If I had to choose one dessert to eat for the rest of my life, it would be ice cream. I love it and I eat it all year round (even in winter when normal people prefer hot chocolate). However, I don’t buy regular ice cream all that often anymore. I rather make it myself from frozen fruit, and after a lot of experimenting, I present you my three favorite flavors.
Believe it or not, I’ve only recently discovered avocado and its divine, creamy texture. Some people I know love avocado (hi, Andrea), but they only eat it in savory dishes. Considering that, let’s face it, avocado almost has no flavor, I decided to make a dessert out of it. And so, the quickest chocolate pudding was born!
No need for cooking it and cooling it. All you need is a blender or a food processor, three ingredients and three minutes of your time. Perfect!
This is probably the simplest dessert in the Universe, but it’s one of my favorites. Basically, these are dates filled with anything you come up with and covered in chocolate. But although there are only a few ingredients involved, this dessert does require some patience to be made.
I picked up this idea from my friend Andrea, who often makes these little treats. While the two of us just call them something like “little dates” in Serbian, I named them “Blind Dates” in English because the pun is just too good not to be used. Just like in a blind date, you never know what you’re gonna get. But unlike real blind dates, there’s no way these treats are gonna disappoint you. 😀Continue reading
I’m no stranger to store-bought candy bars. Okay, I don’t buy them that often anymore, but Bounty will forever remain one of my favorites. To satisfy my sweet tooth and the insane cravings for my favorite candy bar, I came up with a simple homemade version that doesn’t contain processed sugar, milk, or artificial flavors. I use honey, but you can easily make these vegan-friendly!Continue reading
Do you know anyone who doesn’t like brownies? No? Neither do I. As you may assume, I love brownies too, but I make them in a non-traditional way (like everything else). Instead of packing them with white flour and processed sugar, I use chickpeas and a bit of honey. Yeah, chickpeas. Don’t worry, I assure you that you can’t taste them when you bite into these delicious treats. There’s only the heavenly taste of chocolate, so without further ado, let’s dive in and check out the recipe!