Raw Chocolate Mousse & Peanut Butter Cakes

Oh goodness. Life has unfortunately taken over these past few weeks so I apologise for my lack of yummy recipes, however my newest creation will make up for it! There’s really no better team than chocolate & peanut butter. One of my favourite all time recipes is Chocolate & Peanut Butter Bars (in the ‘Recipes’ page) so to combine lush chocolate mousse over a delicious peanut butter base is quite…

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Mint Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Balls

These images were quite a struggle to take. Firstly, I made 2 batches of these mint chocolate cookie dough balls and they disappeared in record time before I had a chance to style them beautifully for the blog. Once my sister and my friend and I got our hands on these, it was safe to say we weren’t going to stop until not even one was left visible on the…

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Chia, Banana & Walnut Loaf with Banana Cream

There’s always an excuse for cake. But one with chia seeds, banana and walnuts? Well gee, you could just eat it whole and call it a day. With great nutritional benefits, there’s nothing to feel guilty about when consuming this moist loaf. Combined with the natural sweetness from bananas, the team of flavours work wonderfully together with crunchy chia seeds mixed through the batter for the ideal ‘banana bread’ substitution….

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Chocolate Lamington Cake Pops

Cake pops seem to be the new craze – and I can see why. A small, appropriate serving of cake (if you stop at one, that is) deliciously decorated with an array of colourful and creative ingredients. There’s nothing not to love about these tiny pops of cake. Lamington cake is one of my favourites, and when I was creating this recipe I came up with the idea to drizzle…

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Raspberry Jam Donuts

There’s nothing more delicious than taking the first bite into a warm, sugar-coated jam donut. As your teeth bite into the soft centre, your tongue is delighted with a sweet, berry taste and suddenly the donut becomes a whole lot better. I mean really, who doesn’t love donuts?! So many of my childhood memories are eating mini cinnamon donuts at Donut King; although I have barely touched them through my…

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Blueberry Tarts

I know it’s a little early to get excited – but it is starting to feel like Spring is amongst us in Melbourne and I wanted to celebrate this much anticipated weather by creating something fruity and colourful. Unfortunately the sunnier season is still a month away, but this lovely creation will make you feel as though a tiny piece of summer has returned. These gorgeous blueberry tarts are vibrant,…

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Chocolate Cookie Cake

  Earlier this year, my best friend made me a gorgeous cookie cake for my birthday that read ‘Happy Birthay.’ Spelling mistake aside (sorry Re), this was a thoughtful and delicious way to make my day extra special and I decided to recreate the cake in a clean version, of course. This recipe is exactly the same as my Clean Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies recipe only with a different…

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Nutella Filled Vanilla Bean Cupcakes

  There’s nothing quite like the first bite into a spongy vanilla cupcake. Kids beg their parents for one when they pass their local bakery. Adults treat themselves to one, maybe two at a time at a high tea with friends. Girls celebrate their birthdays with them frosted and displayed beautifully on a multiple tiered platter. The occasions for cupcakes are endless… but what if the centre of each vanilla…

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Scones with Raspberry Jam and Coconut Cream

Recently I have been reminiscing quite a lot about high tea (totally normal for me to be dreaming about food) as I have visited the Langham High Tea twice in my 23 years of life and successfully consumed as much dessert into my belly as physically possible. Last year, my best friend and I surprised my other two best girlfriends with an unlimited high tea, and one of my favourite…

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Superfood Cacao and Goji Berry Truffles

Ahh the winter blues, or should I say, the winter flu? There’s nothing worse than feeling ill on a chilly Melbourne Sunday, so it’s best to fill your body with nutrients and eat foods that help boost your immune system.  If you’re one of the lucky ones living in a sunny place, don’t worry – these truffles can still be enjoyed while fanning yourself on a sunbed. Cacao and goji…

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Hot Nutella and Banana Crepes

It’s that time of year where everyone around you is embarking on a journey to Europe. My time was two years ago and one of my favourite memories was ordering Nutella Crepes after a very long night out in Mykonos in the local village. Walking on the white cobbled stones through the town full of excited youths at 7am to find an ice cream shop serving crepes wasn’t a difficult…

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Raw Coffee and Cacao Nib Cheesecake

Sorry I haven’t been posting as frequently as usual; I have been quite busy working on an exciting new blog post for a website showing the calorie differences between my desserts and unhealthy desserts – and there is quite a significant difference –  stay tuned! Back to cheesecake – I mean, who doesn’t love cheesecake? It’s the best. And the fact that you can whip up a raw/vegan one makes…

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