This Pumpkin Brownie let’s you get all of the classic fall flavors, but with less than half the calories of your average fall-treat.
We’ve spent the last few days here working on a cheesecake recipe that was actually good for you… and after a little trial and error, we finally made the perfect cheesecake!
This simple dessert recipe will only take you a few minutes to throw together… but it will taste like you slaved for hours!
If you love Wendy’s Spicy Chicken but want to stay healthy… try this recipe on for size.
In addition to slipping in a small dose of probiotics, this recipe uses organic chicken breasts and is baked instead of fried — making it much healthier than the fast food version.
Most Patriotic-themed desserts rely on food dyes, sprinkles, and marshmallows to get their signature Red, White, and Blue look…
And unfortunately, none of these things are healthy for you.
That’s why we love this recipe for Patriotic Probiotic Parfaits.
Chock full of good-for-you ingredients like Greek yogurt, cherries, and berries, this beautiful dessert is the perfect post-barbecue treat:
Super Bowl Sunday is more than just a sporting event – it’s an experience.
A huge part that experience is the food…and unfortunately, most of those foods are just HORRIBLE for you.
That’s why we worked out a recipe that takes all the guilt out of one of the fattiest Super Bowl snacks out there – the 7 Layer Dip.
Instead of being full of artery-clogging fats, this version sneaks in a ton of fiber, probiotics, and Omega-3 Fatty acids…so it’s actually good for you.
Most people hear “pumpkin” and think of things like pies, cakes, or lattes.
These things are just full of unhealthy sugars that seep into your intestines, feeding the bad bacteria and encouraging the growth of Candida Albicans.
This pureed soup only has a few ingredients, but when you put them together they combine into something truly amazing (especially when you top this soup with a bit of creamy goat cheese).
This is a hearty stew that sneaks in a ton of nutrition while still tasting great. It’s the perfect way to warm up on a wintery night, and a great way to slip a few extra vegetables into your diet.
Unlike most beans, you don’t really need to soak black beans before you cook them, so you can throw this together in the morning without too much prep work.