Candied Hazelnut Cupcake with Chocolate Frosting

Cake: 100g Nut flour 150g Hazelnuts, soaked overnight, rinsed and dehydrated 75g Coconut sugar 1 tsp Ground cinnamon 30g Water Pinch Salt Frosting: 150g Cashews - soaked and rinsed 225g Water or nut milk 100g powdered coconut sugar 1 tsp Vanilla extract or powder 75g Chocolate powder 70g Cacao butter - melted Method: For the cake: Pulse the hazelnuts until they reach a crumb consistency. Add the remaining dry … [Read more...]

Raw Golden “Milk”

This beverage is especially beneficial for stiff joints and provides a source of lubrication for the entire system. Turmeric was used thousands of years ago, and still is used today in Hindu religious ceremonies. The spice is believed to improve fertility. It’s a good antioxidant, great for the immune system and wonderful for egg health. It is recommended by the creator of this original drink (which calls for dairy milk), Yogi Bhajan, that the … [Read more...]

Omega Buzz

A true power house of a smoothie and great for an afternoon “pick me up and keep me going till dinner.” or as a meal replacement. Bee Pollen is a good source of vegan protein and helps promote a regular menstrual cycle and blood flow. It also contains B vitamins and minerals which are helpful for fertility. Hemp Seeds are a good source of both Omega 3 and 6 essential fatty acids. Blue Green Algae will give your immune system a boost and will … [Read more...]

Supercharged Sweet Potato & Spice Smoothie

This smoothie is thick, luxurious and has the taste and consistency of Egg Nog without all the nasty stuff; Not to mention all the health and fertility benefits - Almonds are a great source of essential fatty acids, zinc, folic acid and vitamin E. Sweet Potato is a wonderful source of safe vitamin A and is hormone regulating. Linseed oil is brilliant for your daily dose of Omega 3 essential fatty acid. Cinnamon will assist with regulating your … [Read more...]

Raw Pumpkin Pie with Mocha Syrup and Nutmeg Cream

I love the change of seasons and Autumn is one of my favourites as it brings with it a wide variety of squash; From the more common Spaghetti and Butternut Squash to the less well know Carnival or Turks Turbin Squash each has it’s own distinctive flavours, some such as Red Kuri or Kabocha, with richer flavour than others, such as Spaghetti or Acorn Squash. The main squash used in the recipes to follow are Kabocha and Red Kuri as their flesh is … [Read more...]