Halloween Themed Treats!

Halloween Themed Treats!

IMG_0096Happy Halloween folks! I wanted to share with you two fun, healthy recipes that you can create with your kids on this ‘spooky’ night. The first recipe is from our amazing in-house naturopath Rosemarie Walmsley, Rosemarie is the most incredible cook and I love when she shares her new creations with us.
Yes this recipe is for pumpkin ice cream – seriously! Believe me you have to try it, it’s crazy good. As always, I make a recipe then think of variations. To Rosemaries original recipe I added half a can of Coconut Cream and Mixed Spices. Then wanting to make a more filling dessert I added a Ginger Biscuit Base (recipe below).

Raw Pumpkin Ice Cream

Makes: 6 servings


4 medium Frozen Bananas, sliced
1 cup Pumpkin Puree (steam or boil chopped pumpkin then puree in blender or food processor or mash by hand)
1/3 cup Maple Syrup or Honey
1 1/2 tsp Pumpkin Spice or Cinnamon


You can also add half a can of Coconut Cream and 1/2 tsp of Mixed Spice.


1. Using a food processor, blend all ingredients together until smooth.
2. Transfer to a freezer-safe container and store in the freezer.
3. Enjoy!
Screen shot 2015-10-31 at 4.02.26 PMFor more recipes follow Rosemarie via her website RawSatya.


This ice cream is divine when paired with a ginger biscuit.

Ginger Biscuit!


1/2 – 1 cup of diced fresh Ginger (yep I’m ginger mad – I love it, use less though if you’re not a fan)
1 cup of diced, fresh Medjool Dates (more or less depending on how sweet you like things)
2 tbspl of Coconut Oil
2 cups of Almond Meal
1 cup diced Brazil Nuts
100 grams of 80% Cocoa Dark Chocolate


1. Whack it all in your Thermomix or blender for 2-3 minutes.
2. Press the mixture into a small round cake tin approximately 15 cm’s wide, make your base wonderfully thick. Scoop your ice-cream onto your base.
3. Freeze for an hour.
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dr-jenniferYours in Health,

Jennifer Barham-Floreani
(Bach. Chiropractic, Bach. App Clinical Science
Registered internationally, no longer practicing as a chiropractor in Australia.)

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