Breakfast, Recipes

guest recipe: traditional balinese banana pancakes

Image via Alison Morgan

Image via Alison Morgan

The inspiring health and wellness business coach Ally from Relauncher has kindly let me share this incredibly easy and exotic pancake recipe that she enjoyed at the bucket-list worthy Balinese retreat, Sharing Bali.

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Breakfast, Dessert, Recipes

raw โ€˜carrot cakeโ€™ bliss balls

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I love recipes that sneak a bit of veggie goodness in. This one is one of those delights, but unlike my Raw Velvet Chocolate Smoothie (that disguises the taste of baby spinach) the veggie in this recipe โ€“ crunchy, sweet-tasting carrots – is the star attraction.

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Dessert, Nutrition, Paleo, Raw, Recipes

guest recipe: raw zesty lemon cheesecake

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I recently made this heavenly cheesecake โ€“ a creamy and totally healthy recipe from wholefoods chef, author and blogger, Lee Holmes, who has kindly let me share it on my blog.

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Dessert, Paleo, Raw, Recipes

raw coconut, lime and strawberry cheesecake

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Fancy a tropical holiday in your mouth? Something about the combination of coconut with lime and strawberries just transports me to an island getaway, and this recipe does just that.

Iโ€™m not normally a cheesecake person (chocolate all the way) but ever since I came across Julia and Libbyโ€™s Raw Lime and Cashew Cheesecake (no cream cheese, no sugar, no crushed biscuits โ€“ hooray!) Iโ€™ve been inspired to make it.

Being so time poor I thought it would take massive effort to make them, but it took me less than an hour to put together as I slightly modified their recipe by simplifying it and swapping out a few ingredients and measurements to suit my taste.

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Dinner, Lunch, Paleo, Recipes

asian chicken meatballs with crunchy cabbage slaw

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I love these meatballs because theyโ€™re healthy, delicious, super easy to make and can be stored in the freezer to cook for another day. I also love that thereโ€™s grated zucchini and squash in them (which you can hardly taste if youโ€™re not a big fan of veggies) which offer folate, fibre and vitamin C. Whatโ€™s more, the oats (or you could use almond meal) in this recipe make a great alternative to breadcrumbs that are often used in traditional meatball recipes.

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