This super-quick custard recipe is not only really fast and easy to make, but it’s dairy free, gluten free, egg free and a fairly healthy alternative to traditional custards. This light and surprisingly delicate custard contains some strange ingredients, not the least of which is avocado and I know what you’re thinking… But trust me. It’s good!
This Pineapple-Lemongrass Chia Seed Pudding with Coconut Caramel may be a dessert recipe, but it’s also one of my favourite things to eat for breakfast! Chia seeds are tiny nutritional powerhouses, and they form the base of this tasty pudding recipe which is dairy-free and avoids processed sugar by using honey as a sweetener.
This yummy apple sponge is simple to make, gluten free, grain free and tastes great. It could also be made using other stewed fruit – rhubarb would be good…
Eight paleo friendly, gluten free, grain free peppermint recipes for you to try. They all contain chocolate as well because peppermint and choc go so well..
This yummy gluten free rhubarb and apple crumble is also grain free. It’s sweet and a little crunchy and better than the original!
These bliss balls aren’t ‘super natural’ in the spooky sense. But they are super! And they are all natural! They’re full of lots of super foods to help keep you super healthy and they’re super yummy. So they’re a quick and easy way to satisfy that sweet tooth or chocolate craving in a super healthy way…
There seems to be a growing interest in the Guilt Free Desserts recipe book and to be honest, I’m not surprised. When people realise that they can literally ‘have their cake and eat it too’ without expanding their waistlines or raising their blood sugar, and that they can eat delicious cakes and dessert without the guilt, they want to know more.