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Salads are a great way to get your fill of fresh ingredients all year round by taking advantage of the bounty of in-season produce. Not only are salads a great way to enjoy a healthy meal, but they're also incredibly versatile. Are you looking for an easy and delicious summer salad recipe? Look no further! Our homemade Australian salmon salad recipe is the perfect addition to your summer menu. This salad is full of flavour and nutrition and is sure to tantalize your taste buds! Tips for Creating Healthy Salads When it comes to creating healthy salads, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, make sure to include a variety of colourful vegetables. This will ensure that you're getting a variety of vitamins and minerals. Also, try to include some healthy fats, such as olive oil, nuts, or seeds.

Coconut confetti is either in shredded or desiccated coconut texture that has been dehydrated and cut into thin, small pieces. This unique and versatile mix of coconut superfoods can add a delicious and healthy twist to various recipes. It's a favourite of health-conscious individuals and those seeking a unique dish flavour. In this article, we'll explore what coconut confetti is, its nutritional benefits, and the many ways how to use it. So, let's get started!   What is Coconut Confetti? Coconut confetti is made by shredding fresh coconut meat and then dehydrating it. This process removes the moisture from the coconut and turns it into thin, small pieces that resemble confetti. Coconut confetti differs from other coconut products like coconut flakes because of its size and texture. The Coconut Store's Coconut Confetti is a healthy and delicious way to top off your cakes, treats, smoothie bowls, salads, and even cocktails. It has a subtle and naturally

Coconut is a tropical fruit famous for its many culinary and medicinal uses. Many use coconut for both sweet and savoury dishes. It is also a flavour enhancer in many recipes. Nevertheless, there is more to this tropical fruit than meets the eye. Coconut comes in three popular textures: shredded, desiccated, and flaked. Each of these textures affects the use of coconut for food and drinks. Read on to learn more about the various types of coconuts and what makes them unique! What’s the Difference Between Dried and Fresh Coconuts? First, it’s important to note that dried and fresh coconuts differ. Dried coconuts are mature brown coconuts harvested, dried, and shelled. They’re often shredded or ground into a flour-like texture. Since they’re pre-shredded, they’re easy to use in dishes that call for coconut. Dried coconuts are not as sweet as fresh ones

How do you top off your cake? A dollop of frosting? A handful of sprinkles? Organic coconut confetti? A few people only use the last option, but this delicious topping will send your taste buds dancing with delight! The confetti adds even more flavour to the cake while providing some fun texture that kids and adults love. Do you want to make a delicious coconut cake? We got you! This delicious cake is great for beginners and those who find it challenging to bake. You only need a few ingredients, and the overall texture is fantastic: pleasant density, tenderness, and velvety cut - loved by everyone. So, if you have birthdays, children’s parties, job promotions, engagements, baby showers, or other celebrations and don’t have much time, this recipe will definitely come in handy for you. Enjoy and have fun baking! Preparation time:

In my household, we like a bit of DIY, mainly when it comes to activities with my daughter. We've made DIY coconut oil playdough in the past, which was fun and messy and part of the appeal to my daughter as she was allowed to make a mess! I recently found this DIY coconut oil play dough recipe on Niulife by Becc Harnas. Fun to play with and left our hands feeling soft. DIY Coconut Oil playdough Ingredients (1 jar) Flour 1 cup ½ cup of salt Coconut oil 2 tsp spoons of coconut oil 1 cup of water Two tablespoons of cream of tartar Food colouring of choice (4-5 drops per dough recipe, more for a darker shade of colour) Method Combine water, food colouring, and coconut oil in a pot or saucepan and mix. In a large mixing bowl, combine

Bath bombs can turn a simple bath into a fizzy tub of wellness, particularly when you make your own using natural ingredients. This recipe includes coconut oil which will leave your skin feeling smooth and nourished, calendula which is great for the skin due to its healing properties, lavender oil which is known for its calming properties, as well as the base ingredients needed to make a bath bomb. Make your own bath bombs with: 1 cup of bi-carb soda 1/2 cup of Epsom salts 1/2 cup of citric acid 1/2 cup of cornstarch 1.5 tablespoons of water 2 tablespoons of coconut oil a few drops of food colouring 3 drops of lavender oil A sprinkle of calendula (or any dried flower or herb) A bath bomb or silicone baking mold, ice cube trays, Steps: Mixing the dry ingredients, except the citric

Vegan Coconut and Chocolate Biscuits are easy to make and, as the name suggests, are full of coconut and chocolate goodness. My daughter is one of the kindest and most joyful humans I know; at seven, she inspires me to spread joy in the world. Her teacher moved into a brand new home in our area last weekend, and Dahlia wanted to give him and his partner a housewarming gift to celebrate their life event. Buying and moving into your first home is a BIG event and so exciting! My daughter came up with some very random ideas and eventually settled on homemade biscuits, and this is our Vegan Coconut and Chocolate Biscuits recipe. Ingredients: 1/3 cup of coconut flour 1/3 cup of almond meal 1/3 cup of coconut sugar 1/3 cup of plain flour 1/4 teaspoon of baking powder 1 tablespoon of cacao

Make dairy-free Coconut Yoghurt that is bursting with a delicious coconut flavour and tangy beneficial live cultures. Add it to your morning muesli, smoothie, or whenever you like. The Mad Millie Coconut Yoghurt Kit makes up to 8 L of Coconut Yoghurt and contains three active bacteria strains, no artificial flavours and preservatives. It is a perfect kit for beginners and those who love to make food from scratch. The yoghurt culture is shelf stable for 8 months at temperatures under 25 degrees Celsius. You can also store cultures in the freezer to prolong their life. Gluten Free - Dairy Free - Vegan - Nut Free What's included in your Coconut Yoghurt kit? 1 L Glass Jar Thermometer Dairy-Free Yoghurt Culture Thickener (a thickener made from organic tapioca, organic sugar and GMO-free maltodextrin (sourced from corn) Coconut Yoghurt Ingredients: 800 mL coconut milk or cream (at least 60%

Do you want to know how to make a slow cook dahl recipe? It's an easy dish to feast on! Whenever I go home, my mum always asks, "Beta, what would you like to eat?" and the answer is always dahl (lentil soup). It is the best comfort food as it has rich layers of flavours and feels like a soupy warm hug. Everyone seems to have their own recipe, and mine does change slightly each time I make it, as I might add an extra spice or omit one. This is the base slow cook dahl recipe using coconut oil and ghee. You can also add veggies and chillis for a bit of a kick. Ingredients 2 cups of lentils 1 garlic clove thumb size of ginger 1TBS coconut oil and ghee 1 tomato 4 cardamom pods 1/2 tsp cumin seeds 1/2

Organic coconut flour is a grain-free, wheat-free, and naturally gluten-free alternative to other flours. It is a naturally sweet, fine powder suitable for those following a paleo, gluten-free or plant-based lifestyle. Producers make coconut flour by removing fresh organic coconut meat from the coconut, drying it, and extracting oil. Then, they grind the dried meat into a powder resembling wheat flour. Like other flours, you can use Coconut Flour to make bread, muffins, cookies, fritters, pancakes, or slow-cooked creations. However, its high fibre content and density mean you cannot use Coconut Flour in the same ratio as other flours. It will require more liquid and additional eggs added to a recipe. 1 cup wheat flour = 1/3 coconut flour, Add 1 egg and 1/3 cup of extra liquid for every 1/3 cup of organic coconut flour. Click HERE for a go-to coconut flour recipe for