If you’re looking for a dairy-free, delicious chocolate dessert that still has a fabulous dinner party feel then this recipe will cater for all your dietary requirements. It's:
How to make dairy-free vegan chocolate mousse
Something magical happens with just a few simple ingredients. You don’t even need to melt any chocolate, it’s that simple.
It’s the perfect sugar-free, no-bake dessert that’s vegan and nut-free too. And it comes with heaps of health benefits.
Raw cacao is a rich source of antioxidants and polyphenols which help mop up inflammation in the gut. Avocado is full of vitamin E which is important for skin healing and essential fats which provide anti-inflammatory support. When it’s this healthy can it even be classed as dessert???
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You might also like to try this high-protein banana bread recipe or these Terry's Chocolate Orange inspired choco-orange energy balls.
Word has it you love those Grande Caramel Lattes and Pumpkin Spiced Creamy Mochas? And who could blame you?! But considering they’re laced with enough sugar, sweetener, caffeine and syrup to push an adrenalin-infused Christmas shopper to the edge, they’re really not friends to our gut, our mood, our anxiety or our waistlines.
So I came up with a delicious winter spiced latte of my own that will soothe your gut instead of sending you rushing to the loo or reaching for that Gaviscon. If you are trying to avoid or reduce your caffeine intake but love a hot milky drink, you'll love this!
It’s just a few simple ingredients and stars turmeric which gives it that beautiful golden colour. Turmeric is a bit of a celebrity when it comes to natural anti-inflammatory support. I’ve combined it with other warming anti-inflammatory spices like ginger and cinnamon too.
My turmeric latte recipe is entirely plant based, dairy-free and refined sugar-free. Have you tried a turmeric latte yet? (It's sometimes known as a Golden Latte).
If you're sensitive to caffeine (it makes you anxious or jittery or disrupts your sleep), or if you find coffee irritates your gut, give this a try!
You may also enjoy this soothing slippery elm smoothie recipe, especially if your gut is irritated and inflamed.
Ingredients for a Turmeric Latte
Recipe serves 2.
How to make a Turmeric Latte
Here's another gut soothing anti-inflammatory smoothie recipe you'll love: Soothing slippery elm smoothie.
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