This salad makes the most of Winters seasonal fruit and vegetables – sprouts, kale, carrots and clementines, and will help you get some much needed nutrients in at this busy time of the year….
Who doesn’t love a fruit crumble on a dark winters evening? The recipe for our Seasonal Fruit Crumble is delicious and oh-so easy to make, it’s so moreish you won’t be able to stop eating until the bowl is clean!
Our Chocolate Coconut Bounty Bites are indulgent, light and creamy. They make a delicious mini dessert or a sweet treat post-lunch.
They are so easy to make and are dairy free, gluten free and vegan friendly!
- 2 cups of desiccated coconut
- 1 cup of coconut milk
- 3 tbsp coconut oil
- 4 tbsp maple syrup
- Pinch of Himalayan salt
- 6 tbsp of coconut oil
- ½ cup of good quality cacao powder
- 2 tbsp maple syrup
- For the filling, gently heat the coconut oil in a small pan.
- Once melted, add in the rest of the filling ingredients and stir gently until mixed.
- Turn off the heat.
- Wait for the mixture to cool, and with your hands, roll into small balls (depending how large you would like them).
- Firm the balls in the fridge for 30 mins.
- For the coating, gently heat the coconut oil in a small pan.
- When melted, stir in the maple syrup and cacao powder until glossy.
- Remove from the heat, and gently dip your balls of coconut in the mixture (the chocolate mixture should start to dry straight away).
- Return to the chiller for a further 15 mins, then enjoy!
As September is drawing to an end and October is looming, we are on the hunt for filling, warming and tasty food. You will find our little chickpea curry is big on flavour, but still delivers a satisfying eat.
This wonderfully light curry is healthy, cheap and very filling as it’s packed full of protein to keep you feeling fuller for longer.
Warm, hearty and comforting foods aren’t just for Winter, but as the months are nearing Summer, we are drawn to lighter and healthier foods. Our Lentil Bake is the perfect for the seasonal transition – it’s filling, but packed full of nutritional veggies.
Risotto is the perfect dish if you’re craving carbs and more carbs. Although we’ve made a slightly healthier version using no cheese or butter, that’s also suitable for vegans. We’ve used wild mushrooms gives a lovely meaty texture and nutty taste, and the thyme adds an aromatic flavour….
Making your own baked beans for brunch is definitely worthwhile – it’s so easy, quick and they taste so much better than pre-made tinned baked beans! We put our beans on a slice of sourdough toast, but they would be delicious alongside an avocado and poached egg too….
Raw. Key. Lime. Choc. Pies. Need we say anymore?!
You may find yourself stuck indoors due to poor weather, but just for a moment why not allow yourself to be transported to sunnier climates with our refreshing raw key lime & chocolate pies. With the taste of zingy limes and subtle hint of coconut, this dessert is destined to get you in the mood for Summer.
Rice crispy treats are a childhood classic – they’ve been on our list of foods to healthify for a good while! Our recipe is sweet, (but not overly so), crispy, chewy and so delicious. They are so easy and quick to make….