These no bake energy balls are so easy to make with our new Energy blend. Roll into balls or slice into bars for a simple energy hit when you are on the go! Our Organic Energy blend is made with our favourite energy boosting ingredients chia, cacao, maca, baobab and coconut.Read More
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Another simple acai recipe and a great way to pack in the nutrients on the go. These balls are rich and dark in colour, but they do not contain cacao...instead acai is the key ingredient! Teamed with our medjool dates they are incredibly more-ish!Read More
With these bauble truffles you can add cocoa our spices to suit, but the real magic on in the brightly coloured sprinkles! These would look amazing in place of 'hundreds-and-thousands' on a cake or trifle too, don't you think?Read More
As an athlete eating well is essential for performance. Eating sufficient protein immediately after intensive training is important for reducing muscle soreness and fatigue.
These delicious protein pancakes tick all the boxes. The recipe is quick and easy, perfect for rustling up between training sessions.Read More
Perfect for lunch boxes and mid morning treats to keep the munchies at bay. These bars are packed with nuts and healthy fats these will keep you going.... and going.... and going! The coconut sugar makes for a lightly sweetened granola bar, but add a little extra if you prefer.Read More
Another beautiful springtime recipe just in time for pollen season, Carrot and Lemon Cake with Bee Pollen! Have you tried our new organic bee pollen yet? It's been a great addition to our range and we're getting loads of great feedback on it, a top quality spanish bee pollen at a really great price, we know it can be expensive for people who take it every day through the pollen season. We also wanted to experiment and come up with a cake recipe with it as we know it can get repetitive adding it to cereals and smoothies each day so here we add it to a fabulous carrot and lemon cake!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
You may remember this almond butter a few weeks back. Of course it is easy to make your own, but it does require a pretty high powered processor and a supply of almonds and sometimes it's just not practical to make your own....which is a shame since you can do so much with it!
Almond paste is the more accurate terms for a 'butter' made with blanched almonds. Almond butter (as I recently discovered) more typically refers to blended roasted almonds which brings out the real depth of flavour.Read More