Traditional karidopita is definitely an indulgence. It is usually made with breadcrumbs, lots of butter and sugar. This variation uses rice malt syrup and raw honey for sweetness and contains a lot less butter than traditionally used. Ensure you use a good quality butter – we recommend an organic and grass fed variety. This recipe is gluten free, grain free, paleo and lactose free and is easily adaptable to be dairy free. It is full of warming spices and an earthiness that makes it a perfect winter dessert.
Porridge is hearty, warming, satisfying and nutritious. It’s the perfect winter breakfast option that can be adapted to suit your tastes and altered to meet any dietary requirement.
We have adapted Teresa Cutter’s recipe for apple and cinnamon porridge by swapping the apple for pear and making a few other small changes to create a mind-blowingly delicious bowl of porridge that can easily become a part of your morning repertoire.
The recipe for these bliss balls come from Teresa Cutter. The recipes on her website, The Healthy Chef, are described as “healthy recipes for people who love food” and that is an ethos that we passionately share.
Full of healthy fats and wholegrains and sweetened naturally with dates, these bliss balls are the ultimate snack food and incredibly satiating.
Roast vegetables are perfect during Autumn and Winter as they are warm, hearty and satiating. Here is one way to turn roast carrots into a salad that can be enjoyed throughout the cooler months of the year. The sweetness of the carrots works beautifully with the sweetness of fresh pomegranate seeds and the tartness of pomegranate molasses while quinoa and toasted sunflower seeds provide a lovely nutty flavour as well as a protein boost.
This peanut butter cream cheese frosting is the perfect topping for a sweet banana cake or a rich chocolate cake. It is sweetened with fructose free brown rice syrup and made with natural peanut butter, offering a more wholesome alternative to traditional cream cheese frostings that are often laden with cups of icing sugar. It’s super fast and easy to whip up, just try to refrain from eating it with a spoon.
The ingredients in this cake are wholesome enough to eat for breakfast. They are packed full of energy and highly satiating, so a little goes a long way. The flavour is reminiscent of a mango Weis bar but this option is gluten free, dairy free, refined sugar free and vegan. If mangoes are not in season, berries make a great substitute.
Making French toast without any gluten, dairy or refined sugar does not have to mean that this breakfast has to lose any of its decadence. It is full of flavour and nourishing, wholesome ingredients.