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Whilst I am a huge fan of “eating clean”, there are times when I feel like something rich,decadent and sweet. So I put the stevia leaf aside and reach for the coconut sugar. Coconut Sugar is a low GI option, but none the less, it is still a sugar. Candida sufferers know only too well what this lovely ingredient can do to your body, and most steer clear of all refined types. This is a special occasion only dessert! The mix can be converted to a cake, brownie or muffin, it is up to you!

1 cup of cacao
1 cup of GF flour/ Nut meal (if using nut meal, you may need a little more coconut cream)
1 cup of coconut sugar
1 cup of coconut cream (full fat)
1/2 a cup of water
2 tbspn coconut oil
1/4 tspn of celtic salt
1 tspn Cinnamon

Dessicated Coconut

Brazil Nuts, crushed into large pieces

Preheat oven to 180 degrees.

Mix ingredients ( except the dessicated coconut )until they are well combined and you have a lovely batter to drool over.

Place into pan, muffin tray whatever you are using! Sprinkle the coconut on top, and bake for 30mins.

The texture should still be moist in the middle, and leave your knife dirty when inserted. There are no raw eggs in this recipe, we want that gooeyness!

Remove from oven and place in the refridgerator to cool. Trust me, the flavour will be SO much better and texture more mudcakey once its cold! Serve cold with vegan whipped cream and a sprinkly of berries/crushed nuts.
Note. You can play around with this recipe SO much. To date, I have made peppermint mudcake muffins, decadent brownies with roasted coconut flakes, added berries to the mix for a richer version and added chia seeds, pepitas, sunflower seeds and topped it with quinoa flakes for a strange choccy crumble. YUM!

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Summah Provost in New South Whales

Summah is a holistic health coach who is passionate about nature, organic foods and health/wellbeing. Her mission is to guide you to love yourself and find your own unique path to health and wellbeing that will enable and empower you to live the life of your dreams. Summah works with young women and teens who are searching for a healthy and happy lifestyle. She is training to be a naturopath and lives and works on the south coast of NSW from her home she shares with her fiancé, a cat, a dog, 3 chooks and 4 horses. facebook instagram;@anaturalconnection

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