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Turkish Rose Chocolates Recipe. Raw, dairy free, gluten free, sugar free and guilt free! Chocolate that can boost your fat burning.

Turkish Rose Chocolates

I may have been partial to a Fry’s Turkish Delight bar or two in the past…there was something so tempting about that gooey rose centre. Turns out that was a gel of starch and sugar, coloured pink and filled with flavourings. Somehow not quite so appealing anymore. To get my rose + chocolate fix, it’s time to get in the kitchen. This one-bowl recipe is so simple and ready in under 40 minutes (including setting time) so you can kick back and enjoy a guilt-free substitute that’s sure to blow your {turkish} socks off.

The coconut oil base is fabulous for boosting your metabolism. It’s converted quickly by the body for fuel, rather than stored for later use. Chocolate that revs up your fat burning? You got it.

Chocolate Superfood Breakfast Bowl

Chocolate Superfood Breakfast Bowl

This week has been full of early mornings for me. These mornings require chocolate, and plenty of it (ladies listen up – this is your body calling out for a dose of magnesium). While I don’t recommend grabbing the nearest Hershey’s bar (urgh), there are plenty of healthy ways to get your chocolate fix…and this is one of them. Hallelujah.

Chocolate Protein Mini Muffins

Chocolate Protein Mini Muffins

*My muffins bring all the (gym) boys to the yard*

Need a healthy pick-me-up? These mini chocolate muffins are where it’s at. These babies are awesome for chocolate cravings, are sugar free (you’re sweet enough, right?) and are totally gluten + dairy free. Not only that, they’re boosted with additional protein, which acts as the building block for your bones and muscles. It’s also one of the only nutrients your body can’t produce itself, so you have to supply it with a steady stream throughout the day.

Biology not your thing? Basically, just eat these.

Chocolate & Cherry Mousse Pots

Chocolate & Cherry Parfait

You would be forgiven for thinking this velvety smooth chocolate cream would wreak havoc with your clean eating goals. However, this guilt free alternative is actually full of anti-oxidants and anti-inflammatory mono-saturated fats. It’s versatile too: try it spread on your favourite toast, use as a clean cake frosting or even fruit dip. Teamed with a layer of simple cherry Chia Jam, this will become a new favourite for entertaining. Impressive, simple and downright delicious.

Jaffa Protein balls

Jaffa Protein Balls

While I would love to gorge myself on a packet of Jaffa Cakes (the king of UK treats – look them up!), I would hate to know the list of ingredients. Living healthily means finding a balance of whole foods, while enjoying the taste of things you love, so here’s my replacement for the Jaffa Cake, and a fine one at that. Jaffa Protein Balls at the ready…


Supergreen Jellies

Sometimes it’s not easy to stomach a green smoothie first thing in a morning. While it’s awesome to have high-quality nutrients flood your body, it can be an unenjoyable taste experience when you’ve just risen. This recipe is offer a much more fun experience – and helps to get your kids to eat their greens too! Enjoy alone as a snack any time, or cube and add to breakfast bowls and salads. Can also be used as a jelly spread for your wholemeal toast! Move over refined sugar-laden marmalade.


Crispy Skinned Salmon with Lemon, Asparagus and Green Bean Salad

Did you know salmon is full of mood-boosting properties? It’s essential fatty acids (omega-3s) feed your brain essential nutrients that it cannot produce itself. Next time you’re feeling low, cook up a storm with this simple dish, and feel better in no time.


Superfood Caramel Cheezecake

Just because I love to please everyone, this ‘cheezecake’ recipe has no processed sticky cream cheese – perfect for anyone who is cutting down on their dairy intake. It is beautifully dense and creamy, full of protein, good fats and a whole lotta caramelly super powders to provide vitamins, iron and magnesium. It’s essentially medicine for the mind and body, so yes, you can have slice or two…guilt-free.


Broccoli and Cheese ‘Meatballs’

These faux meatballs are a vegetarians delight. Serve with a little vegetarian gravy and some wholemeal spaghetti, or store in the fridge for a savoury snack.


Chocolate Fruit Cups

These healthy chocolate cups take less than a minute to create and will make your dinner guests green with envy. You can prepare these in advance and keep in the freezer until you’re ready to eat. Fill with your favourite seasonal fruit and serve to the table of your adoring guests.