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Sugar Free Peanut Fruit Dip or Topping

Sugar Free Peanut Fruit Dip or Topping

 

The Use on Everything Sugar Free Peanut Fruit Dip or Topping

 

I love this recipe! This has become a staple in my house. I put this sugar free dip/topping on my One Serving Cookie. I put this one my Peanut Butter Crunch Cake.  I put this on my Chocolate Chip Cookie Oatmeal.  I don’t know what I would do without it.

This is a wonderful fruit dip. I love it with apple slices and bananas.

This is also a wonderful topping. I put it on everything these days from chocolate muffins to oatmeal.

peanut fruit dip ingredients

If you don’t have peanut flour, you can use peanut or almond butter as a replacement. read more

Sugar Free Dark Chocolate Peanut Clusters

Homemade sugar free Dark Chocolate Candy can be easy to make at home. I started making my own sugar free candy a few month ago when I realized how much sugar was in even the dark chocolate candy bars. I love chocolate and wanted a way to enjoy it without all the sugar.

Why should you make homemade candy?

1) Cheaper

Good quality sugar free candy is expensive!

2) Quick and easy dessert

Dessert can be ready in less than 20 minutes!

3) Healthy

Using coconut oil and stevia, these candies are actually quite healthy for you… so no guilt if you happen to eat the whole batch in one sitting (not me of course, cough) read more

7 Trim and Healthy Valentine’s Day Treats

Valentine’s day treats for me represent Chocolate! A close second would be Cheesecake… and the ultimate treat would be chocolate drizzled on a cheesecake.

This Valentine’s Day don’t be tempted by sugar laden chocolate treats. 

There are plenty of options to enjoy when you are trying to eat like a Low-Carb lifestyle (Like Trim Healthy Mama or KetoEating carb conscious hasn’t looked more delicious! All these treats would be considered satisfying treats (or S desserts). You can enjoy these after a scrumptious satisfying meal like steak and cauliflower “faux” tatos. read more

Pinterest linky day!

Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

It is absolutely beautiful up here in Virginia. Fall is my favorite time of year for baking and cooking. I love fall soups and chilies. I love warm baked apple dishes – YUM!

The leaves are just turning shades of reds, purples, oranges, yellow – what a masterpiece! We will take a trip soon to Skyline Drive to check them all out in the mountains (about a 2 hour drive).

I’m also trying to get my momma cap on and do some creative fall crafts with Aidalyn. Maybe a leaf scavenger hunt! read more