Mini Nice Cream Snickers Bars are a healthier way to satisfy your nightly ice cream craving. Creamy peanut butter banana “nice cream”, date caramel, chopped peanuts, and dark chocolate all come together to create a delicious sweet treat that you can feel good about indulging in!
Real talk: I’ve been going through a lot of ice cream lately.
But can you blame me? The weather in Ohio has been on point these past few weeks. I’m talking temps in the mid- to upper-80s and sunshine galore. Aka perfect ice cream weather. (Just kidding.. any kind of weather is ice cream weather in my book)
Ice cream is always one of my favorite desserts no matter what time of the year – but as soon the temps start to heat up, my ice cream obsession reaches an all-time high. Ice cream, fro-yo, DQ blizzards.. no frozen treat is safe when I’m around.
While I’m all treating yourself, I found that my nightly ice cream ritual was starting to turn into more of a habit than a treat. So when I heard that the theme for this month’s Recipe ReDux was “Small Bite Desserts”, I knew this was a sign that it was time for an ice cream intervention. (more…)
Gooooood morning and happy Monday! (How’s that for an oxymoron?) Hard to believe another weekend has come and gone. Do anything fun?
I had grand plans for a productive weekend and yet somehow, by the time Saturday afternoon rolled around, I found myself curled up on the living room floor using a balled up t-shirt as a makeshift pillow. Funny how that happens.
These Peanut Butter Banana Cookies are an easy, delicious, and nutritious way to satisfy your sweet tooth! Each cookie is packed with whole grains, fruit, healthy fats, and no added sugar.
*This post was originally published on July 21, 2016. Photos were updated July 29,2017.
Welcome back! Thanks for bearing with me through this awkward beginner food blogger stage (because you’re totally here for me and not the cookies that are waiting at the end of this post, right? Don’t answer that…). Anyways, while I’ve got you here, let’s chat a minute.
Nowadays, it seems like healthy eating has taken on a whole new (and more complicated) meaning. I’m not sure if this is a reflection of increased media/marketing efforts or an increased interest in healthy eating (or a combination of the two), but either either way it has led to a whole lot of confusion – and frustration – among consumers.