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    No this is not a healthy cake but it is beautiful and tastes amazing. Quite the show stopper and perfect for a special event. It is a large tall cake. There is a lot of icing but you need it to create defined layers. I found it was the perfect amount with about 3-4mm between layers and the same on the outside. I have included the fondant recipe I use which is quite standard. I bought edible markers and my daughter helped us decorate it for our twins first birthday. Its probably best to make this cake, assemble and ice the day before and then make the fondant and cover the next day. Allow 6 hours in case you run into any trouble. This cake isn't hard to make but does require time and attention to detail to get a good result. You also need gel food colours but it wouldn't let me add them to the ingredients.

    Recipe #483155

    This is my favourite cake that I've modified to make slightly healthier. You wouldn't know it used olive oil but you can use what ever oil you like. Use chopped apple or grated carrot if you want as well. The oats and wholemeal flour are also optional as are the walnuts.

    Recipe #461616

    Simple, nourishing and delicious. Reminiscent of a baked custard. You must use whole nutmeg and grate it for this recipe. And even though it only uses a tiny bit of butter a good quality organic butter is the best.

    Recipe #427366

    This is a really quick and easy way to turn left over risotto into delicious gooey balls. After looking at other arancini recipes on here loaded with eggs, butter and cheese and unnessary processes I thought I'd better post this just so people know there's an alternative that is really simple and yummy and also great for kids to make (except for the frying) For vegan risotto just use olive oil and don't add cheese. Using a good quality stock will make a huge difference to the resulting flavour. Also add extra salt to taste because normally the parmesan would add a lot of salt. The rissotto should be cold and quite thick and firm. If it's a bit wetter you can roll it and put it in the freezer for a few minutes. You can also roll them way ahead of time and fry them when needed. And yes they really do hold together beautifully without eggs. Enjoy

    Recipe #388336

    After many quinoa recipes that didn't really do it for me I think I've nailed it. This is by far the best quinoa recipe I've had. It's a combination of a few ideas and makes a yummy fluffy quinoa pilaf. Similar in texture to cous cous or rice. Tinned tomatoes can be used just make sure you have the 4 cups

    Recipe #383747

    Saving it here for safe keeping. I havn't tried it yet.

    Recipe #382122

    This is possibly the most nutritious sweet treat in the world. A delicious rich melt in the mouth halva. Great for babies and children. Sesame seeds are the highest source of calcium (975gms per 100gms -9 times that of whole milk-), high in iron (14.55grams -grain fed beef mince has only 1.99grams-) an almost equal amount of protein to beef and numerous other nutrients. This has become a staple in our house and the combinations are endless. I like to mix in chopped pistachios. You can use other things such as prunes, date paste, dried cherries, apricots, coconut, cocoa powder or other nuts and flavourings. you can add more dates if you prefer it sweeter. You could also try using tahini to make it easier.

    Recipe #364587

    This is for my reference. Very yummy healthy, and satisfying dish. I needed the nutrient content. Slight variation to recipe #18236 . I soak my beans over night, peel them and then boil them.

    Recipe #359432

    I am posting this to get the nutritional information because I make it all the time

    Recipe #350536

    This is a basic apple muffin or cake mix. It is very versatile. You can reduce the sugar to 3/4 and add 1/3 cup of cocoa to make a chocolate cake. Other things you can add are 1/3 cup of coconut, up to 1/2 cup of chocolate chips, cherries, fruit or nuts

    Recipe #349708

    Mininum ingredients, easy to make and healthier than many oily cake mixes. I am posting this so that I can get the nutritional information. It makes a great vegan cake, brownie, muffins or pudding depending on what you add. For a denser fudge cake add up to one cup of dark chocolate chips. some other favourites of mine are 2/3 cup of chopped nuts, cherries, coconut etc. You can reduce the cocoa slightly for a less chocolately cake. Also you can use normal wheat flour. Without any oil it really does benefit from some chocolate chips. Another thing I like to do is make up the dry mix in batches and put it in jars in bags and then all I need to do is sift it into the wet mix or give the dry mix away as gifts in nice jars. It is also nicer the nice down and because of the moistness from the applesauce it keeps well, freezer and defrosts and heats up beautifully especially if making puddings.

    Recipe #349663

    I got this recipe from the back of a McKenzie's lentil packet which I bought just for the recipe. It's very simple to make, filling, healthy and cheap. I reckon you could sub the puy lentils for whole brown ones. It has coriander in it but I didn't use it when I made it because I didn't have any. Feta is nice of this but if you are making it vegan leave it out but you might want to add more salt. Also add in a bay leaf when boiling the lentils

    Recipe #349320

    Found something similar on youtube, I've tweaked it a little to suit my taste. Presents beautifully for company and tastes very delicious and of course it is full of nutrients and living enzymes. It sets after a couple of hours but also is very good served straight away. Soak the almonds overnight and the nuts for 30-60 mins. If in a hurry the almonds can be used unsoaked. Strawberries also work great.

    Recipe #345734

    You will not find a yummier chocolate dessert let alone one that is vegan and wheat free with no added fat or oil. I sell these to a local health food store. They are magnificient straight out the oven and also reheated for 20sec in the microwave once cooled. Alternatively they double as a cold brownie type treat which is equally delicious. The result of this recipe depends highly on using a good quality dark chocolate. I reccommend a 70% cocoa blend and chop it by hand or a food processor.

    Recipe #344458

    tastes fairly average but has mega vitamins. Posted this for myself

    Recipe #226682

    These cookies are so easy and beautful to make. They don't have any wheat flour in them which is great for people that can't or don't want to eat it. Instead of the wheatgerm ( I added it because it's high in Vitamin E) you can use oat flour and process it the same. They are really crunchy (I like that) but if you want them to be a bit softer then use 1/3 cup of oil or maybe try adding an extra egg white. I also like to process the dry ingredients until they are very fine and that gives the cookies a finer texture.

    Recipe #204050

    While not particularly healthy (high in sugar) this is a recipe I adapted to help us include more healthy fat and less animal fat in our diet. You can make it with butter instead if you want. I used what is callled "LSA mix" in Australia. Also, instead of cherries you can use pretty much any dried fruit (rehydrate it in some hot water first -cranberries are nice-) and fresh mangoes or apricots are especially nice. Have fun.

    Recipe #203556

    I wanted to make a cake that used more natural ingredients without compromising on taste, I've added wheatgerm (best source of Vitamin E) & LSA mix which is common in Australia. You can use ground linseed (flax seed) if you don't have LSA. Make sure the bananas are very ripe! My husband loves this cake and it was a great way to get a treat that is secretly beneficial!

    Recipe #199254

    You've gotta try this recipe! All my friends beg me for it and tell me tales of hideous hummus recipes they have/are trying. I is so easy and soooo yummy, it will not fail. For the love of food give it a go!!

    Recipe #198176

    This is the best mousse ever! It is so quick, is low Gi and tastes amazing. It's incredibly rich. For a change use raspberry jelly instead. In Australia we have sachets of jelly that make up 500mls of jelly each. I simply measured one of these. Use the best chocolate you can find (70% or higher)), this is a simply recipe and relies on top ingredients. Have fun, dress it up for a fancy dinner, it never fails to impress!

    Recipe #195662

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