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Recipe: Baked Banana Split with Salted Chocolate Sauce

Here is a really simple recipe which I’m sure you’ll love: Baked Banana Split with Salted Chocolate Sauce! It’s a really easy and delicious treat. Here’s the recipe: Baked Banana Split with Salted Chocolate Sauce Serves 1-2 Ingredients: 1 ripe banana 1 teaspoon of butter 1 teaspoon of desiccated coconut For the salted chocolate sauce: […]

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India, Ebook, Updates & A Recipe for Chai

Hi Health Food Lovers, This is a bit of a mixed-bag of a post, but here goes! Here are some updates, a recipe and some information on my upcoming Ebook which I’m very excited to tell you about. I’m now a qualified Naturopath! After studying for quite a few years, I’ve now completed my Bachelor of Health […]

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Recipe: Dairy-Free Coconut Milk Custard

You guys asked for it, so here is my recipe for Coconut Milk Custard! Custard is one of my favourite desserts and it’s really so easy to make. The great thing about this version of custard, is that it is suitable for those who are sensitive to dairy milk/choose not to consume milk and coconut-lovers […]

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Recipe: Creamy Broth-Cooked ‘Baked’ Beans

Here is a another bean-y recipe which I hope you’ll enjoy! This recipe has options in the recipe to adapt it for those who follow a vegan and vegetarian diet (see the  ‘v’ next to the ingredients). It is also gluten-free. This is my delicious version of baked beans.   Recipe: Creamy Broth-Cooked ‘Baked’ Beans […]

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Recipe: Healthier Homemade Tim Tams (Made with Real Food Ingredients)

Healthier Homemade Tim Tams! I don’t think these need much of an introduction…but I think the image below explains all you need to know! Shall we move onto the recipe? So there are three parts to these delicious, decadent biscuits: the chocolate, almond and date biscuits layer: which are gluten-free (and can they be made […]

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Recipe: Cinnamon, Rosewater and Vanilla Coconut Cookies (Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Vegetarian-Friendly, Paleo-Friendly)

I love coconut! And I know many of you do too, so here is a delicious treaty coconut cookie recipe for you, my dear Health Food Lovers! This recipe is dairy-free, gluten-free, and paleo-friendly. You can find coconut (it’s botanical name is Cocos nucifera) in a few forms: some you may be aware of, others may […]

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How To Make Fish Head Broth + A Recipe For Fish Head, Seaweed & Coconut Soup

Hi Health Food Lovers! In this post I’m going to show you how to turn this (I know- it looks scary, but have no fear!)…: ….into something delicious, nourishing and tasty! First step is to get some fish heads + frames. I got 3 salmon fish heads + frames from the Queen Vic Market for […]

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Recipe: Buckwheat Pancakes with Organic Apricots, Crushed Brazil Nuts & Chia Seeds (KEITH)

By request from Keith (like his page if you are a fan of breakdancing/general awesomeness), here is my recipe for yet another version of buckwheat pancakes! Other buckwheat pancakes I’ve posted: fermented buckwheat pancakes,  caramel buckwheat pancakes & green spinach pancakes. Recipe: Buckwheat Pancakes with Organic Apricots, Crushed Brazil Nuts & Chia Seeds Makes about: 8 or so […]

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Recipe: Feijoa and Apple Crumble (With Oat-Free & Vegan Variations)

Here is something I made with the delicious feijoas from my backyard tree! If you have some feijoas that you don’t know what to do with, perhaps give this recipe a go! Recipe: Feijoa and Apple Crumble Makes: 2 or 3 small serves. Ingredients: 3 small apples 5 fejioas 2 tbsp. sultanas 1/2 orange, juiced […]

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Recipe: Veggie-Rich Lentil Soup with Sheep’s Milk Yoghurt & Fresh Herbs

Here is a delicious, warming soup recipe which I hope you will love as much as I did! I’ve used sheep’s milk yoghurt in this recipe (as a garnish), but you’re welcome to use any other yoghurt you like instead. To make the yoghurt a bit more probiotic, you could mix in a bit of […]

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