Oh, hello Fall, it’s that time of year again … Pumpkin Spice Season! More than any other time of the year, autumn/winter is about flavors and lots of them. The season is full of my favorite sweet treat flavors, including cinnamon, cloves, ginger, cardamom, chai … apples, and pumpkin. And what better way to celebrate the warm spice flavors of fall than by making your favorite fall desserts.…
Fresh figs are wonderful! They’re such a cozy beautiful, late summer/early fall fruit. Although dried figs are available throughout the year, there is nothing like the unique taste and texture of fresh figs. They’re soft, crunchy, lusciously sweet, and lavender is my favorite herb! I combined them together with blueberries and black currants in this cake. It turned out so delicious. Simple, but oh-so-perfect!…
Yay, it’s FRIDAY! I hope everyone is having a wonderful day and don’t forget to treat yourself to something sweet. Are you a fan of fig newtons? These bars are made with fig and mulberry jam filling – naturally sweet, flavorful and not too thick, wrapped in a delicious and nutritious crust made with almonds, flaxseeds, shredded coconut and nut milk….
It not only has great flavor, but has a very light, almost sponge cake-like texture. The recipe only takes a few minutes to prepare, uses simple ingredients, they are very low in sugar – sweetened with dates and apple sauce, completely grain-free, nut-free, oil-free which actually makes them a great anytime snack. It also makes a perfectly healthy, grab-and-go breakfast….
They’re incredibly delicious and filled with all sorts of whole food, no added sugar, no artificial ingredients, just pure plant based nutrient powered goodness to get your morning started. Packed with whole grains, healthy fats and protein, these chewy apple breakfast cookies are perfect for a snack, dessert or lunch box treat. Don’t be surprised by how quickly these go!
These oatmeal cookies are a great way to not only sneak in both soluble and insoluble fiber into your diet. Oats provide plenty of fiber, notably beta-glucan, a soluble fiber that has been shown to reduce overall cholesterol, decrease the risk of heart disease, and aid in proper digestion. Raisins are another source of fiber, while walnuts boost the beneficial healthy fats in these cookies. The bananas hold the cookies together to create the perfect texture, while cinnamon and orange juice gives a heavenly flavor, and raisins and bananas adds in the slightest hint of sweetness. I love adding dried fruits into cookies/cakes because they’re a great way to naturally sweeten any recipe without adding heaps of extra sugar, especially refined sugar….
There’s nothing like apple dessert in the fall! This right here, this is what fall about.
Baked apple is the simplest desserts, but the addition of spice and the dry fruits gives these apples a wonderful delicate taste.
They make such a delicious desserts that are great any day of the week, or even for a special occasion. It’s simple, fragrant, and mighty tasty, just like any apple dessert should be. Comfort food, easy to make, sweet and satisfying. It’s a perfect, warm dessert for a cool autumn day….
I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love apple pie and this is a healthier version of the classic baked apple pie. Last year I made an old-fashioned fruit mince pie which totally blew my mind. Oh yeah, and this is happening again. Ready, Yes/No? Okay, so I suggest you to sit down and take a deep breath. This maybe the most delicious thing that ever come out of my kitchen. Just imagine a soft and sweet crust (figs, raisins, mulberries and walnut) filled with orange juice, vanilla and cinnamon coated apples, topped with walnuts and redcurrants … all these deliciousness come into a perfectly flavorful and healthy raw creation. Highly addictive!
and the pie is done! I couldn’t be happier with the result….
How about a piece of RawVegan Apple Pie Cookie with healing Juice ( organic, raw, vegan, dairy free and refined sugar free ) – Yes, please!…