Spirulina Energy Bars

with thanks to Kelly Gibney - Bonnie Delicious Blog These bars make an excellent breakfast or snack on the run. Full of healthy fats and just lightly sweet, this is smart snacking.  ​Makes 12 -16 bars Ingredients 1 ½ cups raw or activated almonds 5 tablespoons chia seeds 1 cup unsweetened puffed rice or millet ¼ cup sesame seeds ¼ cup raw pumpkin seeds ¼ cup raw sunflower seeds 1 cup coconut threads (preferably organic to avoid preservatives) 1 tablespoon Matcha Matcha Culinary Grade 1 heaped teaspoon spirulina powder ½ cup rice malt syrup 1 teaspoon good quality vanilla extract Method Preheat oven...

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Matcha and Vanilla Ice Pops

by Kelly Gibney - Kelly Gibney Wholehearted Matcha LOVES vanilla. The pairing is delicious. This recipe is beautifully decadent while still being wholesome and nourishing. The raw chocolate dip is optional but highly recommended! Ice pops will last up to 3 weeks in an airtight container in the freezer. Makes 5-6 pops depending on the mould size (dairy free) Ingredients 400 ml can full fat coconut cream ½ cup almond milk 4 Tbsp raw honey or pure maple syrup 1 tsp Matcha Matcha Culinary grade 1 ½ tsp good quality vanilla essence or the seeds from one vanilla pod. Method Place all the ice pop ingredients into a...

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Matcha Chia Pudding

by Sarah Lemkus Chia seeds are the bomb! They are high in iron, magnesium, calcium and omega-3 fatty acids. Chia seeds also contain a decent amount of zinc, potassium and vitamins B1, B2 and B3. That's why our family eats chia seeds daily! We add them to our smoothies, sprinkle them on porridge and make chia puddings out of them! Chia puddings are the perfect on the go snack because they are quick to make, easy to store and last a few days in the fridge. Add matcha to the mix and you've got yourself a nutrient dense, antioxidant packed breakfast.Serves 1 Ingredients ​1/2 teaspoon Culinary...

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