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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.

Our favourite healthy baking recipes

Banana loaf with toasted coconut Liz Earle WellbeingBanana loaf with toasted coconut

This deliciously moist banana loaf with toasted coconut makes a wonderful teatime treat. The nutty crunch of the coconut perfectly accompanies the stickiness of the dates, with the apricot jam adding a fabulously fruity edge. Enjoy with your favourite cup of tea.
Banana loaf with toasted coconut recipe

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!).
Chocolate and avocado mini-bites recipe

Oat and berry breakfast barraspberry and oat breakfast bar liz earle wellbeing

These delicious breakfast bars are jam-packed with pro- and prebiotics, ideal for supporting our gut health. The addition of chia seeds provides a healthy hit of omega-3 fats. These fatty acids are great for our bodies. They support healthy brain function, the heart, joints as well as our general wellbeing.
These oat breakfast bars are great if you’re always on-the-go, and they’re ideal for adding to packed lunches.
Oat and berry breakfast bar recipe

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. Almonds are fantastic for our wellbeing and are bursting with skin-friendly nutrients, such as vitamin E.  Enjoy it washed down with a cortado – a Spanish coffee that consists of equal parts espresso and warm milk. Delicious!
Dark chocolate and almond cake recipe
date chocolate beauty bombs

Tropical beauty bombs

These beauty bombs provide an instant hit of summer, whatever the weather. Packed with skin-saving nutrients, they’re an easy healthy snack to give you a radiant glow from the inside out. Flavoured with the natural sweetness of dried apricots and mango, this low-sugar treat is ideal when you’re in need of that something sweet.
Tropical beauty bombs recipe

Lemon shortbread recipe

flower lemon shortbread, not just a pretty plateNostalgic, comforting and beautifully buttery, there are few things that accompany a cup of tea quite like these zesty lemon shortbread biscuits. For a quick pudding, they’re also lovely served after supper with some lightly roasted rhubarb and a dollop of crème fraîche.
Lemon shortbread recipe

Dark chocolate rocky road recipe

Chocolate rocky road recipeThis dark chocolate rocky road recipe is the grown-up version of a childen’s classic treat. This version is low in sugar and packed with colourful fruit and nuts. It’s the perfect treat to enjoy when you’re seeking something sweet, without the need to reach for refined sugar. Plus, slicing this recipe into squares means you have easy control over your portion size.
Dark chocolate rocky road recipe

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