It’s hot and you are trying to spend minimal time in the kitchen…but you fancy a treat! Why not whip up a batch of one of our favourite no-bake goodies? These recipes are great for a little pick-me-up or an afternoon treat for the kids as they’re getting back into the swing of a new school year.
Chocolate Muesli Slice
Tumeric & Honey Golden Bliss Balls
Tumeric is so beneficial for our health, acting as an anti-inflammatory, aiding digestion and supporting eye and memory function among other things. You can read more about turmeric here – and then make a batch of these scrumptious bliss balls.
Chocolate & Peppermint Nutty Squares
Another great slice for chocolate lovers, but this time with a peppermint kick. These Chocolate & Peppermint Nutty Squares are so easy to prepare – simply blend all the ingredients together, press into a tin and leave to set in the fridge (always the hardest part!)
Vitamin C Bliss Balls
Changing Habits Camu Camu is a great source of vitamin C and has a wealth of beneficial properties that can help ease cold and flu, depression, chronic fatigue and headaches. Combined with fresh lemon, these Vitamin C Bliss Balls will leave your tastebuds singing.
Supreme Green Nice Cream
‘Mum! Can I have an ice cream?’ ‘Erm, yes!’ Treat the kids with this better-for-them ice cream that will nourish their bodies and help them cool down on a hot summer’s day. Our Supreme Green Nice Cream is made with banana, avocado, coconut cream and our Supreme Green Blend.
4 Ingredient Peanut Butter Fudge
Peanut butter. Check. Fudge. Check. Four-ingredients?! Check! You probably have all you need to make this 4 Ingredient Peanut Butter Fudge in your pantry right now…so what are you waiting for?!
3 Ingredient Energy Bars
If you thought 4 ingredients was one too many, how about these 3 Ingredient Energy Bars?! You can experiment with different mixtures of nuts, and try adding cinnamon or ginger for an added flavor kick.
What’s your favourite no-bake treat? Tell us in the comments below!
Years ago I was addicted to sugar, processed foods, was taking antihistamines like lollies and antibiotics were always a part of my life. I had ongoing gut pain, reoccurring sinus and chest infections, rashes, extreme fatigue, a foggy brain and the list continues. While suffering from these symptoms for almost all my life, not one person told me that there was something I could do to resolve them. After studying and doing my own extensive research, I became fanatical about nutrition and the power of food, and my health is the best it has ever been and will only continue to improve. I am constantly learning and relaying the latest research to my clients. I have a specific interest in gut health and its ability to impact our overall health, and it is with great pleasure that I assist you in becoming the best version of you with real, delicious and nourishing food, love and happiness. Find out more at www.sheridanjoy.com
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