A dessert inspired on the good old Snickers (a.k.a. Reeses) bar. I paleo-fied the recipe by using avocado’s, 100% cocoa, hazelnuts, coconut oil, honey and a pinch of mineral rich sea salt.
Heavenly thick chocolate drink. Deliciously creamy, with a slight spicy aftertaste. Just like the Mexicans like to drink it!
Dear Eva …
I scream ice cream! Preferably chocolate ice cream, wìth health benefits, without unwanted additives, gluten free, lactose free and refined sugar free. In this article I am sharing a healthy chocolate ice cream recipe that is rich in protein and based on natural ingredients only. Read on for the recipe!
Uhu, yet another oats recipe. Sorry, can’t help it; I just really like oats and I love them in pie! Especially in pecan pear pie. Pecan pear oat pie is a keeper and therefore you should know the recipe too!
A heavenly vegan chocoliscious almost 100% raw almond butter chocolate pudding that is also beneficial to your beauty and health. Groovy baby!
[dropcap]O[/dropcap]hlala! This superfood chocolate pudding with chia seeds, maca and raw cocoa nibs (and a splash of coconut cream) is such a tasty way to provide you with a whole bunch of beautifying vitamins, minerals and trace elements. Besides, it’s great for your sexlife 🙂 Whoop! Doesn’t this make eating healthily extremely easy and fun?!
A festive omega 3 rich dessert or in-between beauty snack to sooth your sweet tooth.
A delightful recipe for raw stracciatella coconut pudding that only contains natural complex sugars that provide you with the energy you need.
Although it contains lactose, it is easier to digest than cow milk and many lactose intolerant people can eat/drink goat milk products.
Chia seeds; probably the most healthy food on the planet.