That feeling when you’re done with dinner but could still go for something sweet… here’s some simple, completely delicious, yet healthy dessert ideas for such moments.
For when you have a bit more time to invest, this raw fudge brownie is the goods. There is very little added sugar in this recipe, with just 3 tablespoons of brown rice malt syrup. Brown rice malt syrup is a wheat-free alternative to sugar made by culturing certified organic brown rice. Unlike more traditional versions, this fudge is loaded with nutrient-dense wholefood ingredients like nuts, coconut and cacao. A little of this goes a long way. Get the recipe here.
Superfoods chia, cacao and coconut combine to create a smooth and creamy dessert that is ready to eat in just 15 minutes. If you’ve been looking for ways use or eat chia seeds, chia puddings are a simple and delicious way to pack in a lot of nutrition.
Nutritionally, just 2 tablespoons of chia seeds contains 4 grams of protein, 9 grams of fat, 12 grams of carbohydrates and 11 grams of fibre! You only need 4 ingredients to make this recipe. Check the recipe out here.
We’ve upped the nutritional value of your usual rice pudding here by using black rice. Black rice contains beneficial antioxidants, importantly vitamin E, which helps keep your immune health in check. Essential for this time of the year. For a really creamy rice pudding we recommend pre-soaking your rice, it will also cook faster and is easier for your body to digest. Get the recipe here.
At the end of the day, fat is fat. But one of the health benefits of coconut milk is that it contains medium chain fatty acids, which are rapidly metabolised into energy, and are less likely to be stored as fat! Just 4 ingredients and 3 minutes in the blender and you’ve got a healthy dessert! Get the recipe here.
A super simple tart crumble you can make in 10 minutes flat, add in the berries, and pop it in the oven for 30 minutes and dessert is done! What we love about this recipe is rather than a wheat flour pastry, this tart crumble is made from oats and almond meal. Almond meal is made from ground whole almonds, so the meal retains the same great nutritional profile of the whole nuts. Get the recipe here.
For the peanut butter lovers… a simple 3 ingredient dessert that just requires a blender and around a half hour in the fridge to set! Peanut butter might not have the superfood status of almond butter, but if you’re buying organic peanut butter without added oils and additives, like all nuts in general, you’ll get a decent dose of protein, fibre and good fats. Get the recipe here.
If you’ve got a thing for peanut butter, this PB recipe is for you! This wholefood nutrient-dense version is basically organic peanut butter encased within a 3 ingredient raw chocolate. And they’re super simple to make. Get the recipe here.
When life gives you avocados, make avocado mousse! For the avocado obsessed, here’s another way to get more avo in your life.
This mousse combines the anti-inflammatory nutrients, phytochemicals, and antioxidants from these green beauties with antioxidant loaded raw cacao, to create a creamy, nutrient-dense and delicious dessert that can be whipped up in just 10 minutes. Make it here.
The ultimate celebration cake. Melt in your mouth raw cacao tart! The secret ingredient here is our raw organic cacao butter… and you’ll find even a small slice is enough to satisfy your chocolate cravings, thanks to the nutrient-dense wholefood ingredients like almonds, cacao and coconut!
This raw tart also contains Brazil nuts in the base, the No. 1 food source on the planet for selenium – a mineral our body needs for a number of critical functions including to help regulate thyroid hormones and support a healthy immune system. Reason enough to make this one. Get the recipe here.
Keeping it simple with 3 ingredient chocolate mousse. Takes 10 minutes to make. Just blend and chill for a couple of hours and you’re done. It’s super delicious, not to mention loaded with good fats and antioxidants. Get the recipe here.