I think I may have just upped my chilli game and it couldn’t have been easier or quicker to make. Chilli (non-carne) is one of my go-to meals to feed friends and family who are perhaps less than persuaded by a vegan lifestyle. Why? Because as I wrote about in my Veganuary hacks, offering a … Continue reading Chickpea Chilli with Guacamole
These almost raw, no-bake slices may just be a little bit addictive… you have been warned. I love making new variations on raw slices and experimenting with different flavour combinations and these bars are testament to one tasty afternoon of experimenting. Peanut Butter Coffee Crunch Chocolate Slices Peanut Butter Coffee Crunch Chocolate Slices These ones … Continue reading Peanut Butter Coffee Crunch Chocolate Slices
Flavour packed smoked paprika falafel with crunchy hazelnut crumb - deliciously vegan and gluten free, they only require 10 ingredients.
It’s been far too long since I have shared a hummus recipe – since my Red Pepper and Walnut Hummus July 2018 – and I cannot believe that this is only the second recipe on my blog for hummus. It’s often a joke that hummus should be its own food group, especially for vegans and … Continue reading Edamame and Artichoke Hummus
Fragrant Thai-style stir fry with ginger, garlic and chilli with a creamy, sticky peanut butter satay sauce - a deliciously quick and easy vegan dinner.
Happy Pancake Day! Can you believe it has been one whole year since the last time it was officially OK to eat pancakes for breakfast, lunch and dinner in the same day?! Well, when they taste this good, are this easy to whip up and are this good for you, I say we can have … Continue reading Peanut Butter Oat Flour Pancakes with Mixed Berry Chia Jam
A delicious and alternative way to serve sweet potatoes - roasted and stuffed with breakfast essentials like granola, nut butter and fruit. They are easy, vegan and gluten-free.
This month is all about Spring and refreshing your mindset.
A vegan, gluten free and refined sugar free cheesecake, with a sticky, nutty base with a zesty sweet and thick cashew-based filling topped with vibrant slices of lemon and crunchy pistachios.
The perfect Mediterranean salad with nutty black rice and lentils, smokey sundried tomatoes and olives. Dressed in a simple balsamic-olive oil dressing, this is a delicious, vegan, gluten free and healthy meal.
Who doesn’t love a green smoothie? Well, a lot of people actually. I think they’re put off by the whole ‘greenness’ of it, thinking it will taste like grass. Well, that’s where they are wrong. Because there are plenty of green-loving smoothies out there that celebrate vegetables and tastes rather delightful. I think this is … Continue reading Rocket Ginger Smoothie
Warm chocolate banana bread oats baked until gooey and soft. Now, doesn’t that sound like an indulgent breakfast. If you need an excuse to jump out of bed, then this is it. Chocolate Banana Bread Baked Oatmeal Thick cake-batter style oats baked in an individual ramekin or dish until nice and crispy on top with … Continue reading Chocolate Banana Bread Baked Oatmeal
Deliciously rich and indulgent, these healthy chocolate mousse pots are naturally sweetened, vegan and gluten-free.
Enjoy this scrambled tofu on toast for a speedy and filling vegan breakfast or serve it up for friends over a lazy brunch – packed with flavour, vegetables and colour.
Are you in full love mode? With Valentines Day just around the corner, there’s a lot of focus on being with someone. A girlfriend, boyfriend, husband, wife, partner… there are so many couples out there and while I LOVE the day for love, why not celebrate self-love, self-worth and self-care. We need a marked day … Continue reading Peanut Butter and Blueberry Muffins
It may be a cold winters day outside, but as I sit down to write this, the sun is streaming in through the windows, leaving a warm golden glow around me. My heart feels filled with light and love, so what better way to start writing about February’s inspirational theme: LOVE. It may seem a … Continue reading Monthly Musings: February 2019
A raw, vegan and gluten free cheesecake with salted date caramel, salted almonds and a chocolate drizzle on a crunchy, nutty base.
A look into vegan tricks and tips for a plant-based lifestyle.
Fluffy pancakes studded with fruity blueberries and sweet cinnamon. These make a delicious gluten and nut free vegan brunch.
