A collection of recipes to heal your body and make you shine from the inside out.
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It was too cute not to take a photo of her, although by the time I got my phone to take a piccie she was running out of chocolate, so here is her creation and her recommendation on what to do with the leftover chocolate –
The beautiful Chantelle from Fat Mum Slim contacted me late last year asking me if I would like to collaborate with her to make a book of juice recipes to share with our readers, and I absolutely jumped at the chance!
There are 35 recipes in this eBook, some require just a few simple ingredients, some are more complicated but they will hopefully give you some inspiration to try them out and then start creating juices all on your own which will lead your body to better health.
Click on the link below to grab your free copy of Get Your Juice On, but there is a download number limit per day so if the computer is screaming Error codes at you (don’t you hate it when they do that?)
I don’t know where this recipe originated but a lot of people I follow on Instagram have their own versions up of this recipe, and I have been making it for a few months now.
I have never made a classic, sugar-filled jam before but I always imagined it to be a difficult thing to master, so when I saw how easy this recipe looked I figured I really should give it a go.
It is recommended that adults eat 1 tablespoon of chia seeds a day, so if you’re not getting any chia in your diet then this jam is a fantastic way to introduce them.
I bought a whole lot of frozen blueberries over the weekend as they were on special this week and the bargain was just too good, so I bought up big, meaning everything I eat over the next few weeks will no doubt contain blueberries in some form.
So recipe number one is this blueberry chia jam with a bit of added vanilla, just because I adore vanilla so much.
It is such a gorgeous jam to spread on toast, but my hubby swirls a big dollop of it through his yoghurt and tops it with granola (the first recipe on this blog).
But being new to eating vegan (I only converted just under 3 months ago), I was on the lookout for some tasty ice-cream recipes I could make for myself that were easy – 1. because I have very little time I need it to be fast and yummy, 2. because I don’t own an ice-cream machine, and 3. because I really, really, really want ice-cream!
I knew out of 29 recipes there had to be at least 1 that I could eat and enjoy…… and I found it!
I will make this again soon enough and will be sure to take some more so you can be even more tempted to make it.
For now, check out the link above the recipe, she is a pro at adding photos before she eats the lot, unlike me.
If the consistency is a little bit too thick for you then add a little bit of cold water to thin it out.
I always seem to be substituting ingredients in baking recipes and I have found that mashed banana always works well in place of sugar, so I wondered what it would taste like if I made it the base ingredient to granola…….
and so began one of my all time favourite recipes which I eat as a cereal with milk, I put it in parfaits, I add it to the top of my smoothies, but mostly I just grab a handful (or six) out of the jar when I stand in front of the pantry looking for something to eat.
I’m going to list the recipe exactly as I make it but I urge you to make it your own and add whatever flavours tickle your fancy.
I’ve been posting photos on my Instagram account for some time now and with a bit of a push and a nudge I have created this blog to share as much as I can with you.