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    • Ginger, Goji & Wattleseed S...

      We are never short of blown away by Kat and the amazing creations she takes along to some of our Sydney retailers. Her recent recipe is no different. Here she combines dried fruits and nuts with superfoods and native wattle seeds to create a glorious afternoon snack!

      This recipe is very forgiving and loves experimentation! You can try coconut flour or buckwheat flour in the place of Buckinis and experiment with different dried berries/fruits and spices and then adjust the coconut butter or regular organic butter as required.

    • Clean Coconut Rough Balls

      If, like me, you find yourself scavenging for a sugar-fuelled pick-me-up at around 3.30 every afternoon, give this recipe a go. I would go so far as to say they are as good, if not better, than the original Coconut Rough and the guilt-free factor will have you adding this recipe to your clean-eating repertoire - just don't eat the whole batch in one go (they are yummy, don't say I didn't warn you). - ...

    • Creamy Coconut Mylk Cookies

      The words ‘Chocolate Chip Cookies’ make me melt! I think most of us would have devoured a few in our time so I wanted to make a vegan + gluten free version of the cookies I have such fond memories of! Big chunks of the Creamy Coconut Mylk Chocolate make this cookie a heavenly experience! - Emily Williamson

    • Parsnip & Carrot Cake with C...

      Parsnips have a slightly nutty and sweet flavour and is a vegetable that is often forgotten about. Most of the flavour is right beneath the skin so make sure you buy organic and give them a good scrub before using. Carrot cake has really stood the test of time and this recipe mixes things up combining carrot and parsnip in a lovely moist cake!

    • Banana Pops

      The frozen banana stand on the TV show ’Arrested Development’ gave me the idea to make these quick and delicious frozen desserts! The Caramel and Creamy Coconut Chocolate freezes so you hear a crunch as you bite into them & the extra toppings take these icy desserts to a whole new level! This is such a simple recipe tht kids will love to get involved with. - Emily Williamson

    • Coconut Mango ‘Weis Bar’ Slice

      These little morsels of heaven are summer in a bite! They taste of deliciously sweet mango and coconut with a touch of tangy lime and passion fruit. They allow you to savor that insanely good mango taste and are perfect as a light and nourishing treat on a hot summer day or night. Plus, you can top with whatever fruit you desire - stone fruit, frozen berries and lots of extra mango and passion fruit. ...

    • Pumpkin Seed Pesto & Roast C...

      Pestos & dips are my favourite way to use up leftover greens and veggies that are past their best and are hiding in the back of the fridge! They are such a yummy addition to any picnic or barbeque and can be frozen and added to stews or defrosted and mixed with olive oil for a quick and delicious salad dressing.Both these dips are full of flavour and you friends and family will love them! ...

    • Red Lentil Dahl

      The flavours of this Dahl are honest and simple. There isn’t much fuss or flare, yet it seems to satisfy all that eat it. Enjoy as is, or add some of your favourite vegetables, fresh spinach and garden peas would work wonderfully. I served this up alongside some brown rice and Crispy Cauliflower. Topped with Chilli Jam and a Zesty Coconut Cashew Cream.

    • Coconutty Noodle Bowl

      I love bowl food in Winter, there's something very comforting about a steaming hot bowl after a long and cold day! This is the kind of meal I whip up mid week when I don't have much time to cook and I need a nourishing meal to warm up with. The beauty of this meal is you can substitute the vegetables and tempeh for any veggies you have in the fridge. The sauce is reminiscent ...

    • Coconut Buckwheat Porridge

      It’s the perfect breakfast for those who are sensitive to all things gluten and/or cant find gluten free oats. I prefer it to regular porridge! - Amy Sinclair from The Lush Scoop

    • Chocolate Coconut Granola

      I keep a large jar of this on our kitchen bench.  It’s perfect to reach in for a little snack through the day, great for breakfast with almond milk and gojis sprinkled over the top or my favourite is adding it to my banana ice-cream when I’m in the mood for a creamy dessert!  Angela Simson - The Gratitude Project

    • Stuffed Coconut Sweet Potato wit...

