Power up Your Brunch: 12 Protein-Filled Egg Recipes

Power up Your Brunch: 12 Protein-Filled Egg Recipes

When you’re busy| tired| or unable to bother with an elaborate meal| there’s nothing like an egg breakfast to fill you up and get you ready for the day. Get your dose of protein| iron| vitamins| and more with these 12 creative and healthy egg recipes!

| Asparagus With Grated Egg

The inventive technique of grating a hard-boiled egg jazzes up this simple steamed asparagus. A drizzle of vinaigrette ties this whole plate together.

| No-Bake Veggie Frittata

Made with cherry tomatoes| cubes of mozzarella cheese| black beans| and purple basil| a high-protein piece of this veggie frittata is bursting with flavor. Pair your under-200-calorie piece with whole-wheat toast or a side salad for the perfect breakfast| lunch| or even dinner.

| Quinoa Egg Bake

Bake two superproteins together for breakfast: quinoa and eggs. The quinoa serves as a crust while providing 12 grams of complete protein per half cup| while each egg offers seven grams of protein. You’ll even get your iron and calcium from the spinach and milk in this tasty recipe!

| Savory Asian Oatmeal

Instead of starting your day with the same old simple oatmeal| bring a little spicy flair to the table with savory Asian oatmeal that’s topped off with a tasty egg.

| Turkey Sausage Egg Muffins

Lots of veggies and a good dose of protein| all in a portable size u2014 it’s all there in these gluten-free egg muffins.

| Cinnamon-Spiced Baked Eggs

Jazz up your weeknight dinner with cinnamon-spiced baked eggs. The tomato-onion sauce may satisfy any pasta cravings| and the allspice| cinnamon| and clove flavors add an unexpected element.

| Deviled Eggs

Deviled eggs get healthy with this recipe for deviled eggs| which uses mashed garbanzo beans to replace half of the mayo.

| Baked Eggs in Ham Cups

Fast enough for a weekday breakfast but filling enough to keep you satisfied well into the morning| these baked eggs in ham cups are the perfect fast breakfast treat.

| Vegetarian Hash

The perfectly baked eggs nestled in this vegetarian hash make the dish| and the fact that this hash is jam-packed with veggies instead of corned beef and lots of potatoes makes this version a healthy treat.

| Add Veggies to Scrambled Eggs

Yet another way to sneak in your veggies u2014 mixed in with fluffy| perfectly scrambled eggs and a little bit of melted cheese. Pretty much any green will do| but for a powerhouse combo| try this recipe for arugula| goat cheese| and scrambled eggs.

| Ebelskivers

Like egg popovers| these ebelskivers are a good option when you’re tired of your normal| carb-loaded English muffin/pancake rotation.

| Egg Avocado Bake

This Paleo-friendly combo of a perfectly baked egg nestled in an avocado is sure to wow when you bring a batch to the table.

17 Treats to Celebrate Halloween the Healthy Way

17 Treats to Celebrate Halloween the Healthy Way

Halloween can be tricky to navigate if you’re trying to eat healthy. Candy| drinks| and sweets abound| and while you deserve to treat yourself| having a few healthy ideas in your arsenal is always a good idea. From spooky party dishes to revamped candies| these fresh ideas are as festive as they are delicious. So scroll through for some Halloween snacks that are spooky good (and good for you!).

| Scary Bananas

Halloween desserts don’t have to ruin your healthy eating. These spooky banana treats will satisfy you with a burst of dark chocolate and the sweetness of the fruit.

| Vampire Juice

Had too many spooky cocktails? This vampire juice with beet| carrot| orange| lemon| and ginger will jolt you back to life. Try this recipe for beet carrot ginger juice as well.

| Halloween Salad

Even salads can feel festive. Using cutouts to add spooky shapes like pumpkins and ghosts will make a crunchy salad into a celebratory snack.

| Tropical Candy Corn

Give typical candy corn a healthy spin with this tropical alternative. Layers of pineapple| cantaloupe| and banana re-create the classic Halloween candy.

| Healthy Snickers

If you can’t resist the taste of snickers| skip the processed bars from the store and make your own healthy recipe instead.

| Ghost Popsicles

Throwing a spooky shindig? These yogurt-coated ghost popsicles are a sweet and healthy snack that guests can enjoy guilt free.

