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Choc PB Thickshake

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Choc peanut butter is a well-established delicious combo, but throw creamy frozen banana and caramel-like medjool dates into the mix and you might just have a taste sensation! No need for any guilt, I know some of you might think two bananas is excessive, but realistically the calorie content (not that I advocate counting cals!) is the perfect amount for a substantial meal that will keep you full and energised, and the sugar is perfectly packaged in fibre-rich fruit to slow the release of insulin into the bloodstream, coupled with vitamins and minerals you get from whole, plant-foods. Enjoy as a post workout breakfast or a decadent but not-so-naughty dessert. The less liquid you use the thicker and more ice-cream-like it will be 😉

Chocolatey Easter Nests

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No need for deprivation when these types of holiday’s come around, just adjustment. Healthy living is an around the clock commitment and should be enjoyable and flexible! These are a festive take on chocolate crackles for your Easter celebrations! The chocolate is as healthy as can be, dairy-free, using only unrefined sugar and just the right level of sweetness. I used what I had in the kitchen i.e. coconut flakes, millet puffs and raw almonds – but I think shredded coconut with macadamia eggs would work a treat! Definitely would look cute in an easter hunt for kids and big kids alike! Tag me if you make them, would love to see your healthy, happy, plant-based Easter!

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