Healthy Sweets to Make for World Health Day

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Sweet treats don’t necessarily need to be laden with sugar. There are so many baking hacks that ensure you’re satisfying your sweet tooth while treating your body well. World Health Day is April 7th and we think that calls for a celebration! Enjoy some of these sweet and healthy recipes. Try one for yourself and happy baking!

 

5-Ingredient Dark Chocolate Matcha Coconut Butter Cups

Only 5 ingredients and all the deliciousness of matcha! This is such a great treat because all the natural health properties of dark chocolate, matcha and coconut oil. Who knew eating well could be so delicious? Find the recipe for yourself here.

 

Gluten-Free Baked Vanilla Donuts

By using gluten-free flour, coconut sugar and almond milk you can create yummy donuts that won’t overload you with starches and sugars. What’s even more fun? The icing is coloured using beet juice! That means no questionable chemical food colouring. Click here to check the recipe out for yourself.

 

Strawberry Milkshake Chia Cake

Who doesn’t love a tall, frosty strawberry milkshake? This is a great, healthy take on a childhood favourite. By using chia seeds, almond meal and a surprising secret ingredient you can enjoy an unconventional take on a strawberry milkshake! Find the recipe here.

 

Lemon Tarts

Lemon tarts are a bright and fresh treat that are perfect for spring! This take on the tart tarts is even gluten free, refined sugar-free, and vegan! The crust is made of shredded coconut, rolled oats and dates. This is a sweet combo that’s sure to please the pickiest of eaters (just don’t tell them about the dates!)

 

Dairy Free Frozen Yogurt Popsicles

Just because you’re lactose-free doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a delicious, creamy popsicle! This frozen treat uses coconut yogurt and almond milk mixed with blueberries, bananas and pomegranates for dairy-free snack! See the recipe for yourself here.

 

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