|Coconut Fudge with Edible Flowers (Nut free, Grain free)|
Friday, 27 June 2014
I saw a gorgeous recipe with some edible flowers in some butter online and wanted to do something similar but only could think of fudge! So here I have some nut free, grain free & refined sugar free Coconut fudge with edible flowers, you can use any edible flowers (organic if possible). You should be able to find them at your local organic store or farmers market. The colourful petals within the white coconut fudge creates a really pretty effect if you want something to impress your guests with! I had to fight the hubby off so I had some fudge left to photograph, so this recipe is definitely a winner! If you don't have access to any organic edible flowers you can leave them out and just make a plain coconut fudge.
Tuesday, 24 June 2014
I love going to my favourite organic store and checking out their discount veggie section at the back of the store, most of the produce is still in excellent condition with the herbs just needing to be trimmed and placed in water to be revitalised, and the zucchini is as fresh as the full price ones, only that the larger unwanted zucchini's are moved to the back. So I picked up a bunch of beautiful parsnips recently and decided to spice them up with some turmeric and chilli.
|Turmeric Spiced Parsnip Chips (Baked)|
Tuesday, 3 June 2014
Raw Kelp noodles are a staple item in our pantry, they are so easy to prepare with no cooking needed and are a perfect addition to any asian style salad. They have a crunchy texture without any strong taste, low carb and full of trace minerals. Made from kelp (a sea vegetable) and extracts from brown seaweed, it's a great replacement over rice noodles. You can also heat them up in broths and soups. I love just mixing them up with some thinly cut vegetables and some fermented cultured carrots. It takes no time to prepare either as you only have to rinse them in cold water straight from the package.
|Raw Kelp Noodle salad with Fermented Cultured Veggies|