Orange and Almond Bliss Balls (v, gf, rsf)

Vegan Orange and Almond Bliss Balls - Chelsey Crafts

When I started this blog 4 years ago it was mainly to use this space as an outlet for creative expression. Over the years, and the 163 blog posts, I have been surprised and even touched by the connections made possible thanks to the blogging community. Today I want to take the time to express how much […]

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Nut Free Cacao Bliss Balls (raw, v, gf, rsf)

Vegan Nut Free Cacao Bliss Balls - Chelsey Crafts

Rich and fudgy, nut-free cacao bliss balls made in under 15 minutes. These mini sweet treats were made with the allergy sensitive in mind but will have everyone reaching for more. No-bake and full of pure cacao, this recipe is one to whip out when you; – are short on time – want to make […]

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Flourless Mandarin, Orange and Almond Cupcakes (v, gf)

Flourless mandarin,orange and almond cake - Chelsey Crafts

A deliciously sweet, decadently moist and surprisingly healthy mandarin, orange and almond cake. After spending the lead up to the long weekend sans phone and wifi and having no choice but to communicate like it was 1999, I picked up my shiny new iPhone 6s Plus (pink..of course) and welcomed the Telstra technician inside, a […]

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Raw Anzac Biscuits (raw, v, rsf)

This recipe is a healthy take on the traditional Anzac Biscuit. With comforting oatmeal, rich coconut and natural sweeteners, you will want to make these babies all year round. This coming Monday is Anzac Day. A day to remember all of the Aussies and New Zealanders who fought for their country during World War 1. I […]

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Raw Cherry Ripe Bars (raw, v, gf, rsf)

A decadent (yet healthy!) Cherry Ripe Bar recipe filled with fresh, juicy cherries, chewy coconut and covered in a layer of rich dark chocolate. Over the Easter long weekend besides enjoying a much welcomed rest and spending time with family I took the opportunity to give Chelsey Crafts a makeover. The site is now completely self-hosted and has a whole new […]

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Silvereye & Urbane’s 15 Course Vegan Degustation

A visual narrative of the second collaboration between Silvereye’s Sam Miller and Urbane’s Alejandro Cancino.    Because words would not do justice to this amazing experience.   Overview Price | Vegan Degustation $150 | Wine pairing $90 | Juice pairing $65 Cuisine | Contemporary Northern European influences incorporating Australian ingredients Vibe | Informal fine dining Must […]

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Raw Bounty Bars (v, gf, rsf)

   Rich, decadently sweet chocolate covered coconut treats. This recipe is a raw, vegan, gluten free and optionally refined sugar free version of a Bounty Bar. Are you a fan of Bounty Bars? Up until recently, Bounty Bars were one of the last chocolate bars I would choose. Just before Turkish Delights and about even […]

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Healthy Vegan Apple Crumble (easy!)

This easy, healthy and delicious apple crumble recipe will wow and nourish your guests! You know those meals that remind you of home? Well healthy apply crumble is it for me. My Mum isn’t one who loves to spend hours in the kitchen or slave over complex recipes. She is really into quick, healthy, nutritious, […]

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GIVEAWAY: 4 Lylicraft Malaysian Batik cushion covers up for grabs and a modern take on a traditional Malaysian recipe!

Let’s talk Malaysian designs, the art of Batik and where to buy handmade online. Oh! And there’s a giveaway for 4 lucky readers too! One of the things I love most about travelling through Asia is the bright and beautiful, patterned handcrafted goods. They make the best souvenirs to bring home for friends and family! […]

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Mother Chu’s Vegetarian Kitchen, Sydney City

Mother Chu’s Vegetarian Kitchen sits on Pitt Street in the heart of Sydney and is run by the Chu family. Specialising in mixed Asian vegetarian food, MCVK (not to be confused for Mother Chu’s Taiwanese in Haymarket) has been a popular restaurant among vegetarians and vegans for over 20 years. The decor must be the […]

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