Edible Cookie Dough Recipe

Edible cookie dough is my favorite treat to have. We all love cookie dough and to be honest I like it way more than I do the actual cookie. This is not a healthy recipe but it is an alternative so you are not exposing yourself to salmonella. I love this recipe and could eat it all day but of course it is always about balance. There are only a few amount of ingredients so you can enjoy your eggless cookie dough in no time!

Ingredients

2 Tablespoons of softened butter

1/4 cup of brown sugar

2 1/2 teaspoons of vanilla extract

1 Tablespoon of milk or almond milk (more if needed)

2 cups of flour or almond flour (add more or less based on how thick you want it)

1 cup of mini chocolate chips

1/8 teaspoon of salt


Leave in fridge for 30 min

How to Make Guacamole Quick and Easy

I love guacamole and will literally eat it out of the bowl with a spoon lol! The good thing is it is completely healthy and actually has many benefits. Guac is loaded with folate and Vitamin E which will both reduce your risk of heart disease. Avocados have healthy fats and lots of fiber which will help you stay fuller for longer. The healthy fats are are monounsaturated fats that promote weight loss. Something that is very interesting to me is that guacamole can help reduce your chances of cancer. Avocados contain compounds that destroy pre-cancerous oral cells, without harming the healthy cells. Long story short it is mostly the avocados lol, but it is basically just them mashed up with seasoning! This is great for Mexican night, a snack, a spread, or to dip pita chips into! I eye everything out like I do with most things sorry #professional.

Ingredients

-Avocado I only had two but I recommend using 3 or 4

-Tomato

-Garlic

-Onion

-Cumin

Pink Himalayan Salt

-Black Pepper and Red Pepper flakes

-Cilantro

 

 

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Very Quick and Easy Sardine Recipe

This meal is incredibly healthy because we are using sardines. First of all sardines are a great source of protein! In addition they are also loaded with omega-3 fatty acids, calcium, iron, and potassium. Something that is interesting is that one can contains 351 milligrams of bone building calcium, you should be reaching for 1,000 milligrams a day. This seems like a pretty good meal to me plus it keeps you full!

Ingredients 

-Sardines (fresh is a much better option of course)

-Onions, Jalapenos, Tomatoes

-Minced Garlic

-Himalayan Salt, Black Pepper, Red Pepper Flakes

-Olive oil

-Avocado

  

Saute the onions, jalapenos, tomatoes, and the minced garlic. Put the can of sardines in and cook until they are tender. I like to add red pepper for extra spice, and black pepper with himalayan salt.

I have avocado for a very nutritious side, plus I love it 😉

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