The triple-c curry as I like to call it, but I didn’t think that was too catchy for a recipe name?! I’m really getting into comfort food right now, with the drop in temperature, the dark evenings and feeling the fresh air as you step outside. This curry is one of those dishes that you … Continue reading Chickpea Carrot and Chard Red Thai Curry
I’ve always had a love-hate relationship with eggs. As a toddler I loved hard-boiled egg and soliders (or shoulders as I would call them). But never scrambled eggs, fried eggs were gross and it was only throughout the last year of uni that I discovered poached eggs. So ‘giving up’ eggs when I learnt about … Continue reading Easy Veganuary Habits and Hacks: Eggs
These brownies are rich, indulgent, dessert-worthy, crowd-pleasing and simple to make.
A healthy, vegan take on a ‘meatball sub’ this meatless version is delicious, flavoursome and saucy. Packed with a rich tomato sauce, crunchy vegetables and fluffy flatbreads, these make a great lunch or dinner option.
Following from the previous post about Dairy Hacks for a stress-free and enjoyable Veganuary, I am now sharing top tips to replace other dairy products. Carrot and Raisin Bundt Cake We are fortunate enough today that the supermarket shelves are well stocked with delicious and nutritious alternatives to your usual dairy products like cheese, yoghurts, … Continue reading Easy Veganuary Habits and Hacks: Dairy II
A vegan version of a classic favourite with all the comfort, flavour and deliciousness of the original – a rich vegetable packed tomato sauce with No-Meat Ballz and spaghetti
Hearty, rich and flavoursome no-meat balls filled with brown rice, black beans and mixed herbs. The perfect vegan, gluten free alternative to a classic favourite.
I have always been aware that while I am truly loving all the support and inspiration I find in the food and wellness social media network, not everyone I engage with is vegan, vegetarian or in the mindset of creating a plant-based lifestyle. That said, I am often overwhelmed by the support. For example, at … Continue reading Easy Veganuary Habits and Hacks: Dairy I
January is here and that can only mean one thing: Veganuary.
Top tips for health and happiness as inspired by The Happy Pear.
A wonderfully creamy soup with cumin spiced notes and sweet parsnip that will warm you up on a cold winters day.
These raw and vegan chocolate coconut truffles are a deliciously rich while being good for you! A perfect holiday gift or a snack all year round.
Who doesn’t love granola? When it combines with the festive cheeriness of Christmas… well that’s one heavenly breakfast (or lunch/dinner/snack if you’re like me!). Christmas Granola After all the savoury recipe testing for my Christmas bonanza, it dawned on me that I needed to re-make my favourite festive-spiced granola as it’s one I make time and … Continue reading Christmas Granola
Deliciously smooth, rich and indulgent chocolate truffles made with just three ingredients.
A cinnamon-sweet mince pie filled cinnamon rolls with a sticky icing sugar glaze, perfect for weekend baking or festive treats.
A festive-infused vegetable and roasted nut roast that is easy to make from seasonal ingredients. It’s hearty, comforting and packed with flavour.
Christmas spiced stuffing falafel balls full of festive herbs, chestnuts and cranberries. Enjoy these as a side or as the star of the show.
Sticky and sweet, these are my favourite way to enjoy carrots and parsnips and they make a great side dish part of a roast dinner.
Tangy, sweet and caramelised… this is the best way to enjoy sprouts.
With sugar and spice and all things nice…keep calm and eat mince pies! Homemade Mince Pies These are just two little quotes I found when I googled “mince pie quotes” – yes, I actually did that as a way to inspire my writing here. Because, well, what more is there to say about the humble … Continue reading Homemade Mince Pies
London's first all-avo dining concept began life as a pop-up. It took off and now has a permanent site. Avobar does pretty much what it says on the tin – it’s a restaurant where everything on the menu has avocado in it, on it or blended into it. It’s the perfect green homage to the … Continue reading A Nourishing Review: Avobar, Covent Garden
With a knowledge of the Italian language, it still makes me chuckle that ‘biscotti’ in every other language refers to this particular type of sweet treat, whereas ‘biscotti’ literally translates to mean ‘biscuits’. The Italian call these type of crunchy biscuit cantuccini which I think sounds much more exotic and enticing, don’t you agree? Nevertheless, … Continue reading Orange and Cranberry Almond Biscotti
Naturally sweetened, this mincemeat is filled with juicy, plump dried fruits and flavoured with warming winter spices.
December is the time for Transformation.
A creamy, protein and veggie packed breakfast bowl that tastes just like chocolate pudding.
