No-Bake Chocolate Protein Bars with Almond Butter

I like making protein bars as they taste so much better than the store-bought ones and they are less expensive too. Another good thing about making them at home is that you exactly know what you put in them. This way you can avoid eating any strange ingredients, gluten or sugar. These protein bars are…

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Oven Baked Turmeric Cauliflower With Onions And Garlic

I like eating cauliflower all the time as it has a nice creamy flavour and rich texture. It also fills me up for hours. This is the recipe for a delicious yet healthy side dish. It is best eaten warm accompanying roast chicken or roasted sweet potato and creamy thick vegetarian sauce. The best thing…

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Roasted Beetroot Hummus

This is one of my favourite dips at the moment. It has a nice sweet taste from the beetroot and nutty taste from the tahini paste. I make my own tahini paste, which tastes so much better than store-bought paste. This recipe calls for a roasted beetroot, which will make your hummus extra delicious and…

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Rice Krispie Bites

I love making these healthy rice krispie bites as they are easy and quick to make and taste so yummy. Just like the ones you can get from the store or perhaps even tastier and much more healthy. Makes: around 20 small bites Preparation time: 15 minutes Ingredients: – 2 heaped cups of puffed rice…

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Smoked cauliflower and broad bean dip

This dip is deliciously creamy and very simple to make. It takes a little time to make, but believe me it’s worth every minute. All my friends lik it and they always ask me for the recipe. I like to serve it with fresh vegetables and gluten free crackers but it is delicious on its own…

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Summer frittata

This summer frittata is so easy to make, and you can have it any time of the day. It is best eaten when freshly cooked, but leftovers are just as good.  Makes: 2 portions Preparation time: 20 minutes Ingredients: 3 whole eggs 4 egg whites 1 bunch of fresh asparagus (chopped) 1 cup chopped spring…

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Creamy Coconut Quinoa Porridge

I like eating warm quinoa for breakfast. It warms me up and keep my hormones well balanced as it is a complex carbohydrates and low in GI. This warming high protein and low GI coconut quinoa porridge is a perfect meal on days when you want to eat something a bit different from the usual porridge…

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Raspberry Beetroot Smothie Bowl

This smoothie bowl not only looks pretty, it does wonders for your skin. It is made from raspberries, beetroots, coconut water, coconut oil, and coconut nectar. Beets are high in important vitamins and minerals:  potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron and vitamin A, B, and C. They cleanse the body, help your mental health and are a natural aphrodisiac!…

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Strawberry Chia Seeds Jam

I’m really into chia seeds jam at the moment. I can eat it every day! I put it on a slice of paleo bread or rice cake, stir it into my morning porridge or just have it on its own. It is so delicious and fresh, it tastes like jam you can buy at the…

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Vanilla Chai Tea porridge

If you like chai tea you will love this chai tea porridge! It may sound a little complicated to make, but it is really so simple, and wont take more than 10 minutes of your time. I like to cook mine in almond milk and add vanilla powder right at the beginning of the cooking….

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Mixed Bean Sprouts Salad With Orange Vinaigrette Dressing

It’s so nice and warm outside now. Spring is finally here. With this warm weather all I’m craving is raw and crunchy food. My latest obsession is a mixed bean sprouts salad with orange vinaigrette dressing. I have it as a snack, a main, a side or even as a make-ahead dish to take to work. It is very simple and full of healthy raw ingredients.  Bean sprouts, when eaten raw, are crunchy vegetables…

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Chocolate Millet Porridge

This porridge is so crunchy and delicious that you will want to have another bowl right after you had the first one. It’s naturally gluten free and packed with antioxidants and fats that come from raw cacao and coconut. It takes a little bit longer to cook, but trust me it will be worth every…

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Raw Oreo Easter Eggs and Bunnies

It’s Easter! And Easter brings chocolate eggs, carrot cake, hot-cross buns and more chocolate. 🙂 I posted a recipe for raw carrot cake squares a few days ago. If you haven’t seen it, here is the link. These raw Oreo chocolate eggs and bunnies are made from oats, dates, almond pulp, cashew nuts and maple syrup. They…

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Creamy Baby Courgette Soup With Coconut Cream

I made this delicious creamy courgette soup today and I thought I’d share it with you. It‘s super yummy and very easy to make. You only need five main ingredients which are, baby courgettes, shallots, garlic, coconut oil and coconut milk.  This soup is packed with healthy nutrients such as vitamin C, dietary fiber, vitamin…

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Mango Coconut Smoothie

I love having this delicious Mango coconut smoothie for my breakfast. It’s creamy, sweet and very easy to make it too. You only need 3 main ingredients; mango, coconut and banana. And what’s more, its vegan, gluten free, paleo and completely sugar free. 🙂 Mango coconut smoothie Makes 2 portions Ingredients: • 1 mango, sliced • 1 banana (fresh or frozen)…

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