| Homemade Peanut Butter Cups

You don’t have to give up on your favorite candies. Make your own almond butter cups a try instead.

| Pineapple Monster

For a show-stopping centerpiece at your Halloween party| create a creepy pineapple monster using the shell of a hollowed out pineapple. Get directions for making a pineapple monster here.

| Jack-o’-Lantern Party Tray

Snack away on this veggie tray that will fill you up before you have a chance to binge on candy.

| Baked Pumpkin Doughnuts

For a sweet treat that will satisfy your morning sugar cravings| take a bite out of a baked pumpkin doughnut.

| Apple Bones With Bloody Jam

Need an idea for the Halloween potluck? This creative idea will be a crowd pleaser. Get the recipe for the strawberry| raspberry| and beet jam here.

| Monster Smoothie Bowl

If your friends love a smoothie bowl as much as you do| invite them for a detox brunch featuring this creepy guy.

| Paleo Chocolate Cupcakes

If you’d take cake over candy any day| but you’re still trying to eat healthy| try whipping up a batch of Paleo cupcakes. They are topped with a sweet potato or pumpkin icing| so you can indulge your sweet tooth the healthy way. Get the recipe here.

| Vegan Dirt and Worms

Dirt and worms was the ultimate childhood gross-out treat. When you’re in need of a diet-friendly dessert| this one is for you. Pair vegan chocolate pudding with cookie crumbles and homemade gummy worms and voilu00e0! Get the full recipe for vegan dirt and worms here.

| Chocolate Orange Cake Pops

Cake pops don’t have to be unhealthy. Use dark chocolate and carrot cake protein balls and you can munch away.

| Vegan Candy Corn

Vegan candy corn is a sweet you can enjoy without any guilt. Full of wholesome ingredients| it’s one healthy treat.

| Dark-Chocolate-Drizzled Popcorn Balls

Indulge your sweet tooth the healthy way with dark-chocolate-drizzled popcorn balls. The popcorn will fill you up so you won’t be tempted to overindulge. Get the recipe here.

40+ Treats For the Ultimate Healthy Halloween

40+ Treats For the Ultimate Healthy Halloween

The never-ending deluge of Halloween junk food can make it hard to stick to any healthy-eating resolutions. Thankfully| there are fun ways to say no to the candy bowl while still feeling like you’re indulging. Read on for over 40 healthy smoothies| candies| shakes| snacks| and other treats that’ll make your Halloween happy and healthy!

u2014 Additional reporting by Aemilia Madden

| Vegan Samoas

Chocolate| caramel| and coconut come together to make these scrumptious vegan samoas that may taste even better than the originals.

| Vegan Snickers

Enjoy a healthy spin on the salty and sweet taste of Snickers by taking a bite out of this vegan version.

| Pumpkin-Carrot Bars With Cream Cheese Frosting

No one at your Halloween party will believe that these knockout pumpkin-carrot bars with cream cheese frosting are actually good for you.

| Chocolate Chip Pumpkin Bars

For your next Fall potluck| these chocolate chip pumpkin bars are sure to be a hit.

| Vegan Peanut Butter Brownie Bites

For a treat that’s something in between a brownie and a peanut butter cup| try snacking on these peanut butter brownie bites that your vegan friends can enjoy| too.

| Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls

Crispy| rich| and decadent| these vegan chocolate peanut butter balls are the perfect after-dinner treat.

| Vegan Thin Mints

These flaky| chocolate vegan thin mints are a crowd-pleaser that even the pickiest Halloween party guests will love.

| Almond Butter Cups

Mix up your nut butters and whip up a batch of these almond butter cups instead of the classic peanut butter version.

| Healthy Caramel Apples

You may think that caramel apples are possibly one of the healthier Halloween options| but gobs of caramel can turn a formerly healthy apple into a less-than-diet-friendly dessert. Make a few modifications and shave hundreds of calories with this healthy caramel apple recipe from Muscle and Fitness Hers.

| Pumpkin Caipirinha

Using Fall ingredients like ginger| nutmeg| and antioxidant-rich pumpkin| this pumpkin caipirinha cocktail is definitely a treat to get you in a festive Halloween mood. Best of all| it’s not weighed down with sugary juices or refined sugars; since pumpkin is naturally sweet on its own| the drink only needs a touch of agave nectar to round it out.