Happy festive period, everyone. I am so excited to share this recipe with you as it was one that proved quite popular on my Instagram stories a few weeks ago and since then I have made them a few times and can attest that they make a great snack, on-the-go mini breakfast and an after-dinner … Continue reading Apple and Hemp Muffins with Hemp Crumble Topping
This is one of the meals I come back to time and time again to make for my family. It is one of the meals that they also suggest I make when I offer to cook the evening meal. I keep telling them it’s so simple and there’s really nothing to it but still they … Continue reading Sicilian Caponata with Rosemary Roasted New Potatoes
A gentle and warming bowl of Kitchari is one of the best and most loving things you can give to yourself, in my opinion. Full of nutrients, it is easy to digest and every time I take my first spoonful, I am so glad I took the time to nourish myself. I feel as though … Continue reading Nourishing Kitchari
Inspired by our love for granola and our obsession with my new crunchiest ever granola: Chai Spiced Walnut Granola, it was actually my Dad who suggested I make bars or bites with the mix. He is a big granola fan and as soon as he said these clusters would be great as bars, I had … Continue reading Chocolate, Chia and Mixed Nut Granola Bites
Soup season is officially here. Those days when all you crave for lunch is a bowl of soup to warm you through and the dark comes around all too quickly. Instead on focusing on the negatives, there are many things to celebrate that come with the cooler seasons. Those bright blue skies, fresh crisp air … Continue reading Rosemary Roasted Butternut Squash and Hemp Soup
I don’t think I have ever made a chunkier, crunchier and downright chai-ier granola in my life. This is hands down a new favourite when I’m after those satisfying big clusters. Let’s be honest, who doesn’t look through the freshly made batch to hunt out the biggest clusters and then devour them before anyone else … Continue reading Chai Spiced Walnut Granola
These cookies are next level cosiness. One of these with a cup of tea will put all your problems at bay for a moment, while you enjoy the most moreish cookie I think I’ve made to date. Unlike my Chocolate Chunk Cookies and my Chocolate Brownies, these Pumpkin Cinnamon Spiced Breakfast Cookies aren’t heavy on … Continue reading Pumpkin Cinnamon Spiced Breakfast Cookies
November is the month for: Compassion. Compassion could be described as a special combination of empathy and altruism – the gentleness of a petal combined with the selflessness of the breeze that carries it. It means not just considering the feelings of others but also desiring to help alleviate any suffering on their part. As … Continue reading Every Day Matters: November
1st November 2018 marks World Vegan Day. The world started celebrating the founding of The Vegan Society in 1994 and every year since then, November 1st has been marked as World Vegan Day with people celebrating and championing their vegan lifestyle. It recognises how far the vegan movement has come, highlights how accessible and beneficial … Continue reading World Vegan Day
It’s Halloween which can only mean one thing: it’s time for some spook-tacular baking! I toyed around with a few ideas of what to bake, make or raw-bake to celebrate the ghoulish day and saw that a lot of recipes required many ingredients and often those which were very artificial. I didn’t want to use … Continue reading Peppermint Green (S)Creams
The seasons are definitely changing and with the longer nights, shorter light hours and cooler weather, comes a shift in eating habits. While I still do enjoy a colourful vegetable packed quinoa salad or a crunchy kale salad, the evenings have me craving warming bowls of stews or curries. Both are a great way to … Continue reading New Potato, Red Lentil and Coconut Curry
Birthday cakes! For years, I have been put in charge of the birthday cakes in my family, long gone are the Colin the Caterpillar days along with the sickly-sweet Victoria sponge cakes layered with fake jam and yellow buttercream. Can you tell I have a slight aversion to these types of cake? I just think, … Continue reading Carrot and Raisin Bundt Cake
If you needed another excuse to have cookie dough for breakfast, then this is the recipe for you. I’ve posted about a breakfast cookie dough before thanks to my foodie friend Celine from Blueberrysmiles but this one is chickpea-free for the chickpea averse among you. After enjoying some delicious smoothies recently at plant-based cafes, I … Continue reading Cookie Dough Smoothie
I may not be the world’s biggest cheese fan, but when it comes to cream cheese, well that’s another story. I associate cream cheese with bagels and although it is not something I often have, it makes them even more delicious when I do. How do you like to enjoy your cream cheese? There are … Continue reading Tofu Cream Cheese plus Artichoke and Chilli Cheese Dip
