Gluten-Free Almond Chocolate Dessert Pizza
I have a severe sweet tooth. It is probably my biggest vice. I can abstain from just about anything but dessert. So while on this health journey, I had to discover a way to have my cake and eat it too. Living a gluten-free lifestyle. It’s hard to find spreads and condiments that don’t contain wheat. As I have adopted a gluten-free lifestyle, I have found some tasty products that are gluten-free to satisfy my sweet tooth. I team up with Once Again to try their Amore Spread Almond with Cocoa and Milk. I was amazed at the decadence of this chocolate spread.
Not your average Chocolate Spread
Once again is a company that you can trust for Certified Gluten-Free, Non-GMO Verified, Certified Organic, and vegan nut and seed butter. Once Again Nut Butter
also follows Fair Trade and Sustainability standards for their farm partners, suppliers, and prices. I love companies that are conscious about where their product is sourced and quality of the ingredients. When my family tried the Once Again Organic Amore Almond Spread with Milk Chocolate, it was without question delicious. It makes everything taste better, and it is healthier than other dessert butter in the market. We’ve used it as a dip for our popcorn, fruit, and gluten-free pretzels. It was also a delicious spread on rice cakes as a snack. So creamy and rich it is better than other hazelnut nut butter that is popular on the market.
The ingredients are much better for you. I decided to make a Dessert Pizza for a Barbeque we were invited to, and it was a hit. In less than 20 minutes and with minimal ingredients. We had a delicious dessert. Often people omit desserts when working towards their weight loss goals, but I believe in living a healthier lifestyle whether than being on a diet. Which for me, includes desserts. Using better ingredients and portion control dessert is a guiltless pleasure that everyone should enjoy in moderation. Give the recipe a try and be a rockstar at your next potluck or for an easy dessert.
Do you care about the ingredients when it comes to your desserts?