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Warming Quinoa Porridge

As the winter is fast approaching (or if you live in Ireland like us, then it never left us!) comfort foods must be making a hasty return to your weekly menu. To help you ease back into colder months here's a quick porridge to try. A spoonful of hulled hemp seeds, dairy-free coconut cream and blueberries are delicious toppings for this porridge too.

Avocado, Sprouted Bean & Tomato Open Sandwich

This is such a tasty lunch or afternoon snack, that's it worth mentioning. It's simple too with ingredients that are usually part of a healthy kitchen like ours and hopefully yours. Trust us you'll have it as one of your favourites. 

Carrot, Apple & Celery Juice

For a more refreshing taste, you can freeze the coconut water in ice cube trays and use the coconut ice cubes the next morning in your juice.

Sweet Potato Crisps

Make room in your dehydrator when you're making a batch of dried foods for these so they are at the ready to use when needed.

These sweet potato crackers are so simple to make too, sometimes we dip them in homemade dried vegetable stock as they are wettish when they come out of the food processor. Definitely a handy alternative for you if you're tired of using crackers when you're snacking on hummus. 



Pineapple & Raspberry Crumble

Lately I've been relying on crumbles for breakfast. I view them as warming smoothies! being in the depths of ill-health lately I was glad crumbles were an option as a nourishing no fuss food. They fitted the bill as they are easy to make and last a few days for breakfast.

Easy Almond & Coconut Truffles

If you're away from home and in need of a healthy treat here's one to try. You just need a mini-processor and the regular gear you'd have even in a sparsely equipped kitchen. I always try to have a mini-processor as it's easy to whip up treats. 

Let us know if you like it. 


Easiest Peanut Truffles You'll Ever Make!

As you may know I make my own raw chocolates. Every now and then I whip up a few batches to keep me going. Pure indulgent I know but very handy. 

But, there's always a but isn't there? the whole process can take a while. So one day in desperation I rustled up these tasty vegan treats. Wasn't sure they'd work, but was oh so pleased when they did. You'll laugh at how easy they are so I do hope you'll give them a try. 

We give an easy DIY chocolate recipe for the coating. If you prefer just melt a dark chocolate you like and coat away. 

Falafels with spiced sesame cream

I've relied on these falafels lately so I'm hoping you like them too. Now they do crumble once you cut into them. I've no problem with this as I went for full on taste. I like the crumble effect. If it bothers you be sure fire them into a bread roll you can eat or into lettuce leaves. If you're using the latter try and find baby cos as it works best with this. Otherwise if you're like myself and use your hands, two bites and they're gone.

A Gorgeous Irish Blog!

We were chuffed on St. Patrick's Day for our friends at HildabyDesign alerting us to this beautiful review on Apartment Therapy "Through Irish Eyes: 5 Gorgeous Blogs from Ireland". A huge thanks to them and especially author Tess Wilson for choosing our blog among so many gorgeous blogs:).

Nibble Feast: Crispy Coconut 'Bacon'

Now here's the thing what to do when you fancy crispy indulgence with a healthy twist. Don't say go on have a few carrot sticks and be quiet with ya. Imagine it's Friday night you've both been working hard all week and want to break out of the shackles? Ok so we're not working in dungeons but don't tell me you don't understand. Instead of grabbing for the take-away menu why not have a few tasty snacks prepared the night before and have a Nibble Feast?