In case you’ve followed my blog for a while, you must have noticed by now, that I love muffins. In fact, I usually bake muffins 3-4 times a week to satisfy my family’s appetite and mine. Fortunately I have developed several whole food not-so-sweet muffin recipes (like those gluten free chocolate chip muffins) that do not affect our health or weight and can be enjoyed guiltlessly.
Matcha Benefits and how to make a Matcha Green Tea Latte. Matcha green tea has been all over the health scene recently. It has been creating a huge buzz and has been labelled ‘The Next Big Thing’. Pictures of Instaworthy ceramic bowls, bamboo whisks and beautiful shots of Matcha Green Tea Latte’s have been popping […]
Chamomile Tea is a herbal caffeine-free tea made from dried daisy like Chamomile flowers. It is a good alternative to black or green tea. Chamomile tea smells slightly like apple with a somewhat sweet flavour. It has health benefits.
A Matcha green tea smoothie is a creamy and delicious way to give yourself a morning of afternoon boost of energy and antioxidants!
Is there place for muffins in a health conscious life? Check out this Blueberry oatmeal muffin recipe that may keep the hope of light alive!
If you’re a fan of matcha, you have to give these healthier vegan matcha muffins a try! They're extra light and fluffy, with under 200 calories per muffin and a gorgeous green hue that rightfully hints at their subtle green tea flavour. Plus, they’re super quick and easy to make, with under 15 minutes of prep time.
Here comes another version of healthy cup cakes. In this recipe, the frosting is purely made out of yogurt and honey. No sugar or butter added. Also cake base is prepared out of whole wheat instead of all purpose flour. So those who are concerned about health, can surely eat these yummy and delicious cupcakes. You can increase or decrease the quantity of honey as per your preference. Also , if you don;t want to put eggs in cakes, use extra oil or butter. These are one of the best ever cup cakes I have eaten and tried out. I was worried about the taste but they came out exceptionally delicious and soft. So here comes the easy recipe for these healthy cup cakes.
Blueberry and peach green tea ice lollies - a healthy summer treat that's incredibly easy to make! Full of fresh fruit and green tea.
This honey green tea cake is moist, frgrant and healthy. It's gluten free, full of antioxidants, low in fat, and packed with fibers and nutrients.
Muffins are great for family gatherings, tea-time snacks or as a late breakfast option. These muffins are sweet, dense with a crispy top an...
Irresistibly moist bran muffins with oats, dates and apple for a delicious healthy start to the day. Add apple spice or gingerbread spice at Christmas to make them a festive treat.
Rhubarb Compote with Hibiscus tea, naturally colouring green rhubarb pink and infusing a delicious rose and cranberry-like flavour to it. So healthy, compote only uses a quarter of sugar, so far healthier than jam. Can keep in the fridge up to a week and freezes very well.
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This super tasty Protein Powder Chocolate Banana Muffins combine your browned bananas with chocolate protein powder, cacao, and more dark chocolate chunks for a rich but healthy-ish breakfast muffin! These muffins are equally wonderful treats to enjoy as snacks and dessert too!
Scorching hot summer weather calls for a cold glass of tea or lemonade. This plum iced green tea is superb for the summer months, plus ...
Pancakes are normally prepared out of all purpose flour with egg and baking soda. But today I am going to show you how to make healthy, tasty and quick pan cakes. In this recipe, instead of all purpose flour, I have used whole wheat flour, which is more nutritious. In it I have added strawberries and walnuts ground together with milk. If your kid is a fussy eater with fruits, you can use any kind of fruit in this recipe. He/She will not even know and will enjoy these pan cakes. Vegetarians can skip egg . These pan cakes goes well with any kind of syrup. You can use strawberrry syrup, chocolate syrup or maple syrup. So let's begin with our easy strawberry walnut pancakes.
This recipe is from authentic Sarawat Brahmin Cuisine from Goa . very healthy and specially prepared during holy occasions when onions and garlic is not allowed. Other then holy ocassions, khatkhate can be prepared any day when you want to eat complete veg dinner or lunch. Khatkhate is prepared using Toor Dal or Split Yellow Pigeon Peas and any seasonal vegetables (not leavy ones) cooked with coconut gravy. But the main key ingredient in this recipe is Triphala or Tephal, which is a small fruit having particular aroma which enhances the flavor of this beautiful khatkhate. I have used tamarind in this recipe, but if you find kokum , then it is the best to use instead of tamarind.