This chocolate bar recipe is a treat that’s reminiscent of crunchy bars we loved as children. However, this one is free of refined sugar, packed with lots of benefits to our bodies, and is totally cleanse-friendly! Cacao hasantioxidants and many benefits, including that it is a very high plant-based source of magnesium, one of the most deficient minerals in the Western world.
This rhubarb compote recipe creates a delicious and versatile summer spread, and it is especially perfect on the 21-Day Clean Program, where we can’t have strawberries, the usual companion to rhubarb.
This compote is uniquely spiced and perfect as both a sweet and savory accompaniment. I’ve used this rhubarb compote recipe on waffles, ice cream, chicken, and lamb. Don’t be afraid to experiment in the kitchen. Using what’s available at different times of the year can make us come up with some amazing flavor combinations that we might not think to try otherwise.
These apricot bites are little powerhouses of nutrition and are a deliciously sweet and slightly tangy snack. This is a great recipe to keep handy for occasional snacking on the Clean Program, a healthy afterschool snack for kids, or a post-workout energy bite.
Here are two wintery treats that will take you through the holiday season and beyond. Both taste super tasty but are definitely healthier than their traditional versions. What a great way to spread some real holiday cheer!
Can we have chocolate while on the Clean Program? The answer is a definite yes! Here are some chocolate fudge brownies to prove it. Free of flour, dairy, refined sugar, these are entirely cleanse-friendly. We feel like we’re indulging in a decadent treat, almost without noticing that we’re being packed with protein and healthy fats. There’s nothing to feel guilty about.
Missing peanut butter or chocolate chips? Love almond butter? These tasty almond butter chocolate chip cookies are packed with protein and fiber, as well as heart-healthy raw cacao, and are made completely without flour or eggs. If we’re on the Clean Program or are sensitive to peanut butter, the almond butter is the perfect substitution. Everyone who’s tried these loves the flavor! You can even serve them with coconut ice cream as an ice cream sandwich.
This blackberry and apple cobbler is a gluten- and oat-free crumble that satisfies any craving for a yummy treat on the 21-Day Clean Program! We can serve this warm as an allergy-friendly (and sugar-free) dessert, an elimination diet breakfast, or as part of a mid-day solid meal. The blackberry and apple cobbler is nutritious and naturally sweet with endless possibilities.