Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Delicious Whole Raw Chocolate Cream Cakes!

Delicious goji/chocolate cream-filled cake, topped with a real raw chocolate icing. These cakes are rich and customers have found they keep them supplied in cake for up to a week!  The cakes themselves can stay fresh for up to 2 weeks in the fridge but you'll probably have eaten it by then!

 Whole Cakes are £27 plus £6 p&p.  
(They are about the same size as a Victoria Sandwich)
Ingredients:- organic seeds and nuts, gojis, raisins, cacao, lucuma, raw chocolate, spices, vanilla 

 *Made With Love and Gratitude*

Whole Chocolate Cake

Saturday, 19 March 2011

Giza Raw Chocolate Biscuit!

Tastes like a chocolate digestive and is a great treat to have with a cuppa.  Crunchy on the inside, rich, dark chocolate on the outside, the combo is delicious!  Yum.

Crunchy on the inside with with dark chocolate on the outside.  Made with raw buckwheat cereal, coconut butter, raw cacao-rich chocolate and lightly sweetened with mesquite and raw honey.

Puts the 'is' back into biscuit.

*Special Offer*  throughout August, Free complimentary Raw Mint Pyramid with every order!!!


For further food offerings, please see the listings below

Tuesday, 8 March 2011

Raw Lifestyle Bites - Anabrese's Three Wishes!

These are the foods that I would put on my Raw Wish List.  So, here are my top 3 food wishes I would like to share with you!


Raw Chocolate Gateaux ( 1 medium slice)
 Smoothe, rich chocolate taste with a yummy purple cream filling and a pure chocolate icing!
 Ingredients:-almonds, brazils, sesame seed, lucuma, cacao, coconut oil, purple corn extract, vanilla, cacao butter, raw honey

Chocolate Fondant Love Hearts 80g   
 A wonderful succulent coconut fondant centre enveloped in dark chocolate. Very decadent.

 Ingredients:- coconut, coconut oil, oil of peppermint, cacao butter, lucuma,mesquite, vanilla, raw honey       

Focaccia Crispbread 100g
A very tasty crisp bread with Italian seasoning to enjoy with your favourite dip or spread.  

Ingredients:- sprouted buckwheat, pumpkin, flax, olive oil, herbs, tomato, olives, herbs, garlic, sea salt

 All 3 for only £15!!!
 (+£3 p&p)

For Cake and Chocolates Only, please order below

2x Chocolate Fondant Lovehearts
1x Rich Chocolate Gateaux slice
(or you can ask for it the other way round ie less chocolate, more cake!)

£15 plus £3 p&p


Tuesday, 8 February 2011

St Valentine's Themed Potluck Postie

St Valentine's Themed Potluck Postie!!! 

Enjoy a selection of Raw 'LOVE' Treats especially made for you! 

£15 including delivery.  Posting date 10th February.  Or, if you desire only chocolate, see the post below for delicious white and dark raw chocolates by Anabrese.

Tuesday, 25 January 2011

White & Dark Chocolate Lovehearts & Roses - St Valentine's

Sit back and enjoy these especially smooth white and dark chocolates joyfully created by Anabrese.  

Each bag contains a mixture of white and dark raw chocolate lovehearts and roses for your pleasure and delight.  Will it be dark or white?  Choose from sweet sensuous creamy white or dark velvety cacao spice. 

A lovely gift to yourself or to share with a loved one for Valentine's Day or for anytime you would like to lose yourself in some raw chocolate bliss!  

These chocolates are creamy, smooth and velvety rich melt-in-your-mouth yummy!

Ingredients:-cacao butter, coconut oil, mesquite, lucuma, cacao, maca, purple corn extract, coconut, ginger, chilli, xylitol, raw organic honey, essential oil of orange. 

70g Mixed white and dark raw chocolates - £4.95

For multiple orders and discounts, send me an email: info'at'rawlifestyle.co.uk  Replace 'at' with @

Saturday, 8 January 2011

Winter Warming Croquettes & Beet Dip!

It's January and very wintry with snow appearing yet again today.  It looked so pretty last night, virgin snow on the road outside.  This morning, I could see a single fox's pawprints marked out across the road.

Had a lovely dinner last night.  My mini croquettes and 'very pink beet dip' (oh, say that fast!) Lovely and warming for this time of year.    Here is the recipe but it's more of a method as opposed to a fixed recipe.

You know how raw root veggies can be a bit hard to eat/digest for some and may not even be that appetising to you?   They're not to me anyhow.  So, using this method is a great way of putting seasonal veggies to good use, and taste!

Start by blending a selection of veggies you have around.  I used approx.

1 slice butternut squash
1 tomato
a few florets broccoli
1 courgette
1/2 onion
1 clove garlic
1/2 parsnip (just because it was sitting there doing nothing!)

Put all these veggies into your vitamix or blender and add enough warm water to cover up to about 1/2 of the level of your veggies in the blender.   Now, add a dash of salt and blend until smooth.
Next, strain your veggies through a sieve, mashing it through with a spoon until you have veggie pulp.  You could use a nut bag but I prefer a sieve for this and I don't actually want the pulp too dry.  Set aside.

Next, grind up 1/2 cup sunflower seeds, 1/2 cup pumpkin seeds and a few brazils in your nut grinder.  Place this into a mixing bowl.  Now, add your favourite dried or fresh herbs.  I used the ones below but you can use whatever you like.  Sage can be really nice too.

1/2 tsp oregano,
a dash turmeric,
1/2 tsp cumin
1/2 tsp paprika,
1 tsp sea spice,
dash kelp

Now stir in 2 tablespoons to start with of your veggie pulp and work it in until you have what looks like a thick nut pate.

Check seasoning, adding sea salt to your taste and more spice if you desire it?  Make sure it tastes good to you.

Sprinkle your teflex sheet with ground flaxseed.  Then, put dessertspoons of the mixture onto the teflex sheets until you use up the mixture.  Dry @145F for 30-45 mins then flip over and dry for a further hour until they are to your desired 'dryness'.   It's better waiting until they're dried out a bit before trying to shape them.

These are so easy to make, I hope you enjoy them!

Here is the beet dip I made for them.

1/2 beet
2 handfuls macademia nut or pinenuts
pinch sea salt or to taste
squeeze lemon juice
pinch cayenne or ginger

Blend with a little water until smooth and creamy.

For more of my raw recipes, please see 'Raw Lunchbox', 'Raw Chocolate Treats' and 'Raw Christmas & Thanksgiving Recipes' ebooks.