Tag Archives: Dessert

Caramel Panna Cotta

panna cotta

This recipe can be served as sweet treat dessert or a yummy afternoon snack. You can try different flavours and feel free to add berries or some banana to up the nutrient profile.

Gelatine is a great source of protein and contains amino acids both of which help to heal the gut wall and lining, making for a happy tummy. Optimising your gut health can help with nutrient absorption, speed up weight loss, prevent food cravings and assist to balance our hormones.

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Raw Tiramisu Cake

Raw TiramisuCake

Sometimes you need a cake or dessert that has some wow factor, and this raw tiramisu cake has it all.

There is texture from the different layers, sweetness with a hit of coffee and it is decadent looking. A real crowd pleaser.

Don’t tempted to serve large slices unless you want your guests to be rolling out the door. It is  rich and dense, so it will easily serve twelve slices. Perfect for a large gathering of family and friends (I am thinking this cake might feature on my Christmas menu).

It is dairy-free and gluten-free so it can be enjoyed by all.

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Quick and easy watermelon sorbet

Watermelon & Mint

Sometimes after dinner I feel like a refreshing, sweet treat. And a freshly made sorbet really hits the spot.

This recipe just needs frozen fruit and a blender, and in a few minutes you will have a healthy sorbet that is dairy-free without added sugar (traditional sorbets usually add a heap of sugar and water).

Watermelon is a refreshing fruit that is soaked with nutrients. Each juicy bite has significant levels of vitamins A, B6 and C, lots of lycopene, antioxidants and amino acids. There’s even a modest amount of potassium and it is a great way to stay hydrated.

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Coconut Pie

Coconut Pie

This is one the quickest desserts you can make, it is a one bowl wonder. Take one bowl, mix all the ingredients and cook in the oven – and what comes out is delicious coconut pie.

As it cooks, the heavier ingredents fall to the bottom and form a pie base, the coconut rises to the top forming a yummy crust, and the middle is akin to a light egg custard.

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Guilt-free Easter Menu Sorted!

Easter Menu

With the Easter long weekend upon us, I have put together my guilt-free Easter feast menu for you – nibbles, entree, main, dessert and chocolates. Easy to prepare and sure to impress your family and friends.

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Merry Berry Christmas Pudding

Merry Berry Christmas Pudding #yourabundantwellness-2

Christmas is getting close and I am starting to get organised for feasting and celebrating with friends. Having a delicious and easy Christmas pudding is essential.

This recipe for Merry Berry Christmas Pudding will be sure to have you going back for seconds. It can be made ahead of time and then reheated in the oven when needed.

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Creamy Mango Yogurt (Dairy-free)

Mango Cashew Yogurt-2

As promised, this week I am bringing you a recipe for Creamy Mango Yogurt. It is gluten-free and dairy-free so it can be enjoyed by all.

It is part way between a cream and a yogurt. I have eaten it with a berry crumble pie and as a yogurt with fresh fruit.

This recipe (with a few of my tweaks) is from Jasmine Hemsley and Melissa Hemsley new book The Art of Eating Well. Have you read it?

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