Want to enjoy the holidays and your indulgences, but leave the guilt at home? Last year around the holidays I was doing a special cleanse and had a very limited nutrition plan, and cranberries were the only fruit I could eat, ironically. So I found this awesome sugar free healthy cranberry sauce recipe on recipes.steviva.com and it tasted awesome! I thought I had posted it last year but apparently not, so here it is now for you to enjoy for the holidays!
It never ceases to confound me. What would normally be considered health conscious, nutrition minded people who would never touch canned veggies any other time….suddenly the holidays roll around and they are making all their recipes with canned pumpkin…and saying “here’s a healthy nutritious recipe!”
Wait….didn’t you miss something? You’re using a canned veggie! Besides sulfites, sodium, etc…you can easily google and find all the issues with eating canned food. It’s just getting to be common sense these days, especially with vegetables, to go fresh or frozen. Plus, with pumpkin, it’s SO EASY to create the same thing using fresh pumpkin, and it tastes SO much better!
Years ago my mom finally made the switch, and it made SUCH a difference in her pumpkin pies! I’ll never go back, and I’ve become a one man fresh pumpkin advocate each fall and winter! Want to see how easy it is? Here ya go:
What would YOU do for a completely healthy, yet incredibly tasty chocolate bar? That’s JUST what I have for you today with this amazing recipe! This will CRUSH your cravings, you’ll never have to stop by the grocery store to pick up that little chocolate bar that sets you on the sugar roller coaster ever again! Plus, you’ll never get bored with it because you can do almost any variation on a chocolate bar and still remain healthy!
Want a Mr. Goodbar? Add almonds! Want something spicy? Add cayenne pepper! Want something minty fresh? Add peppermint oil! Want a sweet and salty treat? Add Himalayan Sea Salt! Want a caramel gooey texture? Add honey! Go wild and stay on your meal plan!