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Refined sugar free, dairy free and wheat flour free. With this recipe you can have your cake and eat it too! High fibre and nutrient dense, but not a dense cake if you use spelt flour
Incredibly tasty fritters has versatile meal appeal; breakfast, lunch, dinner, side dish, snack! They are gluten free, vegetarian friendly and low carbohydrate
This chocolate fudge brownie taste so good it’s hard to believe it’s a healthy snack made with black beans! Protein and nutrient packed gluten free, dairy free and no eggs.
Bored with broccoli? This tabbouleh recipe gives it a much deserved face lift and embraces it’s super food status with a raw twist and packed with flavour!
If you over stocked on this pantry basic during the Covid-19 lockdown then this recipe is for you. The best thing you can do with a can of tomatoes is nutrient nuke it and turn it into the ultimate marinara sauce that can be altered in so many ways to create healthier versions of tomato sauce for pasta, pizza, vegetable bake, or a side to your BBQ favourites.
During COVID-19 lock down, I’m sure we are all questioning our health and have a greater interest to boost our immune and protect us from the virus plus other nasties out there. Here’s my 6 top recommendations to boost your immune.
Boost immunity, healthier joints, youthful skin, enhance digestion, and aids detox are just some of a homemade bone broth’s benefits.
Got a niggly sore throat developing or feel the beginnings of a cold? This hot toddy recipe packs a punch and will help knock that ‘ahh-hem’ throat clearing symptom away.
Making your own spiced nuts means you are in control of the amount of salt you add. Using spices for flavour if you need to keep the salt low. Otherwise use iodised sea salt and up the quantity of Brazil nuts in this mix and you have two nutrient components right there for thyroid support, iodine and selenium.
During Covid -19 home lockdown baking has been popular which has led to white flour and yeast shortages on the supermarket shelves, so in that case, why not try a new style of baking that’s more nutritious and doesn’t need white flour or yeast and are gluten, dairy and egg free.
Make this Quick Ratatouille style dish with your left over veges or use whatever few vegetables are left in the fridge or freezer, to expand into a tasty meal or side dish.
This home-made version of spaghetti sauce is gluten free and a healthier option than the store brought kind, which is laden with sugar, additives and preservatives.
This home-made version of tomato ketchup is gluten free and a healthier option than the store brought bottle tomato sauce or ketchup, which is laden with sugar, additives and preservatives.