What about Monday? That could be our one day we look at things the same way, and wear funny shoes.”
― Kevin Dalton
Is it Monday morning already? Wow, the weekend came and went in a flash. While I love the weekends, my favorite day of the week these days is Monday. This is when all the hurry scurry of the weekend is past, and the business of day to day begins to settle in once more. The silence and serenity that comes with Monday is a special treat worth waiting for.
Monday Morning Review: 10 Healthy Treats to Calm the Cravings
Sometimes I have a strong undeterrable craving for something sweet. No salad, bacon or pork chop will do! At this moment if I am ill prepared, a dive into the chocolate chips bag or an ice cream run is usually my answer. This is not the best solution when I am trying to eat whole, healthy foods, to say nothing of the sugar rush and mood swings that come along with it. So I set out this past week to find a few alternatives. Here are my favorite finds… 10 healthy treats to help calm the cravings.
Gluten Free Vegan Sunflower Buttercup Brownies: A Dish of Daily Life
Coconut Milk Fudgesicles: The Creekside Cook
Super Orange Smoothie: Calm. Healthy. Sexy.
No Bake Chocolate Oat Cookies: Fearless Dining
Gluten Free Flourless German Chocolate Cake Cookie: Pure Grace Farms
Mixed Berry and Yogurt Popsicles: The Kolb Corner
No Bake Paleo Almond Joy Bites: Pure Grace Farms
Gluten-Free Blueberry Peach Crisp: Reviews, Chews & How-To’s
Nut-Free Blueberry Granola Bars: Annies Noms
Gluten Free Carrot Cake: Pure Grace Farms
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