Looking for a tasty treat to make for the kids these school holidays? Chocolate Crackles are always a winner especially when they are made using healthy, gluten free ingredients. Method: In a high powered blender, process one cup of Pips Real Food Hazelnut and Cacao Crunch to break it down then pour into a bowl.READ MORE >
This smoothie bowl is not only full of nurturing ingredients for the mum-to-be but it is also perfect to eat if you are feeling run down as it is packed with essential vitamins and minerals to help boost your immune system. Method: Blend all ingredients in a high powered blender or Nutri Bullet. Top withREAD MORE >
What better way to start the weekend then with yoga followed by this Mango & Banana Protein Smoothie! Method: Blend all ingredients in a high powered blender or Nutri Bullet. Enjoy! Recipe & Photo by Monica from @aktivliving Yoga Mat by @bhakti_bu_yoga_mats – Hand painted and designed by Sunshine Coast based Rebekah Joan.
There is nothing better than the smell of freshly baked banana muffins straight from the oven. This recipe has been shared with us by Mayumi from @mumsy_style and it is definitely a winner! METHOD: Preheat oven to 180 C and grease a 12 cup muffin tin with butter. In a large bowl, combine flour honey,READ MORE >
We are loving this recipe that has been provided to us by Monica Smith from @aktivliving. If you are looking for a gluten free and dairy free Chicken Schnitzel recipe then you are sure to love this one! Turmeric Coconut Chia Chicken Schnitzel METHOD: Trim the chicken thigh fillets then tenderise between two sheetsREAD MORE >
This Green Superfood Smoothie by Monica Smith from @aktivliving is made with @goodmix_superfoods pond water which has Spirulina, Barley Grass, Spelt Grass, Chlorella and Aloe Vera giving your body maximum nutrition it needs. METHOD: Blend all ingredients in a high powered blender or Nutri Bullet until smooth. Enjoy!
Base – Preheat the oven to 160C. Then Combine all the ingredients for the base in a bowl to form a moist dough. Divide dough between the 8 tart cases, and push dough into shape. It should be about 3mm thick. Cook Tart shells in the oven for 15mins or until golden brown. Allow toREAD MORE >
Blend all ingredients in a high powered blender or Vitamix until smooth. Top with your favourite seeds and nuts. Recipe and photo by @Melissa_j_anscombe
Method: In a large container use a whisk to combine the coconut milk and chia seeds. Then stir through the goji berries, sunflower seeds and maple syrup. Cover container and leave to soak in the fridge for 4 hrs (or overnight). Once the chia has been soaked and become a thick pudding, divide it amongstREAD MORE >
We absolutely love this beautiful recipe that has been created by the lovely Monica from @aktivliving. It features our brand new Blueberry Coconut Water which has no cholesterol, preservatives or fat and is entirely gluten free! METHOD: Base: Blend the apricots, pecans and salt together and press firmly into the bottom of a lined tin.READ MORE >
Power through your week with this delicious Protein Smoothie! Method: Blend banana, mango, tofu, spinach leaves, your choice of protein powder and JT’s Coconut Essence Coconut Water in a high powered blender. Top with Byron Bay Muesli’s raw paleo mix and your favourite fruit.
This delicious smoothie bowl is made with organic, biodynamic ingredients and contains NO added nasties like preservatives or sugar. Method: Blend banana, raspberry, mango and JT’s Coconut Water in a high powered blender until smooth. Top with Byron Bay Muesli’s Paleo Granola and your choice of fruit.
One of our favourite cocktails would have to be a Margarita so we thought we would get creative and add a coconut-y twist to your classic margarita recipe. METHOD: To make sweet and sour mix: Combine 1 cup sugar with 1 cup water until sugar is completely dissolved. Add 1 cup fresh lime juice and 1READ MORE >
Sugar free lollies with no artificial colouring? Yes please! The kids will love these healthy gummies, made using just four, simple ingredients. METHOD: Place the pureed fruit into a jug. In a small saucepan, whisk the coconut water with the gelatine over a low heat until dissolved. Pour the gelatine mixture into the pureed fruit andREAD MORE >
METHOD: Place all ingredients into a high powered blender or Vitamix and blend until smooth. Roll into balls and place in the fridge or freezer to set. Thank you to Sinead Dumas from @neadssuperbowls for this delicious recipe!
This decadent Panna Cotta recipe is not only low in fat but is perfect for vegans as it is made with our very own banana flavoured Coconut Milk. METHOD: Mix gelatine with a small amount of milk until dissolved. Pour mixture into a saucepan with remainder of the milk. Stir until simmering. Pour into greased mouldsREAD MORE >
The combination of coconut milk and yoghurt makes for deliciously creamy Bircher. It can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 days so make ahead of time for a quick, easy breaky! Method: Combine oats, chia, buckwheat and coconut milk in a bowl. Cover and place in fridge over night. In the morningREAD MORE >
Rich and delicious protein mousse without the sugar. Psyllium husk mimics egg and binds the mixture to create a light and fluffy dessert! Method: Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend on high for 20 seconds. Quickly pour mixture into four glasses, then refrigerate for 4hrs or overnight! Top with fresh berries and chocolate sauce.READ MORE >
There is nothing better than tropical flavours to bring you back to the feeling of summer. This delicious recipe combines two different flavours swirled together, though if you are in a rush just throw it all in the blender together and it will still taste just as good! Method: First blend all ingredients for mango smoothieREAD MORE >
This beautiful Coconut Cheesecake recipe topped with fresh figs was created by @aktivliving and we think it’s pretty divine! Did you know that figs aren’t actually a fruit? Inside, they are full of tiny, flowers that produce the crunchy edible seeds which give figs their unique texture. Figs are also full of nutrients, antioxidants and vitamins whileREAD MORE >