Veggies in Desserts with Mettle + Grace

Next Available: Sat, 16 Nov 10:00AM
5.0 hours
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Sweets are too delicious to ban from your diet, but what if we could eat those treats and feel less guilty? What if we could eat a dessert and actually benefit in vitamins and minerals?

Melanie of Mettle + Grace is passionate about cooking food beneficial for you. Her cooking aims to recreate family favourite meals and dishes to incorporate dietary restrictions and improved health outcomes. In this class 'Veggies in Dessert’ you will learn how to create healthier versions of your old favourites. The desserts are dairy-free and gluten-free using a variety of ingredients; nuts, seeds, vegetables, whole grains, fats, spices, legumes and unrefined sugars. The menu includes crowd pleasers like Chocolate Kidney Bean Slice and Spiced Pumpkin Donuts. We will also whip up 

Rich Chocolate Beetroot Truffles, Lime +
Spinach Cake, Strawberry + Cauliflower
Cheesecake and Sweet Veggie Mousse.
Sugar will never be healthy, but we can make it healthierrrrrr.

Trainer Bio:

Melanie Leeson the Director of Mettle +Grace: A passionate chef and campaigner for food as medicine is focused on cooking with wholefoods, intolerances, allergies and diagnosed diets. Mel combines her experience in the industry working as Head Chef at Monk Bodhi Dharma, My Goodness Organics and Pressed Juices with her own
health dilemmas to bring you an informative and fun workshop on food for the gut and mind.


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What you will learn
  • Learn about foods which make your brain brighter
  • How to incorporate brain powering foods easily into your daily diet.
  • Discover foods that can build and protect your gut microbiome and clear brain fog
What you will get
  • Desserts to take home
  • Recipes

What to bring
  • Notepad and pen
  • a small jar
  • Plenty of containers and an apron
What to wear

Closed toe footwear and long hair tied back

Appropriate for

Those interested in creating healthy desserts