Dr Zee Eats: 7 EASY Treats

Dear Readers,

Enough of the million paragraphs I’ve been writing for who knows how long? I say I post a bunch of pics and links to super easy Fall treats (healthy and non-healthy) that will get you excited for the possibly bipolar and cold weather that’s coming to us soon. And yes, I do mean easy. For me, “easy” follows three things:

a) not too many ingredients,

b) not too much time (one must study, of course)

c) and absolutely delicious.


  1. Candy Corn Pretzel Hugs (all you need are three ingredients and an oven!)

*I’ve tried making this treat with M&M’s instead but I’m really excited to try this with candy corn! :P

Candy Corn Pretzel Hugs


2. Greek Yogurt Berry Granola Bites (berries, granola, and greek yogurt….plus a cupcake tray with liners)

berry bite


3. Brownie Bowls (all you need is brownie mix, ice cream, toppings, and two cupcake trays)brownie bowl


4. S’mores on a (Pretzel) Stick

(the picture wouldn’t upload on this blog post, but the link is below!

All you will need is: marshmellows, pretzel sticks, chocolate, and graham cracker bits


5. Oreo Truffles (three ingredients only: oreos, cream cheese, and melted chocolate) Oreo Truffles


6. Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars (materials: peanut butter, chocolate chips, and powdered sugar)

Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars


7. 3 Ingredient Healthy Muffin

healthy muffin

Ingredients: old fashioned oats, milk, and bananas


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Dr. Zee’s Clean Eats: Chocolate Doughettes

Dear Readers, 

I have been making it my mission to avoid sweets and fast food for quite a while. Especially with an apartment, eating out has no longer been an option only because I now have the ability to make myself a home cooked meal with my own kitchen. Anyway, I thought I would share with you all a very common recipe with my own twist on it. 

Today I will be dedicating this blog post to making healthy chocolate doughettes. Although it has the word chocolate in it, do not be fooled. Just read the directions below: 

This recipe doesn’t use sugar or chocolate chips. Instead I used honey and cocoa powder. 
Chocolate Doughettes (Healthy) 

What you will need

Peanut butter (1/2 a cup) 

*I used crunchy peanut butter which contained peanut bits in it*

Instant oats (2 packs) 

Vanilla extract (1/4 tsp) 

Cocoa powder (1/3 a cup) 

Milk (based on your preference) 

Raisins or any topping of your choosing 

Honey (1/4 a cup) 

Sprinkles/shredded coconut (optional) 

  1. Add the peanut butter, honey, instant oats, vanilla extract, raisins, and cocoa. Mix this mixture well. 
  2. Add some milk in to add some moisture (totally optional) 
  3. Have it sit in the fridge for 15-20 minutes 
  4. Take it out and roll into whatever size doughettes you’d like. 
  5. Enjoy these as a study snack or breakfast on the go! 


everything is mixed together except for the cocoa powder!


All done!


Here is a close up of a doughette

Until my next blog post, 

-AZ 😊