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  • A new favourite recipe of mine, I am delighted to have found an alternative to the chocolate rice crackles that appear on children’s party tables. The texture of these quinoa-based crackles is divine with the shredded coconut offering a nice ch...

  • Crepes are a dessert favourite and when they're this healthy, they should be a lunchbox favourite too. Play with the fillings and have some fun. These are especially great with peanut butter and coconut chips.

  • The simple things in life are often the best. Made with just two ingredients, these cookies are a perfect balance of good fats and natural sugars. Combined, the result is something incredibly delicious.

  • This is a super simple and delicious chocolatey treat that takes no time at all. By using a premixed pack of Chocolate Buckinis, we’ve done the hard work for you! Just add Coconut Paste and Cacao Butter and let set in the fridge! These are the ...

  • This is one my favourite things to have for breakfast and if I'm telling the truth, I sometimes have this as a cheeky afternoon snack too. Cacao takes centre place, offering you a really hearty (yet healthy) chocolatey punch. The sweet acidity ...

  • Hot Cross Scones are the best of both worlds; hot cross buns and scones. There’s nothing like waking up to home baked goods on Easter morning (or any morning in fact!).

  • A beautiful recipe for a sunny spring day! Use your Young Thai Coconut Yogurt recipe that we covered during our staple month with this one!

  • This is one of my favourite recipes and can be easily tailored to your family. There is no chilli in this recipe, to suit delicate mouths, but you can easily add some if you want a hotter dahl.

  • One of my very favourites... coconut yoghurt. As you'll remember the Infused Natural Sweeteners from last week, well this is the perfect time to use the different batches that you've made to sweeten up this beautiful yoghurt recipe! If you've n...

  • A raw vegan breakfast which is incredibly luxurious yet really healthy and vibrant. Try this for a fun, active morning to chase away the Autumn chills which are beginning to creep up on us here in Melbourne...the world's most changeable city!

  • This creamy and perfectly sweet chia seed pudding is so full of goodness it can be eaten for breakfast, a light snack or as a silky sweet dessert. As it has a base of coconut milk, and is naturally sweetened with a touch of honey, it is free fr...

  • This breakfast will leave you full and energized, never bloated, and keep you powering through the morning. It's the perfect combination of plant-powered protein, slow-release wholegrain carbohydrates, and essential fats, that will make your tu...

  • We are never short of blown away by Kat and the amazing creations she takes along to some of our Sydney retailers. Her recent recipe is no different. Here she combines dried fruits and nuts with superfoods and native wattle seeds to create a gl...

  • If, like me, you find yourself scavenging for a sugar-fuelled pick-me-up at around 3.30 every afternoon, give this recipe a go. I would go so far as to say they are as good, if not better, than the original Coconut Rough and the guilt-free fact...

  • The words ‘Chocolate Chip Cookies’ make me melt! I think most of us would have devoured a few in our time so I wanted to make a vegan + gluten free version of the cookies I have such fond memories of! Big chunks of the Creamy Coconut Mylk Choco...

  • Parsnips have a slightly nutty and sweet flavour and is a vegetable that is often forgotten about. Most of the flavour is right beneath the skin so make sure you buy organic and give them a good scrub before using. Carrot cake has really stood ...

  • The frozen banana stand on the TV show ’Arrested Development’ gave me the idea to make these quick and delicious frozen desserts! The Caramel and Creamy Coconut Chocolate freezes so you hear a crunch as you bite into them & the extra toppin...

  • These little morsels of heaven are summer in a bite! They taste of deliciously sweet mango and coconut with a touch of tangy lime and passion fruit. They allow you to savor that insanely good mango taste and are perfect as a light and nourishin...

  • Pestos & dips are my favourite way to use up leftover greens and veggies that are past their best and are hiding in the back of the fridge! They are such a yummy addition to any picnic or barbeque and can be frozen and added to stews or def...

  • The flavours of this Dahl are honest and simple. There isn’t much fuss or flare, yet it seems to satisfy all that eat it. Enjoy as is, or add some of your favourite vegetables, fresh spinach and garden peas would work wonderfully. I served this...

  • I love bowl food in Winter, there's something very comforting about a steaming hot bowl after a long and cold day! This is the kind of meal I whip up mid week when I don't have much time to cook and I need a nourishing meal to warm up with. The...

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