Skip to content

Category: Recipes

Salted & Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies 

The perfect mum snack! Dairy free, fructose free (except for the Choc chips), gluten free, crap free. Essential for the busy mum, toddler and chocoholic. They are so much better than store bought junk! These are wholesome and natural and nutritious. There’s no way you will ever catch me feeding my kids packets of well, anything really! ✌️👊     Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups almond meal 1 cup almond butter  1/2 cup rice malt syrup  1-2 pinches stevia leaf powder  1/2 teaspoon Celtic salt  1 tablespoon cacao or cocoa powder  1-2… Read more Salted & Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies 

White Chocolate Strawberry Smoothie Bowl and Raw Chocolate Grawnola

I’ve always believed you create the best recipes when there is nothing much in the cupboard! It was so warm and humid today and I couldn’t decide what I wanted for lunch while I was at the supermarket so I bought nothing and went home and created this! It was so good! I think I will be having it for breakfast every day until winter. Ingredients For Raw Chocolate (gluten free) Granola: 1 cup Shredded coconut flakes 2 cups Melted Coconut oil 1/2 cup Cranberries without sugar or any other… Read more White Chocolate Strawberry Smoothie Bowl and Raw Chocolate Grawnola

SuperFood Ice – Cream for Breakfast

I was hesitant to post again because I recently found out that approximately half of my posts have been permanently deleted which included all the posts from 2014!! But when life gives you lemons, make banana ice cream……? Also my thermo-cook super duper Aldi brand Thermomix recently broke down, for the third time… Actually this is replacement number 3 so from now I am going to give Aldi brand electrical appliances the boot. Anyway I am actually using my magimix food processor to blend the frozen bananas, which is working… Read more SuperFood Ice – Cream for Breakfast

Raspberry & Coconut Icy Pops Recipe and Cravings

I decided to make these one morning after running out of fresh fruit, normally I must eat a piece of fruit as soon as I get out of bed to avoid low blood sugars and morning sickness. The weather is warming and an ice block before breakfast is just what the baby needs! It is a very simple recipe, the hardest part is waiting for them to freeze. This will take approximately 4-6 hours. I make them after dinner and freeze overnight. We lick the bowls and spoons and sometimes… Read more Raspberry & Coconut Icy Pops Recipe and Cravings