Aloha! Here is a simple and naturally sweet treat! My kids wanted ice cream, so I made this! You can add your favorite toppings: dark chocolate chips, coconut, berries! Tip: Make sure to let the frozen fruit sit out for 5 minutes before you blend. Aloha!
This versatile recipe can be used for breakfast or healthy dessert. Baking oats gives it a cookie like flavor and is true healthy comfort food. Serve for breakfast topped with high protein Greek Yogurt or for a healthy dessert with vanilla frozen yogurt or no sugar added vanilla ice cream sprinkled with nutmeg and cinnamon.
My popular Kona Hawaiian Bread Recipe’s little sister. Moist banana muffins with a crumble topping and crunchy walnuts. Apple sauce instead of butter, good for you flax seeds, wheat germ, bran and no added sugar.
This is a simple recipe for cereal cookies, that uses up the small amounts of cereal left in the boxes. It’s a healthier cookie that has alot of crunch! Tip: Mix healthier and not so healthy cereals together if you want it a bit sweeter.
I wanted to share a recipe from my new Kiana’s Fit Cooking eBook. This tastes sinful but it’s not.This recipe is really simple and makes for a healthy snack! I will enjoy it for dessert too! It takes about 10 minutes prep. and 20 min. to bake! EZ and fun! My daughters LOVE this! Enjoy!
I am always trying to find healthier desserts that satisfy my (and my family’s) sweet tooth. We love to end dinner with something sweet! This dessert is simple to prepare and will leave you feeling guilt free!
My kids and I love making this recipe. Now that they are 6 and 11, they can do it themselves 🙂 This is a fun and delicious recipe I used to make with my mom. I modified it to be healthier and have a wider variety of crunchy options! In Hawaii, we would add macadamia nuts (high in fat – beware but so good), coconut and dried fruit too! Enjoy! Psst: Fit Kids Recipe video to come 🙂