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3 ways to enjoy coconut today April 23 2019, 0 CommentsWant to eat more coconut but not sure where to begin? Here are 3 of my family's FAVE coconut recipes, all vegan and gluten free. Enjoy!
Crunchy Coconut & Roasted Cauliflower Curry - Vegan June 22 2016, 0 Comments
What you'll need:
Half head of Cauliflower
1/2 Cup Snowpeas
3 TBSP Curry Powder
1 TSP Ground Cumin
1 TSP Tumeric
1 TSP Garlic
2 TSP Ginger
1 TSP Chilli or Chilli flakes (optional)
2 TBSP Sweet Chilli Sauce
2-3 TBSP Nuttelex (or any Vegan butter)
400ml Coconut Milk
Beach Harvest Curry Coconut Chips (snack size bag)
2 Cups Jasmine Rice
What to do:
Set Oven to 200 degrees and line a pan with baking paper.
Melt 2 Tablespoons of Nuttelex in a pan and add 1 Tablespoon of Curry Powder - break florets off the Cauliflower Head and coat in the mixture. Place on to your pan and roast in the oven for 20 minutes.
Using the same pan, add a little more Nuttelex if needed and then add your Garlic, Ginger, Chilli & Sweet Chilli Sauce. Fry until fragrant and then add 2 Tablespoons of Curry Powder before pouring in all of the coconut milk.
Add the Cumin and Tumeric and lower the heat to a gentle simmer.
Cook your Rice and when it's nearly done, add half the bag of Coconut Chips to the curry and mix well.
Once the rice is ready to be served, add the Cauliflower to the curry sauce and plate up.
Use more Curry Coconut Chips to garnish and enjoy!
PS - Want to try this recipe with the Curry Coconut Chips? Use code JuneCurry to save 10% on your order of our Curry Coconut Chips, exp 30 June 2016.
Homemade Muesli - Vegan, Paleo, No Sugar June 07 2016, 0 Comments
I'm honoured and thrilled to have this recipe from the lovely Naomi from Raw Gems*. Here is her recipe for Homemade Muesli. Thanks Naomi! xo
Muesli is very easy to make! You can add whatever you like to suit your own tastebuds. Here’s what I used in mine. All the ingredients that I use are organic.
4 cups of oats
1 cup bran
1 cup Puffed rice
1 cup Puffed buckwheat
1 cup shredded coconut
1 cup Sultanas
½ cup Sun flower seeds
½ cup Pepitas seeds
½ cup Goji berries
½ cup Cranberries
½ cup Slithered Almond
½ cup Currants
Add all ingredients in a large bowl or container, layer by layer. Once all ingredients are in the container, stir with a wooden spoon until the mixture is even throughout. Enjoy with your favourite milk - my favourite is activated almond milk.
Save remaining muesli in an air-tight container. Enjoy!
Want to try Naomi's Homemade Muesli with our Maple Coconut Chips? Click here and enter code NaomiMuesli to get 10% off your Coconut Chips purchase! Valid til 9 June 2016.
*Raw Gems is a mother-daughter small business duo based in Julatten, Queensland. Their raw desserts are vegan, raw, and refined-sugar-free. Check them out - they are absolutely delicious! Find them @RawGems on Instagram and Facebook!
Christmas Shopping 2015 December 02 2015, 0 Comments
We are thrilled to offer our 2015 Coconut Chip Christmas gift box!
Featuring 5 bags - three large and two small - in the flavours of your choice, this gift box is perfect: Thoughtful, healthy, and Australian. $39 including GST + postage.
Saving 17% off the retail price, this gift is perfect for all "foodies" and good food lovers. Or, for that person that is difficult to buy for, or the person with food allergies and intolerances, this is great.
The chips are wrapped in a eco friendly reusable black box, decorated with Christmas ribbons and stickers. Price also includes a hand-written Christmas card and gift tag.
We know you have a lot of Christmas options, and are thankful you've considered us. We are a small family business in Queensland, Australia, and love what we do.
Merry Christmas from our family to yours!
Homemade Fudge with Coconut Sprinkles. Vegan, Raw, and Paleo friendly! July 13 2015, 0 Comments
I have the BEST recipe for homemade fudge - it's Paleo and Vegan, healthy and delicious.
This is perfect to make for the unannounced guest ("Hey, can we pop in for a quick cuppa?") or last minute 'bring a plate to share' function.
Here it is:
BLITZ these items (I use my blender):
1/2 cup coconut oil
1/2 cup cacao powder (or cocoa powder)
1/2 cup maple syrup
1 cup walnuts
1 tbsp macadamia oil
2 pinches salt
When finished, stir through 50 grams of our COCONUT SPRINKLES. I prefer to use either Maple, Himalayan Salt, or Plain. But, if you prefer to add a bit of extra spice, use the Sweet Chilli.
Spread mix into a glass baking dish (I usually line mine with cling wrap or baking paper). Sprinkle COCONUT SPRINKLES on top.
Freeze 1 hour.
Get ready for the compliments - this is a super easy and quick recipe to make and is a guaranteed crowd pleaser!