Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream… Need I say more? With its rich peanut butter flavour and added chopped mini Reece’s Peanut Butter Cups, I’m sure I don’t need to tell you just how decadent this baby is!
This delicious bread should be classified as a super-food, seriously! Okay, it might be a stretch to call it bread given it contains no flour, but if you’re gluten-intolerant this seed and nut ‘bread’ might just be the answer to all your prayers. Want to know what it contains? Try… flax seeds (linseeds), oats, chia seeds, sunflower seeds, almonds and psyllium seed husks. Yep, that’s a whole lotta goodness and fibre right there.
This Orange Roulade ticks all the boxes – it’s darn good looking, super delicious and easy to make – and your guests are gonna love you for it!
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – breakfast is my favourite meal of the day. There’s nothing quite like the first spoonful of food after a night’s sleep. So, for me, breakfast needs to be delicious, enticing and, it goes without saying, nutritious.
When I offered to host this month’s Daring Kitchen cooking challenge, I thought it might be fun for members to make a raw, nutritious dessert, namely Vanilla & Raspberry ‘Cheesecakes’.
Joy oh joy! Since going (more or less) gluten-free, I’ve really missed eating the occasional slice of bread slathered with butter. I’ve tried various gluten-free breads and can’t say I’ve enjoyed the taste or texture of any of them. So, when I discovered that I could tolerate spelt flour (which, while it contains gluten, is more easily digested than wheat gluten), I’ve been keeping an eye out for spelt bread recipes.
Seriously… this 5 ingredient Choc-Nut Milkshake is like drinking chocolate pudding! But, unlike the saturated fats and sugar-overdose you’d expect to get from your standard chocolate milkshake, this baby delivers you antioxidants, anti-inflammatory Omega 3 fatty acids, protein, fibre, potassium and calcium. What’s more, it’s insanely delicious!