A deliciously moist and naturally sweetened banana bread that will have you savoring every bite! Each loaf warms your kitchen with the delicate yet fragrant smell of lemon and cinnamon. A beautiful raspberry jam swirl finishes the bread with a unique signature.
Vegan ice cream made in a blender? Sign us up! This smooth treat requires only 5 minutes of hands-on time. No sugar needed for this healthy and fun dessert — except if you want to decorate it with sprinkles.
Enjoy an indulgent sugar-free treat that's made and sweetened with whole foods! Created with layers of almond crust, gooey date caramel, and melted chocolate, it's a no-bake treat that's great for sharing.
This date-sweetened ultra chocolaty mousse cake is an amazing dessert that will impress your guests. It's simple to make and decadent enough for any special occasion; enjoy it topped with frozen frosted berries and crushed pistachios!
Ice cream is a beloved treat that satisfies the sweet tooth all year round. This high-protein dessert is made with only six accessible ingredients that are secretly healthy! Paired with a peanut butter swirl, it's a guilt-free dessert you will love.
Cutting out refined sugars doesn't mean giving up heavenly chocolate treats. These blackout brownies are loaded with cocoa, dark chocolate, peanut butter, and crunchy hazelnuts. A divine combination of chocolate goodness!
Fill your home with the familiar aroma of fall with this apple crumble recipe. Made without sugar, it's a healthy, low-calorie, gluten-free treat that you can enjoy all year. This recipe freezes great and is easily customizable!
Hear the word "chickpea," and you might not think of a sweet dessert. However, this chickpea cookie dough proves that protein-rich legumes can be the star ingredient for a mouthwatering treat! The dough is sprinkled with chocolate chips and is excellent raw or baked!
Elevate your morning bowl of oatmeal with this blueberry muffin recipe. A gorgeous batter made from oats, apple sauce, dates, and tons of fresh blueberries bakes into perfect muffins in less than 30 minutes – so delicious!
In search of a perfect gluten-free and sugar-free cookie? This chocolate peanut butter brownie cookie is the best combination of crunch and fudginess. Made from only a few budget-friendly ingredients, it's a dessert you will love to make again and again.
These sugar-free pancakes don't need to be reserved for a special occasion! Instead, put a smile on someone's face by waking them up to a fluffy stack of perfect pancakes. Enjoy them with jam, nut butter, nuts, and pomegranate seeds!
Using only two ingredients and a blender, create a frozen dessert that tastes incredible. Made from banana and blueberry, this nice cream balances sweet and tart in an earthy shade of purple – serve with your favorite toppings!
Black little seeds dot a white cream dessert in this easy-to-make chia pudding recipe. Made with a hint of vanilla, it's a neutral flavor palate that accompanies any toppings and is easily customizable!
Skip the added, refined sugars and devour these delicious sugar-free vegan treats instead! They are easy to make and undetectably healthier. The following fruit salad is a classic no-added-sugar recipe for the whole family!
Easy Fruit Salad
2 peaches, diced
4 cups berries, diced
3 kiwis, peeled and chopped
1 orange, segmented and chopped
2 apples, diced
1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
Place all ingredients into a large serving bowl. Gently toss with a large spoon.
Add more lemon juice or other fruit of your choice!
Garnish with mint leaves and serve immediately.
Use fresh, ripe fruit for the best fruit salad.
Omit any fruit listed that you don’t like!
Cut the fruit into equal pieces.
Eat this fruit salad the day you make it.
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Alena Schowalter is a Certified Vegan Nutritionist who has been a vegetarian since childhood and vegan since 2012. Together with her husband, she founded nutriciously in 2015 and has been guiding thousands of people through different transition stages towards a healthy plant-based diet. She’s received training in the fields of nutrition, music therapy and social work. Alena enjoys discussions around vegan ethics, walks through nature and creating new recipes.