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faerywings 03-09-2017 02:19 PM

RECIPES: Healthy Desserts
 
Link us up to your healthy (or "healthier" ) desserts!

felis 03-09-2017 02:57 PM

Ok, I need someone to clarify me what you understand like say ''healthy'' in this category, please!
Because Viki already warned me to share only recipes without ideology, but I can't understand how to categorize something like healthy, without to discussing needs of eating habbits like gluten free, sugar free, and ect.
:banplease:Please excuse me if my question disturb someone!

veer 03-09-2017 03:13 PM

mango mousse with crumble (wholemeal) biscuit.
Mango and white cheese in the blender, biscuit crumbled and in between some passionfruit.

Put the crumble in a glass bowl, mango mousse on top, some passion fruit again mango mousse and finish with some crumble. then do it in the refrigerator.

ninigoesdigi 03-09-2017 04:00 PM

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Originally Posted by felis (Post 542241)
Ok, I need someone to clarify me what you understand like say ''healthy'' in this category, please!
Because Viki already warned me to share only recipes without ideology, but I can't understand how to categorize something like healthy, without to discussing needs of eating habbits like gluten free, sugar free, and ect.
:banplease:Please excuse me if my question disturb someone!

Maybe I would share just a recipe I like that is maybe not with too much sugar or too much grease? For me healthy would be something with not too much calories? I love pizza but I don't think it's something considered healthy lol. But maybe there is a recipe that allow to enjoy a pizza without too much calories or grease in it? See?

This is no a thread for discussion but just to post recipes we like.
You must have recipes that you like and that you think are healthy, no? Don't read too much into this. Let's just enjoy a recipe exchange. ;)

felis 03-09-2017 06:07 PM

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Originally Posted by ninigoesdigi (Post 542276)
Maybe I would share just a recipe I like that is maybe not with too much sugar or too much grease? For me healthy would be something with not too much calories? I love pizza but I don't think it's something considered healthy lol. But maybe there is a recipe that allow to enjoy a pizza without too much calories or grease in it? See?
This is no a thread for discussion but just to post recipes we like.
You must have recipes that you like and that you think are healthy, no? Don't read too much into this. Let's just enjoy a recipe exchange. ;)

Nah, I don't get it sorry! Counting of calories can be unhealthy, also one pizza is unhealthy if bring poisons in your body (fake ketchup, white flour and meat with hormones), but it always have alternatives (spinach, basil, red pepper and tomatoes grown without pesticide on thin, crispy almond flour crust) .
But appreciate it your try to explain me, thanks! OK, last time I raise this question, stick to recipes in future.

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faerywings 03-10-2017 05:30 AM

Yes, healthy is totally subjective. What I think is best is to share recipes that encourage "healthier" options- ie kale chips over potato chips. "Healthy" in that it is a veggie and uses olive oil (or your preferred oil) over processed trans fats etc. Dessert ideas could be the mango smoothie or a fresh blueberry crumble recipe that you love. Caitlyn has a vegan brownie recipe that I am going to post that is made with black beans and cocoa. You would never know it had all of the extra nutrition in it because it is so darn good!

That way we can take a look at the recipe, see if there are any changes we want to make on our own and then give it a try.

I know that it is hard to see foods and recipes that might not fit in each person's idea of "healthy" especially when it is part of your being and soul, as I know it is with felis. But we can just use this as a sharing place of ideas/recipes.

For me, counting calories is bad since I have an eating disorder but for some people, it is a very useful metric to see how much excess they are consuming. Others eat paleo and do well with that, I couldn't because it relies on meat. What is healthy for one person might not be healthy for another. Does that make sense?

Should I make this message into a sticky thread on its own? A mission statement so to speak?

faerywings 03-29-2017 09:43 AM

Cait made these again and OMG- so yummy! You think that you will be able to eat a lot, but they are so "dense" that just a small square is plenty.
https://i0.wp.com/eathealthyeathappy..._cmp.jpg?w=840
http://eathealthyeathappy.com/deep-d...deliciousness/

marijke 03-29-2017 10:14 AM

Next week I will try to make my own bounty

http://i917.photobucket.com/albums/a...psfblqkbag.jpg

felis 03-29-2017 12:45 PM

This sounds so delicious!
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Originally Posted by marijke (Post 546421)
Next week I will try to make my own bounty

http://i917.photobucket.com/albums/a...psfblqkbag.jpg

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felis 03-29-2017 12:50 PM

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Originally Posted by faerywings (Post 542395)
Yes, healthy is totally subjective. /.../
That way we can take a look at the recipe, see if there are any changes we want to make on our own and then give it a try. I know that it is hard to see foods and recipes that might not fit in each person's idea of "healthy" especially when it is part of your being and soul, as I know it is with felis. But we can just use this as a sharing place of ideas/recipes.
/.../ What is healthy for one person might not be healthy for another. Does that make sense? Should I make this message into a sticky thread on its own? A mission statement so to speak?

I was forgot about this, sorry! Thank you for the good words, Chris! But I'm afraid that the sugar is my vice, also my family don't have problems with gluten so we baking many not so healthy desserts. :noidea:


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