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Banana Protein Pancake Recipe

Banana Protein Pancake Recipe

Banana Protein Pancake Recipe

 

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Cheesecake brownie recipe

I’ve created a Chocolate Raspberry wheat and gluten free healthy protein muffin recipe!

 

This recipe makes 12 muffins

40g coconut sugar

100g coconut butter

50g coconut flour

40g choc protein

3 eggs

2 handfuls coco nibs

2 tbsp cacao

2 tbsp baking powder

2 tbsp agave

100ml coconut milk

125g raspberries

 

 

Nutritional value per Muffin:

6.6g Protein – 7.6g Carbohydrate – 164 Kcal

 

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Cheesecake brownie recipe

Tried a Cadbury chocolate cheesecake brownie recipe and man was it super easy and absolutely delicious! Seriously worth a try everyone… Here’s the link to the Cadbury website where you can find the recipe. And here are some pics of how my brownies turned out :-P

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Cheesecake brownie recipe

Cheesecake brownie recipe

Cheesecake brownie recipe

Cheesecake brownie recipe

Cheesecake brownie recipe

Cheesecake brownie recipe

Cheesecake brownie recipe

Cheesecake brownie recipe

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How to make Rawtella – the yummiest healthy spread ever!

I have always had a weakness for nutella – but then again who doesn’t. I use it in recipes all the time or just attack the tub with a spoon, I love the stuff. That’s why I just had to find a healthy alternate, and Rawtella was born! This recipe tastes just as good if not BETTER (probably as I know how nutritious it is) than Nutella. It’s raw vegan, wheat free, gluten free, sugar free – so pretty much guilt free ;-) and I Love it spread on my protein pancakes, muffins or just on a good old banana.

Here is a bit of info on why hazelnuts are just so darn good for you

  • Hazelnuts contain phytopchemicals, which belong to a group called the flavonoids. Flavonoids support brain health, improve circulation and reduce symptoms associated with allergies. Consuming a handful of hazelnuts for a snack may provide your body with all these healthy benefits.
  • Hazelnuts contain fats that can protect heart health. Specifically, they are high in healthy polyunsaturated and mononunsaturated fats and low in unhealthier unsaturated fats. Hazelnuts are a good source of oleic acid. Oleic acid can help to lower levels of bad cholesterol, LDL, and can raise levels of good cholesterol, HDL, in the body.
  • Hazelnuts have a high amount of vitamin E in addition to B vitamins, including folate. Vitamin E is important in maintaining healthy skin, hair and nails. The B vitamins are important in proper cell and energy metabolism. Hazelnuts are also a rich source of potassium, calcium and magnesium. The minerals provide many health benefits, including regulating a healthy blood pressure. Unlike unhealthy snacks such as chips and refined products, hazelnuts can provide the body with a rich supply of nutrients for good health

So here’s the good bit, my rawtella is just 3cups of ground roasted hazelnuts, 2tbsp of cacao and 2tbsp of agave (you could also use honey or rice syrup etc) All you need to do is whack it all in your blender and every minute or so stop wipe down the sides and continue till you have a beautiful smelling, rich smooth butter – ta dah!

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Super snacks – My healthy Banana split using homemade almond butter

One of the hardest things when you are trying to be healthy is cutting out naughty treats. You think that nothing can satisfy the craving you have right now unless its high in calories, carbs and sugar and low in any kind of nutrition. Well I have certainly found something that feels like a naughty treat but is actually super duper go for you – yay!!!

So When you get a little peckish don’t reach for the biscuits go make on of my super snacks – My healthy Banana split using homemade almond butter is absolutely deeeeelish, and packed with vitamin E, omega 3 and 1 of your 5 a day.

As you can guess it’s pretty simple to make so there are no excuses…

  • Slice you banana in half
  • Spread on your homemade almond butter (or store bought if you prefer)
  • Sprinkle on some granola (mine is also homemade) and I also used cocoa nibs

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If you missed my blog on how to make homemade raw healthy almond butter check it out here – it’s super easy all you need is Almonds, a blender, spatula and an oven to roast those babies. Oh and a cute jar ;-)

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Easy moist Banana Loaf video recipe

Everyone loves a loaf! And here is my easy moist Banana Loaf video recipe

Below is a printable recipe so you can bake it at home! It’s not too sweet and sickly but still hits the spot, especially when its freshly baked and still warm from the oven (your house will never have smelt so good either!)

