A simple and healthy recipe for no-bake pumpkin truffles, which couldn’t be more scrumptious if they tried. Vegan and paleo pumpkin filling meets a coating of dark chocolate, making them the perfect healthy fall dessert.
I’m wearing Christmas socks right now. Just thought you should know. I don’t even have the excuse of grabbing them in the dark and not knowing they were Christmas socks. They were chosen in a state of full awareness… well, as much awareness (and alertness) there is before 8 am.
These gluten free witch hat cookies are both spooky (in that totally adorable way) and super delicious. The perfect Halloween cookies to make with kids (big or small), have fun and enjoy the amazing flavours of the gluten free chocolate cookie + 3-ingredient pumpkin buttercream combo. (Psst, I’m also giving you a template to help you make the prettiest witch hat cookies ever!)
Here’s a fun fact about being a food blogger: you get to fully immerse yourself in the holidays… a few months before they actually happen. This weekend was chock-full of Halloween mishmash. No surprise then, that Monday was just plain weird. Like emerging from a bubble (filled with shockingly green sprinkles, too much pumpkin puree and those cute candy eyes that get freaky reeeeaaaal quick), only to realise… oh, it’s only September.
These paleo pumpkin brownies combine the very best of fall desserts – with chocolate. Super fudgy healthy brownies meet refined sugar free pumpkin pie filling in this simple and easy fall dessert. Plus, the brownies are gluten and dairy free!
You might think, looking at all the pretty pictures and reading my almost over-enthusiastic descriptions of how yummy everything is, that every single recipe I think of works. Hah, definitely… NOT.
Now, most of the recipes I dream up work… eventually. But all of them? I wish.
These dairy and gluten free pumpkin cupcakes are the ultimate fall dessert. Stuffed with homemade caramel and topped with a sweet, fluffy marshmallow frosting, they will make your taste buds all sorts of happy.
I’ve been asked to provide nutritional information for my recipes quite a lot, lately. And when I say “nutritional information” what I actually mean are “the calories per serving”. And here’s the thing: I won’t.