A super quick vitamin boosting berry energy smoothie, so simple with our organic energy blend packed with energy boosting ingredients!
These simple delicious balls are a nice change from using dates as a base. Ginger is optional but offers a lovely complimentary flavour. Keep in the fridge for a quick snack when hunger strikes!
I used a small grated apple for added texture and the lighten up the oats, but for sweetness only you could use 2 tsp freeze dried apple powder. The perfect way to brighten up those cold January mornings!
This works with just adding boiling water, but if you want a super thick and creamy mug-full (you could microwave this for a further minute once all mixed up in the mug. The added addition of beetroot gives this porridge an exciting twist!
These bars took inspiration from the raw balls…. So I made the same mix again and added extra seeds plus some medjool dates and then baked them!
“Makes squares, balls or bars. You could also press in different topping ingredients such as cacao nibs or mulberry crumble before chilling and slicing” Makes approximately 5 bars Ingredients: 1⁄2 cup cashew or almond paste 1⁄2 cup milk 1⁄4 cup coconut syrup Few drops mint peppermint extract 1⁄2 cup rice protein powder 1⁄2 cup oats– […]
A warming snack to hit the spot in 1 minute flat! The apple powder adds such great flavour and sweetness.
An extremely quick and simple raw treat… a healthy ‘ferrero rocher’ vibe if you like! You could also make these plain without the frosting if preferred and just press the cacao into the base.
A festive spin on the classic American peanut butter cups…. and you could even top them with fruits, nuts or crispy toppings if you fancied taking them up another notch.
A delightful gluten free chocolate cake recipe. Our single origin Ecuadorian Arriba chocolate drops and coconut sugar are used for the chocolate cake and our new Gianduja Hazelnut Chocolate drops for the mousse. The Gianduja makes excellent mousse with it’s smooth creamy mix of cocoa and hazelnut paste.
All the classic Christmas flavours in a creamy but healthy Christmas drink…add a little rum if you fancy. Use a greener banana for a more subtle taste!
My favourite part of these cookies is Rudolph’s red nose! I used a macadamia nut coated in beetroot juice, though a plump cranberry or goji berry will also do the trick!