Waffle Wednesday is back!!! Mostly because I felt like it was time for another waffle recipe! These are excellent for brunch or you can make them a little smaller and have them as a dessert. They’re gluten free and have a great texture too!
This is a super impressive looking birthday cake that is way easier to make than it looks!! It’s refined sugar free and gluten free and has a rich sort of mousse cake like texture without being cloyingly sweet. A birthday cake amazing enough for my best friend, and a little bit good for you too! Happy Birthday Anz x.
These taste like a cross between cinnamon brioche and cinnamon donuts. The coconut, vanilla and cinnamon give them sweetness (enhanced with a little maple syrup, or dates if you’re not a fructard!) and the dark roasted almond butter adds a toasted richness that makes them extra delicious.
With a choc, coconut almond base, tahini caramel middle layer and raw chocolate topping this slice is all the good things. It’s gluten free and sweetened with a little maple syrup to make it a not so naughty treat.
These little tarts are so delicious! They taste just like a banofee pie but with way less sugar, and a hint of coconut flavour for a bit of a new twist. Well new to me anyway…
WAFFLES! I haven’t posted a waffle recipe since last year so thought it was probably about time. These are light and fluffy with a crisp exterior and they’re gluten free and dairy free. You could make them vegan by following the suggestions just before the recipe. And just in time for Easter brunch!
Happy Sunday folks! I plan on having a day of getting shit done, as balancing full time work and the whole ‘Healthy Hunter’ thing is well, a balancing act. See, my brain is fried. I’m also busy getting holiday prep sorted so I can have a real adventure and not be continuously checking this little blog. Need to learn to let go a little. I have been busily prepping the most delicious of meal plans for you this week. There’s loads of simple week night dinners in both the Vegetarian and Non vegetarian plans. I’ve also thrown in a little something that involves a slight time commitment in each one too. Because challenge helps us grow.
And it’s February! How’s the year going so far? Such an annoying question, because we all love to be reminded of how fast time passes don’t we? This week, for the majority of them, I’ve tried to make the recipes quick and easy to throw together after work. The whole making things easier for people when it comes to cooking healthier food is totally my vibe this year.
I love choc mint, it’s a child hood favourite of mine. Whether it be in mint choc chip ice cream or a mint slice, or after dinner mints it’s always been a favourite combination of mine.
These aren’t your usual lamingtons. The title probably gives that away! They’re gluten free, refined sugar free, made from wholesome ingredients and include a yummy layer of raspberry chia jam in the middle. I’m particularly proud of the chocolate glaze that I think I’ll be using on many baked things to come! Although they are a healthier version they’re also super delicious – for real!