| Superwoman Green Smoothie

This creamy chocolate concoction is hiding a few green secrets: the superfoods spinach and spirulina| to be exact. Luckily for your sweet-pining taste buds| this superwoman green smoothie has enough cacao| honey| and frozen berries to satisfy candy cravings.

| Banana Chocolate Strawberry Smoothie

This smoothie’s got a little bit of everything: creamy banana| sweet strawberries| satisfying peanut butter| and a hint of chocolate flavor. Get the recipe here.

| Peanut Butter Rice Krispies Treats

Make a healthier version of a party favorite with this recipe for Rice Krispies treats. Skip the marshmallows and use peanut butter to keep your treats sticking together.

| Pumpkin Brownie Cupcakes

Layers of pumpkin and chocolate join forces to create dreamy pumpkin brownie cupcakes dolloped with some avocado frosting.

| Peanut Butter Patties

These peanut butter patties have a similar taste to Reeses’s Peanut Butter Cups but without the preservatives. They are also animal-product-free for you and your vegan friends.

| Peanut Butter Cups

Make your own comforting vegan chocolate peanut butter cups with this oh-so-creative recipe.

| Candy Corn

Traditional candy corn can be full of preservatives and artificial sweeteners. However| this homemade vegan candy corn is a festive alternative.

| Cookie Dough Truffles

These cookie dough truffles are made with almond meal and honey then coated with melted chocolate. They make a tasty| grain-free substitution if you love cookie dough bites.

| Bat Bites

These bat bites are more cute than scary| but no matter what your guests’ reaction| they’ll love digging into this cheesy appetizer.

| Vegan Pumpkin Pie Cupcakes

You don’t have to wait for Thanksgiving for your pumpkin pie fix. Make these vegan pumpkin pie cupcakes for your Halloween soiree| and if you’re feeling adventurous| try the included recipe for homemade candy corn gummies!

| Candied Spiced Pumpkin Seeds

‘Tis the season for an abundance of pumpkin seeds. Instead of tossing them out| make a sweet| high-protein snack with this vegan candied spiced pumpkin seeds recipe.

| Beady Edible Eyes

This spooky twist on crudite is a cinch to make and easy for guests to pick up. Bonus: all you need are three ingredients. Get the recipe for beady edible eyes here.

| Carrot Cake

Love the flavors of carrot cake| but can’t find a recipe that works for your alternative diet? Look no further than this raw carrot cake topped with vanilla “”cream cheese”” frosting. It covers all the bases; it’s vegan| and free of gluten| sugar| and corn.

| No-Bake Chocolate Almond Squares

If you love the crunchy combination of chocolate and almonds in an no-bake chocolate almond squares instead. Made with dates| banana| honey| and raw cacao| each one-inch square has 149 calories| 9.4 grams fat| and 10.9 grams sugar. For the coconut flavor| sprinkle with freshly shaved coconut.

| Apple Cider Doughnuts

Forget the deep-fried version. Baked apple cider doughnuts bring a heaping helping of traditional Fall flavors to your palate.

| Raw Vegan Mint Bonbons

raw vegan mint bonbons make for an equally decadent treat| along with a pop of protein from the cashew base.

| Jack-o’-Lantern Hummus Plate

If you don’t have a lot of time to spend on a Halloween-inspired appetizer| this jack-o’-lantern hummus plate is the one for you.

| Protein Milk Shake

Make this protein milk shake your own dessert swap with additions like cocoa or flavored protein powders for a customizable sweet treat without the guilt.

| Chocolate Coconut Almond Bars

No need to miss the combination of flavors in a classic Almond Joy bar. Instead| create these “”joyfully vegan”” chocolate coconut almond bars.

| Mint Chocolate Smoothie

Mint and chocolate are a classic combination| but that doesn’t mean you should eat an endless supply of Peppermint Patties. This vegan mint chocolate chip shake uses fresh mint and raw cacao nibs to satisfy your cravings.

| Raw Vegan Brownies

If you simply love anything and everything chocolate and often reach for classics like a raw vegan brownies for your new go-to no-bake chocolate fix.

| Chocolate “”Cockroaches””

If you love the salty and sweet flavors in creepy chocolate cockroach treats that use fresh nuts and dark chocolate instead of milk chocolate.

| Healthy Cookie Dough Balls

This recipe for healthy Halloween cookie dough balls from Oh She Glows can be made in minutes and will satisfy any sweet tooth| stat. They are the quick perfect make-ahead for your Halloween get-together!

