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Chewy Goji Energy Bliss Balls

Do you sometimes reach mid-afternoon and feel like you could fall asleep where you sit? Even though you have good sleeping habits and thought you had slept well? That mid-afternoon slump is generally blood-sugar related, and for me, come 3pm and I could fall asleep where I stand or sit. That’s when it’s so easy …

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Raw Ferrero Bliss Balls Recipe

I discovered these hazelnut and chocolate beauties quite by accident. I was trying to make hazelnut flour but left the nuts going in the food processor for too long and ended up with hazelnut butter. I added cocoa powder and coconut oil and came up with a beautiful chocolate spread alternative, which has lasted for …

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Raw Lime Coconut Chocolate Bliss Balls

It’s Valentine’s Day next week, and while don’t particularly celebrate – not my choice, I love an occasion! – there’s no reason why I can’t treat myself with something tangy, sweet, smooth and delicious, while staying guilt free. I tested these on a few friends who were surprised when I revealed the lime. It’s not …

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Bliss Balls For Beginners

Bliss Balls for Beginners

Bliss Balls For Beginners offers 21 recipes to get you started on raw, healthy, good-for-you snacks loved by adults and children. They are fast, easy, no bake, no cook recipes that put treats on the table in under five minutes and keep in the cupboard for weeks. Dairy free, gluten free and sugar free options …

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Honey Dough Balls Recipe

It’s a Winnie the Pooh time of year again, which means pretty much any time is the time for a little something, so long as that something includes some honey! Knowing this, I made sure to stock up on honey this week, because come Winnie the Pooh Day, we’ll be having honey everything. For human children …

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Goji Almond And Sprouted Buckwheat *mostly* Raw Balls

These Goji, Almond and Sprouted Buckwheat balls are mostly raw, other than the choc chips. You can make your own coconut oil chocolate and then it’s completely raw! They can also be made nut free by swapping the almond meal for seeds like sunflower or pepitas. Other wise they are Vegan, Gluten free, Dairy free, …

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Healthy Chocolate Date Balls

There’s a brand of ‘chocolate’ bar that we love around here, but it’s pretty expensive. They put the ingredients and roughly the amounts on the back of the packaging though, so we’ve been trying to make them the same. I think we need some kind of cold pressing equipment to make them stick together as …

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Are You Ready To Get Back To Basics?

What is the Back to Basics Living Bundle? A group fof excellent bloggers in the cooking from scratch, homesteading, preparedness, sustainable DIY, natural remedies, homeschool, frugal living, and simple living communities put together their ebooks, courses, and printables together and are offering them at a 90% discount. The way it works is when you buy the bundle you …

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Five Healthy Valentines Day Recipes

Are you planning and plotting your Valentines day menus yet? Here’s a selection of some of our favourites including treats and healthy sweets. Good For You Chocolate Coconut Macaroons This is a brilliant recipe for children to get involved with, since it’s raw and doesn’t require any cooking. You need to melt the coconut oil, but you …

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Free! Thermomix Christmas Recipes e-book

I’m really excited to be able to share with you a little project I’ve been working on with some of my blogging friends: a free e-book with 16 of our favourite Christmas themed recipes.  And yes, I said a free e-book. This e-book contains sixteen recipes from Forking Foodie‘s Andrea, Jane from Why Is There Air, Kirrin from …

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