A think and creamy shake or pudding...perfect as a summer dessert or snack. Grinding the chia seeds creates an extra super smooth and thick texture. For a pudding increase the chia to 3-4 tablespoons and serve in ramekins.Read More
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I called these quinoa mug cakes, which is pretty much what they are except I served mine in ramekins and I would suggest they make a great healthy breakfast alternative or snack variation instead of a cake. Maybe they are more like breakfast puddings!Read More
It's been a while since we've had a proper cookie recipe and with the new sunflower seed protein powders now in store it seemed a good time to get experimenting with a chocolate version! The 55% is an excellent high protein flour replacement with it's neutral taste and powder consistency. These cookies have a great crunch factor... this is down to using the coconut sugar over syrup. I always find that cookies with a 'wet' sweetener are always softer than the 'dry' sugar versions, still lovely- but something to be aware of if a crisp cookie is more your thing!Read More
Quinoa is such a versatile ingredient and it's packed with protein and goodness. I always keep portions of pre-cooked quinoa in the freezer so I can whip up delicious bowls like this in less than 5 minutes. You can serve this hot or cold, try it chilled and layered up with banana and a dairy free yoghurt, delicious!Read More
Since quinoa helps create the creaminess and boosts the protein, it was the obvious choice for an experiment. I added some chia seeds on top for a finishing touch. You could also try adding a little maca powder, cinnamon or cocoa powder...or all three! The perfect post workout boost, or simply a meal on the go.Read More
This protein packed dairy free chocolate hemp milk is the perfect way to get an abundance of magnesium and goodness into your body. The natural protein in the hemp powder blended with the magnesium and antioxidants found in the cocoa makes this some nutrient dense sweet milk!Read More
These truffle balls are dense but 'cakey' due to the ground almonds creating a lovely texture. Any nuts or nut butter could be used to change up the flavours and you could also add other flavour extracts to suit, but here the mild almonds allow the chocolate and dates to shine.Read More