Raw Snickers Slice here we come...Naughty n'Nice

With our theme this week being about #HEALTHGOALS & #FITNESSGOALS 

We want to deliver you some quick & awesome go-to's for elevating your health, wellness and fitness. 

You know without your health you have nothing. 

HEALTH IS YOUR WEALTH! So we want to be mega wealthy!

Do you find you don't have time for healthy meals?

Don't have inspiration when it comes to dinner? Or your brain is all out of decision making because this adulting is hard!? We want to make it easier. 

Researchers at Cornell University estimate we make 226.7 decisions each day on food alone. 


It's also been estimated that the average adult makes about 35,000 remotely conscious decisions each day.

So here's a perfect website by an inspiring lady Jacqueline Alwill, who is a qualified nutritionist, author and founder of The Brown Paper Bag Nutrition (Great articles, recipes that will make you drool and photos to show you how good it's going to be when you have made it!) + Brown Paper Bag Eats (their delivery meal service in Sydney). 


For delicious, healthy & easy recipes you don't need to be a Masterchef for.


For delivered meals to keep nutrition and flavour high for the busy career gal & guy!





Serves 20

2 cups fresh dates, pitted

1/2 cup natural peanut butter

1 tablespoon vanilla extract

1 cup activated buckwheat (buckinis) or puffed brown rice/quinoa

1 cup unsalted roasted peanuts, roughly chopped (you can leave raw if you wish for 100% raw bar)

1/4 cup coconut oil, melted

1/4 cup raw cacao powder

1 tbsp maple syrup

pinch sea salt


Place the dates, peanut butter and vanilla in food processor and blitz until mixture comes together to form a paste. Combine date mix, buckinis and 1/2 the peanuts in a bowl and mix to combine. Line a loaf tin (20x15cm or thereabouts) with greaseproof paper, spread mixture evenly into tin and place in freezer to set. Combine coconut oil, cacao powder, maple and sea salt in a separate bowl and whisk to combine. Pour chocolate mix over the set date mix, sprinkle with peanuts and place back in freezer to set for an hour. When ready, slice into small pieces and serve. Store in fridge or freezer up to 3 weeks.

Recipe from Brown Paper Bag Nutrition


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