Carrot & Raspberry Loaf | Guilt free treat

After request from you guys here's the recipe for this delicious loaf! I've baked this twice last week. It's really a treat that you can eat every day!


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Carrot & Raspberry Loaf


  • 200g white flour

  • 80g wholemeal flour

  • 2 tsp baking powder

  • 1 tsp cinnamon

  • 1 tsp ground cardamom

  • 1/4 tsp cloves

  • 1 tbsp vanilla extract

  • 3-6 tbsp of coconut sugar, honey, fruit syrup etc (depending on how sweet you want it)

  • 1 punnet of raspberries (frozen works too)

  • 2 eggs

  • 200-250 ml milk of choice (I used coconut milk)

  • 150-200g carrot pulp (if using a whole carrot, grated use 100-150g as the juice haven't been extracted from the pulp)


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Mix dry ingredients in a bowl, mix the wet ingredients together and add it to the dry ingredients. Add the carrot in the end.


Butter a loaf pan and add the mixture in. Press down the raspberries in the loaf and sprinkle with oats.


Bake in the oven for 30-40 minutes on 200 degrees, or until the loaf is golden brown.



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A simple tasty dish that can shed those festive pounds | BUDDHA BOWL

Good morning!


It's January, most of us are trying to lose the festive pounds and spending most of our time in our house because our bank accounts ain't looking so pretty. Well, folks, I'm glad you landed on this page as I'm going to share with you an incredible dish which is super nutritious, amendable and TASTY!


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You can call this a salad or a Buddha Bowl, I think Buddha Bowl has a better ring to it so let's go with that.


There's no rules when it comes to making a Buddha Bowl. You can add whatever you like - as long as what you put in it goes together. Like, you wouldn't add soya noodles with hummus. Unless thats your thing.


In this one that is pictures Iv'e added:


BUDDHA BOWL


- Rocket

- Black beans

- Plum tomatos

- Avocado

- Homemade hummus

- Port salute

- Sunflower seeds

- Sourdough bread

- Fresh squeeze of lemon juice

- Drizzle of extra virgin olive oil

- Seasoned with Himalayen sea salt, pepper and chilli flakes


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You can add rice, quinoa, bulgur wheat, pasta etc etc to bulk it up with more carbohydrates and calories


You can add fish, seafood or meat


You can add stir fry vegetables or keep them raw and fresh


You can make it all hot or all cold


No rules!


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This is also such a great way to use up leftovers in the fridge and minimise food waste.


I had this bowl for lunch yesterday and made another version for dinner that I will share with you later this week so you get some more inspo!


DC x