Easy moist Banana Loaf video recipe

 

How yummy does it look! Just wait till you smell it – if only I could bottle that! lol

Easy moist Banana Loaf video recipe

Easy but moist Banana Loaf
Author: 
Recipe type: Dessert
Serves: 8
 
Moist, smells like heaven and easy to bake - whats not to love :)
Ingredients
  • 125g unsalted butter
  • 150g caster sugar
  • Few drops vanilla essence
  • 2 ripe bananas
  • 190g self raising flour
  • 60ml whole milk
Instructions
  1. Preheat your oven to 180C
  2. Slowly melt down the butter and sugar and let cool
  3. Mash up bananas
  4. Add eggs and vanilla essence
  5. Pour in and incorporate the melted butter and sugar
  6. Mix in the flour and milk gently but don't over stir
  7. Bake for 30-35mins

Sorry but I just could not resist – my camera man ate most of it – didn’t even last an hour!

Easy moist Banana Loaf video recipe

 

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Blueberry Cheesecake Protein Pancakes (wheat and gluten free)

Blueberry Cheesecake Protein Pancakes

How tasty do my Blueberry Cheesecake Protein Pancakes look :-P

They are choka-block with protein and anti-oxidant rich blueberries – the perfect breakfast, yummy snack or even healthy dessert. And they are pretty easy to make, all you will need is…

  • 1 scoop/2tbsp plain or vanilla protein powder
  • Handful of fresh blueberries
  • 3 eggs whites
  • 2tbsp Cream cheese (I used Philadelphia)
  • 1tbsp honey or agave (I used Manuka honey)
  • Coconut oil for frying (if you don’t have it any other oils will do)

Blueberry Cheesecake Protein PancakesPut all your ingredients into your mixing bowl and blend together. Easy Peasy. Now heat up your oil in your frying pan then lower your temperature to a medium heat. I roughly used 1tbsp amounts to make my pancakes as I like them a little smaller so I can stack them.

Blueberry Cheesecake Protein Pancakes

When you put the batter into the pan make sure you spread it out (I use the back of a fork) so that the pancakes are thin enough to cook through but thick enough to flip over. I keep watching my pancakes for about 3 mins then flip over really carefully. At first you make get them falling apart a little but when you have more practise this flip perfectly :)

I got 8 medium pancakes (enough for two very hungry people) from this recipe and garished them with more blueberries, flaxseed, chia seeds and a berry puree.

Enjoy xoxo

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How to make raw healthy homemade Almond butter

Hey everyone,

I’ve started doing more research into nutrition and way I can start making my baking more healthy. One thing I love to use are nut butters so the first one I’m going to show you How to make raw healthy homemade Almond butter.

Here is a few very good reasons why you need to make some Almond butter asap peeps:

  • Among nuts, almonds are the most nutritionally dense. This means that for every calorie you consume, you get more vitamins and minerals than from any other nut. Move over, peanut butter!
  • One tablespoon contains as much protein as you get from the same quantity of meat. It’s also an excellent source of fibre, which helps digestion and nourishes tissues.
  • Just one teaspoon contains more than 25% of your daily requirement of Vitamin E, which protects you from oxidative damage and is great for hair, skin and nails.
  • It’s full of omega 3 fatty acids, essential for maintaining metabolic and heart health. It also maintains blood sugar, thereby reducing your risk of getting diabetes and almonds are known to reduce bad cholesterol (LDL) and control blood pressure.

So now you wanna know how to make this shizzle right??? It’s really easy…

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  • Roast 1-3cups of raw almonds (organic is possible) for 15-20mins – you will begin to smell that gorgeous rich comforting smell
  • Transfer your roasted almonds to your blender
  • You will need a spatula and your patience for this bit – Blend for 1-2 mins scrap down the sides and get the larger chunks out of the corners if they are stuck. Repeat for approx 10-15mins until you have a smooth butter

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  • I used 1 1/2 cups of almonds and it filled a small glass jar (approx 50g or around 100ml I reckon)

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  • You can add a pinch of salt to taste – but I opted to add a tbsp of Manuka honey as I have a sweet tooth

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I’m going to experiment with more nuts and seeds so I will be back soon with more super healthy yummy recipes for you :)

xoxo

 

triple layer milk chocolate cake recipe

To die for – Triple Layer Milk Chocolate Cake Recipe

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My scrummy moist milk chocolate cake

Hi everyone – sorry its been a while I know!

