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Choc Coconut Jellies

Choc Coconut Jellies

270ml coconut cream 3 tablespoons gelatin 3 tablespoon of raw cacao powder 1 tablespoon coconut oil (optional) 4 tablespoon of sweetener of choice – e.g. maple syrup, raw honey, rice malt syrup Method: Pour half of the coconut cream into a bowl and the other half into a saucepan. Add the gelatin to the coconut cream in the bowl, stir and allow to ‘bloom’ for five minutes (essentially so that

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Fermented Oat Pancakes

Fermented Oat Pancakes

Mill 2 cups of rolled oats in the food processer until it becomes a flour consistency, add 2 cups of yoghurt or milk kefir and blend together. Allow to sit at room temp overnight to allow the fermentation to occur. In the morning add in 2 beaten eggs *, 1.5 tsp baking soda (aluminium free) and enough additional water or milk to achieve desired consistency (some like their pancakes large

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Lemon-Coconut Ambrosia Balls

Lemon-Coconut Ambrosia Balls

These tasty bliss balls are packed with minerals, vitamins, fibre and healthy fats.  By using the whole lemon, you also get the health benefits of the citrus bioflavonoids found in the rind and pith, which have anti-inflammatory properties …. enjoy Hope Ingredients ½ cup Cashews 1 Date 1 tbsp Coconut oil ½ cup Coconut, desiccated or shredded, 1.5 tbsp Coconut flour or Almond meal ½ Lemon, with skin, seeds removed,

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Budget, Blenderless Bliss Balls

Budget, Blenderless Bliss Balls

Ingredients 1 cup (packed) Almond meal 2 tbsp Sesame seeds ¼ cup Coconut (shredded or desiccated) 4 tbsp Cacao powder 1.5-2 tsp Cinnamon (ground) 2 Dates (soaked in cool water for 20-30mins) 5 tbsp Coconut oil (melted)   Method Place all dry ingredients in in a large bowl and stir well to combine. Add dates slowly by cutting thin slivers and finely chopping, mixing in a small amount at a

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Bone Broth / Chicken soup

Bone Broth / Chicken soup

Bone broths have experienced something of a revival lately, making their way into the repertoire of trending health topics.  However, this incredibly nourishing food is by no means a passing fad and has been a reliable tradition in many parts of the world for centuries and date back to times when the whole animal was routinely used, providing maximum nutrition and minimum waste; two excellent reasons to consider adding it

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