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Espresso Chocolate Tart

Espresso Chocolate Tart

This tart is filled with all the rich chocolatey and coffee flavours you want in an espresso tart, but with a lovely light mousse-like texture that makes it feel a little less indulgent, due to the use of avocado. If you haven’t made an avocado based dessert before, you will be shocked at how well they work as the main body of a tart, ice cream or mousse. 

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Winter Spice Buttercup Cake with Coconut Cream Frosting

Winter Spice Buttercup Cake with Coconut Cream Frosting

A flavourful cake full of nutritious goodness - packed with vitamins and minerals and loaded with healthy fats. This cake can be shared with friends and family, or eaten by one. You can also cut and freeze leftovers and save them for a night in of Netflix.
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Sushi Bowl

Sushi Bowl

I love throwing together a bright bowl of veges, protein and healthy fats for a quick and simple lunch. I’ll often have a few bits and pieces prepped in the fridge, such as some tempeh and quinoa, then chuck in whatever veges I’ve got lying around. I’ve suggested a set of vegetables in the recipe here, but feel free to mix it up with whatever you’ve got in the kitchen...

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Socca Flatbreads with Caramelised Onions, Brussels Sprouts & Hummus

Socca Flatbreads with Caramelised Onions, Brussels Sprouts & Hummus

Socca flatbreads are a traditionally flat bread served in Nice, France. They are naturally gluten-free and packed with protein, plus they are really easy to make. 

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Nourishing Asian Broth

Nourishing Asian Broth

Broths are such healing food. They’re light and easy to digest; you can make them with all sorts of vegetables but my favourite ones use a base of mushrooms and sea vegetables. Both of these ingredients have wonderful healing properties that boost the immune system and offer a deep savoury/umami flavour.

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Baked Vege Chips with Rosemary and Aquafaba Aioli

Baked Vege Chips with Rosemary and Aquafaba Aioli

These vege chips are delicious fresh from the oven, you can toss them through a salad for a crispy texture or as a replacement for corn chips in a Mexican meal, but mostly they are eaten on their own with homemade aioli.

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Matcha & Alkalising Greens Smoothie

Matcha & Alkalising Greens Smoothie


This is the perfect green smoothie. Drink one mid-morning or as an afternoon pick me up; it’s incredibly refreshing with the mint and cucumber, and nourishing with good fats from avocado and coconut which leave you satiated. The matcha will give you a little boost of energy and mental clarity.

 

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Overnight Gluten-free Oats with Macerated Apricots & Coconut Yoghurt

Overnight Gluten-free Oats with Macerated Apricots & Coconut Yoghurt

If you’re not big on breakfast but have a sweet tooth in the evenings, this is a great recipe to try for a healthy, low-sugar dessert. Soaking them with coconut makes them incredibly creamy.
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Salted Caramel Chocolate Cups

Salted Caramel Chocolate Cups

These incredible looking chocolates are made from wholefoods so they don’t contain any highly refined sugar or other questionable ingredients. You can feel good about sitting down to one in the evening, and because they are so rich and decadent you will be satisfied with just one!

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Mexican Iceberg Tacos with Walnut Chilli

Mexican Iceberg Tacos with Walnut Chilli

Fresh Mexican food is a great way of getting more wholefoods into your week, the delicious smokiness of chipotle chilli and bright bold Mexican flavours make anything taste great, from tacos, wraps salads and sandwiches. 

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Blackcurrant Coconut Ice Blocks

Blackcurrant Coconut Ice Blocks

I made these ice blocks using antioxidant- and omega 3-rich blackcurrants which have a slightly tart flavour, lending itself to more of a grown-up flavoured pop. That said, my 2-year-old loves them!

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Basic Coconut Yoghurt

Basic Coconut Yoghurt

Most commercial coconut yoghurt available is made from the same coconut cream that you buy in a tin! This can never be called a raw yoghurt as the coconut is pasteurized. The tins are also lined with thin plastics which can leach into your food along with metals from the tin itself. 

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