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Banana Bread

Serves: 6-8! This recipe is an adaptation of a Donna Hay classic. For those of you not in Australia, Donna Hay is a very well respected Australian food stylist & recipe developer and her food is delish! It came about because I wanted to make banana bread one day and I didn’t have any eggs .. but I had plenty of bananas (luckily)! I’m very confident with vegan baking & cooking, given the trial and error along my own food…

Bliss Balls

Makes 15-20! These bliss balls are a quick and easy, portable snack that are lots of fun to make (for big kids and little kids alike)! I love getting my hands in there, rolling the dough into balls - it’s so primal and earthy, and you truly “connect” with your food! These little balls of YUM are chocolate-y, sweet and packed with protein & fat to keep you full! There’s also oodles of ways to customise them to suit your…

Choco-Nutty Blondies

Makes 16! These blondies are moist, light and yummy! They’re grain free, gluten free and vegan, and they have one of my favourite ingredients – chocolate! They’re simply perfect for that afternoon sweet craving and with the combination of protein and fat, they keep you powering along until dinner time! Don’t be put off by the chickpeas in the recipe – I promise you can’t taste them! Ingredients 1 can of chickpeas*, rinsed & drained ½ cup nut butter ⅓…

Gingerbread Cookies

Makes approx. 20 small cookies!Growing up we didn’t have many “sweets” in the house and we never had cake or cookies. My Mum didn’t love to bake and she didn’t buy “all that processed junk”, so there are quite a few foods that I “missed out on” as a child.Before you ask how I survived because I was so very deprived .. it’s ok, I’ve made peace with it (hehe). Point is, one of the food items I didn’t experience…

Strawberry Crumble Bars

Makes 9! When I make sweets, a lot of them seem to involve chocolate (hehe). So when I got a whole tray of strawberries (15 punnets!!), I thought it only appropriate to make them the star ingredient of some recipes! These Strawberry Crumble Bars were inspired by the Wholegrain Strawberry Breakfast Bars on julieseatsandtreats.com – I swapped a few ingredients, reduced the sugar and added more strawberries. The result? Scrumptious! Perfect to put in a lunchbox or for afternoon tea…

Chocolate Mousse Tart

Serves:Serves 14! This. Is. Delicious. And it’s quick and easy to make! Not only that, it’s paleo, vegan, refined sugar free, raw & gluten free, so nearly everyone can enjoy it! The chocolate mousse is creamy, rich & bittersweet, only lightly sweetened with maple syrup and the base has a beautiful caramel-like sweetness. Here’s a quick tip: with the secret ingredient (avocados .. woot!) try to make sure they’re “just ripe” because the riper they get the more “avocado-ish” flavour…

No-Bake Muesli Bars

Makes 10-12 bars! My boyfriend lurrrrrrrves muesli bars, specifically the chewy ones. He can easily eat a whole pack in one sitting, no sweat! (*whoa*) Given that packaged muesli bars are not only expensive (have you seen the teeny tiny little bars you get once you rip through all the packaging??), they’re also usually full of multiple types of sugars, additives, antioxidants and all sorts of things you don’t really want to put into your body, I thought I’d give…

Peppermint Cheezecake

This cake is SO delicious! If you love ice cream (like I do) you will lurvvvve this cheezecake! It’s best kept in the freezer, so when you take it out to eat it’s the texture of dense ice cream .. *foodgasm*! This cheesecake is vegan, paleo (not if using brown rice syrup) and YUM. Feel free to mix up the liquid sweeteners. Coconut syrup, maple syrup & honey all work well and maple syrup tends to mix the best in…

Passionfruit & Macadamia Bread

Serves: 16! This bread is super yummy! Whenever I eat it I get transported to the tropics because of the gorgeous passionfruit-y tang. The cornmeal gives it a lovely texture and it’s quite dense & filling – perfect for breakfast with some nut butter or even some ricotta, if that’s your thang! Both in flavour and nutritional content, this recipe also offers a nice alternative to banana bread, especially the ones you find in cafes, which are so often packed…

Delicious Fudgy Brownies

Makes 1x 20cm pan! The only thing I really need to say about these brownies is that you TOTALLY need to try this recipe - it’ll be the best decision you make today! Hehe! They’re fudgy, melt-in-your-mouth, very minimally sweetened (don’t let that put you off!), vegan, paleo, lower carbohydrate, have some good fats in there and there’s even a hidden vegie - plantain! If you’ve never heard of plantains, they look like a large banana, and can be used…

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