      This is a great contrast of a creamy potato filling, a light and crispy apple and fennel salad and crunchy potato skin. The sweetness of the potato needs the filling to be packed full of spice, and the combination of fennel seeds fried with cumin and turmeric works well with the Coconut Paste binding everything together. On the side I made a fresh apple, fennel and pickled onion salad with a spoonful of cashew dill ...

    • South Indian Coconut Curry

      India is a huge country with so many different cultures and cuisines. The food and flavours in every state can differ dramatically! My family is from the North where fast food and shortcuts are seriously frowned upon. Though we are quite snobbish regarding cuisine from different regions, I decided to try my hand at a South-Indian style dish. It is the mustard seeds, curry leaves and ground coconut that give it that distinctive coastal flavour ...

    • Coconut Green Curry

      Once again, coconut is the star of the dish. It definitely pays to have all of the fresh herbs and spices to make a flavourful paste, then adding some cooling Coconut Paste to create a balanced, creamy and healthy bowl of goodness. I decided to make this one extra green, but with all the great fresh produce around, use any vegetables you want!

    • Brazil Nut & Cardamom Satay ...

      I really love using spices, especially experimenting with their versatility in savoury and sweet dishes. It's great to add a pinch of something and then see how you go. This take on a classic hawker-style street dish replaces roasted peanuts as the base with our Brazil Nuts, some Coconut Sugar, lemon and cardamom for and interesting twist. As with most multi ingredient vegetable dishes, cook everything separately and everyone can select a combination of textures ...

    • Choc-orange 'jaffa' Smoothie

      Where there’s a will there’s a way (to eat chocolate for breakfast). With one lonely orange in the fruit bowl, some previously opened coconut water and a huge place in my taste bud’s heart for cacao, this creation was a delight in the making AND consumption. It’s easily ‘veganised’, refined sugar free and full of goodness.      Amy Crawford - The Holistic Ingredient

    • DIY Chocolate At Home

      Making chocolate is one of the great simple pleasures of life. Once you know the secret you might begin to wonder why you hadn’t tried it earlier. The basic elements are simple; you need some good quality fat, cacao butter of coconut oil, some antioxidant rich cacao and a sweetener to bring it all together. Feel free to experiment with the ratios to suit your tastes and needs!

    • Gingerbread & Pumpkin Loaf w...

      Gingerbread is a flavour that takes me back to my childhood; gingerbread men and gingernut biscuits dunked in tea! This is a wholesome loaf with dark gingery flavours, sweetened naturally with pumpkin and Coconut Sugar. Ginger is a well known ingredient to boosting immune function along with our Gubinge Powder which is the highest natural source of Vitamin C on the planet. Now we can have our cake and eat it too! -Emily Williamson

    • Flamboyant Saffron + Caramel Moi...

      The sensual and warm saffron has a date with an indulgent chocolate filling - a flavour sensation you'll come back to over and over again. With nutrients such as virgin coconut oil, saffron, mesquite and raw cacao you can't really feel guilty when indulging in these.  - Karolina Eleonóra

    • Love You Right Back Carob + Coco...

      This is a not-so-sweet crunchy fudge, sweetened only with Carob, Lúcuma and Mesquite. High melt in sun factor. If you need them throughout the day when you’re out running, try this trick: place a flat ice pack in a plastic container, place some parchment paper over and put the Love You Right Back Carob + Coconut Squares on top. Prepare by placing them in the freezer before you take them with you.

    • Coconut Cacao Cookies

      You know how everyone talks about satisfying that 3pm cookie craving?  Well these ones are so good they can satisfy you at any time of the day.  Just don’t eat the whole batch at once!  Angela Simson - The Gratitude Project


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