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Chewy Ginger Molasses Cookies

Attention cookie lovers, do I have a recipe for you!!
Warning: you may not be able to eat just 1

These cookies are chewy, bursting with ginger flavour and best of all… made with only wholesome ingredients…cue the cheering! Yay for healthy swaps.

Recipe Food Facts:

  • Black strap molasses used as it contains minerals and vitamins such as calcium, copper, magnesium, manganese, selenium, potassium, vitamin B6 and niacin. Making it a more nutritious option than fancy molasses. This ingredient also helps with energy 🙂 
  • Completely gluten-free, perfect for anyone with sensitivities.
  • Lactose intelligent?No problem, these cookies are completely dairy free.
  • Ginger is in my opinion, a real superfood! It’s anti-inflammatory, reduces headaches, soothes stomach issues, reduces morning sickness and support immune function. 

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What’s In My Pantry Series

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Make Some Healthy Swaps!

Due to some technical difficulties, my What’s In My Pantry Post is coming to you Today instead of Tuesday, my apologies!! Let’s get right to it.

When I started eating more mindfully and learning about the benefits of whole foods and natural derived ingredients,  I learned very quickly it’s SO EASY to switch! There are SO many great recipes out there that leave your tastebuds satisfied and leave your tummy happy!  Continue Reading


PB Chop Chip Cookies {With a twist}

This twist is, they are made with CHICKPEAS!

Cookies that don’t leave you feeling guilty, is there any better kind?

**I have to say, I find it adorable that the font I used for the heading is Rum Raisin, perfect for for a cookie post.**

I was in the mood for peanut butter cookies, and since I don’t digest wheat very well, I wanted an alternative that was healthier and still tasted great. This recipe is packed full of protein {chickpeas are the plant based protein source} and is beneficial to prevent a spike in your blood sugar and helps maintain energy levels. Continue Reading