Reading Time: 8 min This simple, yummy peach cobbler recipe is easy to adapt to what you have and is made with real food!
Reading Time: 4 min Looking for an easy real food dessert? These mix-in-the-pan fruit and oat bars are easy to make, budget-friendly, and allergy-friendly! Try them with ice cream or eat them for breakfast the next day – if there are any left, of course.
Reading Time: 5 min High in protein, fiber, and flavor, dessert hummus features whole, simple ingredients and real food. It’s gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, vegan, naturally-sweetened, and sun butter makes it nut-free. Oh, and it takes about 5 minutes to toss into the food processor and blend.
Reading Time: 5 min Need brownies but don’t have eggs? These gooey, fudgy, homemade brownies contain no weird ingredients, but they’re perfect for egg-allergies and budget-friendly baking.
Reading Time: 11 min A delicious dairy-free sugar cookies recipe plus tips on how to freeze Christmas cookies – both the dough and finished cookies! There are a lot of expensive dairy-free products on the market. This is what use to make these Christmas cookies as budget-friendly as possible and still delicious.
Reading Time: 6 min A 1-bowl affair you can make with any leftover orange squash (sweet potato, pumpkin, or butternut!). Healthy enough for breakfast and sweet enough for dessert! Only 5-10 minutes to get into the oven.
Reading Time: 7 min This simple tart recipe is a perfect budget-friendly real food dessert – made with minimal sugar, loaded with fruit, whole grains, and topped with lightly sweetened yogurt and fresh mint.
Reading Time: 5 min Berry Whip is a refreshing, high-protein alternative to store-bought frozen desserts that is budget-friendly, takes minimal effort, and only uses 3 ingredients.