S-F Apple Crisps Cookbook Review

These Sugar-Free Apple Crisps is another recipe from the Sue Quinn’s Sugar Free cookbook. This recipe is quite easy to make. It consists of cutting apples into slices, sprinkling them with cinnamon and then baking them until crispy (for quite a while). The challenge is cutting of the apple into slices of equal thickness. If they…

Bacon Wrapped Dates Recipe

This bacon wrapped date is the perfect appetizer.  I was very skeptical to try this at first, but it turned out to become one of my favorite treats. Let me know if you try these! Bacon Wrapped Dates Recipe: Ingredients for 10 bacon wrapped dates: *Proportions need to be adapted taking into account the size…

Rice Krispies Treats Recipe

Thanks to Rice Krispies, when it came to school birthdays, I must say, I always pleased the crowds. For almost every school event in primary, I would bring a Rice Krispies Treats cake. I would split the cake, give a piece to all my classmates and teachers and then,… Then, I would go outside in…

Arroz Con Leche Recipe

Arroz con leche is delicious, rich, creamy rice pudding. It was a special treat in our house when I was younger. I hadn’t had some in a really long time but my mother made some the other day, and it brought back some wonderful memories I wanted to share with you guys! This is not labor intensive…

Tamagoyaki Recipe

This is my version of tamagoyaki (which are basically flavorful, fluffy scrambled egg in an egg rolls form). I kept on seeing it on Instagram and it looked really cool. I tried it out and it tasted so delicious! It takes a bit longer than scrambled eggs but it is fun to make and it…

Sugar-free peanut butter tart

This recipe is inspired by an Instagram video I saw. I initially thought it was going to taste like a sugar-free cheesecake but it turned out to be something completely different. This recipe is perfect to satisfy you sweet tooth but requires only four whole ingredients, and is rich in flavor, protein and fiber. Try…

How to avoid added sugars

Hey there, Here are easy adaptations you can make to your diet on a daily basis and in a sustainable way. All these switches can be hard in the beginning, but you get over it! For me, it took a little while to adapt but now I even prefer them that way. Eating healthy is…

Kale Chips Recipe

Thanks to one of my good friends who swears by kale chips, I decided to try them for myself (with some resistance I must say). They are extremely easy to make and require very few ingredients (as most of my recipes 🙂 ) but they are mostly delicious (the garlic really makes a difference). My…

Pita Chips Recipe

Pita chips can be seasoned with herbs, served aside hummus or guacamole, or even added in a fresh salad to replace the croutons. These chips are a staple for my friends and I’s gatherings, they are also really practical for potlucks because they are simple to make and they are definitely a crowd-pleaser. Pita Chips…

Marzipan Recipe

Marzipan, a staple in many different cultures. My favorite combo, speculoos, double lait and marzipan! Marzipan requires very few ingredients and is very simple to make as well. Would you be interested in a sugar-free marzipan recipe ? Marzipan Recipe: Ingredients: 1 cup ground almond 1/3 cup powdered sugar 1 tsp almond extract (or more,…