Chocolate Chia pudding on Oatmeal Peanut Butter Crust

Might have to try this tomorrow…

Hungry Hungry Hayley

Most people are chocolate lovers… I am not. However, once and awhile my life goes like this:

Mood swings. Chocolate. Cramps. Chocolate. Chocolate. Crying at random TV shows (such as Bones). Chocolate. Cramps. Chocolate.

My intense chocolate craving is usually a pain in my butt. I don’t like chocolate and even though I crave it, I don’t entirely enjoy eating. But on the upside my cravings did allow for me to create this beauty of a dessert. I am not sure what it is or what to call it but it has all the things I wanted to consume yesterday. 


1 TBSP natural peanut butter
2 TBSP organic coconut oil (I used a 1/4 Cup but I think it was too much so I’m suggesting half that)
2/3 Cup oats (I used quaker large flake)
1 TBSP almond milk
1 tsp vanilla extract

Chocolate chia pudding

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The Truth About Cow’s Milk

The more you think about cow’s milk, the weirder it seems that it’s such a daily staple in the West.

Many people often believe the misconception that vegan’s don’t get any calcium because they don’t drink milk. Not only is this wrong, but so is believing the fact that getting calcium from cow’s milk is healthy for humans.

Dairy-cows-PavementI am here to tell you that this is not true. Take everything you’ve been told about cow’ milk, and throw it away. I am not trying to change anyone’s opinions on the matter, and I am not trying to convert anyone to a vegan lifestyle. I am however providing the facts so that you can be aware of the situation and know what you are putting into your body. I’ve done my research, and here is what i found:

1. Human beings are not designed to drink any milk except human milk (only during infancy, of course)

milk2. Cow’s milk is strictly for calf consumption. Humans are the only creature that…

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Vegan treats…

Holland and Barrett do a range of flapjacky slicey things which are the perfect tea time pick me up if you’re craving something sweet, indulgent and teatimey.

Yesterday I had one of their coconut flapjacks. Deliciously crumbly and coconutty.

Today I had an apricot and coconut slice. Yummily apricotty and coconutty.

Think I may have missed my calling as a food critic…

You get the gist…


“Mummy don’t eat the chickens!”

Arcadia’s nursery have got some baby chicks which the children care for and tend to each day. Today, one of the older kids came in and started kidding around that they would be cooked up and served for lunch next week. The result? Twenty 3 and 4 yr olds crying uncontrollably they were so upset at the thought.

We spend so much time debating whether it’s right to eat meat – intellectually, ethically, environmentally, nutritionally.

We needn’t bother.

Just ask any 3 yr old.