Why it’s Perfectly Acceptable to Eat Dessert for Breakfast

Chocolate Peanut Butter Slice

 

This is not something you hear every day. In fact everyone has told you that having dessert for a meal that isn’t after dinner is bad for you, but I say: who cares! Nicole Joy┬áis the queen of raw desserts. Or at least in my eyes anyway. She has released a cookbook (i found her through Lorna Jane’s Move Nourish Believe site) that is full of beautiful and easy recipes that will leave you asking the question: How can some that tastes so good, be so good for you? It’s amazing.

With every new recipe I’ve made it just gets better and better. This beauty above is the chocolate peanut butter slice that only takes about 15 minutes to make and 2 hours to set and is good to go. It’s delicious and nourishing and has no refined sugar AND is gluten free. How amazing right?

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The other one I’ve mde and rested is the Salted Caramel and Choc Pecan Tart. In fact it was my birthday cake I made for myself this year (as you can see from my cheese as anything grin!) It was amazing and delicious and only took about 30 mins to put together and needed to set overnight. Nicole’s amazing cookbook is easy to use and following her amazing story that took her on this journey it’s one that I can not recommend enough, I bought it for my bestie and my housemate (and totally stole the e-book version for myself!) It’s worth so much more than it’s priced at too. Go and get it!

Seriously.

ps. Tara Bliss retweeted my tweet about Such Different Eats. I squealed. Go buy it! Or buy Spirited through my link!

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  1. It’s not like eating dessert for breakfast is worth any more calories than eating dessert after dinner!

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    1. Hahah this is actually true, but you know how it goes. Also eat your sweets after dinner. Man I lived a sheltered life for so long! Haha

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