Sometimes we fancy a little mid-morning or mid-afternoon chocolate treat, but commercial sweets are loaded with refined sugar and lack anything even remotely resembling a nutrient.
Healthy green smoothie recipes that aren’t loaded with sugar and still taste delicious are few and far between.
This coconut bark recipe is from Lee Holmes Supercharged Food cookbook, ‘Eat Right For Your Shape’. The book contains deliciously healthy Ayurvedic recipes for a brand new you.
Sorbet is one on my favourite summertime treats. While lemon sorbet cleanses the palate and aids digestion, the humble lemon is also packed with vitamins, minerals and nutrients. It can help to repair the skin, assist to balance the body’s pH levels and act as an appetite suppressant.
If you’ve been finding yourself heading to the biscuit jar at 3pm as of late, you may want to consider making these healthy coconut cookies on standby for your afternoon treat instead… Enjoy!
Want a healthy cherry ripe slice recipe? Forget the traditional Australian cherry ripe chocolate slice, or coconut cherry slice dessert recipes that you enjoyed as a kid. This cherry ripe bark is better – honest.
This vegan gluten-free ice cream sandwich recipe still packs a punch of flavour and nutrients, by way of yummy almonds, dates, cacao, banana and coconut cream – so not too many ingredients and no baking required (but 100% delish).
This raw vegan pumpkin cheesecake recipe has been shared with us by Dietitian & Nutritionist, Rebecca Gawthorne (otherwise known as @nourish_naturally). Rebecca scored a spot on our list of Top 50 Instagram accounts to follow for healthy food inspiration a while back!).
Instagram sensation @nourishingnicola recently took out a spot on our list of Top 50 Instagram Accounts to Follow for Healthy Food Inspiration (needless to say, she’s awesome!). Here she reveals the recipe to her most favourite raw vegan treat – the chocolate mint slice. YUM!
This beautiful recipe is the creation of Holistic Nutritionist and Food Photographer, Elli Dragoi.