Be you. Do you. For you. Love you. If you type in “just do you quotes” into google, you will be faced with hundreds, if not thousands, of ‘motivational’ quotes to be yourself because, quite rightly so, there is only ONE YOU out there. With everyone else busy being themselves, why interrupt your being by … Continue reading Just Do You
Are you heading for Hitchin? My favourite plant-based food spot, Chia Naturally Healthy, is located in the old churchyard in Hitchen. Since September 2015, Chia, led by founder Lucy Fisher, has been offering nourishing, healthy and nutritious superfoods. The space Chia Naturally Healthy feels like a home from home. With wooden beams across the ceiling, … Continue reading A Nourishing Review: Chia Naturally Healthy
This is the ultimate comfort food – a tomato-based and vegetable-packed stew with added peanut butter. Have you tried peanut butter in curries and warm dishes before? Notwithstanding my numerous peanut satay sauces, I was a bit wary (despite my love for the nutty stuff) but I am totally sold because of this recipe. This … Continue reading Sweet Potato and Tomato Peanut Butter Stew
Allow me to let you all in on a little secret: this post makes me feel like I’ve sort of made it, ever so slightly, in the food blogging world. My favourite inspirations often share reviews of upcoming cookbook releases either by friends or strangers and I think “wow, they must be big for so-and-so … Continue reading The Perfect Pasta Salad and The Vegan 8 Cookbook
What’s a Bronut, I hear you ask? A delicious brownie-donut fusion of course! Created in Cheshire by the immensely talented Emma at Soul Vegan Brownies. A self-confessed chocoholic, she initially created her drool-worthy range of brownies to share her love for cruelty free baking – showing you can indulge yourself without causing any harm and … Continue reading A Nourishing Review: Soul Vegan Bronuts
I’m feeling rather pleased with myself as I write this, I must say, and for several reasons. Although, the main one being that my meat-eating family love this dish and from looks alone you cannot tell this isn’t regular meaty mince. On the taste, they said you can tell it’s plant-based but that this was … Continue reading Sunflower Mince and Kidney Bean Chilli
I’m not the biggest fan of the cold weather, but one thing I do love about the cool, crisp mornings is the instant satisfaction at making and enjoying a bowl of porridge. The comforting sensation as the oats warm you from the inside out, filling you nicely to last through a busy morning. The fibrous … Continue reading Pear, Ginger and Date Porridge
Cornbread is definitely an American traditional element to the festive season and about this time of year, my social media feeds are chock full of sweet yet savoury breads. Before last year I had never tried cornbread, believe it or not?! Although, I don’t think that’s unusual living here in the UK. It’s not something … Continue reading Vegan Black Bean and Sweet Corn Bread
I am all aboard the comfort food train at the moment, what with the cooling weather conditions and the shorter daylight hours. My body is craving something warming but equally nutritious and vegetable packed. This recipe is like a hug in a bowl. It is one of those meals you can whip up after a … Continue reading Rich Red Pepper and Chickpea Stew with Hazelnut Dukkha
This Golden Rice Autumn Nourish Bowl with Spiced Roasted Butternut Squash and Tomato Black Beans may just be the hug in a bowl you’re after today. Or all season, for that matter. It’s such a comforting and nourishing bowl (hence the name) and it is filled with feel good foods. We hear a lot about … Continue reading Golden Rice Autumn Nourish Bowl
This review has been a year-long dream of mine after first being introduced to Mordechai and his extensive range of 100% nuts nut butter. Still today, I can remember the colourful set up on display and his offers to try all the flavours – and believe me, there are many! From original single nut butters … Continue reading A Nourishing Review: Nutural World
With Autumn in full swing, it is now time we shift our monthly intentions to 'focus' on our new theme: Focus. “We have incredible powers of focus, although we don’t always choose to use them. Think of how we tend to view a leaf, maybe just observing its general colour and shape. But try looking … Continue reading Every Day Matters: October
I am posting this colourful bowl in time to still celebrate Organic September. Have you joined in at all? I will admit I do not buy everything organic but there is lots of research out there to highlight which produce it is most important to source organically (a quick google of "The dirty dozen fruits … Continue reading Beetroot and Date Quinoa with Tamari Kale and Mushrooms
Rich, tender and indulgent brownies coming at you. Like, now. I am so impressed with this recipe – if I don’t say so myself. If you follow me on social media, you’ll know I often talk about self-love, self-worth and self-belief and that the majority of us do not practice these three things often enough. … Continue reading Date and Oat Coconut Brownies
