We love scouring the internet to find exciting, healthy recipes to test out on our families and friends but there are so many food bloggers it can sometimes be overwhelming. So as part of our new weekly series we are bringing you some of our favorite ones. Test out a recipe and let us know how it turns out or share it with a foodie friend!
Anjali Shah is a food writer, board certified health coach, and owner of The Picky Eater, a healthy food and lifestyle blog. Anjali grew up a “whole wheat” girl, but married a “white bread” kind of guy. Hoping to prove that nutritious food could in fact be delicious and desirable, she taught herself how to cook and successfully transformed her husband’s eating habits from a diet of frozen pizzas and Taco Bell to her healthy, yet flavorful recipes made with simple, wholesome ingredients.
I have a confession to make.
While I do try to eat healthy most of the time, I’ve got quite a sweet tooth. It’s one of the rare food preferences the husband and I have 100% in common!
I crave all sweet treats: cookies, cakes, pastries, chocolate, candy, ice cream — they call to me like long lost friends whom I love and adore.
I also eat dessert every day.
But I do it in The Picky Eater way: in moderation, just a bit of indulgence, so it’s relatively guilt-free.
A while back, I received a request on my Facebook Page for a lighter version of Cinnamon Buns or Cinnamon Rolls. I love, love, love Cinnamon Buns. I remember when Cinnabon opened in our local mall when I was in junior high — it was all the rage and I definitely had my fair share of their ooey, gooey, decadent, calorie-laden treats.
So in a quest to recreate that Cinnabon experience, but with The Picky Eater twist, I scoured the web and finally found this amazing recipe for a health(ier) version of Cinnamon Buns!
What are the secret swaps in this recipe?
Adapted from Food.com
Makes 12 buns
To see what the cinnamon rolls look like finished check out Anjali’s full post here. Through her blog, The Picky Eater Anjali shares her passion for tasty, healthy cooking. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or Google+.
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