I’m a little late posting this recipe because we have been running around the country, but if you hurry you can still make this totally delicious peach pie before the stores are devoid of peaches! It is easy to make and always turns out. If crusts aren’t your thing, just pick up a whole wheat […]
These extra sweet oatmeal cookies are delicious with chocolate chips, carob chips, raisins, or tiny date granules.
This particular recipe for chocolate or carob cake is very low in refined fat. It uses dates to replace all but two tablespoons of the oil and also part of the sugar.
This cherry-peach fruit soup is a great treat. We love to eat it for a light evening meal along with some cornbread. Sliced bananas are a delightful addition, or a little coconut cream.
This sauce is thickened and sweetened by blending thawed, frozen strawberries with dried pineapple pieces, a lovely compliment of flavors.
If you are looking for a delectable treat with way less fat (olive oil, not butter) and less than half the sugar, you just found one! This cookie is high in protein, has great texture, and I bet you can’t eat just one!
This oil piecrust is made with a combination of whole-wheat pastry flour & oat flour. Both of these grains result in a more tender product than when using high gluten bread flour, consequently less fat is needed to achieve a nice result.
This dairy-free, egg-free pumpkin pie with it’s nice creamy texture keeps you wanting one more piece! It is so simple, that anyone can make it. If pie crusts aren’t your thing, you can always purchase a whole-wheat one at the store.
These almond-maple cookies started out to be for those folk who are gluten-free; however, they are so delicious everyone else loves them, too!