A crunchy and nutty base, a sweet and creamy blueberry layer and a subtle hint of citrus – a winning combination in this summery cheesecake. The colours are so pretty it looks stunning as part of any Summery spread and being raw, it’s so quick and easy to prepare.
We can often over do it on grains during the festive season and sometimes need a lower carb option. These paleo mince pies will help you into the festive season without the bloat. If you can’t eat egg but can handle grains, please type Gluten Free and Vegan Mince Pie recipe in the search bar for an alternative recipe.
It might be a little cliché to make mince pies in December, but who can help it when they bring with them such a festive spirit! It can be tough for those with food intolerances around this time of year so I have created a gluten free and egg free recipe so you don’t have to miss out. If you can eat egg but are grain free, please type Gluten Free Paleo Mince Pie recipe in the search bar for an alternative recipe.
Chocolate and orange make a wonderful combination…who doesn’t love a Terry’s? This delicious dessert offers a densely flavoured chocolate mousse topping with a citrus zing, supported by a crunchy base of nuts and buckwheat groats, sweetened only with dates. Perfect for a dinner party as it can be made in advance and healthy too!
I love chocolate but for those of us who cannot tolerate eggs and/or dairy, most chocolate mousses are just a dream…until now. This recipe makes a delicious and light mousse and not only that it uses an ingredient that most of us would pour away without a second thought…’aquafaba’ or ‘bean water’. The liquid that is drained from a can of beans or chickpeas whips up perfectly and provides a great egg replacement. Now those of us who have been hankering for a chocolate mousse but have not been able to can finally indulge from time to time like everybody else!