6 Utterly Satisfying No Sugar Dessert Truffles
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by Kim
1M ago
Satisfying after dinner sweet cravings without sugar can feel like Mission: IMPOSSIBLE That's what I thought before I started experimenting with making sugar free desserts that use natural sweeteners with virtually zero calories, and understanding how to use wholefoods like avocados, sweet potato, pumpkin, carrot and, juicy plump dates to make the most amazing no sugar dessert truffles you could imagine! Individual desserts for one, portion controlled, low calorie, no added sugar, keeps for a week in the fridge.....and they are completely and utterly satisfying! 1. Sugar Free Chocolate Avocado ..read more
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Slow Cooker Thai Red Curry
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by Kim
2M ago
The aroma of this slow cooker Thai red curry wafting through the house will have you looking forward to a healthy hearty comfort meal.  This one pot meal is simple to make, fragrant, flavorful and spicy with tender juicy chicken. Recipe Highlights Perfectly cooked easily shreddable chicken that is moist, tender and juicy with the chicken absorbing the flavors of the curry sauce One Pot and no pre-cooking required. Dump and Cook! Easy to adjust the level of spice up or down depending on our preferences Perfect for meal prepping and it tastes even better the day after! Ingredients Which ..read more
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Mongolian Shrimp(Prawns)
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by Kim
4M ago
This quick and easy Mongolian Shrimp is coated in a sweet, spicy and savory sauce that has a little kick from some extra chili. Make it in under 30 minutes for an easy and healthy fuss free dinner. Recipe Highlights Sweet, spicy and savory Mongolian sauce A quick 20 minute marinade makes all the difference Uses sugar free maple syrup as the sweetener Quick, healthy and doesn't use batter Easy to adjust the level of spice up or down Ingredients Mongolian Sauce Ingredients Mongolian sauce typically includes sugar to balance out the sweet and savory elements, however I have swapped the us ..read more
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Spicy Mango Salsa with Tomato
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by Kim
7M ago
Quick and easy 10 minute Spicy Mango Salsa with Tomato is going to become your new best friend this summer. Sweet and spicy with tropical flavors, it transforms simple chicken and fish dinners and revives leftovers into exciting new dishes. Recipe Highlights Sweet and Spicy: This homemade mango salsa is a combination of sweet and spicy flavors, made with simple ingredients.  Quick and Easy: With a preparation time of just 10 minutes, this recipe is a hassle-free way to elevate your meals with minimal effort. Customizable Heat: You can easily adjust the level of spiciness ..read more
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Lemon Garlic Salmon and Potato Bake
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by Kim
7M ago
Sheet Pan Lemon Garlic Salmon and Potato Bake is a simple and flavorful dish, perfect for mid weeks dinners and meal prepping. Salmon fillets are seasoned with zesty lemon and garlic, then baked alongside tender potato slices until golden brown. Recipe Highlights Perfectly tender juicy salmon:  this is an easy dinner that is an entire meal on its own Minimal Ingredients: You don't need a long shopping list for this recipe. With just a handful of basic ingredients, it's a convenient option for those times when you want to whip up something tasty without a major grocery run. Quick and ..read more
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Easy Steak Ramen Noodles with Broccoli
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by Kim
8M ago
Savory flavors and silky saucy noodles with have you falling in love with this easy to make homemade Steak Ramen. Made in the slow cooker its a set and forget recipe and a great sugar free meal idea that the whole family will love. Recipe Highlights No Added Sugar:  This is a sugar free recipe that is naturally sweetened with Monkfruit to create the perfect savory sauce Saucy, silky Noodles:  its amazing how a couple packets of instant ramen noodles can soak up the flavors and the sauce actually stays on the noodles without sliding o ..read more
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Butter Chicken Pumpkin Curry
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by Kim
8M ago
This Butter Chicken Pumpkin Curry has a smooth, rich, and creamy luscious curry sauce coating juicy chicken breast bite sized pieces.  Its savory, lightly spiced, earthy and subtly sweet.  It has all the flavor, texture and taste of a typical butter chicken but it’s lighter and healthier. Pumpkin butter chicken uses pumpkin puree to help thicken the coconut curry sauce.  Because it’s a puree it mixes in really well with the coconut milk to create a thick velvety sauce that coats the chicken perfectly without sliding off. One of my favorite things is saucy chicken and curry chic ..read more
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Coconut Protein Balls
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by Kim
9M ago
These Coconut Protein Balls are sweet, chewy and nutty. Made from a blend of coconut, cashews, vanilla protein powder, and dates, they are perfect for on the go, after workouts and even after dinner to satisfy those sweet cravings! Recipe Highlights Quick to make: done in under 10 minutes Breakfast on the run! Low Calorie: just 100 calories per protein ball High fibre: stay fuller for longer and keep cravings at bay Naturally Sweet: no added sugars, instead nly the sweet caramel flavor and texture of medjool dates Freezer Friendly: the coconut balls freeze well and when defrosted naturally ta ..read more
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Healthy Butter Chicken
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by Kim
9M ago
This Healthy Butter Chicken dish is made from scratch, marinated in in a mixture of yoghurt and warming spices, baked in the oven with garlic, ginger and onion in a rich creamy tomato base. Its savory, aromatic and a little spicy with a hint of sweetness. (You can even make it in the slow cooker!) The sauce, while not as heavy as traditional butter chicken, it still creamy and rich. There is a delicate balance of creamy tanginess from yogurt, the warmth of aromatic spices, and the natural sweetness of tomatoes Despite being a healthier version, the dish still maintains its signature "but ..read more
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Date Nut Bars
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by Kim
1y ago
These easy no bake old fashioned homemade Date Nut Bars need just 4 ingredients, and you can make them in under 15 minutes.  They’re sweet, chewy and nutty and chocolatey all in one and they have no added sugars.  Perfect for morning snacks, after a workout, and to cure after dinner cravings. Recipe Highlights A quick and simple date sweetened dessert or snack No Honey or Maple Syrup High in fibre and protein from the dates and nuts Will keep you fuller for longer Way better for you than store bought nut bars They keep in the fridge for a week Easy to customise with extra add in’s M ..read more
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