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What I ate for Christmas

This is Gangnam style. This is Batman style. If you celebrate Christmas, I hope yours was as joyful and fun-filled as Batman’s. He spent the season barking his head off at the UPS man, basking in the extra attention lavished upon him, and chasing a toy train around and around and around our Christmas tree until he […]

How to make your own White Chocolate Chips

White chocolate is not really chocolate. Just like tomatoes aren’t really vegetables. Lentils aren’t really beans. Koalas aren’t really bears… Life’s confusing, isn’t it? Sometimes people are surprised to find not a single white chocolate recipe on this entire chocolate-covered blog. White chocolate has just never been my favorite thing… because I want it to taste […]

Lentil Sloppy Joes: Nutrition Facts

WW Points (new system): 2 points Nutrition info is for a standard 1/2-cup serving size. This version is so healthy that you can easily eat more than one serving. In comparison, the same serving size of traditional sloppy joe filling will have: 200 calories, 10 grams fat (9 of which are saturated!), 24 grams sugar, […]

Copycat Amy’s Mexican Tamale Pies

They are almost too cute to eat. Almost, but not quite. And when you see how easy these little pies are to prepare, you might give up buying frozen meals for good. They take just THREE simple steps, the first of which is to simply throw a bunch of cans into a pot and wait. […]

Cake Batter Dip

The sprinkles made me do it. Sprinkles can be very convincing. Yesterday, one of my friends threw an impromptu party, and we were all supposed to bring a dish to share. Since a lot of people came straight from work, there ended up being an overwhelming number of packaged hummus containers, spinach dips, and pre-cut veggie trays. […]

Cake Batter Dip: Nutrition Facts

Nutritional Info: Calories: 30 Fat: 1g Carbs: 7g Protein: .5g Fiber: .5g WW points (new system): 1 The total recipe yields about 500g (or 33 tablespoons). Above info is based on each tablespoon, but that doesn’t mean you can’t eat more. An entire 1/2 cup of this dip is just 240 calories, with 4 grams […]

Chocolate Cake… With A Crazy Ingredient!

This cauliflower chocolate cake might be the most “out there” recipe I’ve ever posted. Originally, I was hoping to save the recipe for The Chocolate-Covered Katie Cookbook. But I can’t keep it to myself. This chocolate cake is too good to not share! And no, the secret ingredient is not beans. My boyfriend has proclaimed […]

Spaghetti Squash Lo Mein: Nutritional Info

Serving Size: The recipe yields about 5 main-dish servings, and it’s very low in calories. I’d definitely suggest having something with it, since 70 calories is probably not enough for a meal for even the strictest dieter! (I double-checked, because that seemed crazy low. But it is actually correct.) Bulk-up ideas include: adding edamame or […]

Chocolate Chip Cookie Pie… Without Sugar!

Happy Birthday! To celebrate a birthday, one often eats pie. But what do you eat when the birthday is for the pie, itself? While it may seem odd to commemorate such an occasion at all, my deep-dish cookie pie—which came into existence exactly one year ago—is no ordinary pie. After all, this recipe was featured […]

Deep-Dish Cookie Pie: Calories and Nutrition Info

This makes either a deep, 10-in springform pie or two 8-in round cookie cakes. If you make the round cakes and cut each into 8 slices, the slices will have the following nutritional profile. Note, the nutrition info DOES include the chocolate chips: Calories: 200 Fat: 7.5 g Carbs: 35 g Fiber: 4.5 g Protein: […]

Gooey Chocolate-Chip Bars (for a good cause!)

Note to self: Don’t ask for suggestions. You’ll get way too many good ones, and thus it will be even harder to make a decision. Finally, at about 6 o’clock Friday night, I had to choose something… After a lot of wavering, I finally made my Chocolate Chip Blondies with beans. When I bring those […]

“Get Well” Mushroom Miso Soup Nutrition Facts

Nutritional info per serving: Calories: 35 Fat: 0.5 g Carbs: 6 g Fiber: 1.5 g Protein: 2.5 g WW Points: 1 (new system) The soup also has healthy probiotics, thanks to the miso . This info is based on 7 starter servings. You can easily make this into a main dish by eating a bigger […]

Coconut Cookie Chicks

EAT ME! Do it! If you haven’t tried it, I highly recommend this macaroon recipe. I know; you’re probably rolling your eyes at me because I highly recommend a lot of things. But that’s because every single recipe published on my site has been tested and approved by many people, not just me (and not just vegans or health-food eaters, either). I […]

Reeses Peanut Butter Eggs

Healthy homemade Reeses peanut butter eggs that are vegan and gluten-free?!?! EDIT: As of right now, the Chocolate Covered Katie Cookbook is the #1 Amazon Best Seller for dessert cookbooks and #4 on the Best Seller list for cookbooks overall. I am forever grateful to everyone who has been spreading the word! Dear Easter Bunny, I want […]

Banana-Split Cheesecake Fudge Bites

Bite me. Don’t mind if I do. The following cheesecake recipe came about  a few mornings ago, after I found myself with just half a banana that needed to be used up. (I hate wasting food.) I used the other in a favorite recipe: PB Breakfast Pudding. So I threw the remaining banana into my […]

Melty Pizza Hummus

It’s hummus. But it tastes like pizza. This initially started out as regular hummus. I’d never made my own hummus before, so I trusted a recipe from Vegnews. It was easy enough to make, but the finished product tasted quite bland. In an effort to jazz up the flavor, I turned to Hunts (as I often […]

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