Fudgy Vegan Avocado Black Bean Protein Brownies

Throw away any other healthy avocado black bean recipe you’ve got right now because you’re never going to need it ever again. These brownies are the most intensely chocolatey and unbelievably fudgy brownies in existence. Plus they’re totally flourless, gluten-free, healthy, vegan and loaded with protein!

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Strawberry Cheesecake Overnight Oats in a Jar

Rich, smooth, creamy and fruity – these strawberry cheesecake overnight oats in a jar taste just as good as the real deal, but without all the fat and sugar you usually get in a slice of cheesecake. Not only that, but these healthy overnight oats are loaded with goodness and nutrition so you can feel like you’re totally indulging whilst actually taking care of your body!

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Healthy Chocolate Fudge Mug Brownie

My Skinny Mug Brownie for One recipe has always been one of my favourite single-serving desserts. It’s rich, it’s chocolatey and it’s low calorie – what else could anyone want from a dessert?! And although it’s got loads of comments raving about how awesome it is, it has got the odd one or two comment complaining that the portions are too small or that it’s simply not nice. Obviously, I don’t want to be publishing recipes that you hate, so I made it my mission to find the ultimate healthy mug brownie – and here it is!

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Easy Vegan Whole Wheat Tortillas

My soft whole wheat tortilla recipe has proved to be so popular online that I’ve decided to re-do it! This means new photos, a new blog post and a more accurate recipe card to make the process as fail-proof as it could possibly be. If you’ve been following  my blog for any time at all, you’ll know  I love to make as much as I can from scratch – hello homemade peanut butter! – and homemade tortillas are no exception.

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Healthy Carrot Mug Cake for One

Get rid of the sugar, oil and cream cheese frosting in carrot cake and you’re left with a pretty healthy dessert. And that’s exactly what I’ve done here – got rid of all the unhealthy ingredients to create a dessert that’s still sweet and satisfying, but much lower in fat, sugar and calories. Plus, this cake only makes one (albeit rather generous!) portion, making it impossible to over-eat and it takes less than 5 minutes to make from start to finish, so you’ve got no excuses – no matter how hungry or busy you are!

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