Wow what a few months it has been for Nourishing Amy. It seems incredible that a few months ago this blog was simply a sparkle in my imagination and a beating in my heart. That’s how strongly and passionately I feel about my food, health and wellness blog. It has been a dream of mine … Continue reading A Nourishing Review: Health Blogger Awards 2018
There are so many plant-based milks available in the shops today and I am so grateful for the huge variety we have. It does make trying out all of them a little pricey and, sure, there will be a few hits and misses along the way, as they all taste very different. From sweet hazelnut … Continue reading Hemp and Blueberry Chia Pudding with Caramelised Banana
More is always more I say, when it comes to a chocolate drizzle, wouldn’t you agree? These tasty little treats came to me one afternoon when I whipped out the mixing bowl and threw a few ingredients together without much of an idea in mind. I had recently watched an episode of The Great British … Continue reading Chocolate Almond Salted Caramel Thumbprint Cookies
This makes a great sauce option to drizzle over fresh and fluffy pancakes, to smear onto toasted bread, to stir into a yoghurt and granola bowl or to top and melt into a warm bowl of porridge. The possibilities are endless. And, because it uses only the sweetness from the dates, it doesn’t taste too … Continue reading Salted Date Tahini Caramel
I love Thai food – I love the fresh flavours, the vibrancy of the dishes and the ingredients they celebrate. Talk about eating the rainbow… this bowl is packed full of colours and is a true feast for all the senses. A beautiful array for your eyes to focus on, the fragrant smell of the … Continue reading Thai Style Cauli-Broc Salad with Peanut and Lime Satay
This tastes just like chocolate pudding. So, if you’re after pudding for breakfast then here is your answer. Or, you can make this chia pudding and actually enjoy it for pudding – it tastes that good. Not even in a ‘this is healthy so let’s pretend it tastes yummy, too’ kind of way. This is … Continue reading Chocolate, Cinnamon and Raisin Chia Pudding
Ever wondered what a Fattoush Salad is but been too afraid to ask, supposing you should have already known? Hands up now, let’s be honest. I was definitely one of those people who glanced at a menu and thought ‘mm that sounds delicious’ but never quite knew what it meant. I knew it was a … Continue reading Fattoush Salad
September is the month for CONNECTION. “Like the strands of a spider’s web, our lives are intricately connected with the lives of the people around us, whether we know them or not. We are all linked through the information, ideas, thoughts and beliefs we gather from the world, and all these connections have the potential … Continue reading Every Day Matters: September
This salad just screams summer to me. It’s full of vegetables, is light but filling enough for lunch and comes together in under 10 minutes – which is perfect when the sun is shining and you don’t want to waste precious vitamin-D time. I just love coronation-curry style flavours and I think this highlights the … Continue reading Chickpea Coronation Style (Cauli-)Rice
I cannot believe that even after a few months, there is only one baked granola recipe on Nourishing Amy (check it out here)… which is upsetting for me as it is something I always eat. I have to say, I have been lucky enough to be sampling a few store-bought varieties recently thanks to social … Continue reading Pistachio, Pumpkin Seed and Goldenberry Granola
It may now be September but we can definitely hold onto summer thoughts (or maybe wishes) for sunshine and warmth, can’t we? A girl can dream. For those days when the weather is warm enough for a cooling cup of iced tea, this is another great ‘recipe’ for a refreshing tipple. Similar to my Radiance … Continue reading Vitality Lemon Ginger and Baobab Iced Tea
Banging. That would be one word to describe this salad. A feast for the senses. That would be 5 more words to describe this salad. A rainbow bowlful of deliciousness. That would be 5 more words to describe this salad. Crunchy. Salty. Sweet. Tangy. Fresh. Zesty. Creamy. Colourful. That would be 8 more words to … Continue reading Crunchy Coconut Chickpea Kale Salad with Figs and Tahini Dressing
Let us all celebrate The Great British Bake Off 2018! What is a cup-scone I hear you ask? Very simply, it is a hybrid between a cupcake and a scone. When baking these little carrot cake bakes, I was a little dubious of the texture given the nature of coconut flour. The batter is very … Continue reading Carrot Cake Cup-Scones
‘chicken’ meet ‘nugget’ Aka tofu cubes meet a crunchy baked coating. These little bites got so much love on my social media story at the weekend and I am so excited to share them with you. I’m not usually one for ‘fake meats’ or ‘meat alternatives’. I love tofu, tempeh and seitan but when they’re … Continue reading Vegan Tofu Nuggets with Spicy Tomato Sauce
