Reishi Coffee Crispie Cups

As a child I LOVED rice krispie treats and rice krispies in general. They’re so light, crunchy, sweet and the rice krispies themselves are very versatile. Besides that, they talk to you when you pour milk over them. :) Now, we all know that rice krispies aren’t healthy, but something that works rather well as a substitute are buckwheaties. Simply soaking, lightly sprouting and drying buckwheat results in the same light, crunchy texture. If … [Read more...]

Popcorn Peanut Butter Brittle

In the interest of making it easy to be healthy, I bring you one of the simplest recipes on my site. If you don't feel like making chocolate from scratch, you can simply use your fav raw ( or cooked ) chocolate bar. Alternatively, try using 75% paste/mass/liquor and 25% cacao butter for a very dark, sweetener free chocolate. These little shards of brittle are really easy to bring with you to the movies, on a picnic, or to a posh dinner party. … [Read more...]

Mini Coffee Crunch Layer Cakes

This chocolate cake is as similar to cooked cake as I have managed to create thus far. It's rich, soft and much lighter than any nut based cakes I've ever made or tasted. The mocha frosting is a well loved, tried and true recipe that I have messed around with for several years now and it's like magic against the darkness of the cake. Chocolate Covered Coffee Bars add the most lovely texture to the cake without overdoing it or ruining the … [Read more...]

Raw Tim Tams

In a recent chat I was having with an Aussie friend, she suggested that I make some classic Australian desserts in raw format. Now, I love a challenge, you see, and, yeah, I'll be the first to admit that I am very competitive. What I love about this though, is that it's self competitive and it challenged me to create something in raw form that I have actually never eaten before. So, needless to say, I was very pleased with the resulting recipe. … [Read more...]

Raw Strawberry Almond Granola Bars

As a child, I loved granola bars, especially the ones with the chocolate coating. I'd eat the chocolate coating and then the rest of the bar was, like, second best...no shocker as to why I became a chocolatier! :) But these bars themselves are so amazing that you don't even need the chocolate... however, let's be honest in saying everything benefits from chocolate. These bars use a couple of past recipes I shared with you, the Maple Oat … [Read more...]