My (Nutfree, Coconutfree) Chocolate BlissBalls. Our school doesn't have any nut restrictions so I don't really need to make things nutfree but I think it's good to mix things up a bit so we're not eating the same things all the time
If you have a date freeblissball recipe, feel free to link it below in the comments . So, starting with snacks, I’m going to do my best to get back on track with this awesome roundup of blissballrecipes
Modern Day Missus – Navigating a healthy living lifestyle, one vegan step at a time...
I remembered seeing a pumpkin muffin recipe a while ago flicking through a free food magazine but couldn't remember what was in it so with what was left over I just had to try and create a yummy, gluten/nut/dairy/crapfree veggie smuggling sweet pumpkin muffin recipe for snack time and also a great one to take for morning tea at kindy
Sugar FreeCoconut Rough. Roll into small balls and cover in desiccated coconut. The mixture should be quite sticky - if not (this can depend on the protein powder, add a little more water or coconut oil)
Well, I bookmarked her Vegan Gluten Free Gingerbread Cookies to try at Christmas, and I was really tempted by her Health(ier) Peanut (Not Quite) Brittle, but as I needed something for a morning tea with family I wanted something baked