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Tag: Gluten free

STRAWBERRIES & MOVEMENT

STRAWBERRIES & MOVEMENT

We’ve been out picking spray free strawberries for the freezer. At the same time it’s an activity that involves lots of nutritious movement. All the squatting and kneeling is great for a pregnant lady like me Opposite chair and couch sitting, it facilitates and encourages […]

READY FOR THE MOVIES WITH SON

READY FOR THE MOVIES WITH SON

Homemade popcorn made with healthy coconut oil. Bliss balls. Water. Not to forget mum’s “coffee” made on roasted dandelion root and topped up with coconut milk. A little inspiration if you want to avoid vegetable oil, processed sugars, artificial colours etc.   If this post […]

REFRESHING SUMMER SMOOTHIE

REFRESHING SUMMER SMOOTHIE

Breakfast outdoors on a beautiful summer morning calls for an avocado, pear, lemon, ginger and coconut milk smoothie.

Do you know the desire to welcome the sun?

After two days with lots of rain and grey sky we welcome the sun with this refreshing smoothie.

Delicious & refreshing!

 

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PESTO – NEW HOME GROWN KALE

PESTO – NEW HOME GROWN KALE

First batch of young kale this summer turned into kale and cashew nut pesto. The other ingredients are garlic, extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice, salt and black pepper. Enjoy as a dip, on the side or as a spread.   If this post was […]

WATERMELON BREAKFAST BOWL

WATERMELON BREAKFAST BOWL

Smoothie bowl with watermelon. Topped with homemade grain and gluten free granola. The ingredients this summer morning was banana, watermelon, frozen black currants, green powder, collagen protein powder and leftover cooked and cooled quinoa. Remember not to through out the watermelon rind. You can easily […]

READY FOR A LITTLE OUTING

READY FOR A LITTLE OUTING

Bringing your own snacks is a great way to reduce packaging and avoid processed foods when going out.

I find it very helpful to bring our own snacks to offer our four year old. We avoid buying packaged and processed snacks full of sugars.

I’ve also bought reusable bags and tubs to minimise plastics. Better for our health and the planet.

 

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HOMEMADE LEMONADE

HOMEMADE LEMONADE

Very refreshing, delicious and sugar free 🍋 Sparkling water, frozen lemon juice in cubes and sweetened with drops of liquid stevia. Served with slices of lemon and extra ice cubes.   If this post was valuable to you, I would be so grateful if you […]

SATURDAY BREAKFAST

SATURDAY BREAKFAST

Do you also love the feeling when it feels like eating out for breakfast but you’re actually sitting in your own home This Saturday morning breakfast is organic avocado, eggs, raw cacao powder, dried cranberries sweetened with apple juice, a pinch of salt and a […]

CRANBERRY CHIA PUDDING

CRANBERRY CHIA PUDDING

Do you find it hard to mix up breakfast as I do?

This morning morning we had this cranberry chia pudding that I made last night. I haven’t made chia pudding for many months.

I blended coconut milk (I make my coconut milk from coconut milk powder), dried cranberries sweetened with apple juice, vanilla bean powder, salt and a little coconut oil.

Add the amount of cranberries for the taste and sweetness that you like.

I would normally add hydrolysed collagen or gelatin powder but I’m waiting for the delivery of a new order of Pulletproof collagen protein powder.

When the above listed ingredients are well blended, mix in the chia seeds on low speed.

Pour the mixture in serving bowls and decorate with nuts and dried cranberries. I used walnuts.

Leave in the fridge over night or until set.

Enjoy!

 

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BAKED BANANA OATMEAL

BAKED BANANA OATMEAL

I’ve said before that I sometimes make gluten free oatmeal. However, I always add hydrolysed gelatin powder (also called collagen powder) and coconut oil or butter. This way my oatmeal becomes more than just a carbohydrate rich meal. I explain more why in this post where I […]


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