Granola prepared withoats and honey as the main ingredients are incredibly easy to make at home. Followed by honey, oil, brown sugar and vanilla essence and mix well until the oats are thoroughly coated
I’ve been obsessed with the idea of making a really good vegan or gluten-free chocolate chip cookie. a flax egg instead of the egg, olive oil in place of the butter, maple syrup for sugar, buckwheat or oat flour in place of the whole wheat, or more rolled oats
The Pancake Princess and the Protein Prince | Craving pancakes all day, every day.
And while the ingredients for this cherry crisp recipe are all technically Whole 30 approved, the idea of eating paleo desserts is not (you can read my rant about that in my Whole 30 wrap up post if you haven't already). Anyway, so as not to lead any of you down the path of Whole 30 ideology rebellion I was walking, I chose not to post it during the month of August while so many of you were doing the W30 with me. Stay strong and complete your Whole 30 in a way you can be proud of, this delicious cherry crisp recipe will still be here waiting for you when you're done. This dessert recipe is not super sweet - so if you are not Paleo you can add an optional tablespoon of the no-calorie sweetener of your choice to it, and if you are Paleo you can add 2 Tbl of maple syrup or honey to the cherry filling before baking. Pour the cherry filling into one large, 4 medium, or 8 small greased ramekins or oven proof dishes. Top with the crumble mixture and bake for 20 minutes in a preheated 375 degree (F) oven
Sprinkle the reserved cookie crumbles onto the cherry filling. Still, seeing the end result can be amusing (especially when I reflect upon the blank and unfortunately frizzy canvas with which I typically begin)
I’m in love with trail riding. You can easily make it vegan by using a non-dairy yogurt (I do this a lot since too much diary makes my eczema flare up), and it’s gluten-free so long as you use certified GF oats