There is nothing worst than a "healthy" dessert that doesn't taste good. Trust me, I have a husband and toddler that will tell me right to my face. I know a recipe isn't blog worthy when my husband says it "tastes healthy" and my toddler won't taste seconds. So, when I develop a recipe that my family is grabbing seconds and thirds of, I know it's a winner. These two bite brownies are a definite winner.
As you welcome a new addition to your life, alongside the joy, you will undoubtedly experience low energy, aches, and pains. After being pregnant for 9 months and going through labour and delivery, your body has gone through significant changes. Especially if you are breastfeeding, you are continuing to share nutrients with your baby. While you may not be able to control the amount of sleep you get as a mom of a baby, you can include certain foods to give you a boost of energy and important nutrients your body requires.
Me and my 2nd daughter (2 months postpartum)
I gave birth to a baby girl 2.5 months ago and also have a 2.5-year-old toddler. You can only imagine how hectic my day can get! However, I have found that on the days I am more prepared to eat healthier, I feel much more energized and more in balance.
This post is sponsored by Tea India. As always, all opinions are my own.
I love helping people start living healthier and showing them that it doesn't mean you have to be on a restrictive diet. The number one question most of my South Asian clients ask me is if they can still have their tea now that they're eating healthier.
At first, I used to say "yes of course" because I know how essential a cup of chai is to every Desi woman's day. But then, I realized that a cup of chai usually means a sweet treat on the side. Whether it is biscuits or rusk. That's where I would try and find healthier options to have with that cup of chai.
I'm so excited to share this recipe for Chocolate Almond Biscotti that is low carb and naturally sweetened! For all you true blue Desis, you can call this rusk as well.