Dessert

guilt-free | Longevity LIVE

Great news for chocolate-lovers! Here is a recipe for chocolate oat biscuits that contains only healthy ingredients and takes only 20 minutes to make. What more could you ask for? These biscuits will satisfy your craving for a sweet treat, without the guilt of eating an unhealthy snack. They’re made with

bars | Longevity LIVE

These bars are chewy, filling and delicious. They’re also packed with protein, fibre and heart-healthy monounsaturated fats. Vegans can also enjoy them, as they contain no animal products, dairy or gluten. Best of all, they are free from refined sugar and sweetened naturally! Makes 8 bars  Ingredients 125 uncooked porridge

sorbet | Longevity LIVE

Balmy, hot summer days call for cool, soft flavors that leave you refreshed and invigorated. This sorbet recipe is not only a fresh alternative to the more traditional ice cream we generally opt for on these days, it can also be healthy and deliver your daily dose of vitamins because of its high

balls | Longevity LIVE

“These truffle balls freeze so well and are one of my all-time favorites. I like to keep a batch in stock so that I always have healthy snacks at hand.” – Dr Michelle Braude Makes 15-18 balls  Ingredients required: 265g pitted Medjool dates (soak dates in hot water for 10-20

chocolate | Longevity LIVE

This protein-packed chocolate pudding is ideal for a mid-afternoon or post-workout snack. It’s also delicious eaten as a dip with apple slices or carrot sticks, and makes the perfect late-night treat when you’re craving something sweet. Serves 1 Ingredients required 170g 0% Greek yoghurt 1 Tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder 1-2

healthy eating | Longevity Live

I am sharing my favorite chocolate recipe as getting back into the kitchen to rediscover food, which is a brilliant playground for exploring a touch of alchemy. Treasured and eaten ceremonially over 5000 years ago by ancient civilizations, cacao, “the food of the gods” is a hugely beneficial superfood. It has

Baklava | Longevity LIVE

Sweeten up Valentine’s Day with a perfect Pouyoukas treat from the Mediterranean. This mixed seed baklava recipe is a dessert to impress and will be greatly appreciated. Baklava is one of those desserts that has a reputation for being difficult to make but this recipe is surprisingly easy. The rich,

This is crème brûlée with a twist. We have switched the sugar out for isomalt – a sugar alcohol with minimum impact on blood sugar levels – making it more diabetic-friendly. Of course, portion size and moderation are key. Click here to find out everything you need to know about

custard | Longevity LIVE

Nutrition expert Jessica Pieterse says: “Dish up a small portion of dessert when managing your eight. Enjoy the jelly and fruit alone, without the custard and cream, to drop your kilojoule intake from this dessert.” Click here to discover the benefits of regularly introducing fruits into your diet.  Serves 4 INGREDIENTS

dessert

Delicious healthy dessert with fresh berries and meringue