Super Simple Vegan Chocolate Mousse

Vegan chocolate mousse

This velvety mousse is unbelievably easy to make. It's delicious and decadent but is made entirely from heart healthy ingredients.


Easy Peasy Peanut Butter Fudge

Vegan peanut butter fudge

This "fudge" is made from a handful of gloriously healthy products. It's super easy to make and is 100% raw. Free from dairy and refined sugars - the base of this delectable delight is coconut palm sugar and coconut oil, but like many recipes made using these ingredients it doesn’t taste coconuty, the coconut flavour is VERY subtle, it tastes like chocolate and peanut butter. Who knew vegan fudge could taste this good? Nom nom nom. Ingredients:


Dairy Free Truffles - No Refined Sugar

choc truffles

These are the absolute BEST vegan chocolate truffles, anywhere, ever! No one will guess they’re vegan as they’re not lacking in flavour or texture. They’re also super easy to make and fairly healthy as far as sweet treats go. Reading the ingredients list you’d imagine them to be really coconuty but they’re not. They basically taste of chocolate with a very subtle coconut flavour.

Mighty Chocolate Granola Recipe

chocolate granola

I love something sweet and crunchy in the morning but find the amount of sugar in most granolas off putting. Even the "healthy" ones are crammed full of sugar and are far too sweet, and why do none of them contain healthy protein?

I noticed nutritionist Sameera Howard posting granola ideas so thought instead of scouring the shop shelves and complaining I'd make one using our lovely ingredients. It turned out really delicious!


Hemp Protein Sugar Free Choc Truffles

Hemp truffles

These truffles pack a seriously powerful punch. They're raw, contain no sugar and are free from dairy. But let's not focus on what's not in them, lets look at what IS in them. These little flavour explosions are seriously energy boosting and are ideal as a post workout snack. They contain hemp powder, which is a complete protein, and is rich in omega 3 and 6. They're naturally sweetened with lacuma powder. Lacuma is an Andean fruit which tastes like a cross betwen sweet potato and maple syrup.

Sugar Free Beetroot Brownies

50g ground almonds
50g plain flour (Wheat or gluten free)
1 tsp baking powder
One medium sweet potato
4 tbl cacao
3 tbl beet powder
3 tbl coconut oil
1 egg
4 tbl honey, agave or maple syrup
1/3 cup orange juice
15 dates

Ultimate Energy Bites by Deliciously Ella

Here's one from Deliciously Ella's blog. She uses many of the powders we stock in her lovely recipes. Pop over to her blog to see loads more delicious stuff.

Raw Chocolate Mint Balls


9 medjool dates
1 tbl coconut oil
3 tbl cacoa powder
Pinch of salt
2 tbl cocoa nibs or small chunks of bitter chocolate
A few drops of peppermint oil
Cacoa powder for dusting

Sugar/Dairy Free Choc Chip "Ice Cream"

Mint choc ice cream from Wild Green Health

1 frozen banana (cut into chunks before sticking in the freezer)
2 sprigs mint (chocolate mint is best if you can find it!)
1 tbs raw cacao nibs
1 heaped tsp maca, lucuma or mesquite powder (optional)
1 - 2 tsp Marvellous Superfood powder

Raw Sugar Free Chocolate Bites

Raw choc balls


75g Linwoods milled flax, almond, walnut and brazil mix or your own combination of ground nuts and seeds
35g Rolled oats
125g Coconut oil
35g Raw cacao powder
35g Lacuma powder
65g Beetroot powder
1tsp Vanilla powder or sugar free essence
30g Dessicated coconut


Melt the coconut oil, add the cacao followed by all the other ingredients. Mould into balls about 1/2-1 tbl each. Toast the coconut and sprinkle over. Chill.