| Cuke Monsters

If there are going to be kids at your Halloween party| here’s a snack for them. You can either make these ahead of time or as an activity at the party u2014 either way| any little ghoul will love these healthy cucumber monster treats.

| Reese’s Smoothie

Those peanut butter cups are hard to resist. Whip up a batch of this healthy Reese’s smoothie and step away from your Halloween candy stash.

| Vegan Chocolate Shake

A chocolate shake that’s good for you? After you see all the wholesome ingredients that go into this vegan chocolate shake| you’ll feel good (and rightfully so) about making this for dessert.

| Chocolate Banana Cashew Smoothie

Craving something chocolate-y but don’t want to dig into your Halloween candy stash? This chocolate banana cashew smoothie should do the trick.

| Cheese Pumpkins

Although these cheese pumpkins look like they’re made of marzipan| they’re actually a savory treat. Using cold-packed cheddar cheese (the soft kind in a container) makes it easy to roll these little pumpkins u2014 and it’s a healthy treat| since one tablespoon of cheese is only 35 calories.

| Veggie Fingers Dip

Veggies never looked so creepy. To assemble these veggie dip using Greek yogurt| then stick the “”fingers”” into your bowl. A dab of hummus and an almond sliver “”finger nail”” complete the look.

| Banana Ghost Pops

Scare away your sugar cravings with our new favorite Halloween treat: banana ghost pops. Coated in coconut| this variation of a classic frozen banana will satisfy your taste buds and add some potassium to snack time. Watch this video to learn how to make your own ghostly treats.

| Pumpkin Carrot Muffins

A Halloween party needs a dose of appropriately orange-hued treats. Get festive without food coloring with these pumpkin carrot muffins; no one will know just how many vegetables these healthy Halloween treats are actually hiding!

The Perfect Meal to Eat After a Sweaty Gym Session

Photo: Lizzie Fuhr

I love adding spice to meals, and nothing is quite as warming as a little curry. This Indian-spiced chard makes a great main dish, or choose to leave out the tofu and enjoy it as a side. For a satisfying (and fiber-rich) meal, serve alongside toasted whole wheat pita ¡ª an easy replacement for naan ¡ª or whip up a batch of brown rice and roasted cauliflower. It’s a tasty, vitamin-packed meal and even better as leftovers.

Related: 200+ Healthy Recipes For Every Meal of the Day

From The Food We Eat

Indian-Spiced Chard With Tofu

Ingredients

1 large bunch of red Swiss chard or rainbow chard (around 16 to 18 leaves)3 tablespoons olive oil1 onion, chopped1 tablespoon ginger, minced3 cloves garlic, minced1 teaspoon turmeric1 teaspoon garam masala1/2 teaspoon red chili flakes1 teaspoon cumin powder1 teaspoon kosher salt1 tomato, chopped1 block extrafirm tofu, cubed1 cup water1/4 cup roasted cashews, for garnish1/4 cup chopped cilantro, for garnish

The Perfect Meal to Eat After a Sweaty Gym Session

Photo: Lizzie Fuhr

I love adding spice to meals| and nothing is quite as warming as a little curry. This Indian-spiced chard makes a great main dish| or choose to leave out the tofu and enjoy it as a side. For a satisfying (and fiber-rich) meal| serve alongside toasted whole wheat pita ¡ª an easy replacement for naan ¡ª or whip up a batch of brown rice and roasted cauliflower. It’s a tasty| vitamin-packed meal and even better as leftovers.

Related: 200+ Healthy Recipes For Every Meal of the Day

From The Food We Eat

Indian-Spiced Chard With Tofu

Ingredients

1 large bunch of red Swiss chard or rainbow chard (around 16 to 18 leaves)3 tablespoons olive oil1 onion| chopped1 tablespoon ginger| minced3 cloves garlic| minced1 teaspoon turmeric1 teaspoon garam masala1/2 teaspoon red chili flakes1 teaspoon cumin powder1 teaspoon kosher salt1 tomato| chopped1 block extrafirm tofu| cubed1 cup water1/4 cup roasted cashews| for garnish1/4 cup chopped cilantro| for garnish

These Paleo Milky Way Bars Are About to Become Your New Favorite Halloween Treat

Looking to make your Halloween a little more Paleo-friendly this year? Don’t miss out on this healthy Milky Way recipe from our friends at PaleoHacks.

