If you love cookies as much as we do; especially the type that are gooey and full of chunky choc pieces - oh, and are just as nutritious as they are delicious, then this is the recipe for you.
If you have read our blog on Iron & B12 on a plant based diet, you are likely familiar with the idea the chickpeas, amongst other lentils and legumes are a wonderful source of Iron. Adding them into sweet treats gives our traditional faves an extra boost of nutrition without compromising on taste.
Are you looking for a healthy dessert that is packed with immune supporting antioxidants, gut loving fibre and is low in sugar?
If so, you need to try these dietitian-approved strawberry and orange oat crumbles! They are gooey and crunchy at the same time (who knew!), incredibly delicious and made entirely from whole foods.
They are super simple to make and are the perfect afternoon or after dinner sweet treat.
This delicious Sweet Potato, Chickpea, Avocado & Kale Salad is full of gut-loving fibre to feed all of that beneficial bacteria in your tummy! It contains a healthy dose of prebiotics, an abundance of antioxidants and is 100% plant-based to keep your digestive system thriving and regular. It's simple, dietitian-approved...
There is no doubt that a KOJA peanut butter bar makes for the perfect between meal snack, but I think we can all agree that mixing up our sweet treat makes morning or afternoon tea all the more exciting, right?
Our Dietitian Millie has created these delicious low sugar passionfruit bliss balls that are made entirely from whole food ingredients (of course)!
Hop into your Easter long weekend with these low sugar Hot Cross Buns Dough:1. 4 & 1/4 cups of wholemeal all purpose flour, sifted 2. 1 tbsp of dried yeast 3. 1 cup of lukewarm milk of your choice 4. 50g of melted butter 5. 1 egg6. 4 tbsp of rice malt syrup7. 2...