Golden “Shae” times: Clean Eating Caramel Ice cream, sugar free with dairy free option

My take is the Aussie classic is quick, easy, and delicious. I’ve ditched the vanilla layer cos vanilla is boring and made a more traditional toffee flavor using a banana. I have also made a more tropical version with mango (pictured) for a summer flavor feel! FYI coconut butter can be used to make the MOST delicious caramel taste you could imagine, and it’s much lower in carbs than caramel using sugar filled dates!

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Marshmallow Popcorn Bars: Sugar and Gluten Free Kid Holiday Treats

Marshmallow popcorn bars are a super cute and easy recipe for kids or big kids (like me)! I’ve experimented to make a version using all natural ingredients without refined sugar or gluten.

Disclaimer, I was a little naughty and added crispy m&ms into the mix…all about moderation 😉 Continue reading “Marshmallow Popcorn Bars: Sugar and Gluten Free Kid Holiday Treats”

Raw Peanut Butter Chocolates topped with Salted Carmel Peanuts: Gluten and Refined Sugar free (low carb and vegan options)

Peanut butter and chocolate, do I need to sell this?! A delicious treat filled with healthy ingredients and no processed nasties. For these I used Macro Mikes Pb+ to make the peanut butter (you can use normal PB but I recommend you give this a try!) Aussie owned, this PB Powder is filled with plant protein and all natural ingredients, support aussies!! It’s also delicious 😍 Continue reading “Raw Peanut Butter Chocolates topped with Salted Carmel Peanuts: Gluten and Refined Sugar free (low carb and vegan options)”

Healthy Chocolate Quinoa Crackles: Cos kids shouldn’t have all the fun! (Gluten, Sugar Free and Vegan Option)

Throw back Thursday to a childhood party fav, chocolate crackles! This healthier version takes under 5 minutes and is only 3 ingredients! Quinoa is rich in protein, containing all nine essential amino acids. It’s full of fibre, iron and magnesium so these treats are really nutritious 😊 Continue reading “Healthy Chocolate Quinoa Crackles: Cos kids shouldn’t have all the fun! (Gluten, Sugar Free and Vegan Option)”

Raw Salted Caramel Sunshine Slice: Sugar and Gluten Free, Allergy Friendly, Nut Free and Date Free) Paleo/Vegan

Get some sunshine in your tummy with this allergy friendly nutrient dense caramel slice! Some poor people can’t eat nuts, cue sunflower seed butter. As the name suggests, it’s made of ground sunflower seeds, which are high in my three favourite nutrients, protein, vitamin E and magnesium 🎉 Vitamin E is great for skin health (an anti aging antioxidant) and immunity. Magnesium is known for increasing energy levels and improving muscle recovery and quality sleep! Continue reading “Raw Salted Caramel Sunshine Slice: Sugar and Gluten Free, Allergy Friendly, Nut Free and Date Free) Paleo/Vegan”

Raw Hedgehog Slice: The No Bake Sugar and Gluten Free Version (tastes better than the classic!) Paleo/Vegan

Inspired to recreate a healthy clean eating version of my favourite growing to, Mummas hedgehog slice! No bake slices are so easy and great to have on hand to serve up to guests! I’ve used quinoa, the high fibre and high quality protein superfood to make you glow inside out 💚 Continue reading “Raw Hedgehog Slice: The No Bake Sugar and Gluten Free Version (tastes better than the classic!) Paleo/Vegan”

Chocolate Orange Protein Brownies with Salted Caramel Sauce: Flourless, Sugar and Gluten Free (Lower Carb with Vegan/Paleo Options)

These are divine! A high protein, low carb treat filled with potassium, Vitamin B6, Vitamin E and magnesium! Topped with my delicious low carb caramel and dark chocolate, these taste so naughty while being super nice for your bod!

  • 1/2 cup (2 scoops) chocolate protein powder (I use Pro-Matrix Wicked WPI
  • 1/2 cup natural almond or cashew butter
  • 3tbsp cacao or cocoa powder
  • 1-2tbsp natural granulated sweetener (I use natvia or norbu)
  • 2tbsp Orange juice (from freshly squeezed orange)
  • 3 ripe bananas

1. Preheat oven to 180C

2. Mash bananas up in a bowl

3. Add remaining ingredients and stir gently until well combined

4. Alternatively you can whiz all ingredients together in a blender

5. Pour into a lined baking tray and bake for around 20 minutes

6. Leave out to cool then top with caramel sauce and dark chocolate

Low Carb Caramel Sauce

1/3 cup natural cashew butter (you can use peanut butter but you must like peanut butter as flavour overtakes!)

  • 1/3 cup coconut butter
  • 1tsp vanilla extract
  • 1tbsp natural granulated sweetener (you can also use honey/maple syrup)
  • Pinch of sea salt

1. In a saucepan over medium heat continuously stir all ingredients together

2. When it starts to boil, continuously whisk for about a minute, it will start to thicken up

3. Let cool for 5 minutes then pour on top of brownies (it will continue to thicken)

Optional- top with a good quality dark chocolate (be wary of sugar content, I like Pumpy Jackson and Well Naturally no sugar added!)