• When you get less than 4 hours sleep, but your Wazoogle blueberry flapjacks are still lit as! Now I dont condone minimal sleep, but due to a few medical issues over the last few days I have really struggled to find comfort during these hot summer nights. So I found comfort in my kitchen instead, and in my recipes.

    The first few I cooked in coconut oil, however due to the nature of cooking flapjacks I still feel its best to use good Spray & Cook. Not only does it not burn the flapjack, it also allows the blueberries to stay more intact when executing your flip’aroo.

    Now that my belly and heart are full, its time to tackle my to do list!

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    INGREDIENTS:

    • 1 whole egg, 1 egg white
    • 1 banana
    • 1 serving of Wazoogle Vanilla superfood protein powder
    • 1/2 tsp backing powder
    • 1 tsp cinnamon
    Step 1 :
    Place all ingredients in a blender, and whiz that shiz up!
    Step 2:
    Pour mixture onto a medium to hot pan, using a tsp of coconut oil & four blueberries for each flapjack.
    Step 3:
    Once all the flapjacks have been made, add a handful or two of blueberries into the same pan with a small amount of water.
    Cook blueberries until they have broken slightly and stained the water to create a sauce like consistency.
    Step 4:
    Add to your fav plate and decorate!
    December 29, 2016
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  • Tis the season am I right? Now before reading further please note that I am not one to say no to festive foods, or drank however I do feel that vegans can be slightly forgotten over this period due to Aunt Tutu’s banging ice-cream cake stealing the show.

    So instead of trying to match that sugary goodness (which yes I will be having PLENTY of) I thought it might be more mindful creating a small and super easy dish for the vegans of the family.

    With only 7 ingredients to make and a few hours in the fridge, your pudding duties will not only leave your wallet nice and choosy but spare you time for that last minute Christmas shopping.

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    INGREDIENTS:

    • 1 ½ cups of Almond Breeze Almond Milk Original Unsweetened
    • 1/3 cup chia seeds
    • 1/4 Wazoogles Moondust
    • 2 Tbsp maple syrup
    • 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
    • 1/4 tsp sea salt

    Add all ingredients except syrup to the mixing bowl or blender.
    Leave over night in the fridge and create a magical bowl in the morning (adding in your maple syrup)

    December 20, 2016
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  • Today started with an early SWEAT1000 class, a creamy flat white and a green smoothie bowl. In my view, the PERFECT morning!

    I found myself wanting some grounding this morning, which lead me to my obvious choice of a green Wazoogles smoothie bowl and some added Headspace meditation afterwards. With so much going on towards the end of the year, I find this is the most important time of the year to slow yourself down.

    So what is Headspace? Well to keep it short and sweet, its an app that walks you through the principles of mediation in 10 free sessions.
    A while back I wasn’t in a great headspace due to the people I surrounded myself with, so I made the personal choice to see a life coach and one of the three things he left me with was downloading the Headspace app. Its simple, well illustrated and can be practiced in the comfort of your own home.

    Link for more information: https://www.headspace.com/headspace-meditation-app

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    INGREDIENTS:

    • 2 frozen bananas
    • hand full of frozen strawberries
    • 2 scoops Wazoogles Plant Power
    • 1/4 cup pomegranates
    • 1 cup Almond Breeze milk
    • 1 tbsp hemp seeds
    • 1 diced kiwi
    Step 1 :
    Place all ingredients in a blender, and whiz that shiz up!
    Step 2:
    Pour mixture into your favorite smoothie bowl and top with season fruit.
    November 22, 2016
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  • Even though its summer here in Cape Town, this morning was gloomy and there was no denying it was porridge weather.

    My usual go to would be cinnamon oats, but I had some time this morning to experiment so quinoa it was! I don’t know about y’all, but the concept of putting something that is the equivalent to Couscous into my breakfast was making me second guess my idea, but the big guys at Wazoogles had given this recipe to me the day before and I would trust them with my most precious blogging bowl.

    With a few question marks, and a second guess here and there I managed to recreate the Wazoogle recipe. The rich, creaminess blew me away! How have I not thought of this before? Not only did the quinoa make the porridge dense (just the way I like it) the consistency was still light, and didn’t leave me feeling heavy or hungry.

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    INGREDIENTS:

    • 1 scoop Wazoogles Moondust
    • 1/4 cup quinoa
    • 1/4 cup whole rolled oats
    • 1 ¼ cup water
    • ½ sliced banana
    • 1 tsp honey
    • 1 tbsp coconut oil
    • 1 tbsp tahini or nut butter of your choice
    • toppings: other half of the banana sliced, almonds/cashews.
    • almond milk to make it creamy
    DIRECTIONS:
    • Bring water to boil in a small pot, add quinoa and simmer (total time 15mins).
    • After the quinoa has simmered for 5 mins, add the banana and oats to the pot and continue to simmer on low heat for another 10mins or until all the water has been absorbed.
    • The texture should be wet, but the water should have absorbed. If too dry add a touch more water.
    • Turn off heat and stir in Chocolate Moondust, coconut oil, nut or seed butter and honey for a creamy delicious consistency.
    • Add to a bowl, top with the other ½ sliced banana and strawberries, drizzle with tahini and top with scattered cacao nibs and walnuts.
    • Serve and enjoy in a warm quiet corner, where no one will disturb you whilst you can purr like a happy little unicorn.
    November 14, 2016
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  • INGREDIENTS:

    Step 1 :
    With a sharp knife, cut into your coconut (I would suggest you do this outside as it can get a little messy)
    Once opened , pour the fresh coconut water in to a glass for step two. Wash coconut out, and set aside of mixture.
    Step 2:
    Place all ingredients on list into a blender, whiz that shiz up and pour directly into your fresh coconut.
    Add chopped fresh fruit and DANG, you got yourself a tropical breakfast that’s full of nutrients.
    October 24, 2016
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So take a girl with the energy of a greyhound stuck behind a desk for too many years who gave it all up to pursue a more fulfilling life centered around her passion for health and fitness. That rather convoluted sentence sums me up.

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