– 1/2 carton of Natural RawC coconut water (or just sub for dairy free milk/water)
– 1/2tsp cinnamon
– 2 tsp coconut sugar
– 1/2tsp mesquite or maca powder
– 1 apple, peeled & chopped
– 2 frozen bananas
– dairy free milk to blend
● Blend it all in a blender & serve!
1/2 cup oats, soaked in 1/2 cup water for an hour minumum.
1 small zucchini, grated
1 tsp chiaseeds
2-3 tsp coconut sugar
2 tsp cacao powder
dash of cinnamon
● add 1/2 cup or so of water to a small pot & add everything else, cook on medium heat adding dairy free milk to keep a good consistency.
● once it’s cooked stir through 2 tsp of cacao powder, check for sweetness & add more coconut sugar if necessary.
● OPTIONAL: add 1 tsp maca powder
So warming.. so autumn-y.. even though it’s spring here in Australia, but at least for some people in the world this oatmeal recipe is perfectly season themed!
– 1 cup rolled oats
– 1/2 grated zucchini or 1 small zucchini, grated
– 3 tsp cinammon (or less if your not a fan)
– 2 tsp chia seeds
– 2 or 3 tsp coconut sugar
– 1 small banana
– 1 large apple, peeled
– 1 large banana
– 1 small apple, peeled
it really just depends on the size of your fruit.
note: i use pink lady apples… the best!
– i like to soak my oats as it assists with digestion & they also cook faster. i normally keep some in my fridge with my grated zucchini ready for the next day or two (organisational skills on fleeeeek!) but overnight is fine, but this is also optional.
– add 1 cup of water to a pot & then add the oats, grated zucchini, chia seeds, coconut sugar, cinnamon & banana & cook on medium or medium-high adding some dairy-free milk of choice when necessary to achieve desired consistency & creaminess.
– while the oats are cooking, add just under 1 cup of water to another small pot with the chopped apple, sprinkle some cinnamon on top, you can add some coconut sugar if you wish, but it’s pretty sweet by itself. bring it to the boil and cook until soft and the liquid is gone. if you run out of liquid, you can add more water so the apples don’t stick or burn.
– serve oatmeal, i add some maca powder to my oatmeal as it’s a natural energy booster & hormone balancer, but this is optional. top with the cooked apples & some raw buckwheat or walnuts are a great addition for some crunch!
Serves one high carb vegan, but probably would serve two people otherwise 😉
i decided to try something different for work snacks this week, but you know me.. simple is how i roll!
these babies have 2 main ingredients & then you can customise them to suit your prefrences!
perfect for school or work lunchboxes, a 3pm pickup or to have a few for breakfast!
● the two ingredients:
– 2 ripe bananas, mashed really well
– 2 cups rolled oats
● optional & customisable ingredients
– 1 tbsp @coconutmagic coconut sugar
– 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
– 1/4 cup @coconutmagic coconut flakes
– 2 tbsp raw buckwheat/buckinis
– 1/2 cup chopped strawberries
(other ideas: raisins, dates, nuts, seeds, other dried fruit, chia seeds)
Preheat oven to 180°C
Combine the ingredients together in a bowl.
Line a brownie tin with baking paper & pour the mixture in. pop in the oven for 30-35 minutes until cooked through.
Allow to cool before slicing into 6 bars.
Have a hankering for some cereal? Have no muesli left?
Step One: puffed brown rice, raw rolled oats, buckinis/raw buckwheat, hemp or chia seeds, shredded coconut, cinnamon, @coconutmagic coconut sugar & goji berries… mix it all up in a bowl.
Step Two: sliced banana & some sliced fresh strawberries, pop it on top of the bowl of muesli.
Step Three: if you desire (you know you wsnt too!) top with desicated coconut, more @coconutmagic coconut sugar, hemp seeds & some goji berries.
Step Four: blend 1 banana with some (about 250ml-ish) vanilla @almondbreezeaus (or dairyfree milk of choice) and pour it on top!
No measurements, just super quick & easy delicious muesli!
1 banana sliced in half
● heat a small pan to medium – low heat with a splash of water (like, 1 tsp. enough so the banana doesn’t stick)
● add the banana halves & sprinkle some coconut sugar on top.
● gently turn the banana halves over, they will be soft! and cook for a few seconds more & you can add more coconut sugar if you wish as well.
● serve oatmeal in a bowl & top it with the caramelised bananas & some coconut sugar.
be careful with the caramelised bananas as they will be super soft!
Why not get your bake on this weekend & make some guilt free banana bread! It’s vegan, high carb, low fat & free of refined sugar, gluten, oil & nuts. It’s super easy & simple with only a few ingredients!
● preheat the oven to 180°C
– 2 cup oat flour (ground rolled oats)
– 1/2 cup gluten free plain flour
– 1 tbsp baking powder
– 1 tsp cinnamon
– 1/4 cup @jimalie_coconut_ products coconut sugar
● combine the above in a bowl and then combine the following in a food processor or a separate bowl.
– 4 ripe bananas
– 1 cup @naturalrawc coconut water or dairy free milk of choice
● then add the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients and combine well (either in the food processor or a bowl).
● pour mixture into a lined loaf tray. i spray mine with oil & then line it with baking paper. the oil helps the baking paper to stick.
● bake in the oven for 40 – 45 minutes, when cooked through.
● cool in the tin for 10 minutes before removing the loaf onto a cooling rack.
● slice when cooled and you can store the slices in sealed containers in the fridge.