Asian flavours always make my heart sing and combine that with my adoration of cucumber and obsession with avocado and I’m bound to enjoy this dish. But I am pretty sure that you will, too. Homegrown cucumbers cannot be beat, my family grows them in greenhouses and I always look forward to visiting for the … Continue reading Spicy Ginger Cucumber Salad with Smoked Tofu
Hummus and chocolate are two of my favourite things. Now, who says you can’t have both at the same time? Not me, that’s for sure. Not already won over by the idea of sweet hummus? Well, read on… Reasons this needs to be made: It is utterly delicious. It satisfies your sweet chocolate tooth craving … Continue reading Chocolate and Tahini Hummus
I love a quinoa salad, and while I’m so pleased to see the world catching on to the little grain and its amazing qualities, there are way too many ‘superfood quinoa’ salads on restaurant menus for my liking. Each one promises to be packed with superfoods, but when I read the ingredients, they are always … Continue reading Mango Edamame Sesame and Tahini Quinoa
If you love ginger then we’re going to get along just fine. I had some girlfriends over recently and I wanted to make something new for dessert that wouldn’t be too heavy. I always go for chocolate-based after dinner treats, but thought to spice it up a bit this time. Not that there is anything … Continue reading Raw Ginger and Apricot Crunch Bars
Don’t you just love it when a few staple cupboard ingredients combine to create one delicious and flavoursome dish? This is exactly what happened when I was craving some hummus and fancied a change from my usual tahini blend. Upon devouring this hummus straight from the blender bowl, I realised I’d happily and accidentally created … Continue reading Smoked Red Pepper and Walnut Hummus
What a fiesta of a bowl! Pack in all the colours of the rainbow, all the different textures and all the best bits from Mexican and summer food into one joyful bowl. Plus, this delicious lunch or dinner dish can be served as part of a mezze of salads or at a BBQ as a … Continue reading Mexican Mango Salsa Bowl
I’d barely touched down in London and already I missed the eclectic and vibrant city that I got to know over my long girls’ weekend in Budapest. The Hungarian capital took my breath away; the tiny cobbled streets, the buzzing city vibe, the stunning architecture and the incredible food scene. Although Budapest is the capital … Continue reading A Nourishing Review: Budapest
There is one simple inspiration behind this meal: something I can eat easily that is soft on my teeth. A few days into my Invisalign teeth straightening journey, I was in quite a bit of pain and struggled to bite foods. I had never experience sensitive teeth before, nor dental work at all so it … Continue reading Tomato Spiced Sweet Potato Smash
August is the month for PATIENCE. “Living mindfully, and enjoying each moment to the fullest, requires patience. Only by learning to inhabit the moment, without brushing aside our current experience as we hurry through our to-do lists, can we live in total appreciation of life’s beauty. Instead of constantly striving to achieve everything in an … Continue reading Every Day Matters: August
What’s a coodle I hear you ask? Well, we’ve had zoodles or courgetti, so what to call a carrot noodle? A coodle, of course! I thought it was obvious anyway. This recipe makes the most of gorgeous carrot spirals without scrimping on those all important carbohydrates that make this a beautifully balanced meal. I chose … Continue reading Noodles and Coodles with Spicy Almond Satay
While I’ve been busy dreaming up new smoothie bowl combinations, I realised I hadn’t shared one of my everyday breakfasts. It’s a fuss-free smoothie bowl that I love for so many reasons: Berries – because they are my life. I have them every day! Buying the frozen variety makes them much cheaper (so I can … Continue reading Forest Fruit Berry and Coconut Smoothie Bowl
This is one smoothie bowl that’s sure to make your tummy rumble, your eyes shine bright and your smile stretch to your ears. Health meets indulgence. What could be better? After posting my Cacao Squash Smoothie Bowl, I knew I wanted to try the original and more common Sweet Potato Smoothie bowl. Yet, I didn’t … Continue reading Sweet Potato and Tahini Mousse
This is a smoothie for all the green-haters, who think that greens taste gross and are not breakfast worthy. To those haters, I say: try this Avocado and Kiwi Green Smoothie and then get a fresh perspective on your greens. I couldn’t think of a more delicious way to get your greens (unless they were … Continue reading Avocado and Kiwi Green Smoothie
Are we in for a treat today, or what? After the amazing feedback on these Raw Banoffee Boost Slices on Instagram, I had to share the recipe with you as soon as possible. These epic bars of pure bliss are simply delicious. They fall on the right side of healthy and indulgent (which side is … Continue reading Raw Banoffee Boost Slices