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Healthy, Low-Carb Blondies Recipe

Blondies are all about that brown sugar—and we’re not ones to disappoint. But there’s a way to get the best of both worlds: healthy and dessert. And the way we do that is by substituting refined, bleached white flour for almond flour.While eating flour isn’t going to harm you, it won’t do your body the same favors almond flour will. A quarter-cup serving of both flours contains roughly the same number of calories—between 110 and 120—but where they differ the most is, well, everywhere else. Almond flour is higher in healthy fats, lower in carbohydrates, higher in fiber (3 grams per serving), and higher in protein (6 grams per serving). This nut flour hits all the marks: it’s gluten-free, grain-free, paleo-friendly, and keto-friendly.Go ahead, have your blondie and eat it, too, courtesy of Lose Weight Like Crazy Even if You Have a Crazy Life! Makes 12 servings (1 blondie each) Per serving: Calories: 161, Total Fat: 11g, Saturated Fat: 5g, Cholesterol: 31 mg, Sodium: 62 mg, Carbohydrates: 14g, Fiber: 1g, Sugars: 12g, Protein: 3g Ingredients 1 cup almond flour¼ tsp. sea salt½ tsp. baking powder, gluten-free¼ cup butter, melted½ cup light brown sugar1 large egg1 tsp. pure vanilla extract¼ cup white chocolate chipsSpecial equipment:Baking panParchment paper How To Make It Preheat oven to 350F.Line 8 x 8-inch baking pan with parchment paper, leaving extra to come up the sides of the pan (this will help you lift out finished blondies). Set aside.Place almond flour, salt, and baking powder in a medium mixing bowl; whisk to combine.Place butter, brown sugar, egg, and vanilla in another mixing bowl; whisk to combine.Add flour mixture to ghee mixture; whisk until well combined. Fold in white chocolate chips.Pour batter into prepared baking pan and bake 14 to 17 minutes, until just beginning to brown.Let cool completely; cut into 12 pieces.For more sweet ideas, check out 76 Best Dessert Recipes for Weight Loss.

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Low-Sugar Pomegranate Margarita Recipe

Take one look at the The Unhealthiest Restaurant Cocktails in America and you’ll see a theme: margaritas constantly fall on the list. Some of these slushes can contain 70 grams of sugar per glass! That’s nearly a day and a half’s worth of added sugar—in just one cocktail. And, if we’re being honest, we’ll tend to have more than one per dinner.But not only will these margaritas encourage weight loss with their hundreds of empty calories, but they’ll also result in a terrible hangover due to their high sugar content.If you want to indulge in booze responsibly, consider making this pomegranate margarita. Instead of using any refined sugars or simple syrup, this recipe is sweetened naturally using pomegranate juice. We also followed a more traditional margarita recipe and use Cointreau or Triple Sec: spirits that lend a mellow yet tart orange flavor, that complements that lime and pomegranate juice perfectly.Bonus: Pomegranate juice is rich in antioxidants that help protect the body against free radicals (unstable molecules that can cause damage to our bodies over time). Fun fact—on average, pomegranate juice has four times the antioxidants as green tea! (That’s not to say that green tea isn’t a powerful weight loss drink.)So grab a glass, and pair this pomegranate margarita with your favorite fish tacos, courtesy of Lose Weight Like Crazy Even if You Have a Crazy Life! Makes 1 (approx. 5 fl. oz.) Per serving: Calories: 136, Total Fat: 1g, Saturated Fat: 0g, Cholesterol: 0 mg, Sodium: 3 mg, Carbohydrates: 14g. Fiber: 2g, Sugars: 10g, Protein: 1g Ingredients Ice1 fl. oz. tequila2 fl. oz. pomegranate juice1 fl. oz. fresh lime juice¼ fl. oz. Cointreau or Triple Sec1 lime wedge1 tsp. fresh pomegranate seeds How To Make It Fill a rocks glass ¾ full with ice.Add tequila, pomegranate juice, lime juice, and Cointreau or Triple Sec.Stir to chill; garnish with lime wedge and pomegranate seeds.Recipe Note: The rocks glass (or old-fashioned glass) is a short tumbler used for serving spirits, such as whiskey, with ice cubes.

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