Cupcakes are the perfect festive treat for an at-home birthday celebration. But if it seems like a hassle to bake from scratch or you’re turned off by all that sugar and white flour, we have good news.
Grocery stores are filled with an endless variety of oils on the shelves, so how do you know which oil to choose, and what is the best or worst purpose for each, and most importantly, what is the healthiest oil for you?
Coconut milk is a pretty underrated ingredient, but it should definitely be used more often, as it lends a silky texture and fat to boost satiety. You can whip up eggs for breakfast or use it in a creamy soup or stew. Whether you go with full-fat or not, you will still get that nutty, sweet flavor and a thicker consistency than you’d get with many other milks. Here are 7 delicious recipes that use coconut milk for its indulgent flavor and richness.
These macaroons are neither a traditional version made with almond paste nor a straight-ahead coconut version; rather, a hybrid of the two, using sliced almonds and shredded coconut. They have the best characteristic of all macaroons, however—a chewy-crunchy outside that gives way to a soft inside. Bet you can’t just eat one.
This is one of my family’s favorites—you may want to double or even triple the recipe (it disappears fast). This also has healthy chia seeds, and is gluten- and lactose-free, which means that it provides energy without inflammation that can be caused by processed foods.