Grain-Free Simple Sweets – Made with 5 ingredients or less!0
I’ve been secretly busy behind the scenes, and I’m quite happy that I can finally say what it is that I’ve been up to! Yep! It’s another eBook, and this one is called Grain-Free Simple Sweets!
I’ve partnered with recipe master (mistress? whatever…), Ashley Thomas of My Heart Beets. And if you don’t already know, this girl knows her way around the kitchen! Ashley is awesome at whipping together ‘fancy’ dishes (you MUST check out Ashley’s butter chicken, or heck, any of her Indian food dishes), but she can also do simple, yet very delicious. Together, Ashley and I have put together over 30 recipes for simple sweet treats that you can make at home – all made with five ingredients or less!
If you’re new to the Paleo grain-free lifestyle, you’ll know how hard it can be to make the adjustment and leave behind the processed food and sweets. When the craving hits, sometimes you kind of wish you had a little something… but what? Thankfully, this ebook is just the answer, as you can enjoy refined-sugar-free sweets that are really easy to make and help indulge that craving, but in a much healthier, guilt-free way.
For a LIMITED TIME, you can get this eBook for over 60% off!!! BUT, you’ve got to order soon.
So what can you find in this eBook? All kinds of desserts!
Salted Chocolate Chip Cookies
Sweet Coconut Flour Bread
Mixed Berry Jam
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Buttery Caramel Sauce
Pumpkin Seed Clusters
Want to know more? Just check out this link. If you try any of the desserts in this eBook, I’d love it if you’d leave me a comment below. And if you’re on Instagram, post a picture of whatever you make! Tag me @therealfoodguide, and @ash_myheartbeets and use the hashtag #gfSimpleSweets. Happy cooking!
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