Buckwheat Granola

March 9, 2016

A nutritious on-the-go snack that is very simple & easy to prepare. A crispy granola that you must check out.

Buckwheat is no wheat – its a seed! And combined with other nuts and seeds (and the goodness of bananas), it makes for a nutrient rich preparation. Totally Superfood!


2 cups raw buckwheat groats

1.5 cups mixed seeds and nuts (here we have used pumpkin seeds and almond slivers)

1 cup coconut grated

2 teaspoon cinnamon powder

2 teaspoon ginger powder

1 ripe banana

2 tablespoons olive oil

2 tablespoons black jaggery (melted in water to pouring consistency)

Savory Oatmeal and Soft Cooked Egg

January 17, 2016
Savoury egg oatmeal
Serves 1
Prep time

This recipe gives a slightly different twist to the usual way that oatmeal is eaten as breakfast. I love to eat oatmeal for breakfast and I love to eat eggs for breakfast but never combined together so I wanted to give this recipe a try and I was pleasantly surprised.
Oats in general are a fantastic way to start off your day and keep you full until the afternoon. Oatmeal is high in fibre and protein giving you energy, benefiting your digestive system and great for weight loss. Eggs are also a good source of protein and help to fill you up also. The cheddar cheese and scallions add to the savoury taste of the recipe. I added in a tablespoon of raw honey as an option as I usually like a sweetness in my regular oatmeal so it worked well for me in this recipe also. This will all depend on your own personal taste.

Raw Gingerbread Balls

January 17, 2016
Raw ginger balls
Serves 18
Prep time

This energy filled and gluten free recipe is so easy and quick to create. With its combination of spices such as nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger and cloves, it is an ideal recipe for the colder months for their ability to build up the immune system and fight off infections such as cold and flus that are often rampant in colder weather.

Dates are a great source of fiber and energy and many vitamins and minerals. Oats and buckwheat flour are super nutritious and are high in fibre and protein boosting digestion and weight loss. Not only will you enjoy a tasty snack but you will also reap the benefits of this nutrient packed recipe.

No Bake Chocolate Macaroons

January 17, 2016
Serves 12
Prep time

This recipe is vegan, gluten-free, nut-free and grain-free. As the title implies it requires no baking and is a super healthy snack.
Made from chia seeds, cocount oil, cocoa powder and honey, it provides so many nutrients required for your daily diet. From the anti-oxidants sourced from Chia seeds to the antibacterial properties contained in coconut oil, this is a great recipe to boost your immune system. The banana, cocoa powder, dessicated coconut, honey and rock salt create a delicious sweet taste and also provides extra anti oxidants and minerals such as iron, potassium and zinc, crucial for a healthy heart and digestive system.

1/4 cup of honey is the guideline in the recipe as it creates a light sweetness but feel free to add more if needed depending on your personal taste.