Who doesn’t love a good candy bar (um| hello Paleo Twix Bars)? Milky Ways are especially delicious thanks to their soft marshmallow insides and gooey caramel. Unfortunately| regular candy bars are full of high-fructose corn syrup| hydrogenated oils| and their chocolate has very little real cacao in it. So| have fun in the kitchen and make your own candy bars instead!

The marshmallows in these Paleo Milky Way Bars are made with gut-healing gelatin and are sweetened with just little bit of maple syrup. The “caramel” is made with nutritious almond butter and coconut cream.

Tip: The darker the chocolate you use on top| the more antioxidants you’ll get from it. Try to find one that doesn’t have milk fat| added oils| or soy lecithin it it. It’s best to use chocolate that’s at least 70 percent cacao| but you can go as high as 90 percent and the finished treat will still be amazing.

If you prefer a lighter caramel flavor| you can swap the maple syrup with honey. Also| since there are no preservatives or stabilizers to keep these bars fresh| make sure you keep them chilled in the refrigerator.

This recipe would make a wonderful weekend project with the kids. It takes a bit of elbow grease| but it’s definitely a very rewarding (and tasty!) endeavor.

Paleo Milky Way Bars

From PaleoHacks

Paleo Milky Way Bars

Paleo Milky Way Bars Recipe

Ingredients

1/2 cup + 6 tablespoons water3 tablespoons unflavored gelatin2 tablespoons + 1/2 cup pure maple syrup2 tablespoons cocoa powder1/4 cup creamy almond butter1/4 cup coconut cream1/4 teaspoon salt1/2 cup chopped dark chocolate| melted

These Paleo Milky Way Bars Are About to Become Your New Favorite Halloween Treat

Looking to make your Halloween a little more Paleo-friendly this year? Don’t miss out on this healthy Milky Way recipe from our friends at PaleoHacks.

Who doesn’t love a good candy bar (um, hello Paleo Twix Bars)? Milky Ways are especially delicious thanks to their soft marshmallow insides and gooey caramel. Unfortunately, regular candy bars are full of high-fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated oils, and their chocolate has very little real cacao in it. So, have fun in the kitchen and make your own candy bars instead!

The marshmallows in these Paleo Milky Way Bars are made with gut-healing gelatin and are sweetened with just little bit of maple syrup. The “caramel” is made with nutritious almond butter and coconut cream.

Tip: The darker the chocolate you use on top, the more antioxidants you’ll get from it. Try to find one that doesn’t have milk fat, added oils, or soy lecithin it it. It’s best to use chocolate that’s at least 70 percent cacao, but you can go as high as 90 percent and the finished treat will still be amazing.

If you prefer a lighter caramel flavor, you can swap the maple syrup with honey. Also, since there are no preservatives or stabilizers to keep these bars fresh, make sure you keep them chilled in the refrigerator.

This recipe would make a wonderful weekend project with the kids. It takes a bit of elbow grease, but it’s definitely a very rewarding (and tasty!) endeavor.

Paleo Milky Way Bars

From PaleoHacks

Paleo Milky Way Bars

Paleo Milky Way Bars Recipe

Ingredients

1/2 cup + 6 tablespoons water3 tablespoons unflavored gelatin2 tablespoons + 1/2 cup pure maple syrup2 tablespoons cocoa powder1/4 cup creamy almond butter1/4 cup coconut cream1/4 teaspoon salt1/2 cup chopped dark chocolate, melted

Guilt-Free Creamy Comfort: Healthier Spaghetti Carbonara

Spaghetti carbonara is not a daily indulgence if you’re trying to lose weight| but every once in a while you need something a little comforting! For one of those cool Fall nights when you’re craving a little Italian| this lightened-up recipe is sure to satisfy cravings. Forget dialing the Italian restaurant down the block| and create a healthier spaghetti carbonara in the comfort of your own kitchen.

