These light, fluffy pancakes are dairy-free and made with spelt flour. Spelt is a highly nutritious ancient grain closely related to wheat that our bodies find much easier to digest compared to regular wheat.
Serve these pancakes with your favourite fruit, coconut yoghurt and a drizzle of rice malt syrup! Yum!
*Spelt contains gluten so substitute with gluten-free flour if you are gluten intolerant
These chocolate-coated almonds make for a totally moreish, guilt-free snack! They are very simple to make and help to satisfy an after dinner sweet tooth. They also make the perfect accompaniment to a cup of coffee.
You won't find an easier cake to make than this one! There's no bringing ingredients to room temperature, no separating eggs, no folding, and most importantly, hardly any mess! Just throw everything into a bowl, mix and bake! Voilà! The result? A super moist, rich and luscious chocolate cake that's perfect if you're following a low-carb or ketogenic diet. (FYI - it tastes delicious with a dollop of thick cream and some strawberries!) Yuuummmmmm!
These cupcakes are incredibly moist and super chocolatey! They're also super healthy as they contain plenty of good fats! Instead of making cupcakes you could also bake this as a slice.
Soups are a great option for dinner (especially during the colder months) but can often be time consuming to prepare and cook. This version can have you enjoying a warming bowl of nourishing soup in less than 30 minutes!
For a grain-free/low-carb version, simply substitute the noodles with either kelp or konjac noodles.
Massaman curry is a delicious mild Thai curry made with coconut cream, beef, potatoes and peanuts. This lighter version is made with low-fat coconut cream and is the perfect easy midweek dinner recipe! Serve it with jasmine rice, or for a low-carb version, serve it with cauliflower rice, cauliflower purée or quinoa.
When you think of Malaysian food you probably think of the popular and well-loved laksa soup. It's a delicious, soothing bowl of rice noodles, chicken, prawns and coconut milk balanced with the saltiness from fish sauce, the sourness from lime juice and the heat from chilli. It's a no-fuss dinner perfect for those cold winter nights!
Here's a reduced calorie version that doesn't skimp on the flavour!
These delicious cookies are very easy to make and are guaranteed to be a hit with the entire family!
They taste very similar to an Anzac cookie and the texture is somewhere between a traditional cookie and a cake. As they are quite soft, let them cool completely before handling them.
You can replace the oats with milk chocolate or dark chocolate chips if you wish. You can also replace the flour with gluten-free flour or spelt flour combined with 3 tsp baking powder.
This super smoothie is packed with protein, antioxidants, fibre and good fats to help power your day! (Ideal for those busy days when you don't get the chance to eat as many green veggies as you'd like). I highly recommend adding one tsp of matcha green tea powder for an extra antioxidant and fat-burning boost. One tsp of matcha green tea powder is equivalent to drinking about ten cups of green tea! 😲