Our favourite healthy baking recipes

Here at Liz Earle Wellbeing, we’re big believers that there’s nothing a cup of tea and a slice of something sweet can’t fix. These are our all-time favourite healthy baking recipes for a naughty-but-nice teatime treat.

 

 

Banana loaf with toasted coconut Liz Earle WellbeingBanana loaf with toasted coconut
Upgrade your traditional banana loaf with a sprinkle of toasted coconut. The nutty, tropical crunch of the coconut balances out the sweet, stickiness of the dates for a perfect teatime treat. Best served warm and sprinkled with fresh berries.

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Chocolate and avocado mini-biteschocolate mini-bites The Good Gut Guide Liz Earle Wellbeing
These rich, chocolatey bites combine 85% cocoa, dried fruits, nuts, live yoghurt and avocado for a decadent treat. Better yet, they’ll keep for up to a week so are great for making ahead and snacking on throughout the week (if they aren’t snaffled up by hungry hands by then, that is!)

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Oat and berry breakfast barraspberry and oat breakfast bar liz earle wellbeing
These delicious breakfast bars are jam-packed with pro- and prebiotics, whilst the addition of chia seeds provides a healthy hit of Omega-3 fats. Great for busy bodies on-the-go or for packed lunches.

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Dark chocolate and almond cakechocolate and almond kladdkaka fika brownies liz earle wellbeing

Nothing beats a square of this rich, gooey kladdkaka, a dark chocolate and almond cake recipe from Sweden. Enjoy it washed down with a cortado – a Spanish coffee that consists of equal parts espresso and warm milk. Delicious!

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date chocolate beauty bombs

Tropical beauty bombs
Whatever the weather outside, these vibrant tropical beauty bombs will offer a burst of summer flavours and are packed with skin-saving nutrients that will give you a radiant glow from the inside out. Store in an airtight, refridgerated container for easy, weekday snacking.

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Liz’s no-bake healthy flapjack recipe

This foolproof, healthy flapjack recipe is packed with fruit and nuts and couldn’t be quicker to whip up. As the flapjack requires no baking, it’s a great go-to to make in bulk for that much-needed afternoon pick-me-up.

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Here at Liz Earle Wellbeing, we’re big believers that there’s nothing a cup of tea and a slice of something sweet can’t fix. These are our all-time favourite healthy baking recipes for a naughty-but-nice teatime treat.