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Tahini Bark

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This tahini bark is a chocolate alternative, ideal for a post-dinner treat. Some people actually find cacao quite stimulating, so this is a great chocolate-like substitute that is more sleep friendly! Made with mineral, vitamin and antioxidant rich tahini and pistachios, and using only plant-based, natural ingredients, this satiating treat tastes just like white chocolate. Make it with ease and enjoy mindfully.

Veggie Paprika Brown Rice Paella

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Most people associate this classic Spanish dish with seafood or chorizo, but as usual, it can be enjoyed without compromising your health, in a delicious plant-based way. With the delightful spices saffron and paprika bringing colour, heat and of course, antioxidants, the richness of a slow cooked tomato and capsicum saucey broth, and the texture of perfectly sautéed veggies, beans and peas together with al dente rice, this is a dinner party sensation. No man will leave hungry!

SUPER CRUNCHY GLUTEN-FREE GRANOLA

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This is the best granola I’ve made. Better than store-bought! I am massive on chunks and good ingredients, and if you ask me this hits the nail on the head! Some of the ingredients might be a little tricky to find, such as rice bran versus bran and quinoa/teff flakes, so sub where necessary (I’ve provided suggestions). No oil required, simply enjoy the healthy fats from the delicious raw nuts, seeds and tahini. I also like to specify keeping the dried fruit out whilst you cook so it doesn’t burn, as I find it usually does, but you can alter this to your personal preference. Keep this large jar on hand to top your favourite smoothie or smoothie bowl, sprinkle atop porridge, enjoy with coconut yoghurt and berries, or even mix through a chia pudding. It’s full of fibre, antioxidants, healthy fats and even quite a bit of plant-based protein thanks to the complex grains and nuts! Healthy and delicious 🙂

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 😉

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