Do you look for healthy alternatives when baking treats for your family? Carrot cakes are a delight, so I had to make sure they had the right ingredients to make them a healthy treat. Cinnamon and ginger spiced carrot cake with yogurt frosting to take care of those cravings.
w about some healthy ragi cookies with the goodness of clarified butter (Desi ghee) and coconut sugar. I had to come up with these as I wanted my son to eat different kinds of flour. Ragi is millet and is rich in minerals. Roasted Ragi flour has a slight nuttiness, and we loved it.
Soft, slightly chewy, and sweet, we loved these cookies a lot. These hazelnut butter cookies are refined sugar-free and perfect little treats for lunchboxes.
Moist chocolate bundt cake with milk chocolate ganache to make your Christmas celebrations special.
Banana chocolate brownies are delicious, moist, and gluten-free. Who doesn’t love a warm brownie with some ice cream, even in the winter?
Sweet potato cookies with semolina and honey are slightly moist and perfectly sweet treats to kick start the baking season
Strawberry, honey, and oats mini cakes can serve as a guilt-free evening snack. They look and taste fresh.
Here’s how you can create light and perfectly moist donuts. Blueberries add a subtle tint to the donuts along with the moisture.
Madeleines with a hint of orange blossom taste amazing with your cup of tea. They are both light and fragrant.
This magical mix has bananas, honey, oats, cinnamon, and yogurt. It’s more like preparing ready to eat breakfast.