Guilt-less Desserts & Treats for your Family
It’s exactly 1 month til Christmas.
Now before you start panicking and madly rushing around Kmart looking for your sons favourite Bey Blade I want to let you know I have you covered.
I have all the healthier and tastiest Christmas dessert and treat recipes you’ll ever need, and a few that I’m sure you’ll start making any time of year (like this wickedly good Chocolate Salami), in the 2018 Edition of Mummy Made. It A Healthy Christmas.
The newly updated version now has over 75 recipes, including puddings, fruit cakes, cookies, ice creams, desserts and amazing cakes that will cater for all your healthier and allergy friendly Christmas baking needs for just $12.99. It’s available for instant download and your house will smell like Gingerbread in no time! And, if you’ve purchased an earlier edition then you can upgrade FREE (details on how to do that at the bottom of this post). To help with the launch of the 2018 Edition I gave a 1 off exclusive interview…to myself (sadly, and pathetically, that’s because no one else asked to interview me!)
Why is Mummy Made.It A Healthy Christmas an essential part of everyone’s holiday season?
Christmas should be tasty. It should bring back memories of childhood Gingerbread Houses and Grandmas pudding with hidden pennies and it should be for everyone; regardless of their dietary restrictions.
Want Pudding? You can have it and maybe it’s got some hidden vegetables in there to balance out all the allergy friendly Gingerbread men you ate earlier.
Craving some old school Fruit Mince Tarts? Make your own and while you’re at it make a jar as a gift for your neighbour.
Enjoy a tasty Christmas with over 75 festive recipes to suit almost everybody.
Who does it cater for?
The recipes in this Healthy Christmas Recipe eBook cover a wide variety of dietary needs. All the recipes are Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Refined Sugar Free and Paleo friendly, with many Vegan, Egg Free and Nut Free options available.
There are cookies to make with the kids, Puddings for the centrepiece of your Christmas dinner and lots of recipes to make as gifts for friends and family.
Why Lisa are you STILL selling your healthy Christmas Recipe eBook?
I love this book. It’s my baby. It was the first long recipe book I made and I’m super proud of it. Not because it’s sold millions of copies (I wish!!!) but because it’s full of my heart, my food and my family.
It also helps navigate through a tricky time when catering for people with allergies, intolerances or dietary needs. The desserts and treats in this Recipe eBook can pass as ‘normal’ foods so no one has to miss out and everyone can enjoy the Christmas tradition that is over eating.
Thanks Lisa for your time.
This Chocolate Salami is a brand new recipe for the 2018 Edition of the Healthy Christmas Recipe eBook. I decided to share it with you as it’s so tasty and easy to make, and being super allergy friendly it makes a great gift to share…actually if you’re going to share it then I’d suggest you make 2 as chances are you’ll eat all the first one yourself!!!
This Chocolate Salami has nothing in common with real salami, except that it’s formed into a log shape. You can actually just press and set the mixture into a baking tin like a hedgehog slice if you prefer. The Chocolate part of the salami is made by mixing together the same ingredients as this healthy chocolate with sweet potato, and then stirring thru your choice of cookies, nuts, seeds or even dried fruits. The mixture then firms up in the fridge before being rolled into the salami shape or being set in a tin. The Chocolate Salami does need to be kept in the fridge as it is made from Coconut Oil which melts at room temperature.
So if you haven’t already please grab your instantly downloadable copy of Mummy Made.It A Healthy Christmas for only $12.99 by clicking here. If you have a previous edition you can upgrade for FREE by accessing your purchase email and the download link or email me and I will resend you a new link.
- 1/4 Cup Maple Syrup/Rice Malt Syrup
- 3 teaspoons Vanilla Extract
- 1/4 Cup Sweet Potato purée Banana can be substituted
- 1/3 Cup Cocoa
- 1/3 Cup Coconut Oil melted
- 125 grams Cookies broken into small pieces (but not too fine)
- 1/2 Cup of chopped Nuts Seeds or Dried fruits of choice. I used Almonds, Macadamias and Pumpkin Seeds
- Place the maple syrup, vanilla, sweet potato, cocoa and melted coconut oil into a food processor and process until smooth. Alternatively, a hand blender can be used.
- Stir through the cookies and nuts or seeds.
- Place the mixture in the fridge for 30 minutes to firm.
- Take the chocolate mixture out of the fridge and, using wrap etc, roll it into a log shape (aka the salami). It will be approx. 4cm wide and 17cm in length.
- Wrap the salami and place in the fridge for a minimum of 4 hours.
- If desired, lightly dust the outside of the Chocolate Salami with coconut flour or arrowroot.
- To serve, cut slices and devour.
- The Chocolate Salami will need to be kept in the fridge as it will soften at room temperature.
- Alternatively, this Chocolate Salami can be made in a baking tray and kept in the fridge or freezer.