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Coconut Crunch Bliss Balls

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I’ve posted a recipe for healthy snowballs made from dates and coconut before but this recipe is a variation of the standard date bliss balls using coconut crunch (aka roasted coconut chips). The larger texture of coconut chips added a different texture to these bliss balls, which I quite enjoyed!

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Healthy Baked Beans

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Baked beans are probably one of the most popular foods in Britain, but unfortunately the tinned varieties usually consumed are laden with sugar and other undesirable ingredients.

It doesn’t have to be this way! Just follow my recipe and make your own…

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Courgette Crust Pizza

If I’m honest I never used to like pizza that much so giving it up when I started real foods was not a big problem. There used to be a time when even the thought of pizza would make me feel ill.

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Elderflower and Rhubarb Kombucha

I love experimenting with different flavors for kombucha.

Flavored kombucha is such a great healthy substitute for pop and the second fermentation process also makes it more bubbly and nutritious. Try this elderflower and rhubarb kombucha for a sweet and tangy summer drink!

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Elderflower Kombucha

Elderflower kombucha tastes just like elderflower cordial and is one of my favorite second ferments. Second fermenting your kombucha is a great way to recreate your favorite pop without the junk. It makes the kombucha more bubbly and even more delicious!

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All About Kombucha

Kombucha is a fermented beverage made out of tea and sugar. Sounds like some pretty unhealthy ingredients but the end result is actually brimming with health benefits.

The tea and sugar are fermented with the help of a so called SCOBY (symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast). SCOBYs look like some kind of giant mushroom and are therefore also referred to as kombucha mushroom. The bacteria and yeasts in the scoby eat the sugar and tea which creates a sour tasting and carbonated drink that reminds me of cider (mmm)!

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