On the West Coast, where pub food is king, Alisha McIntosh has created a wholefood haven for tourists and locals in the tiny town of Hari Hari. Discover this oasis of health, which is so much more than just a cafe.
Raw, refined-sugar free and oh-so-delicious, this lemon meringue pie is a superstar. Transforming the classic pie by using fresh coconut flesh and coconut cream instead of meringue, this indulgent dish will blow you away!
As delicious as the strawberry cream chocolates from the Favourites box but made of completely natural ingredients, these little cookies are divine! Keep them on hand for whenever you need a guilt-free treat.
These icy treats not only look and taste amazing but are also really good for you; the vitamin C and antioxidants from the blueberries and lemon juice will help keep your immune system charging so you can enjoy your summer adventures. Recipe by Megan May.
Can you imagine devouring a slice of rich, creamy cheesecake and feeling nothing but pleased with yourself? When it’s made solely with raw ingredients and contains no wheat, refined sugar or dairy, you can afford to be the smuggest hedonist in town
Why eat raw? When raw food is heated above 45°C, the enzymes that help you absorb essential nutrients are destroyed, so enjoy these delicious "good for you" raw chia chocolate puddings. Photography by Rob Shaw/bauersyndication.com.au
This is for the serious chocolate lover, a rich chocolate cake base layered with chocolate cream frosting. If you like, serve with coconut whipped cream and raspberry coulis. Raw desserts are one of the best ways to showcase the amazing flavours you can achieve with raw ingredients. It’s hard to imagine when eating this cake how it could possibly be raw; it just tastes insanely decadent and chocolatey. What is really brilliant about it, other than being full of chocolate, is that you now have a use for all that nut pulp you have left after making nut milk.