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Zesty Raw Lemon & Coconut Cheesecake

This amazing raw lemon & coconut cheesecake is a nutritionally dense dessert that will serve your health and feed your soul!

Tamarind & Lemon Tart with Salted Peanut Praline | Baking | MiNDFOOD

Change up the classic lemon tart recipe with the inclusion of sharp and exotic tamarind. This gorgeous silky dessert is sure to impress when placed in the middle of the table just don't expect leftovers.

It’s the height of summer and is it ok to say that I’m already looking forward to the first sign of fall? It’s my favorite season of the year, and I look forward to the shift of seasons earlier than …

It’s the height of summer and is it ok to say that I’m already looking forward to the first sign of fall? It’s my favorite season of the year, and I look forward to the shift of seasons earlier than …

Beautiful vegan coconut ice cream with hints of lavender and swirls of wild blueberries. Creamy, coconutty and satisfying on a summer afternoon.

Wild Blueberry Lavender Coconut Ice Cream - Beautiful vegan coconut ice cream with hints of lavender and swirls of wild blueberries. Creamy, coconutty and satisfying on a summer afternoon.

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Whenever I think of my travels in Italy, I think of hazelnut gelato. My first trip to Italy was when I was 12 years old and it was just me and my Mama. I think I had gelato two or three times every single day of that trip (thanks Mum!). Most of the time, that gelato was straight up hazelnut. There were tons of flavours in every gelateria, but hazelnut was just something different. I could've gone for chocolate, stracciatella, nutella, or vanilla (all my favourites), but in the end, haze...

Whenever I think of my travels in Italy, I think of hazelnut gelato. My first trip to Italy was when I was 12 years old and it was just me and my Mama. I think I had gelato two or three times every single day of that trip (thanks Mum!). Most of the time, that gelato was straight up hazelnut. There were tons of flavours in every gelateria, but hazelnut was just something different. I could've gone for chocolate, stracciatella, nutella, or vanilla (all my favourites), but in the end, haze...