Everyone seems to have a bliss ball recipe and some are better than others! This one is a really simply recipe that can be used as a great base, you can add cacao nibs, 85% chocolate, dried berries, chopped nuts, peppermint oil, anything really. I love to add a little maca poweder to mine which is great for hormone health and adrenals.
Once you've given this a go a few times I am sure that you will figure your own style, I generally don't measure when making them for myself!
My gorgeous friend Julz gave me the recipe for this one, she told me I would absolutely love it and she is not wrong. It is perfect for anyone with a hankering for some thing rich and sweet whilst being on the nicer side of naughty!
So easy to make, cost effective and a nice fresh style meal for those hot nights, or lunches, or even breakfasts!
Now I can't quite remember where I got this recipe from, it was from a paleo site on facebook somewhere. It is so easy to make and incredibly delicious!
Now I can't quite take the credit for this recipe and I also don't remember where I got it from but it is brilliant!
Not being a fan of coconut yoghurt this is the best I have come across without dairy - yum!
In my house we like to make every meal delightful, using quality ingredients and lots of love this omlette is the most perfect start to the day (or for any time of the day infact!)
It might be the most fashionable way of eating at the moment but bone broth is something I have been hooked on for years. It is highly nutritious, great for healing the gut, a nice alternative to a cup of tea on a cold winters morning and it makes a great base for soups and other dishes. The best part about it is the amount of time it takes to prepare - 10 minutes, then you leave it for the day and its all done!
This quiche is super easy, doesn't take long to cook and is fun to prepare. It's another one of those recipes I've nabbed from a nutritionist friend of mine - April @ Red Rock Fitness, thanks April.
This spiced chai is another recipe that I fell in love with from my Ayurveda class, we had a lovely tutor - Hansa Rama and this recipe is hers. I tend to 10 x this recipe so there is some saved for later. I also use almond milk but don't add it until it is served.
We were given this recipe when studying Ayurveda, our lovely tutor showed us how to make this authentic meal. I find doubling the spices gives it that little more flavour. The great thing about this dish is it's so cheap and nutritious and easy to make.
Recipes to tempt your taste buds!