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 >
Created by Sinead Dumaa from Neads Super Bowls. METHOD: In a bowl, place your choice of granola or muesli. Blend frozen fruit, Spirulina and liquids together until you have produced a thick and consistent blend. Spread your mix evenly over the top of your granola/muesli so you have a flat surface to place your toppings.READ MORE >
Smoothies are a great way to stay healthy and hydrated during Summer. This smoothie recipe combines the tropical flavours of passionfruit, pineapple and coconut with the vibrant colour of Pink Pitaya (aka dragonfruit) Pitaya is often considered to be a ‘tropical superfood’ because of the many health benefits that can be enjoyed when the fruitREAD MORE >
Don’t you just love the sweet smell of fresh mango at this time of year? Mangoes are very low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium. In addition, they are also an excellent source of dietary fibre and vitamins such as vitamin A, B6 and C. Mangoes are rich in minerals like potassium, magnesium and copper andREAD MORE >
This gorgeous Smoothie Bowl recipe has been shared with us by the lovely Kim from @juicy_souls and is a great breakfast option on these hot, Summer mornings! METHOD: Blend all ingredients in a high powered blender or food processor until smooth but still thick. Pour this delicious pink mixture into a bowl and top with berries, slicesREAD MORE >
Don’t these Coconut Milk Waffles look absolutely delicious? Best of all they are gluten free, dairy free and full of protein and coconut-y goodness! I know what I will be making for breakfast on the weekend! Method: 1. Seperate the eggs and begin to lightly beat the egg whites until light peaks form. Cover overREAD MORE >
Refreshing and delicious! Strawberries are high in Vitamin C which helps to boost immunity and mint is great for digestion. Ingredients: 1-2 tablespoons SSM Coconut Protein Blend 1-cup strawberries 2 cups coconut water 1 tablespoon Greek Yoghurt ¼ cup fresh mint leaves 1-2 cups ice Simply place all the ingredients into your blender and blitz untilREAD MORE >
Refined Sugar Free, Gluten free, Dairy Free Muffins. Can these little guys get any healthier? They are the perfect on the go breakfast, that is both nourishing and delicious!! Check out the recipe below which has been created by the lovely Shelley Judge from @shelleysgoodeats for JT’s! Method: In a bowl combine dry ingredients (almond meal,READ MORE >
Don’t wait until the weekend to enjoy this refreshing (non alcoholic) cocktail! METHOD: Place lime wedges, lychees and sugar in the bottom of a shaker and muddle. Add JT’s Coconut Water and shake until combined. Pour over ice and enjoy!
One of our favourite combinations would have to be lychees and coconut. Even better when they are blended into a refreshing cocktail like this one! METHOD; Place lime wedges, lychees and sugar in the bottom of a shaker and muddle Next, add Vodka and coconut water and shake so that all ingredients are combined. PourREAD MORE >
If you love tropical flavours, this Passion Punch Caipiroska is just the drink for you! As passion fruits are quite tart, they blend perfectly with coconut water which gives this tropical variation of the classic lime Caipiroska cocktail a delicious tropical taste. Place all ingredients into a shaker to combine then pour over lots of ice and enjoy!
How delicious does this Date & Coconut Loaf created by the @healthyfoodblog sound? It is so simple to make – just combine a few ingredients as below and voila! You have yourself one very tasty treat that you can enjoy at anytime of day! METHOD: Mix ingredients in saucepan. Bring mixture to the boil andREAD MORE >
Blend all ingredients in a Nutri Bullet or blender until smooth.
This simple Coconut Chia Pudding recipe is great to make ahead the night before so that you can wake up to a deliciously creamy breakfast the next day! The recipe has been specially created for us by the lovely Angela from @FreshFoodFriday so check out her page for more fabulous recipe inspiration! Method: Mix allREAD MORE >
These delicious breakfast cookies are perfect for a quick breaky, morning snack or sweet addition to lunchboxes that the kids can enjoy at school. In a small bowl combine the wet ingredients (bananas and coconut oil). In a large bowl, combine the dry ingredients and then add the wet ingredients. Dollop tablespoons of the mixture onto aREAD MORE >
There is nothing better than warm banana bread straight from the oven on a rainy, winter’s day. Even better when it’s gluten free, full of healthy fats and amazing flavour like this one made with our creamy coconut milk! METHOD: 1. Preheat the oven to 180’C 2. In a bowl, mix the eggs, banana, honey,READ MORE >
Preheat the oven to 175C and then line a rectangle baking tray with baking paper. Drain and rinse the kidney beans and then place all ingredients, except for the choc chips, in a large food processor until smooth. If you don’t have a food processor, process the ingredients in batches in a blender, and thenREAD MORE >
Blend all ingredients in a Nutri Bullet until smooth – Enjoy!
Blend all ingredients in a Nutri Bullet until smooth. Top with extra frozen berries. Image courtesy of @blueberrybite
Preheat oven to 180’c. Heat coconut oil in a large frypan or wok over medium heat then add chopped onion and garlic. Once onion softens, add grated carrot, sweet potato, zucchini, chopped mushrooms and rosemary until all vegetables are cooked. Lightly grease a muffin tin with coconut oil. In a separate bowl, whisk together 6-8READ MORE >