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    In The Wild - Plant Based Afternoon Tea

    Tanya's The Living Room My Chelsea organic vegan raw food afternoon tea

    Inspired by the neighbourhood's famous gardens and an homage to plant life, Tanya Maher (Tanya's, Better Raw) and The Living Room at MY CHELSEA have gotten together to create an Afternoon Tea that takes you from the devilish to purely delectable. 
    'In the Wild' brings the best of raw living food and comfort food to tea at MY CHELSEA this Spring.
    From unique takes on traditional favourites, such as gluten free coconut cream and goji jam scones and raspberry drizzle vegan doughnuts to the heavenly seaweed slaw or avocado cream and sprouts sandwiches with alkalising cucumber rolls. 
    'In the Wild' also serves up the devilish dairy free salted caramel slice, superfood maqui berry and mango swirl cheezecake with cacao peanut butter mousse.


    raw food afternoon tea

    When: available reservation times from 3pm, Wednesday 25th April 2018
    Where: The Living Room at My Chelsea, 35 Ixworth Place, SW3 3QX London
    Directions: Here's a great link for your journey planning. To view a detailed map and nearest parking options, visit our website
    Transport: The nearest stations are South Kensington and Sloan Square. Victoria Street Station is a 10 minute taxi ride away
    Cost: £45pp includes wild teas

    Peanut Butter & Jelly Cheezecake (raw living, vegan, dairy free, gluten free, decadent cake of dreams!)

    Peanut Butter & Jelly Cheezecake (raw living, vegan, dairy free, gluten free, decadent cake of dreams!)
    THIS raw creamy decadent cheesecake truly came out special beyond words. The flavours had it all- zesty, punchy, salty, sweet, vanillary, gooey caramelly, chocolatey, refreshing, nutty and fruity- and together they just worked.

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    Golden Turmeric Latte Apple and Berry Crumble recipe

    Golden Turmeric Latte Apple and Berry Crumble recipe

    I love events like David Wolfe’s from last month, because I get to try the most amazing new and established plant based (vegan) superfood products.

    This SugaVida turmeric latte mix made quite the impression. It was very much love at first sip so I had to stock up for home.

    Turns out it’s not only seriously amazing with hot oat, almond or coconut milk, you can also make lots of recipes with it. It even sneaked its way into my Apple Berry Crumble and was so tasty, I had to jot the recipe down for you guys!

    If you can’t get hold of Suga Vida, scroll to read what you can use instead. Hope you love this recipe too...

    1/2 cup x Coconut sugar
    1 tbsp x Cinnamon
    1/2 cup x Hot water
    4-5 x Apples, peeled and sliced
    1 cup x Frozen berries

    1/4 cup x SugaVida Turmeric Latte Mix*
    1/2 cup Rolled oats
    1/3 cup x Buckwheat flour
    1 tbsp x Coconut sugar
    1/2 tbsp x Cinnamon
    1/2 tsp x Pink salt
    1/3 cup x Juice from cooking the fruit
    3 tbsp x Extra virgin coconut oil, melted

    *If you can’t get hold of SugaVida, mix 1 tbsp turmeric powder, 1 tbsp Cinnamon, 1 tsp cardamom, pinch black pepper and 2 tbsp coconut sugar together.

    Stir hot water, sugar and cinnamon in a pot over medium heat until sugar dissolves. Add the fruit, stir, reduce heat and cover with lid. Stir again after 10 minutes, repeat twice more.

    Preheat the oven to 180 C / Gas 4. Preferably fan baking.

    Add the dry crumble ingredients to a Tupperware container, seal on the lid and shake to mix. Add the juice and oil, shake again with lid on. You may need to use your hands to rub in the liquids evenly and work the mixture till you have a crumbly dough.

    Transfer all the fruit into an overproof dish, sprinkle with the crumble using your hands. Bake for 30 minutes or until the top is golden brown.

    Enjoy with coconut ice cream or yogurt!

    Healthy toddler food diaries - What I feed my 15 months old in a day

    Healthy toddler food diaries - What I feed my 15 months old in a day

    Lake Maher plant based vegan food diary Today is all about yummy healthy foods for kids! I've had so so many requests to share what I feed Lake ever since she came along nearly 16 months ago, that I've had the brilliant idea of filming a whole day's worth of her food intake. So 'brilliant', that it took me an entire week to film it and then another week to paste it all together. (Mums and dads - I know you hear me!) But I did it and if you're into it, then prepare to see a monthly edition :) In this one short video, I cover everything from making seed milks from scratch to using supplements to three ingredient purees and raw porridges, as well as share my tips on how I keep her teeth clean of dehydrated fruits (it's not with a toothbrush). Enjoy watching and please let me know what you think! Happy Friday! P.S. There is already a post packed with three ingredient weaning recipes, here: http://betterraw.com/2016/08/healthy-baby-weaning-recipes-3-ingredients-less.html P.P.S. The Alkaline Cleanse returns in June! Check your inbox for all the details next week. Here's how to subscribe if you aren't already receiving my updates>>