The ancient yogis liked to eat sweet; but they also liked it healthy, whole, pure, natural, and auspicious. Most junk food is at best, neutral. Like eating paper. It won’t kill you, but it adds nothing. Some junk food is downright harmful.
It doesn’t have to be - eating sweet can be easier than pie.
Today, I’m sharing my favorite guilt-free sweet ‘treats.’ Why not share yours too? #practicalpradipika @airstreamyogi @camputopiayoga @allisonrissel @shineon.yoga
Skip the ice cream and unhealthy syrups and just pile your banana up with frozen or fresh berries, a scoop of yogurt or fruit preserves, and a dollop of honey. That's breakfast!
I replace nuts with bee pollen for a little crunch, although raw nuts are great too.
Add a little organic chocolate for a delicious dessert.
This is such an easy thing to make, although you have to stand around and stir it for 40 - 60 minutes while it thickens, or it pops its sticky self all over your stove top. Freeze or put in the fridge in a sealed jar for 2 weeks.
I was making peach butter with the last of the frozen peaches, and just as it was beginning to thicken up, I thought of spooning some into popsicle molds and ice cube trays, just to see. Consensus: heaven. Nice and fudgy.