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Blend the following…..
*3tbs Chocolate Vital Greens Pea Protein
*2 tsp Mesquite Powder
*1 tsp Maca Powder
*1 cup of Almond Milk
Rhubarb Crumble is a delicious autumn treat. Rhubarb has high levels of calcium, lutein (supports eye and skin health), Vitamin K and antioxidants
To make this healthy version you will need the following:
*Rhubarb cut into chunks
*A couple of tea spoons of Natvia
Place the rhubarb, natvia and 1/2-1 cup of water in a pan. Cook rhubarb until soft.Place rhubarb into ramekins. Mix spelt flour with butter to forma the crumble. Cover the rhubarb with the crumble mixture and cook in the over for approx 15mins.
For the freshest, best tasting and free of nasties pasta….make your own!
You will need
- 2 cups spelt flour
- 3 eggs, at room temperature
- 1 pinch salt
Sift the flour and salt.
Beat the eggs
Make a well in the flour and then stir in the eggs
Finish mixing with hands and then knead on a lightly floured surface. Knead until the mixture comes together
Cover in cling wrap and allow to rest for 20 minutes.
Roll with a pasta press or rolling pin.
To make the sauce seen here, roast a variety of vegetables in the oven. Heat a tin of diced tomatoes in a pot on the stove with garlic and basil mixed through. Once hot, add the roast vegetables and cook for a couple of minutes.
It’s easy to make a healthy version for a delicious snack.
Combine the following in a bowl to a batter consistency
- Buckwheat flour
- An egg
- Shredded coconut
- Peanut butter
- Quinoa flakes
- Almond meal
- Almond milk
Also try by starting with a buckwheat flour base and trying different ingredients such as cacao, mesquite, coconut oil, lime, spelt flour, flaxseed, chia, cinnamon etc.!
There’s so many different sweeteners out there, here is the low down!
|Honey is packed with vitamins and antimicrobial benefits. It has more kilojoules then sugar but is sweeter and requires you to use less of it. Honey generally has a medium GI rating depending on the variety meaning that it doesn’t cause a sudden spike in your blood sugar level.
|Coconut sugar comes from the sap of the coconut, has a low GI rating and is full of vitamins and minerals.
|Molasses is a by-product of the sugar production process. It is a good source of iron and calcium and is sweeter then sugar.
|Stevia is super sweet and is made from the stevia plant. Its low GI and is a great replacement for sugar in baking
Rice Malt Syrup
|Made from combining enzymes with rice and cooking it until it becomes a syrup. Consists of complex carbohydrates and is low GI.
|Agave nectar or syrup is low GI, easily digested and contains essential vitamins and minerals. There has been some controversy around this product but aim for using a dark coloured agave syrup which has had minimal processing and contains its full nutritional value.
Roast Vegetables with Tri Quinoa (Black, Red & White)
Black rice balls with salad and lime dressing
Slice made from dates, pepitas, almonds, coconut oil, cinnamon, apple cider vinegar and goji berries
Scrambled eggs with kale pesto, avocado on rye and sourdough toast, with tomato and spinach
Buckwheat and coconut pancakes topped with lime juice and, natvia and shredded coconut
Like to garden and would love to pick something fresh to make a delicious tea?
Try these plants:
- Calming, good for the stomach and coughs
- Promotes restful sleep, aids digestion, soothes coughs and colds
- Reduces and soothes respiratory system complaints, supports detoxification of the body
- Reduces fever, good for the fevers, reduces cold and flu
- Supports digestion, eases stomach upsets, reduces severity of colds
Millet is one of the most nutritious grains available and is high is protein and low in starch.
Millet is round and golden and cooks in 8-10 minutes. Toasting it before boiling will create extra flavour. It can be used as a replacement for rice, use to make porridge or try using it to make mini patties as a substitute for hamburgers.
There is a great recipe here: Savory Millet Cakes