Wellness in your Modern Lifestyle | Sandi Louise Ross

Oat and Almond Choc Cookie

  Gluten, Sugar, Dairy Free and Vegan  I love having healthy snacks in the fridge that don’t take long to make and are minimal ingredients. I also love something I can have for either breakfast or dessert! These oat and almond choc cookies contain no added refined sugar so they are a guilt-free option to

Three Ingredient Bliss Balls

  White chocolate, chia and almond Balls. That’s it for the ingredients, yup! These are super fast to make. I love them for a grab-and-go or just to have as an afternoon snack. They are full of fibre, healthy fats and protein. They are gluten-free, but they have white chocolate chips. So if you want

To Gluten-Free, or Not -to- Gluten-Free?

WHY EATING GLUTEN FREE, ISNT ALWAYS THE HEALTHIER OPTION   It is estimated that one million Australians are on some form of gluten-free (GF) diet. As the gluten-free trend increases, marketing companies have taken clue of this. You can now find most of your local supermarket, health food shop and restaurants have gluten-free options available


  These Salted Caramel Balls taste too good to be healthy, but they are. I’m on a weekly mission to make new bliss balls that my daughter doesn’t get sick of. Although I tried to stop it, my lovely elder Korean neighbor has been handing her chocolates on a daily basis! (She speaks no English), so when

Goji and Apricot Bliss Balls

  FAST, HEALTHY, YUM BLISS BALLS!   These are one of my yummiest bliss ball recipes yet! Plus, these Goji and Apricot Bliss Balls take literally 5 minutes to make. They provide beneficial fats, protein to fill you up, and fibre to keep the bowels healthy. From a Chinese dietetics view, these bliss balls are blood