Posts tagged vegan
Salted Caramel Milkshake

A little bit sweet, a little bit salty. Anything caramel flavoured I am drawn to. In my early 20's I would go through the McDonald's drive thru and ask for a cup of caramel sauce and devour the whole thing in a sitting. Long gone are those days, it's not worth the sugar hangover! If you are a caramel lover, try this homemade milkshake. The combination of dates and cashews make it ultra creamy! Enjoy! Jx

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Peanut Butter Fudge Slice

This is the result of some serious procrastinating... I have been doing anything but study lately. Cleaning the toilet has been more appealing.  Today I had a huge craving for peanut butter and wanted to make something with ingredients I already had in the cupboard.  In Julia and Libby's Wholefood Kitchen we have an incredible Peanut Butter Cheesecake and I took inspo from that recipe, but simplified it.

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Tropical Smoothie Bowl

Smoothie Bowls are very "on trend" in the world of Instagram.  They are more than just a beautiful thing to look at - if you combine the right ingredients they also taste damn delicious.  Packed full of nutrients, dietary fibre and anti oxidants.  I love Smoothie Bowls as they force you to sit down at eat.  Too often we are running around at the beginning of the day and dont sit down to appreciate our food.

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Creamy Chocolate Mousse

Lib and I first made this recipe a few years ago with the inclusion of peanut butter.  It's hard to believe that the main ingredient is avocado! The mousse is a perfect substitute for traditional dairy mousse, it is so creamy, thick and rich in chocolate flavour.  A great topping for cakes instead of frosting, spoon onto slices of banana or have by itself after dinner.

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Coconut Ice

With the silly season just around the corner, I thought it would be appropriate to share a recipe that is delicious, easy to make, and can be taken to upcoming summer BBQ's and parties.  I wanted to make a healthier version of the classic coconut ice recipe by replacing the original recipes refined sugar with coconut sugar and red food colouring with beetroot juice.

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