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Healthy chocolate mousse

Cacao in its raw form is a superfood, packed with magnesium and chemicals that make us feel good. If you can’t get the raw cacao (either from grinding your own cacao beans, or buying as raw cacao powder), use the best quality 100% cocoa powder that you can find.     This recipe is in […]

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Queen quinoa

Quinoa (pronounced keen-wa) is the queen of the grains. Eaten by the ancient Incas, this grain really is special. It’s packed full of minerals, like magnesium, calcium, iron and manganese, B vitamins and is a complete protein, which is rare in the vegetable world. It is classified as a superfood and is a great alternative […]

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Raw chocolate fudge cake

This is the best chocolate cake I have ever tasted! It is simple to make, healthy, raw and divinely delicious. Ingredients 100g ground almond powder 100g cacao powder 120ml coconut oil, warmed to a liquid 1 tsp maple syrup 1 tsp agave nectar ½ tsp vanilla Directions 1. Warm the coconut oil enough so that […]

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Fresh raw almond milk

Almond milk is as good as it gets. Not only is it alkalising to the body, it’s loaded with enzymes from the soaking of the nut, making it alive. It packs a protein, essential fat, calcium and magnesium punch and it’s very easy to make.   Ingredients 100g fresh raw almonds Quality water about 500-750ml […]

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Magical Raw Nori Rolls

These nori rolls are magical because you can roll anything you like into them. They are very delicious and everybody loves them. They seem rather impressive but in fact are very easy to make.   Ingredients – Nori roll sheets – A healthy spread of your choice – vegetable pate, nut pate, hummus, tahini, broad […]

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Jo’s Sensual Salad

This is now a best-selling salad at the famous Spa Resorts, Koh Samui, Thailand. It’s simple, filling and full of goodies. Perfect for people you know who think salads are boring. This salad is a sensual delight!   Ingredients – Mixed leaves – many varieties of leaf (spinach, a little rocket, red leaves, curly leaves […]

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Simple roasted vegetables

Making your plate a rainbow can be easy. Take a selection of colourful vegetables, drizzle with quality olive oil and slowly roast. Perfect hot and delicious cold as part of a salad.   Slowly roast any combination of: Onions, garlic cloves (can leave skin on for a smooth, creamy taste), courgette (zucchini), aubergine (eggplant), cherry […]

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Wonderful greens

Eating your greens doesn’t have to be boring. Forget soggy cabbage and over-boiled Brussel’s sprouts… use the following basic recipe to add some leafy greens to any meal.   Simply serve them as a side dish or make them into a main meal, leafy greens, such as pak choi, Chinese greens, morning glory, kale, spring […]

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Hummus

Packs a protein punch. Wonderful with raw vegetable sticks for a quick, healthy snack. Hummus and celery satisfies salt cravings!   Ingredients Chickpeas (raw and slightly sprouted, freshly soaked and cooked, or canned) 2 garlic cloves Juice ½ lemon 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 dessertspoons tahini paste A sprinkle of paprika Method   Simply whizz […]

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