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Spiced Chia Applesauce

This spiced chia applesauce is part one of a recipe I’m really excited to share with you guys this week! It may be part of another recipe, but I wanted to share it on its own, since it’s perfectly delicious eaten as is. I’ll even say that it’s the best applesauce I’ve ever had (honestly). And this Friday, I’m sharing a delicious apple dessert recipe that uses it.  My fridge is currently full of applesauce from the many batches I tested over the weekend. I have to say, it was a good way to use up my 20lbs bag of apples – If you’re looking for more sugar-free apple recipes, I also love my sugar-free apple crisp and healthy caramel apple slices. Like…

September Favorites (2017)

Welcome to a new blog series: My monthly favorites.  Here, I plan on sharing not only my favorite seasonal recipes, but also my current favorite books, products, home decor, styles, etc. Whatever I’m loving that month! I also want to share life and blog updates. I had so much fun putting this list together and I hope you’ll love it too! Let me know what you think about these types of posts in the comments. If you have any suggestions or requests, I would love to hear them! Without further ado, here are my favorite things this September… New Position I’m happy to say that I’ve been offered a new position at the hospital! As some of you may know, I finished my dietetic internship in June and since then…

The Best Sugar-Free Apple Crisp

October is almost over and if you’re like me, you’re probably searching for ways to use up all the apples you picked this fall. Apple crisp is always my go-to. I hesitated to call this recipe “the best” because first of all, I’m not that confident in myself and second of all, it’s based on my opinion. However, when I tried to find a sugar-free version, I wasn’t surprised to find that every recipe contained either artificial sweeteners or maple syrup/honey. I don’t like the term sugar-free for that reason. Every time I see a sugar-free recipe, it either contains artificial sweeteners or maple syrup and honey. They might not be “refined sugars”, but they’re still very sweet, which would trigger my cravings…