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HEALTHY RICE CRISPY TREATS

April 8, 2017
Attention: perfect plane snack recipe below! ✈️
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I'm off to Sydney this weekend to bask in the wonderfulness that is @jaijagdeesh and all that she brings to the room including love, music and a little magic ✨
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If you'd like to come along to one of her super special intimate gatherings before she leaves to continue her tour in New Zealand, be sure to pop on over to her page to check out all the info ‍♀️
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In prep for my journey to Sydney, I've created an amazing new, health-supportive treat because (in my opinion) when it comes to snack food: there's NOTHING worse than the stuff they hand out on a plane filled with all kinds of fake ingredients ‍♀️
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So my travel snack of choice for this journey will be these new rice crispy treats - packed with healthy fats and a little natural sweetener to keep me awake and full of energy  I'm taking some for me and my friends, and leaving some behind in the fridge for @benjaminshinestudio who's staying home to work on yet another exciting project to be unveiled later this year #proudwife 
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If you want in on this delish treat, see the recipe below.
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Yours in yumminess, Danielle x
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REAL FOOD RICE CRISPY TREAT
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You need:
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2.5 cups puffed organic rice
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3/4 cup virgin coconut oil
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1/2 cup cacao powder
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1/4 cup date syrup
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1/4 cup dried coconut flakes
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1/4 cup crushed walnuts (or seeds)
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1/4 cup dried mulberries
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Pinch sea salt
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You do:
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Line a slice tin with baking paper.
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In a saucepan over low heat, mix date syrup, coconut oil, cacao powder and salt. Whisk until combined.
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Pour in puffed rice and stir to combine. Add coconut flakes and mulberries, stir again to combine.
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Pour mixture into slice tin and top with extra mulberries and coconut flakes and leave to set in the fridge (about 30-60 mins).
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Remove, slice, eat and make yummy noises  Store in the fridge when not eating.

Attention: perfect plane snack recipe below!  I’m off to Sydney this weekend to bask in the wonderfulness that is Jai Jagdeesh and all that she brings to the room including love, music and a little magic  If you’d like to come along to one of her super special intimate gatherings before she leaves to continue her tour in New Zealand, be sure to pop on over to her page to check out all the info

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Recipes

Gluten Free Vegan Pancakes for YOU!

March 5, 2017
Happy 'almost-pancake-Sunday' 
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As promised, here's my latest gluten free, grain free plant based pancake recipe below, made from the fun flour mix I shared with you a couple of Insta posts ago...
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To make these beautiful babies, you MUST use that specific flour blend to re-create what you see in the pic above, no subs allowed because I cannot guarantee the same texture and taste 
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Of course, if you'd like a different type of pancake recipe, well, that's easy! I have many, many more... But for now, I share this one because: YUM!
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Create, eat, enjoy and don't forget to smile because your body will think you're happy even when you're not! #truth 
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GLUTEN FREE GRAIN FREE SUNDAY PANCAKES .
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2 tablespoons chickpea flour + 2 tablespoons water
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2 teaspoons agar powder
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1/3 cup warm water
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90g gluten/grain free flour mix
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2 tablespoons virgin coconut oil
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2 tablespoons buckwheat flour
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2 teaspoons baking powder
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1 tablespoon cinnamon .
2 teaspoons almond milk
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1/2 cup water
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You do:
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In a small bowl, mix chickpea flour, 2 tablespoons water, agar and 1/3 cup warm water. Use electric beaters to beat together until small bubbles appear
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Add in flours, baking powder, cinnamon, oil, milk + another 1/2 cup water. Beat again until, ta daaaaaa: you have pancake batter
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Use a little extra coconut oil to oil a small frypan. Over a medium heat, pour enough batter to cover the entire bottom of the pan - you may have to lift and tilt your fry pan to help spread the batter
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Flip your pancake with a spatula ONLY after small bubbles appear on the surface. Brown well on both sides before serving straight away - OR - place on wire rack to breathe while you cook the rest of your pancakes (anyone else love a good pancake stack?!)
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Serve topped with whipped coconut cream, maple syrup, fresh berries and crushed dehydrated strawberries (as pictured) OR top with chia jam, crushed nuts, organic molasses, nut butter - anything that's good for your gut garden, which means you must KEEP IT REAL!

Happy ‘almost-pancake-Sunday’

As promised, here’s my latest gluten free, grain free plant based pancake recipe below, made from the fun flour mix I shared with you a couple of Insta posts ago…

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Nutrition, Recipes

Terrificly Toasted Coconut

September 7, 2016
chef shine

So I’ve taken a few days off social media since leaving New York and arriving in London – I usually post daily on my instagram site, but I’ve been feeling a little technologically-fatigued lately… I want to be spending more time in the kitchen and less time on my phone, so I’ve decided to post less Continue Reading…

Recipes

Perfect Pumpkin Seed Milk

June 20, 2016
chef shine

Fresh pumpkin seed milk, DONE!🙌🏻

If you haven’t already, you really must try this recipe… Pumpkin seeds are packed with plant protein, vitamins and minerals including calcium, magnesium, manganese, potassium, phosphorus, copper + Vitamins A, B and E 🌟👌🏻🙏🏻

I like to create all kinds of nut and seed milks for baking, beverages and cooking. I hope you enjoy this one as much as I do! Continue Reading…

Nutrition, Recipes

Luscious London Green Smoothie

June 14, 2016
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Two planes and 24 hours later, my beloved and I (+ the 8 pieces of luggage consisting mostly of tulle for his art exhibition in October) made it back to London safe n’ sound, hooray! 🙏🏻 🇬🇧 Before I share the recipe for this yummy green smoothie I just whipped up, I want to give a quick shoutout to the wonderful British Airways crew 🌟 Aside from the impromptu plane yoga class I Continue Reading…

Recipes

Magical Millet Porridge

June 3, 2016
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I’m experimenting with my grains today…calling this my ‘beautiful birdseed porridge’ because I used millet which is typically used in birdseed in the US (those lucky little American birds!). Low in calories but high in protein, fibre and essential minerals, hulled millet makes for a delicious, creamy, filling porridge. Make it today!  Continue Reading…

Recipes

Chickpea Basil Pate

May 31, 2016
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Celebrating Sunday with my homemade flax crackers and chickpea basil pate 👌🏻💚 For the full recipes of both these delish treats, + tune into The Chrissy B Show on Sky 203 where I’ll be demo-ing how to create them! If you’re not in the UK, I’ll be sharing both videos on this site soon so stay tuned!

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Recipes

New Bread Alert!

May 26, 2016
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I am LOVING this latest bread I whipped up earlier today, free from dairy, eggs, gluten and sugar – perfect for toasting or topping with nut butter, tahini, avocado, or a little virgin coconut oil and cinnamon – YUM! I made this earlier today because I was craving toast that was delicious, light AND filling, which means it HAD to be protein-rich – what better gluten-free grain to use then Continue Reading…

Recipes

Fantastically Fast Fudge

April 15, 2016
chef shine

Happy FriYAY!! 🙌🏻 Now would be a GREAT time to make my ‘fantastically fast fudge’ because it’s filled with healthy fats and plant proteins that keep you feeling full and satisfied, plus it’s REALLY easy to throw together – perfect when you want a sweet, health-supportive treat but don’t have time to Continue Reading…