Healthyland Chocolate 🍫

Here is a simple recipe that we make in our house weekly. In our house we call it Healthyland Chocolate.

It satisfies my choccie cravings and I prefer it over the taste of normal chocolate now. I love it because it’s not only filled with lots of good fats but it’s made with cacao which is high in magnesium and iron.

Healthyland Chocolate


3 tbsp organic coconut oil

2 tbsp organic peanut butter

1 tsp Manuka honey ( or one serving of stevia powder)

2-3 tbsp cacao (depending on how rich you like it)


1. In a saucepan melt the coconut oil, peanut butter and Manuka honey.

2. Take off the heat and mix in the cacao powder.

3. Pour into little chocolate moulds and place in the freezer to set.


– Can swap the Manuka honey for maple syrup or rice malt syrup

– I love to add in essential oils.I love 1-2 drops Peppermint or 1 drop Wild Orange it 1 drop Lavender. I use the DoTERRA essential oils.

– If I am wanting more protein in my diet I also mix in 2 tbsp of Vanilla or Chocolate Protein.

– Can mix in muesli, nuts or blueberries.

– Mix in one scoop of @ponoprobiotics Coconut to the mix to.

So many variety’s to choose from.

Thanks for reading. Tag #healthylandchocolate or my Instagram @aliceinhealthyland I would love to see your recreations.

Photos are of myself taken by @wyldefolkstudio

Alice xo

Cacao and coconut moose slice 🌴

Cacao and coconut moose slice🍫.

As promised here is the recipe for this delicious simple recipe


Base – Blitz 1 cup raw oats, 1/4 cup chia seeds, 4 dates, 1 tsp cinnamon, 1/4 cup coconut water in the blender


Scoop out and place into moulds and allow to set for 15minutes in the freezer


In the middle layer I used 1/2 tub of pure and free coconut cacao moose


Top is just my cleaner cacao bark recipe – 3 tbsp coconut oil, 2 tbsp peanut butter or almond spread, 1 tsp honey (melt) and then mix in 3 tbsp cacao


Pour on top and then freeze for another hour at least before serving


Enjoy 🌴 🍫 #showmehowyouhealthy


I got the coconut chocolate moose from @wrayorganiccleveland

Strawberry and Pumpkin Little Bites 

🍓 Strawberry and Pumpkin Little Bites 🎃 

This recipe is perfect for your little baby or toddler for a morning tea or afternoon snack. Great healthy snack for mumma too.


1/2 cup cooked pumpkin 

1/2 cup organic raw oats

1 banana 

1 tsp cinnamon 

1 organic egg

1 tsp yogurt 


Blitz all ingredients in blender 


Put mixture into mini muffin moulds and top with strawberries


Place in a 180 degree preheated oven


Bake for 15minutes


Enjoy with your kiddies. 


Breakfast Loaf


300g organic oats – blitzed into a flour like consistency

100g vanilla protein

1 banana

1 red apple

3 eggs

1/2 a cup of water or milk of choice

1 tsp cinnamon


Blitzed all ingredients in my @omniblendaustralia

Mixed in 100g fresh blueberries

Place in ovenproof dish and bake in a preheated 180 degree oven for 45min

Serve and enjoy


-this does 4-5 breakfasts for me, I serve with Greek yogurt and a few extra berries 🍓

-can be frozen


BAKED CHICKEN FINGERS – @mylittleoneeats


500G skinless chicken breasts
1 cup almond meal
1 tsp smoked paprika (can omit for younger babies)
1 Tbsp Nutritional yeast flakes
1 tsp herbamare or sea salt
2 eggs
olive oil
** For the adult version you can also add 1 teaspoon of cumin, garlic and paprika.
Preheat your oven to 180degrees Celcius
Cut the chicken breasts into fingers about one inch wide
Mix together almond meal, smoked paprika, yeast flakes and salt in a bowl
Mix two eggs together in a separate bowl
Place each piece of chicken in the egg mixture and then coat in the almond meal mixture
Place onto your line baking tray, drizzled with olive oil
Bake for 25 minutes until the coating is a nice golden brown colour
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Cacao Bites 

Yesterday I made some healthy alternatives to chocolate (which I felt like demolishing a whole block of). .Recipe .

3 tbsp organic coconut oil

2 tbsp organic peanut butter (I used crunchy)

1 tbsp organic Manuka honey


Melt all ingredients and mix in 3 tbsp organic cacao powder. I also mixed in 1 scoop of cacao blast @harvest_industries protein powder (optional but I wanted some more protein in my diet). .

Pour mixture into cute moulds from Kmart or just on grease proof paper for bark. .

I sprinkled in some chia and linseed too. Can mix in fruit/ seeds/ nuts etc. 

3 sexy ways to do coffee.

Mmmmmmm yes coffee you sexy, delicious thing you. Okay so I am not really that obsessed I don’t drink it allll day long. But I do enjoy one maybe once every two days and when I have it, I destroy it and it makes me do magical things. So do we have to just drink it to get its magical powers? No!! Coffee is just as sexy in foods too. 

Getting creatitive in the kitchen doesn’t have to be slavibg away for 3hrs per recipe either, you would need a few coffees to survive if you had to last that long though. 

So I have come up with 3 simple recipes that’s will get you jumping for joy when you eat them. 

Creamy Coconut Coffee Hits!


1/2 cup coconut yogurt 

1 shot of coffee

2 full tablespoons of chia seeds

1 tablespoon of rice malt syrup


1. In a bowl mix the coconut yogurt, shot if coffee, rice malt syrup & chia seeds. 

2. Spoon mixture into mini moulds (these are from Kmart). 

3. Place in freezer for at least 1hr before consuming.

Makes 5 small servings.

Coffee Choc Little Bites


1 cup oats

2 shots of coffee

1 organic egg

1 tablespoon rice malt syrup or sweeter of choice

3 tbsp cacao

100mls of almond milk or milk or choice

1/2 banana


1. Place all ingredients in a blender andblend until   like a cake batter.

2. Pour into moulds or muffin tray.

3. Place in a preheated oven of 180degrees and bake for 15-20minutes until cooked.

4. Enjoy warm or cool. Can freeze for later. 

Makes 12 small or 6 large muffins. 

Coffee Vanilla Smoothie 


1 frozen banana

30g vanilla protein

1/2 cup ice chips

2 shots coffee

1 teaspoon rice malt syrup or sweeter of choice


1. Place all ingredients into a blender and blend until like a frappe consistency. 

2. Pour into a glass and enjoy immediately.

Serves 2 for a snack or 1 for a meal (can add 30g oats for a meal).