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Chocolate beetroot fudge bites – an indulgent tower of raw-some goodness

The recipe for these blissfully creamy and delicious chocolate beetroot fudge bites was created purely by accident. It was a Saturday afternoon. I was heading to see That Sugar Film at 6pm. I wanted a sugar-free snack. I had a bunch of beetroot and intended to make Teresa Cutter’s (aka The Healthy Chef) Red Velvet Cupcakes (I’ve made them before – they are divine!) but had no eggs. Then I thought, chocolate beetroot brownies! Again, no eggs. So I looked in my pantry, grabbed what indulgent (and relatively healthy) ingredients I had, and went with the flow. The result? A wonderful tower of chocolate fudge heaven! It’s also raw, paleo and, of course, sugar free. Don’t let the purple colour from the beetroot fool you – this fudge is as chocolately as it gets! Read more

Three reasons to escape reality and take an adventure

Have you ever wanted to take an adventure; to just fly the coop and escape reality? If you answered ‘yes’, but haven’t already, then what’s been holding you back? Do you, like most people, think it’s impossible or irresponsible to escape reality? Then that’s all the more reason to go for it. In fact, I’ll give you three reasons why you can and should “escape reality” and take an adventure now. Read more

Real chocolate after dinner mints – something sweet, sugar free and paleo to finish

Some things are better in winter, like curling up on the couch in the early evening after an even earlier dinner with a good book, notepad, cup of tea and a sweet treat. You can just picture it now, can’t you? For those kinds of evenings, when a full-on dessert is not necessary but something sweet would be nice to finish, what better fits the bill than chocolate after dinner mints? And when only real chocolate will do, you can’t go past these homemade mouth-watering chocolate after dinner mints. Coincidentally, they’re also sugar free and paleo! Read more

The simplest and best healthy chicken soup

This is a no frills chicken soup recipe that never fails to hit the spot. It’s always the simple recipes that taste the best and that’s especially true when it comes to chicken soup.

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Sugar-free granola and paleo trail mix

Ah, mornings – my favourite time of day. When everything is (mostly) quiet, you can catch the sunrise and, as L.M Montgomery (author of Anne of Green Gables) inferred, it’s “a new day with no mistakes in it”. Best of all, it’s breakfast time! Read more

Raw, paleo, sugar-free mango and passionfruit cheesecake

It’s almost time to fly north for the winter – I wish! We’re heading into the middle of autumn (or fall) Down Under and I’m no fan of the impending cold weather. Give me the burning sun and searing heat of summer with flowy dresses and thongs over the wet days and overcast skies of winter with layers and hot water bottles any day! Thankfully there are still some mangoes floating around, so I’m hanging onto the taste of summer with this decadent dessert – raw, paleo and sugar-free mango and passionfruit cheesecake! Read more

How to manifest – Step 3 of 3: Visualise success

The final step to manifesting your dreams or desires truly is the most simple, but there is one thing that gets in the way for so many. In this, the third and final instalment of my “How to manifest” blog series, I’ll let you in on Step 3, explain what makes it so difficult for people to get past this last hurdle, and help you find your own way. I hope by now you know what you want, because it’s right around the corner for you… Read more

How to manifest – Step 2 of 3: Take action before you’re ready

As with any dream or desire, once you know what you truly want and why you want it – in other words, once you get clear on your purpose and intention –  it stands to reason that you will have to do something in order to get what you want. In the second installment of my “How to manifest” blog trilogy, I’m going to take you through step 2 and what you must do in order for your dream or desire to take shape. I’ll also debunk some myths that get under people’s skin and often stall or even put a stop to the manifestation process. Read more

How to manifest – Step 1 of 3: Set your intention

When I decided to write a book, I had no idea what was in store. What I did know was that I hadn’t been through hell and back for no good reason, and that I would one day save another’s life. That was the seed. That was when and how I began to manifest a publishing contract. In this mini blog trilogy, you will discover how to manifest what you want in three easy steps and I will show you a real life example of how manifestation works. Read more

Sunday session: Sneaky chocolate raspberry green smoothie

Mix up your green juice or green smoothie routine with this super interesting combo! A unique blend of greens and fruit produce a taste you’d least expect – chocolate!* Try it and tell me if you agree! Take a photo of your Sneaky Chocolate Raspberry Green Smoothie, upload it to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and hashtag #inspiredmood to share your thoughts :) Read more

Sunday smoothie session: Watermelon, beetroot, broccoli and greens juice

Watermelon makes everything better. Hot? Watermelon will cool you down. Thirsty? Watermelon will quench your thirst. In need of a sweet fix? Watermelon’s got that covered too. Perhaps that’s why this particular recipe is one of my favourite juices. But, not only is is sweet and deliciously refreshing, it’s also bursting with greens and antioxidants. Read more

Sunday smoothie session: Seeing red in a green juice

This is one of my favourite juices and perfect for sharing with anyone who wouldn’t down a vegetable juice with the same level of enthusiasm as you would perhaps. It’s a green juice in disguise – the beetroot and red kale masking the incredibly nutritious green goodness. Trust me, I made it for my nieces (who ordinarily wouldn’t touch a green juice with a barge pole) and they loved it! I hope you will too :) Read more

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