But I’m really excited to share my triple layer milk chocolate cake recipe with you all. It’s a firm family favourite and perfect for birthdays and special occasions. It’s not too dense, heavy or sickly – but chocolately with a light airy texture and a smooth creamy milk choc buttercream.

Top tips when baking this at home :

  • Always try to use good quality chocolate (my faves are Green & Blacks or Cadbury)
  • Let you cakes cool for 5-10mins when they are out of the oven before trying to get them out of their tins (means they are less likely to stick or fall apart)
  • Start preparing your buttercream when your cakes are cooling to save time
  • Add a Tbsp of Nutella to your buttercream to add a yummy twist of hazelnut
  • Now it’s time to watch my YouTube video on how to bake it and print off the recipe below and have a go at home!

Enjoy x

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icing my milk chocolate cake

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chocolate cake decoration

Triple Layer Milk Chocolate Cake
Author: 
Recipe type: Cake
Serves: 16
 
A light milk chocolate cake filled with a smooth buttercream that's perfect for any occasion
Ingredients
  • For the cake
  • 200g margarine or unsalted butter
  • 300g caster sugar
  • 4 eggs
  • Few drops vanilla essence
  • 150ml evaporated milk
  • 150ml whole milk (can use semi-skimmed)
  • Pinch of salt
  • 50g Cocoa powder
  • 350g Self raising flour
  • For the buttercream filling
  • 200g unsalted butter (can use marg)
  • 100g dark chic
  • Vanilla essence
  • 400g icing sugar
Instructions
  1. Find out how to bake this cake on my Youtube Channel www.youtube.com/MissBakingTV
cookie s'more

Cookie S’more Sandwich – say whaaaaaa?

This is my take on S’mores – the classic American campfire treat. But my recipe is bigger, badder and cookie-fied ;-P – so I’m calling it the Cookie S’more Sandwich!

You can print out the recipe at the end of this blog post. Unfortunately I didn’t have time to make a video for this recipe but I’ve taken a few pics on my iPhone to hopefully explain the cooking method better.

  •  Preheat your oven to Gas mark 4 or 180C
  • Cream your 250g butter (or marg) with 200g light brown soft sugar and 140g caster sugar – you need to use two kinds of sugar to get the right texture, colour and flavour.

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  • Add a few drops of vanilla essence
  • 2 eggs
  • Sift in 450g Self raising flour (with a pinch of salt) – then combine the mixture till it comes together to form a dough

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  •  Coarsely chop up (or if you want use pre bought chunks) 200g white chocolate and 100g dark chocolate
  • Using your hands work the chocolate chunks into your dough

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  •  You can’t cheat and use normal marshmallows unfortunately as they will just disintegrate whilst baking and you wont get the gooey layer of marshmallow unless you use good old American fluff!
  • Now using 2/3 of your cookie dough create a layer on the bottom of your tray

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  • This bit is rather a pain as the fluff is so sticky its very hard to actually spread. However, it is quite nice to get bigger clumpy bits when you’re eating it, so don’t worry if you can’t get a perfectly even layer on your cookie dough.
  • Use the remaining 1/3 of your cookie dough to cover as well as you can the layer of Marshmallo Fluff

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  • Bake in the oven for 25mins, cool and decorate as desired. I used some remaining chocolate, melted it and drizzled it over then sprinkled a few mini marshmallows on top.
  • Its a very easy recipe, tray bakes are always good to take round to friends etc as they transport well – and this tastes so yummy there will be none to take back either!

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Cookie S'more Sandwich
Author: 
Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Serves: 12
 
Like a S'more - but better!
Ingredients
  • 250g butter
  • 200g light brown sugar
  • 140g caster sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • Few drops of Vanilla essence
  • 450g Self raising flour
  • Pinch of salt
  • 200g white chocolate chunks
  • 150g dark or milk chocolate chunks
  • ½ Jar of Fluff
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 180C or Gas mark 4
  2. Cream together sugars and butter
  3. Add in 2 eggs, few drops vanilla essence, flour and pinch of salt
  4. Combine chocolate chunks
  5. Flatten ⅔ of the dough into your tray
  6. Spread a layer of marshmallow fluff
  7. Top with the remaining ⅓ of cookie dough
  8. Bake in the oven for 25mins
  9. Cool and decorate

 

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