Healthier Spaghetti Carbonara

From Cristina Ferrare| Oprah.com

Healthier Spaghetti Carbonara

Healthy Spaghetti Carbonara Recipe

Ingredients

2 cups fresh or frozen peas2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil2 ounces 1/4-inch-thick pancetta| diced into small cubes2 tablespoons finely chopped shallot8 ounces whole-wheat spaghetti1 cup low-fat milk| chill taken off3/4 cup freshly grated parmesan cheese| plus additional for sprinklingFreshly ground pepperFresh mint leaves

Guilt-Free Creamy Comfort: Healthier Spaghetti Carbonara

Spaghetti carbonara is not a daily indulgence if you’re trying to lose weight, but every once in a while you need something a little comforting! For one of those cool Fall nights when you’re craving a little Italian, this lightened-up recipe is sure to satisfy cravings. Forget dialing the Italian restaurant down the block, and create a healthier spaghetti carbonara in the comfort of your own kitchen.

Healthier Spaghetti Carbonara

From Cristina Ferrare, Oprah.com

Healthier Spaghetti Carbonara

Healthy Spaghetti Carbonara Recipe

Ingredients

2 cups fresh or frozen peas2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil2 ounces 1/4-inch-thick pancetta, diced into small cubes2 tablespoons finely chopped shallot8 ounces whole-wheat spaghetti1 cup low-fat milk, chill taken off3/4 cup freshly grated parmesan cheese, plus additional for sprinklingFreshly ground pepperFresh mint leaves

14 Healthy Apple Recipes That You’ll Make All Fall Long

14 Healthy Apple Recipes That You’ll Make All Fall Long

We love apples: the sweet and crunchy snack is full of all sorts of nutritional goodness| and they taste good on their own and in salads| desserts| and savory dishes| too. These healthy recipes celebrate this favorite fruit of the Fall| keeping you full and satisfied all season long!

| Vegan Apple Banana Bread

This moist low-fat vegan banana apple bread is healthy enough for breakfast| but flavorful enough for dessert.

| Apple Pie Apple Cider Vinegar Drink

If you’re already drinking apple cider vinegar because of its many health benefits| you will absolutely love this apple pie drink that uses the elixir| but tastes like a sweet treat.

| Apple Cabbage Salad

This detox apple and cabbage salad helps balance out all the comfort food you’re bound to enjoy this Fall. This fiber-filled meal aids in digestion| and the added cayenne helps to boost your metabolism.

| Cinnamon Apple Chips

Satisfy candy cravings with these light cinnamon apple chips. They’re made from only three ingredients| which include metabolism-boosting cinnamon.

Related: Burn Fat With Spice! Tasty Metabolism-Boosting Recipes

| Apple Cinnamon Quinoa Breakfast Bake

On chilly mornings| you’ll be thankful that you’ve baked up a batch of this apple cinnamon quinoa. It’s full of protein and fiber| and you’ll love the cinnamon-spiced apples| plump raisins| and crunchy almonds in the dish.

| Apple Pear Oatmeal Crisp

This apple pear oatmeal crisp pairs two Fall fruits in a healthy dessert that will have you asking for more.

| Banana Apple Cranberry Muffins

With the abundance of fruit in these apple pie muffins| the need for sugar is pretty low.

| Vegan Apple Crumble Pie

This lightened-up apple crumble pie marries these two traditional desserts in one glorious| warm| and spicy treat.

| Gluten-Free Apple Muffins

Full of good-for-you ingredients like walnuts| yogurt| and chia seeds| these gluten-free apple muffins make a filling snack when cravings hit.

| DIY Apple Fruit Leather

Skip buying sugary fruit roll-ups at the store| and make your own at home. This recipe for apple fruit leather is easy to make and only requires an oven.

| Apple Cranberry Pecan Salad

All the Fall flavors are in this recipe for apple cranberry pecan salad with goat cheese and a vinaigrette. This easy salad proves that fresh cranberries are not just for chutneys and muffins.

| Apple| Peanut Butter| and Pumpkin Seed Stacks

Apple sandwiches with peanut butter and pumpkin seeds make a great afternoon snack. The recipe is full of fiber and protein| which will help you power through your day until it’s time for dinner.

| Baked Apple Dessert

Turn an apple into a comforting| warm dessert by simply placing it in the oven. This baked apple recipe is very loose| which allows you to get creative. Depending on your mood| add nuts and a touch of honey or maple syrup| or some dried cranberries or cherries. A little cinnamon| nutmeg| or brown sugar is also a nice touch.

| Chunky Almond Fruit Spread

All you need is a food processor| three ingredients| and five minutes to make this apple almond spread.