Baking with vegetables! These nutrient dense muffins tick the box for healthy baking and are sugar, dairy and wheat free. The recipe can easily transform to be gluten free. They are low fuss, quick to make and fill the hunger gap nicely, giving you the sustenance of a mini meal.
This easy peasy choc bar recipe evolved out of pure laziness and the need for a chocolate fix. It had to be easy and quick to attend to my relentless choc craving NOW and I didn’t want the fuss of rolling individual bliss balls.
These Sugar and Nut free balls give you a Super high Protein boost and make a perfect on the go snack, after or before a work out and ideal for the kids lunch box, especially since many schools are nut free zones. These are also suitable for Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Paleo, Keto, Vegetarian and Vegans.
The benefits of making your own bliss balls instead of buying packet varieties mean you are in control of the sugar and salt content. This little treat is full of the good fats, omega-3 fatty acids and fibre. They are suitable for Gluten Free, Dairy Free and Vegans. With a touch of ginger spice they have ability to sooth digestion, reduce nausea and offer anti-inflammatory properties.
Gosh they are delicious and there are so many types available for all taste buds preferences. Natural raw food at its best and suitable for Vegan, Paleo, Gluten Free, Dairy free, preservative free, high fibre, high protein, non GMO. Well that’s what the packet say’s right? Not so fast.
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