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Mia, Founder of, Graciously Green, draws on her health education from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition's (IIN) cutting-edge Health Coach training Programme, as well as her in-depth chef studies in raw and plant-based foods, to provide plant-based cooking, health coaching and education, both in person and online. She also studied toxins in-depth and now leads raw food cleanses and liver detoxes. Graciously Green is sponsored by Hong Kong’s organic vegetable delivery service, Eat FRESH (www.eatfresh.com.hk)

Foxy Food Friday - Vanilla Mocha Cafe-Frappe

dairy-free, nasty-free and guilt-free!
March 28, 2013

Raw, vegan, gluten-free, GMO-free and delicious! 
A dairy and coffee-free alternative  - a truly nutritious pleasure. For more recipes like this, free of bad-stuff basically, sign-up to our recipe newsletter here.
In my previous post, we looked at the pros and cons of coffee and caffeine. If you’re confused about whether or not to give-up your morning latte, why not crowd-out those thoughts and relax with this delicious alternative.
Makes 2 servings:
• 1 Heaped scoop of Vanilla Sun-Warrior plant-based protein – for a protein-boost and an alternative to the usual milk in a latte or frappe. Many people are dairy intolerant, and don’t even realize the silent inflammation and mucus its causing inside the body. We’re the only animals on the plant choosing to drink another animal’s milk - just something to think about.
• 2 Cups of cold water  - optional almond or nut “milk” for extra calcium and protein.
• 2 Tablespoons of coffee alternative like Dandy Blend Instant Herbal Coffee Substitute - caffeine free and gluten free, this delicious blend has no acidity or bitterness. It’s made of water-soluble extracts of roasted roots of dandelion, chicory and beets, and the grains of barley and rye.  Dandelion coffee is said to be a good tonic for the liver.
• 2-3 Drops of vanilla liquid stevia or natural vanilla essence.
• 1 Tablespoon of raw and organic cacao powder
 Blend with a few cubes of ice, pour into a cup and sprinkle with a few raw cacao nibs for extra energy and antioxidants – cacao is one of the world’s “super foods”, it is super disease-fighting antioxidant rich. 
If you want to know more about how I (Mia, Health Coach and Raw Food Chef) can support you on your journey to health and happiness, contact me now for a free 50-minute consultation here or at mia@graciouslygreen.com.
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Happy Healthy Easter!
Mia x



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