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These muffins are great for brekky on the go or for an after dinner treat with a cup of tea or take one to work to have for afternoon tea when you need a pick me up without reaching for the chocolate bar. This recipe can be vegan if you substitute the skim milk with water and it can also be gluten free depending on the flour you use. You can also add more dates if you like if you want a richer taste or leave out the walnuts if you can't eat nuts. It's a great base to use for any muffins as there...

This recipe is gluten free, dairy free and vegan and is very rich so one slice is always enough as a treat. It's simple to make and tastes delicious and they actually get tastier with time as they will last a couple of weeks in the fridge when the coconut enhances. Take them out of the fridge when you're ready to serve as they melt in your hands quickly. There's no baking with this one. All you need is a 16cm shallow cake tin and a food processor to get started. 

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4 cups shred...

This version of chocolate mousse is made dark chocolate which is full of anti oxidants and tofu, a good source of protein and contains all eight essential amino acids. It is also an excellent source of iron and calcium. This dessert is vegan, gluten-free, egg-free and dairy-free. Perfect as a light after dinner treat or as a healthy snack as it's lower in fat and sugar than the original.

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100g Dark chocolate (85%) 

300g silken tofu at room temperature* Both the tofu and the melted choco...

Rocky Road is one of my favourite treats but it is loaded with sugar, fats and chemicals and highly processed, so I created a healthier version that I have when friends come over or for an occasional treat. This recipe contains dark chocolate which is high in antioxidants and brown rice which gives it fibre and crunch with the good fats from the pistachios. Did I mention it's absolutely delicious but one serve is enough, so keep it in check for a treat or make half a batch if you don't trust you...

These are a quick healthy snack that you can make in advance and freeze to take to Christmas parties and when you are told 'not to bring anything' instead of a box of chocolates. Start this recipe a day in advance so they have time to set. They even make great homemade Christmas gifts in gift bags. They are a great little sweet treat after a meal with a cuppa and because you made them yourself, they have no artificial nasties or processed sugars and are vegan and gluten free. Easy to make, delic...

These dark chocolate chip cookies are so amazing and I often bake them for friends birthdays and wrap them in cellophane with ribbons as a home made gift. I use Lindt 85% dark chocolate as dark chocolate with a higher cocoa content is packed full of nutrients and antioxidants compared to processed milk chocolate. Often called bittersweet, it has minimal sugar and teamed with rolled oats and wholemeal flour, these cookies are packed with dietary fibre. I know you will love these as much as I do f...

These soft and crumbly cookies are made with rolled oats so are high in fibre and have no refined sugars so are great for the kids in their lunchbox or after school treat and they can be made gluten free. I love these with a cuppa for morning or afternoon tea and depending on time and ingredients you have at home, you can take a few shortcuts to whip these up in one bowl in 10 minutes! Enjoy!

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1 cup almond meal 

1 cup wholemeal flour (substitute with rice flour if gluten free)

1 cup roll...

My banana walnut loaf is healthy and delicious and will satisfy after dinner and late afternoon cravings. Easy to make and a great high fibre after school snack that the kids can help you make!

Walnuts are a rich source of fibre, antioxidants, and unsaturated fatty acids, particularly alpha linolenic acid, an omega-3 fatty acid. These are the nutrients that give walnuts stress and depression fighting properties and they even contain melatonin to help you sleep!

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1 3/4 cups wholeme...

These muffins are amazing, so easy to make and can be frozen for breakfast on the go whenever you need it. You can also have them with the kids for after school healthy snacking or for when you want something with your cup of tea.

My blueberry banana walnut muffins are sweetened only with maple syrup and have no refined sugars, animal fats or dairy so are vegan and vegetarian friendly. They are also made with wholemeal flour so are high in fibre and did I mention they are so delicious but so hea...

Mum was coming over so I needed something quick and yummy with a cuppa so I made my go to dark chocolate chip cookies.

When you make at home treats, they will always be better for you and your family with no preservatives, colourings or artificial flavourings and I always try to substitute nasty ingredients for something of a more wholefoods variety. Wholemeal flour and rolled oats add good fibre and the dark chocolate is loaded with anti-oxidants not to mention they taste delicious!

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