Conclusion from video: all salt tastes the same!
Which is not what our experiment a few years ago concluded. Salt on Avocados!
Do you want a quick, easy, healthy snack?!!?
Hey, shut up for a second and listen to me, because I have your answer!
It can even be put into bars! Maybe! I don’t CARE!
LET’S GET TO IT! YOU WON’T BELIEVE HOW EASY THESE ARE. READ ON TO LEARN MORE.
NOTE: Honey is not vegan. So two out of the three cookie recipes being tested are vegan, just not the one that uses honey.
Here is a recipe for a very healthy and very tasty chocolate chip cookie, and it happens to also be vegan and gluten free!
This post will be examining three different batches of this recipe with a change in one ingredient: the sweetener. Specifically, we’ll make one batch using maple syrup, one using honey, and one using raw agave nectar.
This recipe and test idea was suggested by my friend Margaret. I’m always down for testing anything chocolate for a friend. And for “science.”
Can something so healthy actually taste so friggin’ good?
Usually if something tastes really good, it means it’s probably not that healthy for you. I’m thinking things like Nutella or fried chicken or ice cream. This is a weak generalization, but I think most of us grew up believing the point this graph conveys:
One day I’m exploring the world wide web for food related things, and I come upon NutrionFacts.org. The author of a blog claims that he has an antioxidant-packed tea recipe (very healthy) that tastes just like fruit punch (not healthy)!
This seems like a job for this blog to taste test this.
Does this video’s recipe actually taste like fruit punch?
Here is the video: