This is possibly our favourite recipe from our book, Healthy JUNK. These brownies have a soft, perfectly crumbly interior with just enough smooth crust on top to make your mouth fall in love.
This is our healthy version of fast-food burger. It tastes even better than a real one, much better.
Tomato sauce: recipe here
This recipe comes from Healthy Junk, get your copy here.
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Why stop at white bread, when you can spit in the face of unhealthiness and make a chocolate bread complete with chocolate icing? And if you’re really crazy, put some chocolate spread on it.
Then eat it all at a dietetics conference, you bad ass.
Is this the first recipe you turned to? It should be, it’s freakin’ delicious!
That cake right there looks like one you get from a coffee shop, complete with the last week’s gossip and a large cappuccino, right?
Well, save yourself the gossip and the muffin top, cause you can now have your cake and eat it too!
No trip to grandma’s (nanna’s we say in Australia) is complete without the customary biscuit tray, ready to be demolished by hungry kids. That is if daddy-o leaves any for the little ones.
Here’s a healthy version of a chocolate chip cookies, so Nanna can still show love with food, but without killing dad.
Chocolate milk is a favourite with kids of all ages. Interestingly, the people who consume it the most are New Zealanders.
If you don’t want to look like a New Zealander then drink up on this healthy alternative.
Just teasing our kiwi friends, you’re beautiful.
Chocolate Mousse is a favourite for fancy parties, where we try to act civilised.
Eat this chocolate mousse on it’s own, or use it as icing on a cake, or just display your classiness by pouring it into a martini glass and floating a strawberry on top.
Chocolate spread, just like Nutella, only without the nuts. A whole lot tastier and zero guilt. Enjoy eating this in front of your mum for breakfast!
The cool thing about chocolate is that it can be used in so many different ways. An all-time favorite is coconut rough. It is delicious and has a fun texture that we love.
OK, of all the recipes, this healthy cola is technically not sugar-free. We ummed and aahed about putting it in, because maple syrup, although much better for you than sugar, is still a sugar.
But, and here comes the big but. For some people, a cola addiction is nearly impossible to kick, but unbelievably dangerous (even more so a diet cola addiction). So with this in mind, we have a cola substitute. But please, only use
this to kick your cola addiction. First, replace all the cola you drink with this, then cut down on the amount of maple syrup in your cola until you are left with plain old soda water.