I have fond memories of my mum making the most deliciously moist chocolate pudding, which she would cover with a chocolate water based sauce and then bake in the oven. It was so easy that I would often sit on the bench and help her measure, pour and stir. I just loved helping to pour the chocolate sauce onto the pudding too….
This apple and date loaf is so delicious and so easy. It uses many ingredients which you might have kicking around in the pantry- all of which many of my recipes call for, so if you haven’t used buckwheat flour before you will find leftover flour can be used for this recipes, this one and this one.
This granola is heavenly! It is so delicious and I just love a few tablespoons with nut butter and berries after dinner or as a snack, when I’m craving something a little sweet. I love making a big batch and storing it in an airtight jar in the cupboard. Delicious!…
These banana pancakes are so so easy, quick and utterly delicious. They are perfect for a weekend breakfast or brunch when you want something tasty in a flash (because you have the weekend to enjoy- sun, surf, movin’ that body of yours!).
I enjoy these with a few slices of chopped up banana and blueberries- although they would be delicious with:
// Maple syrup/ rice malt syrup and banana slices
// Caramel sauce and raspberries
// Strawberry ‘jam’ with toasted coconut flakes
Sadly I haven’t had the time to recreate some hot cross buns. Though they are some of my favourite things to eat (any time of the year!), I haven’t had one since I started my clean eating life (and I have no idea why!). Note to self: Better get making some of these delicious creations below!
Today I want to give you a round up of 3 amazing recipes for hot cross buns that I have salivated over recently. Literally salivated over. These ladies all have very inspiring blogs so please check them out too (if you get in touch with them let them know I lovingly sent you over!). *Gratitude*.
Get ready to bounce into the kitchen because these will have you craving these buns of goodness without a doubt!…
There was a time (sadly) when I thought that wholegrain oats were the devil. Fat inducing devil type food. Even though I knew they satiated me perfectly, that must mean that they were fattening.
Goodness. Gracious. Me.
With that type of thinking you’re bound to head to the dumps-ville (and quickly).
Food rigidity is (fast) becoming the hot topic on the radar for wellness blogger, nutritionists, coaches and anyone else in the wellness sphere (thankfully). Having been there honey, I can say that deciding to empower yourself first and foremost is the key to transforming your body….
This recipe had to be cleaned up. It’s such a favourite amongst school lunch boxes, office ‘bring a plate’ occasions and an afternoon tea. I’m yet to meet someone who doesn’t enjoy a piece of banana bread!
This recipe is nut free- so it is perfect for school lunch boxes and for a treat at kids parties or any other occasion. It’s relatively low in sugar but there is a little coconut sugar to sweeten the bread, so this should be seen as an occasional snack or treat.
You could always replace the coconut sugar with rice malt syrup (equal amounts). If you do this make sure you use really ripe bananas to add a little more sweetness to the bread. I have already kept the coconut sugar as low as I could to still make the bread deliciously sweet.
I hope you love this as much as my partner and I do. It works so well as an easy Sunday brunch as well as it does a sweet treat.
These muffins are incredibly delicious. So so delicious and you will prepare them in around 5 minutes. A very fast and simple chocolate fix. These would be perfect with some of your favourite chocolate crushed and stirred through the batter, or with some raspberries added. I’m thinking of making another batch with a few spoonfuls of date caramel added in the middle (imagine that- chocolate caramel muffins that are healthy!).
To make these lunch box safe just simply replace the almond meal with extra buckwheat flour. You can omit the nut butter from the chocolate glaze too. Rice malt syrup can replace the coconut sugar for anyone concerned about fructose, but just keep in mind that they wont be nearly as sweet.
These muffins are a great way to encourage children to enjoy healthy, chocolately food without being sugar ladden!
The great thing about chia puddings is that they are:
Fast- easy to prepare- require hardly any ingredients- are cheap- easy for toddlers to eat- full of great vitamins and nutrients- are filling- easy to transport- easy to prepare the night before for a fast breakfast (great for busy parents and professionals).…
This slice is luscious! Completely and deliciously luscious! I made it on the spur of the moment when I was craving something with caramel, yet I didn’t have a ton of dates to use. The dates give this a very subtle caramel taste which is oh- so- delicious.
This slice lasts in the freezer for a good month and in fact the caramel just gets better and better. I doubt it will last that long though! Cut it into small pieces and enjoy a little piece here and there. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do!…