Crock Pot Apple & Quinoa Porridge

1 1/2 cups dry quinoa1/2 cup steel cut oats3 cups water3 cups almond milk unsweetened2 apples diced1/4 cup coconut sugar1 T cinnamon1 T ground ginger This porridge is great because you can set it all up the night before, meaning you don’t have to think about a healthy, delicious breakfast in the morning! Place all ingredients in slow cooker and stir well. Set on low and leave overnight (6-8 hours). Once cooked, stir well before serving. To serve, add more milk and top with yoghurt, chopped nuts or whatever you enjoy. Serves 8 but will keep in the fridge and
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Mocha Chip Cookies

These gluten free biscuits are simple and easy to whip up when you’re on the hunt for an afternoon snack – plus they bake in under ten minutes so not long to wait! They are also pretty forgiving if you need to swap out an ingredient or two and chances are if you do a bit of wholefood baking, you’ll have everything on hand. Ingredients 2 1/2 C almond meal 1/2 tsp bicarb soda 1/2 tsp sea salt 120g butter, softened 1/3 C coconut sugar (or your choice of sweetener) 1 tsp vanilla powder or essence 3 Tbsp raw cacao
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Homemade Guacamole

As served on the Soul Spa events and the easiest quick snack to prepare. Serves 4 2 ripe avocados 1 lime, juiced Sea salt Freshly ground black pepper Fresh coriander leaves Chilli if you like a bit of zing Finely chop chilli and coriander on a board, then add the avocado flesh (spoon or squeeze it out), juice of the lime, salt and pepper to taste. Chop everything together until desired consistency. Serve in a bowl with crudités or scatter some corn chips on the board and eat right away! Print friendly version
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Homemade Hummus

1 tin organic chick peas – drained 1 clove garlic or more if you like 2 Tbsp organic tahini Juice of large lemon 1 tsp sea salt 2 Tbsp cold pressed olive oil 3 Tbsp chopped coriander Place all ingredients into a Thermomix or similar and mix to desired consistency. If you need to add liquid to make thinner you could save a little from the chick peas or add a bit more lemon depending on the taste you desire. Serve with vege sticks or crackers of your choice. Make a double batch and keep in fridge for lunches: it’s
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Chocolate Bounty Bars

The May Flower Blue Moon Soul Spa was special as we were directly under the influence of the full moon. We enjoyed the nourishment of Chocolate Bounty Bars at morning tea time which, contrary to what the name might suggest, were packed with powerful antioxidants from the chocolate. The dates provided a good source of iron, nuts for protein, vitamin E and healthy saturated fats for good heart health and zinc to boost the immune system. Eaten with gusto and guilt free! 90 g macadamia nuts 90g cashews 100g shredded coconut 4-6 medjool dates (I used only 4 as I
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