This is our Christmas showstopper! A light and creamy coconut cheesecake, with a tart raspberry centre and a crunchy choc buckini base. It is the perfect cake to bring to the table this festive season. It can be made well in advance and stored in the freezer. When ready to serve, just defrost and decorate.
This is what I make on the weekends that I don’t feel like pancakes. It’s feels decadent and meant for a slow Sunday morning. The Paleo Mix is the perfect addition for some crunch and a delicious way to get your daily dose of healthy fats and protein. I love chewing my smoothie to help digestion so get out a spoon and start scooping.
The inspiration for this came from the warmer days and thinking about ice cream. Neapolitan reminds me of summer and how there would always be that family member that ate all the chocolate. Now we have a delicious healthy version to have ice cream cake without the nasty additives!
The strawberry layer cuts through the creaminess of the vanilla and chocolate layers. The addition of the Paleo Mix gives an amazing texture and extra nutrients. I plan on always having some over this cake in my freezer so I can sit out in the sun and unleash my inner child. Plus, how good would this be for healthy ice cream cake for a child’s birthday party?!
These are tarts that you need in your life. Loving Earth nailed the combination of mandarin and chocolate but I thought I’d take it to the next level. The flavours of the sweet refreshing mandarin and earthy, rich cacao are a match made in heaven. The Buckinis and Paleo Mix add a beautiful crunch and the silky smooth chocolate on top is irresistible. These are my go to for dinner parties as they have that wow factor to impress guests.
This slice is best of both worlds. We love choc chip cookies but this slice is next level! Dark and Caramel chocolate plus smoothness and crunch. Delicious and yet still healthy.
I love curling up on the couch with a tea, magazine and a piece of this. Also, it’s a great way to use that almond pulp from making almond milk; I hate wastage so this is a brilliant and yummy way to use it!
Pure heaven in a mouthful. This combination of flavours, just wow.
Caramelising the bananas first adds a great depth of flavour, the passionfruit adds a beautiful tang to the rich, creamy mixture. And just when you’re getting sad that the popsicle is nearly over you get to the best bit! Salted Caramel Chocolate with crunchy activated Buckinis!
Plus, they are oh so pretty. Serve these on a hot day as a dessert or to kids when they get home from school.
We ran a competition called Nuts About Nuts and Olivia's entry had our mouths watering! The perfect way to kick off spring - a super easy vegan ice cream recipe!
The best part is that the recipe is completely customisable — you can even blend Loving Earth Hazelnut Chocolate Butter throughout the mixture to make it extra chocolatey!
Packed full of nuts, seeds and a generous layer of lush dark chocolate, these bars are the perfect little wholesome sweet treat and are super easy to make. If you have trouble finding quinoa puffs, try using rice puffs or something similar in their place.
Crepes are most europeans staple breakfast or dessert. Growing up I had them most weeks with jam, nutella or fruit. I LOVE crepes. When I first became vegan, I thought I would have to say goodbye to them forever. Little did I know that there are many substitutes for eggs and dairy milk.
I experimented a lot with different types of flour, different binding agents and finally settled on this one that was a great consistency, tastes ridiculously similar and it’s super easy to make!
The idea for a crepe cake came about when Michael asked me earlier this year to make one for his birthday but using something that was as close to nutella as possible…I must say, I did fail a little as the spread I created wasn’t the one in this recipe and it didn’t have as much resemblance as it should have. I wanted to recreate something similar but using the Hazelnut Chocolate Butter and it certainly passed the test this time! If you love nutella and crepes, you will love this!
It’s perfect for a special (naughty) breakfast for 4 or a nice dessert for 6.
This Bountylicious Slice is the most popular recipe from Sarah’s free ebook. It’s naturally sweet, free of gluten and dairy, tastes delicious and has a lovely smooth texture. Next time you’re looking for a sweet treat, snack, or dessert without the nasties added, try this!
I'm pretty stoked that we've devised this recipe in time for winter, I must say. These scrolls are the ultimate in comfort food, without the bad food connotations that term brings.
We've chosen to use brown rice flour as the base, a complex carbohydrate that will keep you sustained between meals. Paired with a Loving Earth nut butter (that simply oozes with deliciousness) and a dash of flax for a digestive boost, this vegan friendly cup of tea companion is the perfect way to impress your afternoon tea guests as the cooler climate hits.
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Ice cream is comfort food, and salted caramel and peanut butter ice cream may just be the pinnacle of comfort. This recipe delivers the complete package- comforting, decadent ice cream, no fuss simplicity and ingredients that are as wholesome as they come.