slightly spicy and warming, these cookies won't last you long. They turn out tender and chewy and work as a blank canvas for decorating!
These Healthy Watermelon Strawberry Popsicles are made with only fruit, making them naturally sweet and brimful with electrolytes. Dip them in coconut yogurt and you'll have a fruity Magnum-esque treat that's sure to satisfy. The more in-season the fruits are, the sweeter and tastier the popsicles!
This is a healthier (and tastier) version of the popular "Aloe Vera Drink". Typically grape flavoring and all sorts of added sugars are used, but in this drink it's all natural! Pure homemade grape juice with a refreshing bite of aloe vera in every sip.
Prickly Pears are brimful micronutrients like vitamin C, vitamin B6, niacin, potassium, magnesium, calcium, iron, and more which are essential in lowering cholesterol levels, fighting cancer cells, boosting your immune system, strengthening bones, anti-inflammatory, and so much more. So with this powerful sugar-free syrup, you can fight off the nasties while enjoying the unusual sweet taste of prickly pears; a fusion of strawberry, raspberry, bubblegum, and watermelon. The addition of lime is a must as the fruit itself lacks tartness.
These Chocolate Dipped Pumpkin Seed Butter Fudge bites are delightfully sweet, nutty, and creamy. The amount of sugar in this recipe is minimized with the addition of a banana in the place of sugar. I made a small batch, but this recipe is very easy to double, or triple!