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Naturally Sweet Tuesday

Thanks for stopping by again this week to share and/or view recipes that are free of refined sugar and artificial sweeteners! Please feel free to visit the main Naturally Sweet Tuesdays page for full details.

Highlights From Last Week

The most popular (most clicked) recipe from last week was the Sugar Free Carrot Cake Recipe from Eva at Whole Food Mom. This anti-candida diet friendly dessert uses Cannellini Beans as a base. Looks yummy!


From last week I want to try the Strawberry Sorbet from Sandi at I have a lot of already frozen strawberries, so this would be a great way to enjoy them throughout the year!


My Entry For This Week:

This week I am sharing a recipe for Chocolate Covered Strawberries, but just a little bit healthier than you may have had them before. You will still feel like you are indulging too (trust me ;)).


Link Up Guidelines

This is the abridged version. See all details here.

  • Link to your individual recipe post, NOT your home page.
  • Within your recipe post on your blog/website, please link back to this post URL specifically, not (this will only frustrate and confuse our readers)
  • Links can be ‘older’, AKA not just something you recently published. It can be from last month or last year!
  • When you share your recipe link, please leave a comment about what you shared and what’s great about it!

This link-up will close Sunday, July 20, at midnight and the next week link-up will be available the following Monday night:

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~Aubree Cherie

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12 Responses to Naturally Sweet Tuesday – July 15, 2014

  1. Thanks for hosting! I’m sharing my ice cream birthday cake which is a great alternative to a traditional birthday cake—no apologies needed for being allergy-friendly. I’m also sharing my update to coconut milk ice cream— vanilla custard ice cream that’s rich and creamy and SCOOPABLE.

  2. Thank you for hosting! I am sharing Strawberry Shortcakes with Maple Vanilla Coconut Cream. They are paleo-friendly and ever-so-delicious!

    {By the way, I noticed that our blogs are similar in direction–balancing healthy living with holy living. I’m looking forward to seeing more of what you post!}

    • Hi Chantelle – I thought I had responded to this before but I’m seeing that I hadn’t :( But i wanted to let you know that I’m excited we are of ‘like minds’ and look forward to reading more of your blog as well :) ~Aubree

  3. Hi Aubree,
    Thanks for hosting the Naturally Sweet Tuesday blog link up.
    I am sharing the banana-bread style energy balls.


  4. Thanks for letting me be a part of your recipe round up! I have shared my favorite little honey sweetened, grain free, nut free, mini cake – petit four recipe. And I have also shared my favorite paleo/vegan egg roll recipe.

    Thanks so much!

  5. This week I’m sharing my Coconut Chia Cranberry Energy Bars. They are paleo-friendly, delicious, energizing, and perfect for an on-the-go snack! :)

  6. I had a super busy week and forgot to stop by and say thanks for featuring my Carrot Cake!

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