Macadamia & Goji Delight





Macadamia & Goji Delight
Sometimes sweet cravings come at the worst times, or you want something gorgeous for when friend are coming over so you NEED recipes that are quick, easy and delicious!

  • 1 cup coconut oil (I use JT's Coconut Essence)
  • 1 cup rice malt syrup (can use less if too sweet for you, I use Pure Harvest)
  • 1 cup nut paste (use a pure nut paste i.e. just nuts! I use Nutworks and the Chocolate Factory macadamia paste)
  • 2 tablespoons Nutra Organics vanilla protein powder (I love this stuff, all organic and it is also high in vitamin D, you get this HERE and enter codeword nutrafriends for 10% off for the next few days too!) {OPTIONAL}
  • 1/2 cup goji berries
  • 1/2 cup semi smashed raw macadamias
Method
  • Add runny coconut oil to a bowl, stir in rice malt syrup and mix together with a wooden spoon until it looks lovely and mixed.
  • Stir in nut paste and vanilla powder.
  • When well mixed add in nuts and goji berries.
  • Pour into a container and put in the fridge to set.
  • Leave for 1- 2 hours.
  • Remove, cut up and enjoy!!
Toddler Tip
  • Cut into small pieces as a little healthy treat, great fun for an afternoon tea party!
Tips

  • I take runny coconut oil and put the bowl in the fridge for about 10 minutes or until I just see a light crystallization around the edges and then mix, it seems to blend together much creamier!
  • we found this beautiful but also really sweet so you only need a small amount to satisfy those sweet cravings!
Eat Beautiful!
Bek xxx

16 comments:

  1. This sounds delicious and perfect for me when I'm staying off sugar. Do you need to go to a health food store to get the nut paste? Dropping in to say hi via #teamIBOT

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    1. Hi Renee, any nut paste is fine, I try to look for a good pure nut paste, you can usally get these from health food shops and places like Jeffers on the Sunshine Coast, sometimes even coles, woolies iga will have them, I just really like the Nutworks macadamia one :)

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  2. Can't wait to try out this recipe. My daughter has Lyme's disease and only feels well when she stays off gluten, dairy and sugar. BUT - she still craves sweet things.

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    1. Oh she will love this then Kalpanaa!!
      I also have some gorgeous chocolate recipes here that are sugar free too!!

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  3. Oh my! this looks amazing and I am sure it tastes deliciously!

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  4. Your picture of this treat brings to mind tastes from my past. I can almost feel the texture melting in my mouth. I'll bet it's delicious.

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    1. It really was Francene! I have to make more, it didn't last long!

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  5. This sounds gorgeous, Bek!
    I haven't visited your blog in such a long time!
    (Sorry!)

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  6. You can't go wrong with macadamias as an ingredient. These were always our go-to snack as kids :)

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  7. This looks like the perfect way to overindulge without getting the inevitable sugar hit. Thanks for linking up with us for Fabulous Foodie Fridays :)

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