This delicious pineapple and ginger smoothie is a great morning starter, that will help jump start your day. The health benefits of ginger will help with any aches and pains and getting that digestive system working. Enjoy this refresher, but watch out for that ginger kick!
2 cm piece of Ginger
2 Cups of Coconut water
1 Tbsp Flax-seed meal
2 Cups of Pineapple
2 Celery sticks
Garnish with a slice of pineapple and a celery stick.
Chop pineapple, banana and celery into small pieces. Remove skin from ginger and add into a blender with the rest of the ingredients. Blend ingredients until smooth. Pour smoothie into glasses. Garnish with a slice of pineapple slicing the middle and sliding it onto the glass, add a celery stick into the drink. Enjoy!
A refreshing cooler for those days where you simply need to be refreshed!
1 Cup of Frozen Blueberries
1/2 Cup of Mint leaves
1 Cup of Coconut water
Optional Coconut Chips
Peel and cut banana into small pieces. Add all of the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Pour smoothie into a glass, garnish smoothie with a handful of coconut chips & a few mint leaves. Enjoy!
Who doesn’t love a good chocolate recipe!? I know I do!!! Chocolate lovers brace yourselves, I have a healthy, guilt free and easy chocolate recipe for you all to enjoy. Made up with a couple of enriching super foods, how can you not taste the goodness? I hope you love this recipe as much as I do.
½ Cup of Cacao powder
½ Cup Coconut oil
½ Cup of Desiccated coconut
¼ Cup Goji berries
4 Tbsp Maple syrup
A pinch of pink Himalayan salt
Melt coconut oil (if not melted already), you can do this by placing the jar in hot water. Grab a small – medium sized baking tray and line with baking paper. Combine cacao powder, coconut and salt into a bowl. Once coconut oil has melted add with maple syrup into to the same bowl as the above ingredients. Mix ingredients thoroughly. Add in goji berries to the bowl and stir. Pour ingredients into the lined baking tray and spread out evenly. Allow 30 minutes for the chocolate to set in the freezer. Chocolate should remain stored in the freezer. ENJOY!
Time required 40 minutes. Makes approximately 260 grams of chocolate.
It’s about time I shared a new smoothie recipe!!! This morning when I woke up, I felt the creative urge to get smoothie making. My options were limited, but then I remembered I had Matcha powder hiding in the cupboard somewhere. I had been wanting to put it to good use this week. My result ended with this delicious Matcha smoothie.
2 Medjool dates
1 tsp Matcha powder
1 tsp Maca powder
2 Tbsp of Flaxseed meal
1 ½ Cup of Oat milk
1 Scoop of Amazonia raw protein (pea protein)
2 Ice cubes
Optional Garnish with loving earth buckinis
Peel and cut banana into small pieces and remove pips from medjool dates. Add all of the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Pour smoothie into glasses, garnish smoothie by sprinkling a spoonful of loving earth buckinis on top. Enjoy!
I got creative in the kitchen over the weekend and came up with these delicious mint and cacao balls. The mint isn’t too over powering in this recipe, which leaves you with a fresh subtle taste.
1 Cup Walnuts
1 Cup Cashews
1 Cup of Shredded coconut
2 Tbsp Cacao powder
1 Tbsp Coconut oil
10 Medjool dates
6 Large Mint leaves
Remove pips from dates and combine into a blender with all of the ingredients. Blend until mixture is all mixed. Once ingredients is blended, roll into small balls. Store balls in the fridge, they will be ready to eat within 30 minutes, or you can eat them straight from the blender! Enjoy!
Optional: For an extra mint hit, add in extra mint leaves. Makes 18 – 20, time required 10 minutes.
Matcha tea is a great energy booster, which is good for people like myself that have Chronic fatigue. I recently purchased some Matcha tea and have been stuck with ideas on adding it into my diet. I’ve tried Matcha lattes, teas and smoothies, but I wanted to get creative and find other ways to add it into my diet. I’m always mooning over instagram, looking at all the inspiration on there. I came across some matcha bliss balls creations and after seeing a number of creations I just had to get into the kitchen and create some of my own. When it comes to creating bliss balls, it’s all about using what you have in your cupboards. Keep testing and trying the mixture out until your happy. I’m in love with this creation, cacao powder is one of my favourite ingredients to use. Combine it in with Matcha tea and it is heaven! I hope you enjoy this creation as much as I do!
1/2 Cup cashews
10 Medjool dates
1/4 Cup Cacao powder
1 Tbsp Matcha
1 Tbsp Coconut oil
1 tsp Maple syrup
1 tsp Vanilla extract
Remove pips from dates and combine into a blender with cashews, cacao powder and matcha powder. Blend until mixed, then add maple syrup, vanilla extract and coconut oil. Blend until mixture is all mixed, then roll into small balls. Store balls in the fridge, they will be ready to eat within 30 minutes or you can eat them straight from the blender! Enjoy!
Optional: For an extra Matcha hit, roll balls in extra Matcha powder.
A delicious and easy meal for two or would make a great side dish.
1 Cup of Roasted Sweet Potato
½ Cup of Brown Rice
2 Tins 95g of Tuna in olive oil
½ Cup of Chopped Cucumber
1 Handful of Spinach
1 Handful of Rocket
1 Tbsp of Lemon juice
1 Tbsp of Coconut oil
Set oven at 200 degrees Celsius. Line a tray with baking paper. Cut sweet potato into small pieces and place onto the tray with baking paper. Cover with coconut oil and cracked pepper. Bake for 30 minutes or until cooked. In a saucepan boil water and add brown rice, boil until cooked. Wash rocket and spinach leaves and add into a serving bowl. Also add into the serving bowl chopped avocado, cucumber and tuna. Once sweet potato and brown rice are cooked add into the serving bowl. Add lemon juice to the bowl and mix all of the ingredients with a wooden spoon. Once ingredients are mixed in meal is ready to serve, add extra cracked pepper if needed. Enjoy!