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innocent has come to save our withered, bloated, worn-down January bodies.

Responsible for the most fabulous smoothies that are both tasty and healthy, innocent have now teamed up with Roz Purcell and the results are amazing.

Roz, who is a bestselling cookery author and entrepreneur, knows what she's talking about when it comes to healthy recipes.

The 28-year-old has created four delicious dairy free recipes to celebrate innocent's dairy free range launch.

These recipes will put a fresh splash in your bowl – and they contain no more than five ingredients.

They are as follows:

innocent Dairy Free Oat ingredients: Oats, Spring Water, Sea Salt.

innocent Dairy Free Almond ingredients: Almonds, Spring Water, Sea Salt.

innocent Dairy Free Hazelnut ingredients: Rice, Hazelnuts, Spring Water, Sea Salt.

Innocent Dairy Free Coconut ingredients: Coconuts, Rice, Spring Water, Sea Salt, Plant Fibre.

It's the start of a new year, so what better time to try something new?

The four recipes, made from scratch, are Baked Almond and Blueberry Oatmeal, Chickpea, Sweet Potato and Spinach Coconut Curry, Easy Spotted Pancakes, No Bake Chocolate Hazelnut Squares.

Our mouths are watering.

Roz said, ''I’m a huge fan of a dairy-free drinks – for me, I love the taste and how they work with my recipes. When creating dishes using the range, I wanted to show that trying something new doesn't have to be daunting and that it can fit easily into your lifestyle.''

She continued, ''With up to only five ingredients used in each of the new range, these recipes are a great way to get cooking in 2019. Just try them yourselves they're simple and delicious!"

Her first recipe using innocent Almond Dairy Free is Baked Almond and Blueberry Otameal and is now available via Roz’s healthy eating blog Natural Born Feeder, and on innocent.ie.

innocent’s Dairy Free range is now available in Tesco, Dunnes selected Eurospar nationwide, along with selected Fresh and Donnybrook stores for €2.79.


If anyone remembers going to Fitz Zone or Kidzone as a child, then you'll remember the big ball pool that you'd just launch yourself into.

We had hours of fun, and didn't want to leave the ball pit when our mothers came to collect us.

Well, if you're still a kid at heart, then you'll love this event coming to Dublin next month.

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Innocent Drinks are delighting us all by installing a giant adult ball pool for an entire weekend.

From July 28 to 30, Merrion Square will have an nostalgic overhaul , and we can finally all act like we're five-years-old again.

There's even going to be an Innocent Green, where people can enjoy a game of tip the can, rounders and fruit pong (which we're interested to try out).

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You must be over 16 to attend and Innocent are advising people to book in early to avoid disappointment.

For more info, check out here.



Remember when the day-to-day activities of primary school were the centre of your universe?

When playing with Mála was a viable lesson, arts & crafts on a Friday was the highlight of your week and you learned essential life skills such as how to use a ruler and how to knit funky patterns. 

You can still put those skills to the test this year by knitting a mini-hat for Innocent's Big Knit. What better way to use those essential primary school life lessons than to raise money for Age Action by working on some super cute patterns

And as if knitting wasn't one of the best things you did in primary school, here's 11 memories every Irish person has from their school days: 

1) When you lived for PE days 

Especially because you could wear your comfy trackie. 

2) When you had too many lined copy books to know what to do with 

And they made the transition to A4 sized notebooks in secondary school a serious challenge. 

3) You never recovered from the stench of thirty lunchboxes opening at break time 

An unimaginable odour 

4) When teacher would let you watch a movie all day 

The sheer joy of seeing a that big block of a television being rolled into the classroom 

5) When "an bhfuil cead agam dul go dtí an leithreas?" became synonymous with "I'm just really bored"

Because no one actually has time for maths  

6) When your mammy spent hours covering all your books in plastic and you didn't care

The books still looked a state at the end of the year 

7) When the end of the world was a lunch break spent in doors 

Damn you, rain! 

8) When poster competitions, window displays and art destroyed friendships 

If you diss my drawing of a tidy town, prepare to feel my wrath 

9) When paring pencils at the bin was the best excuse to chat to friends during class 

Even though teacher always knew what you were up to

10) When you were the undisputed champion of 'chasing'

Though you never ventured far from 'den' and you often cheated and called 'time out' just before you got caught

11) Your back has never been the same after unnecessarily oversized and stuffed schoolbags 

Unless you got a wheelie-bag and were the coolest person in school 

Nailed it!

Check out the amazing patterns on offer at Innocent's Big Knit this year and get involved


Do you want to brighten someone’s day, but are bad with words? Are you trying to suck up to your boss, but can’t think of anything nice thing to say? We have the solution!

innocent has launched Pass It On; a website that generates a personalised compliment at the touch of a button.

It was created to put smiles on faces during the dreary, grey month of January and spread joy during the rest of the year.

Compliments range from “all future wigs should be modelled on your hair” to “you smell nicer than a Sunday roast” – not creepy at all! They are guaranteed to make a person laugh nervously at the very least.

Pass It On is part of innocent’s campaign to start a ‘chain of good’. The brand gives 10% of its profits to charity, which means you can help other people by doing something as small as buying a smoothie.

Log on to Pass It On now to start spreading smiles and tweet some compliments to your friends.