Healthy Peppermint Fudge

This perfectly creamy fudge will be a hit this holiday season. It is dairy-free and refined sugar-free, and perfectly pepperminty.  


White Chocolate Gingerbread Fudge

During this busy time of year, we want to impress our friends and family but we simply do not have the time to spend hours in the kitchen!  This White Chocolate Gingerbread Fudge has all the decadence of homemade fudge but without all the hassle – meaning no boiling sugar and no candy thermometers required! It’s chewy, fudgy and just tastes like the holidays.  With only about 10 minutes of prep time and a few sweet ingredients, we will have an amazing dessert that not only freezes well but will keep in the fridge for up to 2 weeks!


Sweet Potato Muffins

Wondering what to do with that leftover sweet potato casserole? Try making these Sweet Potato Muffins! The spiced sugar topping given a nice crunch to the soft muffin. They’re a perfect way to enjoy your leftovers for breakfast.


Pumpkin Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Cookies

Pumpkin season is well underway and these Pumpkin Oatmeal Chocolate Chunk Cookies are our absolute favorite treat.  This fall inspired twist on the classic oatmeal chocolate chunk cookie is soft, chewy and packed with pumpkin flavor!


Gluten Free Pecan Brownies

These gooey, chocolatey, fudgy brownies are great for dinner parties, birthdays, or just to have on hand when that sweet tooth strikes. I mean, who doesn’t love a good old brownie? Made with natural ingredients, like coconut sugar and maple syrup and gluten-free. You won’t be able to stop at just one!


Caramel Apple Dip

Isn’t fall the best?!  We’ve been anticipating all the fall food favorites, and this Caramel Apple Dip is just one of the many.  Caramel dip is incredibly easy to make at home, and can be made healthier using just a handful of ingredients!

Forget the store-bought stuff, this Caramel Apple Dip is naturally sweetened with dates and maple syrup, while almond butter keeps it nice and creamy.  It’s the perfect healthy dip for apples and is sure to be a hit with the whole family this season!

Spider Web Brownies

October is for pumpkin spice, hay rides, apple cider, and of course we can’t forget about Halloween at the end of the month!  While we’re all about Halloween candy this time of year, it’s also fun to spend some time baking festive treats in the kitchen.  

These Spider Web Brownies are the perfect Halloween dessert for you to bring to any gathering or just a fun activity to do with the kids.  We used our favorite homemade brownie recipe and then pipe melted white chocolate in the shape of spider webs on each square.

Our homemade brownie recipe uses real butter, semi-sweet chocolate, and cocoa powder to make a seriously fudgy and chewy brownie.  We hope you enjoy these Spider Web Brownies that are decorated for a fun Halloween sweet treat.


Pumpkin Smoothie

When fall hits, we suddenly get a million times busier. Maybe it’s with school starting back up and all of the activities that go along with it, we end up swamped. That means breakfast needs to be fast and easy as we head out the door. Smoothies are one of my favorite ways to pack in a lot of nutrition and this Pumpkin Smoothie has an extra veggie boost.


Chocolate Pumpkin Peanut Cups

It’s really easy to make these Chocolate Pumpkin Peanut Cups. It’s like a Reese’s cup but way better and with pumpkin in the filling!

pumpkin stuffed chocolate cups cut in half on a white background

Paleo Pumpkin Muffins

These Paleo Pumpkin Muffins are gluten and dairy free and use no refined sugar. They are still moist and full of pumpkin flavor.

pumpkin muffins on a copper cooling rack with a linen towel on a white background