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Healthy Carrot Cake

Healthy Carrot Cake Recipe by Kat Millar


This Healthy Carrot Cake recipe was just submitted by Kat Millar of www.katmillar.com

This is a delicious low calorie cake made with all natural ingredients. Freezes well and ideal with a coffee for morning or afternoon tea.

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Coconut Chicken Strips


This recipe is very easy to make! Your list of ingredients are egg whites, coconut flour and unsweetened coconut flakes.

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Cut your chicken into strips. Dip the strips into the egg whites, then into the coconut flour, back in the egg whites and roll in the coconut flakes. Place strips onto a cookie sheet sprayed with non-stick spray. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until crispy. Avoid over baking.

Posted by Angelique


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High Protein Gluten Free Waffles


I love discovering natural and healthy ways to eat our favorite foods.  I decided to try making waffles with coconut flour and it turned out quite well!

Here is a little info on coconut flour…

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Healthy Yam Casserole


Submitted by Angelique

I made this for Thanksgiving this past weekend, and you can pass it as dessert too! Although a sweet dish for dinner, it was really good.

Bake or microwave 4-8 yams, depending on how many people you are serving, until tender enough to mash. When yams have cooled, peel and mash. Mix with 1/2 cup egg whites and 1 egg, 1 tbsp butter, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, 1 tsp vanilla extract and stevia to taste.

You can add pecans or walnuts to the dish, or make a topping with oats, stevia and nuts.

Pour in dish and bake for 25 minutes at 350F.

Serve with turkey dinner or as a substitute for pumpkin pie.

Enjoy!


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Healthy “Eatmore” Treats



Submitted by Angelique Kronebusch

I call these treats “Eatmore” because they taste exactly like an Eatmore bar, no joke!

I saw lots of similar recipes on the internet but I used peanuts instead of other nuts since I am allergic to tree nuts. I can’t even tell you the ratio of the ingredients because I literally dumped all the ingredients in the food processor, lol!

The ingredients you will need are: dates, dry roasted peanuts and 1 tbsp vanilla extract

Pour all ingredients in the food processor. If you measure, the ratio is 2:1 of dates to peanuts. Blend all ingredients in the food processor. If the ingredients don’t stick together, add more dates to make the mixture moist.

When everything is blended together, pour into a bowl and shape the mixture into bite size balls. You can even roll them in coconut flakes, chopped peanuts or eat on their own. Just be careful because these little treats are easy to chow down!

Enjoy!


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