Failed truffles become so much better! My Ganache was too runny so I improvised….Raw, pretty and green, share the love with this indulgent dessert which is vegan, refined sugar and carb free, gluten free, paleo and utterly delicious! Packed with antioxidants contained in matcha green tea said to reduce stress and boost metabolism! Continue reading “Raw Matcha Chocolate Tarts: Clean Eating Dessert 💚”
One of my favourite grab n go breakfast recipes full of protein, easy to batch bake and totally yummy! The base recipe can be adapted to add whatever protein, veggies, herbs and spices or cheese you desire! Easy to grab them when you are on the run. I batch bake them, freeze and then eat them at home warmed in microwave and topped with avocado and pepper.
Delicious chocolate red velvet cupcakes that are secretly healthy?! Full of protein, omega 3’s, vitamin C and antioxidants, these sweet treats make your tummy happy and give your skin that healthy glow! My whole family had no idea they were the traditional sugar filled treats 😉
Low in refined carbs, sugar free, gluten free, healthy fats and paleo
Why have a boring protein shake when you can have chocolate peanut butter filled moist muffins! They are completely flourless but super fluffy, magic! Prep these as quick grab snacks to smash your fitness PBs!
Cals: 182, Protein: 13.5, Net Carbs: 13.6 (fibre: 9.7, sugar: 3.9) Fat: 12
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!
Think it’s a healthy choice to purchase that $5 protein ball from the cafe/health store? Sorry you just paid for an overpriced clump of sugar..shoulda got the cake 🙊Take a look at the nutritional panel on those expensive protein balls at the supermarket…16-17g of sugar per serve 🙀 just because it’s in the health isle doesn’t mean it’s healthy, always check ingredients list and sugar content! Even if they are natural food ones they’re usually filled with dried fruit which does contain a lot of sugar, albeit natural. Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for dried fruit in moderation, but it’s not really good for you to have such a large amount (cue those huge health food store balls) right before a workout or as an arvo pick me up! Protein balls are super cheap to make and easy! Continue reading “Brownie Batter Protein Balls: Clean, Low Carb and Sugar Free Version of Ridiculously Overpriced Store Ones (pssst they’re usually loaded with sugar too!)”
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”