Healthy mixed fruit crumble with vanilla cashew cream

fruit crumble

Healthy fruit crumble with a dairy free cream made from cashews.

Loaded with nutrition from whole foods such as fruit, oats, coconut, chia seeds and nuts this fruit crumble is healthy enough to eat for breakfast! Continue reading

Healthier chewy chocolate fudge

choc fudge

Healthy chocolate fudge.

This must be one of my favorite chocolate fudge recipes so far, it’s smooth, rich and chewy, it’s dairy-free and refined sugar-free made with healthy whole food ingredients without compromising on taste! Continue reading

Chocolate & cherry black bean pudding

cherry choc pudding

Chocolate pudding doesn’t have to be unhealthy you just have to make it yourself!

Black beans and sweet potatoe make up the bulk of this desert which makes it filling and loaded with nutrition because the ingredients are proper foods! High in antioxidants this chocolate pudding is perfect for the health conscious, sweet toothed dieters and for sneaking healthy food into kids or picky eaters. Continue reading

Soft and squidgy sweet potatoe chocolate fudge

sweet potatoe fudge

Healthy chocolate fudge made with sweet potatoe.

Sweet potatoe is loaded with health benefits but I tend to find it a bit too sweet in savoury dishes so making use of its taste and textures makes it perfect for chocolate treats like this. Continue reading

vanilla overnight oats

overnight oats

Overnight oats are a quick and nutritious breakfast option that are easily made the night before.

This dairy free healthy overnight oat recipe is one of my favourites especially in summer when I’m working long days and need a breakfast that’s conveniently ready made. It’s so simple, healthy and filling, just layer into a jar, pop the lid on and off you go! Continue reading

Healthy apple crumble

apple crumble

This granola style topping makes a much more healthier apple crumble.

Traditional deserts are usually made with unhealthy ingredients containing lots of fat (usually in the form of dairy or margarine – which is even worse as it’s hydrogenated) and refined white sugar which is not only bad for our bodies but also accelerates ageing and can be the root cause to some common skin problems. But if you have a sweet tooth you don’t have to go without the sweet treats in life because you can make all of these unhealthy favourites into healthy nutritious deserts that are actually good for you!  Continue reading

Blueberry and nut baked porridge

blueberry baked porridge

Baked porridge makes a quick and healthy breakfast option.

This is one of my favourite breakfasts because once it’s made there is enough to keep in the fridge for the week making it a quick and healthy breakfast which just needs a little reheating. Porridge is also a great medium for adding lots of healthy ingredient to such as frozen fruits, nuts and seeds. Continue reading

Raw date and nut chocolate blocks

date and nut raw chocolate

Raw date and nut chocolate blocks.

This healthy raw date and nut chocolate not only taste great but is quick and easy to make, I use raw cacao powder and butter as opposed to cocoa (the heat processed version) as it still contains the high level of flavonols and antioxidants found in the raw cacao bean. Continue reading

Healthy triple layered chocolate slice

triple layered slice

You CAN have your cake and eat it without compromising on taste!

This no cook triple layered chocolate slice is packed full of healthy whole foods and taste every bit as good (if not better) than a ‘normal’ chocolate treat. Continue reading