Because if you’re going to treat yourself you might as well make it worth it.
If there’s one thing we can all agree on at Lifesum, it’s that we enjoy food, and we want our users to enjoy food too! Food isn’t just energy for the body, it’s also nourishment for us, it helps us to feel good both physically, but also in our souls. We believe good food does just that, feeds the body and the soul.
With that being said, we thought we’d give you a few delicious and healthful recipes to try out this weekend. Treat yourself!
Peanut Butter Fudge
Why cook when you don’t have to? These thick, chewy pieces of fudge are packed full of healthy protein and healthy fat, and don’t contain any refined sugar! Here’s how to make them.
Jessica from Desserts with Benefits loves chocolate, so you know that if she has a recipe and she loves it, you can trust that it’s going to be good. This recipe isn’t completely vegan, but that can easily be fixed by swapping out the dark chocolate she uses for a vegan brand. That’s it. Find out how to make this luscious mousse right here.
Maple Vanilla Baked Pears
If you have yet to try baked pears, you’re missing out. They are great. There’s something about heating pears that just enhances their natural sweetness and flavour, and teamed with a little nutty flavour or something a little cold and creamy, they make the perfect dessert. Sally’s recipe only uses 4 ingredients, and is so easy you can’t go wrong. Get the recipe here.
Cookie Dough Fudge
from Emilie Eats
Excuse us for a minute while we pass out at the sheer deliciousness of this recipe. Cookie dough fudge. Gluten free. Vegan. So, so tasty. You have to make them to believe us, but believe us when we say, these will change your life. Recipe here.
from Ambitious Kitchen
Why wait till easter for Reese’s eggs when you can make your own all year round that are grain-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, and free of any weird additives? Exactly. Get Monique’s recipe here.
/Femi, The Girl Who Hates Working Out