This weekend, I knew I wanted to do some baking. The problem was, I was totally inundated with recipes – Pinterest, Instagram, Facebook, Yummly, bookmarked recipes, cook books, scraps of paper recipes taken from god knows where – I just had no idea where to start. So I thought muffins, yes that will be easy, I’ll find a quick and easy healthy-ish muffin recipe that I can use again and again with different ingredients.
This recipe makes the simplest, yummiest breakfast packed full of all the good stuff. Make this mix your own, add anything from your pantry; if you aren’t a fan of pecans or walnuts leave them out; if goji berries are too expensive, replace with cranberries, or anything your heart desires.
The temperature is getting warmer, and so are the cravings for refreshing food and drink. Lemons and limes are always a warm weather favourite, and combined with coconut, make a really fruity tropical mix. This slice is really easy to make, and uses the same raw base that I have used for most of my raw treats, so it gets easier and easier very time 🙂 Hope you enjoy!
These little cheesecakes are soooo sweet and easy to make. Hopefully you will love the scrumptious base, soft filling, chocolate topping, and zesty berry topping as much as my family did! I love the idea of taking a popular kiwi favourite and mixing it with a healthy raw cheesecake base and a lighter cream cheese filling. Have fun making and eating this one 🙂
Sometimes you just need chocolate. But a standard chocolate bar won’t cut it this time! This choc-mint cheesecake will fill that longing for something sinfully sweet, while also stopping that guilty feeling associated with scarfing down something bad.
There are so so so so so many recipes out there for bliss balls, but sometimes these recipes have all sorts of fancy ingredients in them and can be seriously time-consuming to make! So this blissful bliss ball recipe is a stripped back, super simple and easy blend of raw ingredients and quick to follow instructions. Enjoy!