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Healthy Rice Crispy Squares Growing up, we helped my mom in the kitchen a lot. We’d make banana bread, cookies, and, of course, rice crispy squares. They’re an iconic childhood treat. Unfortunately, the classic recipe of Rice Krispies cereal and marshmallows is quite unhealthy, especially for children. While the cereal itself is not a healthy choice (hello sugar and GMO corn), the marshmallows are full of harmful ingredients.   Why Marshmallows are Harmful to Your Health Kraft Jet-Puffed Marshmallow Ingredients: corn syrup, sugar, dextrose, modified corn starch, water, gelatin, tetrasodium pyrophosphate (whipping aid), artificial flavours, and artificial colours (blue 1). The first three ingredients in marshmallows are sugars. One regular marshmallow has 4 grams of sugar, which is equal to about 1 teaspoon of sugar. Four marshmallows, which is considered a serving, equals out to 16 grams of sugar or 4 teaspoons of sugar. We know sugar in

Sweet & Salty Maca Bliss Balls These Sweet & Salty Maca Bliss Balls are amazing!! The flavour combo totally reminds me of an old school PB&J sandwich (but way healthier!). You can easily whip this recipe together in under 10 minutes, pop them in the fridge, and voila - the perfect snackable treat. The sweetness of the dates and cranberries are perfectly paired alongside the savouriness of the sunflower seed butter and sea salt. If you don't have sunflower seed butter on hand, any nut or seed butter would work great. Move over Peanut Butter If you’ve read my Almond Butter Smoothie blog you’ll know I tend to shy away from peanut butter. Instead, we love using sunflower seed butter! Since it's naturally nut free, it's school safe and a great option for people with allergies. Not only is it high in protein and healthy

Chia Seed Pudding with Honey Pecans Have you ever had chia seeds before? I love adding them to smoothies, salads, and baked goods. But I especially LOVE making them into a super tasty Chia Seed Pudding. When chia seeds come in to contact with a liquid, they turn gelatinous. This makes for a perfectly healthy little pudding. The little black seeds are chock full of nutrients, too. Let’s quickly go through a few of them: High in antioxidants, vitamins & minerals (vitamins A, B and E + magnesium, iron, and calcium) Rich source of omega-3 fatty acids Excellent source of protein Great source of fibre My Chia Seed Pudding recipe serves four people with two tablespoons in each serving. The best part? Just two tablespoons of chia seeds provide 4.7 grams of protein and 10.6 grams of fibre. The Big Calcium Debate Contrary to