We all love banana bread, but sometimes it can be tricky to find healthy or allergy friendly options! This recipe doesn’t use any eggs or nuts, and also replaces sugar with honey, which has a lower GI value and therefore doesn’t raise blood sugar levels as quickly.
If you have a sweet tooth, this is the perfect treat without overindulging! The caramel is cleverly made from dates, and the recipe also uses natural cashew butter and dark chocolate, which are both healthier alternatives compared to other butter and chocolate options.
This recipe is vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and egg-free. The nut butter options can be changed dependent on any nut allergies e.g. swap to almond butter.
The perfect immune system booster. Combining the saltiness of miso with the sweetness of a sweet potato, makes for a delicious taste sensation and the miso fermentation helps to improve the body’s ability to digest and absorb foods, so you get the full nutritional value from the sweet potato.
This is a great addition to any BBQ or you could have it on its own for a healthy lunch or dinner. It’s packed with vegetables and packed with flavour!
Who doesn’t love an easy no-bake dessert – and this one is healthy too! Dates are a great alternative to processed sugar, and their stickiness is perfect in combination with the nuts and coconuts for the crust, while the avocado creates a delicious creamy filling.
Bring a burst of colour to your plate with our Quinoa and Spring vegetable Slaw. This slaw has a heartier twist than regular slaw and is full of great flavours and textures! The kale and broccoli keep it crisp and crunchy (great for leftovers the next day!).
Roasted Brussels sprouts and sweet potato is a perfect side dish with lots of colours and flavours, rich in fibre. But for that extra something special, add a little cinnamon, not only for the added flavour but as a source of antioxidants.
Start the day strong with this whole grain Breakfast bowl bursting with Mushroom and Eggs.
The combination of textures with the red wine vinegar dressing is what makes this lighter bowl sing. Perfect for the early bird or serve as brunch on a lazy weekend.
Who’d have thought that brownies would be considered healthy? The secret with this recipe is using sweet potatoes, a superfood, which give the brownies both flavour and a great fudge texture. The raspberries add a tartness to balance the natural sweetness of the brownies.