Responsible Eating

98C50D59-88C2-4B43-A5C9-782934583B7DFlour in its natural state is full of Vitimans that are good for your body:  A, B1, B5, C, E and Vitamin K. BUT in this day most of the flour that people consume is REFINED and this is when it becomes harmful to your body. The consumption of flour along with white sugar should be weighed carefully. Flour is an example of a complex carbohydrate which has the effect of rapid metabolism that can cause spikes in blood sugar levels. Flour has no nutritional value. Because flour has the effect of rapid metabolism, glucose is delivered into your blood stream all at once and your pancreas secrets large quantities of insulin that stimulate glucose absorption into cells and body tissue. Blood sugar levels plummet and you feel hungry, thus creating a cycle of glucose-induced food cravings. As a Natural Health Consulant I am always seeking a better way to eat (and have fun) while nourishing  the body.

I believe that this recipe does both:


1/3 cup + 1 heaping Tbsp, all natural peanut butter

1/4 cup raw honey

1/2 cup unsweetened all natural applesauce

1/2 tsp vanilla

1/3 cup unsweetened cacao powder

1/2 cup oats

1 tsp baking soda

1/8 tsp sea salt

1 cup finely shredded zucchini (with the skin left on)

1/4 cup dark chocolate chips (will add a bit of sugar)



Preheat oven to 350 degrees

spray a 8 by 8 brownie pan, wiped with coconut oil

ground your oats in blender until they are finely ground

using mixer: mix peanut butter, applesauce, honey and vanilla until it’s smooth.

add zucchini, cacao powder, ground oats, baking soda and sea salt, mix until

ingredients are combined.

stir in half of the chocolate chips, pour batter into baking pan and sprinkle

remaining chips on top

bake for 25 minutes

let bronnies cool before cutting and eating!

Author: 7rosepetal

I’m a Licensed and Ordained Minister/ Counselor and servant of Christ. At Woman of the Word Ministry, we aim to help women to better communication within themselves. This leads to truly understanding self and strengthening family bonds.

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