Berries and Coconut Cream treat recipe

Berries and Coconut Cream treat recipe

This simple yet delicious treat is just what you need to pamper yourself on a nice summer afternoon!   Ingredients: Berries (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, etc) Handful almonds (roast and crush the almonds for added flavour!) Handful shredded coconut (optional, adds texture and coconut-iness) 1/4 cup coconut cream 1/2 tsp vanilla extract   Instructions: Mix berries in a bowl, throw in a handful of almonds and shredded coconut. In a separate bowl whisk half a teaspoon of vanilla extract into thick coconut cream. Pour over berries. Now all you need is a spoon and a good...
Chocolate Almond Milk Recipe

Chocolate Almond Milk Recipe

Here’s a (grownup) chocolaty twist on almond milk – not too sweet, delightfully nutty and utterly refreshing!   Ingredients: 1 1/4 cup almonds 1l water 2 tbsp raw organic cacao powder 2 dates, pitted 1 tsp natural vanilla extract   Instructions: Remove pits from dates and throw all ingredients into the blender. Blend on full blast for a couple of minutes, until all the almonds have blended in entirely. Pour the liquid through a fine mesh, cheesecloth or sieve to remove any remaining pieces of almond & enjoy! Store in fridge and it should keep for 4 days. Also, this chocolate version tends to separate a bit in the fridge (which the plain almond version didn’t do at all), so you might want to store it in a container/bottle that is easy to shake before pouring.   Tip: if you want to make a refreshing cool drink for immediate consumption, add 1/2 of the water in as ice.    ...
Homemade almond milk

Homemade almond milk

  Quick an easy recipe to make your own delicious homemade almond milk. Pour it on your fruit salad, add cacao powder or drink as such – this refreshing drink will surely be one of our favourites this summer!   Ingredients: 250g almonds 1l water 2 pitted dates 1 tsp vanilla extract   Instructions: Place ingredients into a high-speed blender and blend until creamy (about 30 seconds to one minute). Strain through a muslin or fine sieve and store the milk in the fridge. It will keep for about four days.   Teresa Cutter‘s recipe, originally found in this SMH article....