We love these rich and indulgent dark mint chocolate thick-shelled cups by Divine Chocolate. They’re filled with a creamy and vibrant green matcha cashew butter filling. They are easy to make, taste delicious and are naturally vegan, gluten-free and packed with flavour.
Time: 15 minutes plus setting time
Makes: 6 large or 10-12 small cups
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Zaytoun was founded in 2004 to support the resilience and livelihoods of Palestinian farmers under occupation through fairly trading their olive oil. Zaytoun was initially funded by hundreds of customers who put up payment in advance of receiving their oil, through this they were able to establish themselves as a UK social enterprise.
Since its beginnings, Zaytoun has continued to evolve and develop and by receiving funding from Triodos Bank they now offer a wide range of Palestinian artisan foods and supported Palestinian farmers to pioneer the world’s first Fairtrade certified olive oil in 2009, sold through the UK market.
All of Zaytoun’s products can be used to make some delicious and nutritious plates of food. Take a look at some of Zaytoun’s recipes below:
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Sometimes you just need a gluten free cookie fix, and that’s ok. These gluten & dairy free oat cookies were the easiest to make, preparation took around 15 minutes and then 18 minutes in the oven. You can have delicious cookies in well under an hour! Continue reading Delicious Alchemy Gluten & Dairy Free Oaty Cookies
I’m not really one for cooking, I mastered Spaghetti Bolognese then I just stopped there. Thankfully this recipe for Tuna Pasta Bake made with sustainably sourced tuna is ridiculously easy, so even I can do it!
We’ve been selling sustainably sourced fish from Fish4Ever for a little while now, and I’ve been excited to try making something other than a sandwich with it – hence this delicious Tuna Pasta Bake! Continue reading Sustainable Tuna Pasta Bake
Who doesn’t love brownies? I don’t understand how anyone can’t find them delicious. And no one should have to miss out on all the chocolatey goodness which is why we’re sharing this gluten free brownie recipe! Continue reading Gluten Free Chocolate Brownie Recipe
If you watched the BBC’s ‘How to Stay Young’ you will have heard of Inulin already. It is recommended by experts to help reduce health risks because it aids visceral fat loss and increases fat metabolism. Get your daily dose with this smoothie recipe!
1/2 Cup of Strawberries
1/2 Cup of Raspberries
1/2 Cup of Blueberries
1 Tsp Organic Inulin Powder
1 Sliver of Ginger
1 Cup of Apple Juice
Blend all the ingredients together, pour into your favourite glass and enjoy!
We’re thrilled to have Inulin Powder newly in stock at Natural Collection, and can’t wait to try even more recipes with it. If you have any you’d like to share, let us know!
Packed with colour and spice, try this delicious healthy couscous recipe and let us know what you think! Suitable for vegetarians. Continue reading Spicy Couscous with Chickpeas Recipe
This fabulous recipe for Baked Peaches with Sweet Olive, Fig & Almond Relish comes from our friends at Olive Branch, a fantastic range of authentic Greek mezze, relishes and olives. You may associate olives with savoury dishes only, so this wonderful dessert is a real surprise and definitely worth making. It’s so easy! Continue reading Recipe – Baked Peaches with Sweet Olive & Fig
It’s the start of a New Year, almost a week after we’ve gorged ourselves on roast dinners, cheeseboards, mountains of chocolate, and – for many of us – too many glasses of Prosecco. It’s likely you’ve dusted off that Nutribullet or smoothie maker that’s been in the back of the cupboard since last January, and you’re wondering what exactly should you put in it? Well, this describes me perfectly at least! Continue reading What Should I Put in my NutriBullet?
Packed with energy-boosting essential nutrients, just a couple of teaspoons of our favourite Aduna Baobab superfruit powder in your breakfast smoothie, juice, yoghurt or porridge can help with that Christmas overindulgence. It’s a great source of antioxidants, vitamins & minerals too, great for your skin (New Year’s Eve party anyone?), immune system and general health. Continue reading Baobab – the natural hangover cure?