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Amazing Apple & Pear Crumble

This recipe is as easy and as quick as an apple crumble gets! With the added benefits of being refined sugar free, gluten free and actually really good for you. But it's not just for the health conscious, as I discovered at my place.. It was gone within an hour of coming out of the oven (PRE-dinner, FYI) and everyone here loves their sweets! If you do manage to keep it away from hungry mouths until after dinner it makes for a delicious dessert. Enjoy x 2 apples, peeled and cored 2 pears, peeled and cored (or just use 2 more apples instead) 3-4 medjool dates chopped into small chunks 1tsp mixed spice (or 1tsp of your preferred spice/s) 1tbs...

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Tash's Gluten Free Loaf

Before the birth of Tash's Muesli Original I used to make a delicious gluten free bread dense with seeds and nuts thanks to a recipe I found online at For one reason or another I'd forgotten about the recipe and hadn't thought about it in over a year. Until the other day when I had a craving for Pumpernickel-esque bread. Which made me think of that bread I used to make. Which made me dig up the recipe. And on closer inspection of the recipe I decided I could attempt something similar with my original muesli, so I did. And it was an absolutely beautiful, tasty success!  So much texture and a surprisingly great balance of salty sweet so that...

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Tash's Muesli Protein balls

These delicious protein balls are made using Tash's Muesli Original and have a great balance of macronutrients (protein, carbohydrates and healthy fats). They're perfect as a snack between meals, breakfast on the go or even as a guilt free treat! They're also gluten free and did I mention, delicious? Recipe is as follows... 1cup Tash's Muesli Original 1/2cup vanilla whey protein powder 1/2cup peanut or almond butter 1/4cup maple syrup 1tbs melted coconut oil 1/4tsp mixed spice or cinnamon Pinch of salt Place all ingredients into a food processor and combine until the mixture turns into a crumble that sticks together when pressed between your fingers. Using about a tablespoon amount, shape into a ball with your hands. Repeat with the remaining mixture then...

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