I would challenge anyone in the entire world to scroll through Heather Pace’s blog, Sweetly Raw, and come away thinking that healthy food is boring. Heather’s dessert recipes are out of this world!
I’ve been a big fan of Heather and her site ever since I first started blogging. Hers was one of the first food sites I stumbled upon, and I spent so much time while I was on Gerson Therapy salivating over her dishes and collecting a list of post-Gerson treats for myself.Read More
We are obsessed with our Tribest Personal Blender. Not a day goes by when we don’t use it to make smoothies, hummus, chocolate, and various blended treats involving frozen fruit. This is my current favourite sweet snack, using in-season cherries and potassium-loaded bananas. What you’ll need: 1 banana, frozen 5 cherries 1 date, roughly… Read MoreRead More
**This is a Gerson Therapy approved recipe! What you’ll need: 3 cups rolled oats 1 cup oat bran 3 cups pumpkin, cooked and mashed 2 bananas ½ cup organic maple syrup ½ cup sultanas Note: Those of you who aren’t following the Gerson diet could add a little cinnamon and nutmeg to spruce up this… Read MoreRead More
This tasty dessert recipe is straight out of the Gerson Therapy Handbook, so my Gerson friends can go right ahead and make this one without hesitation. What you’ll need: 1 tsp sultanas ½ cup rye bread crumbs ½ cup orange juice 1 sweet potato (boiled, peeled and sliced) 1 apple (raw, peeled and sliced) For… Read MoreRead More
What you’ll need: A blender or food processor For the crust 2 cups organic oatmeal 1 cup lukewarm water 1 tbs yeast 2 tbs coconut oil For the chicknut layer 2 cups fresh chickpeas, soaked overnight or for 8 hours dash water a tablespoon coconut oil or a couple of glugs of olive oil For… Read MoreRead More