These cookies are my go to treat, I ALWAYS have a batch made up in the cupboard ready to go. They are gluten free (as long as you go for gluten free bicarb soda) and lowish in sugars, just limit it to 2 at a time, and try not to eat all the batter before you bake them! Cookies – 2
After being surrounded by healthy, mindful women all weekend who loved hearing about all things ‘good food’ related I thought I would share a few tips on bringing healthier eating into your home… This is not an overnight ‘quick fix’. Such a thing is unrealistic, and doesn’t work for 98% of people, especially busy Mums with enough on their plate,
Watermelon Cooler – Makes 2 small cups 2 cups of chopped watermelon Handful of fresh mint Juice from 1/2 a lime 1/2 tray of ice & 1 cup of filtered water Blend everything except the water on high speed until it is mushy, around 1minute. Add water and blend again on high speed for approx 30sec Enjoy with a friend!
Raw Ginger Bread Cookies Makes approx 20 small cookies Ingredients; 8 fresh Medjool Dates 1/2 cup desiccated coconut 1/2 cup nuts – any will do but cashews give the creamiest taste 1 cup almond meal 1 & 1/2tsp ginger powder 1 & 1/2tsp cinnamon 1/2tsp nutmeg 3TBsp coconut oil Honey/maple syrup (optional) To Prepare; Blend everything except the nuts on high
4 Ingredient Cookies Before I give you this recipe I need to share with you how I come about creating my treats. I find a recipe I like the look of (this one is from a divine book called Wholefood Simply) and then I jig it around a little so it works for me. This is sometimes out of necessity,
Raw Muesli Bars An awesome healthy, nut free, lunchbox treat… You need; 1 cup of shredded coconut 1 1/2 cup mixed seeds and dried fruit – I use a yummy mix with buckwheat kernels, sesame/flax/pumpkin seeds. millet, sultanas and gogi berries 6 fresh dates, pitted 1/4 cup tahini 1/4 cup raw honey 1/4 cup melted coconut oil 1 tsp vanilla