Cacao Week: A Healthy Nutella - Raw Cacoa Spread - Janella Purcell

light canola spread (can also use butter) 4 teaspoons Vitarium drinking chocolate powder 1 teaspoon Natvia 3 teaspoons raw cacao powder

'Coconut, Cacao and Peanut Butter Rough' - rec... - Janella Purcell

'Coconut, Cacao and Peanut Butter Rough' - recipe. I posted this last year so.

Healthy Chocolate Crackles | Janella Purcell #vegan #vegetarian #dairyfree

Healthy Chocolate Crackles (Another recipe: 4 cups puffed rice 1 cup desiccated coconut 1 cup coconut oil cup drinking chocolate powder 2 tbl raw cacao powder)

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Raw Cacao and its benefits. You can try to add tbs of raw cacao to a frozen banana based, nut milk smoothie, with a little honey and/or vanilla extract.

Coconut Palm Sugar and Fructose - this sweeten... - Janella Purcell

Coconut Palm sugar, the only sugar I use. It has a low glycemic index than regular sugar.

Beetroot Dip | Janella Purcell - Lay out some aluminium foil,  place 4 baby beetroot inside with about 1 tsp olive oil. Wrap up and cook on BBQ until tender (about 15 mins). Allow to cool slightly then rub skin off with your fingers. Process beetroot with 1/4 cup unhulled tahini, 1/4 cup lemon juice, 1/4 cup almonds  1 tsp sea salt. If desired, drizzle with a little almond oil before serving. Or use as a filling in ravioli. #vegan #vegetarian #dairyfree #glutenfree #dip #snack

Celebrity chef, author & nutritionist, Janella Purcell, cooks healthy & tasty BBQ Dips over Heat Beads® BBQ Briquettes on highly rated TV show Good Chef Bad Chef.

Tahini - Janella Purcell - It has 20% complete protein, making it a higher protein source than most nuts. The tahini will have a lovely layer of very healthy unsaturated oil on the top, so give it a good stir before using it. Tahini is high in calcium, however the husks of the seeds contain oxalic acid, which interferes with calcium absorption, so if you’re eating it a lot then buy it hulled (with the husks off).

Tahini - Janella Purcell - It has 20% complete protein, making it a higher protein source than most nuts. The tahini will have a lovely layer of very healthy unsaturated oil on the top, so give it a good stir before using it. Tahini is high in calcium, however the husks of the seeds contain oxalic acid, which interferes with calcium absorption, so if you’re eating it a lot then buy it hulled (with the husks off).


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