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Raw Chocolate made with Organic Coconut Oil

Raw Chocolates! All you need is equal parts melted extra virgin cold pressed organic coconut oil {make sure it’s the high integrity as it has far more health benefits that are preserved in extraction process} and equal parts cacao powder & melted cacao butter (we have given specific quantities above as guide but make as much or as little as you like). Add sweetener to taste as well as the Cocotella and whisk together then add a tiny pinch of sea salt.

You can also add lots of ingredients for variations if you wish: almond and orange rind, any kind of nuts, cacao nibs if you like crunch, essential oils like peppermint or mint – so many options and is great to make with the kids too! Store in freezer and enjoy when you need a clean and yummy chocolate hit.

This decadent Panna Cotta recipe is not only low in fat but is perfect for vegans as it is made with our very own banana flavoured Coconut Milk.


Mix gelatine with a small amount of milk until dissolved. Pour mixture into a saucepan with remainder of the milk.

Stir until simmering. Pour into greased moulds and allow to set then top with @pipsrealfood Cocoa and Hazelnut Crunch, your choice of fruit and nuts and a drizzle of Carob syrup. 

Recipe and photo via @aktivliving. 

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Gluten Free Breakfast Muffins with Strawberries

Healthy Gluten Free Breakfast Muffins with strawberries have no Refined Sugar. They are completely Gluten-free, and Dairy Free Muffins. Can these little guys get any healthier? They are the perfect on the go breakfast, that is both nourishing and delicious!!

About Shelley Judge

Shelly is a passionate foodie, amateur photographer and nutrition nut! She studied a Bachelor of Food Science and Nutrition and a Masters in Public Health Nutrition. As a Food Revolution Ambassador for the Jamie Oliver Food Revolution. In her own words…

My love for food sprouted from the day I began cooking alongside my mother at the ripe age of 3. Now I want to use my knowledge in nutrition to share the message of health and educate others about the importance of a healthy relationship with food – yes that means I eat cake.

I love working with kids and believe that is the starting point for living a healthy lifestyle. Through this love, I founded Healthy School Lunches, a program to inspire both Schools and Parents to educate their children on the benefits of healthy eating, and teach them the basics of cooking!

A Statement from Shelley Judge

This recipe was created by the lovely shelleys good eats website. Follow her on instagram for more food inspiration @shelleysgoodeats