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 […]
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I’m over half way in my second pregnancy (29 weeks). It’s going really well. So far not much has changed. My everyday routine and lifestyle is the same as before I was pregnant. I can still move around fairly easily and there are no complications […]
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 lacto-ferment them. It’s delicious 😋
Check out the recipe HERE
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Our three year old (soon to be four) hasn’t been given antibiotics so far. I’m truly happy for this because not only does the antibiotic kill the bad guys but also the good guys, that you benefit from every minute. I’m certainly not against antibiotics because […]
I hope our son will enjoy his lunch box today Tomato, cucumber, red capsicum, celery, carrot and olives. The sweeter section contains fresh blueberries, dried goji berries, dried white mulberries and dried apple juice infused cranberries. Most kids love the sweet taste including our son […]
ALTERNATIVE FOR ICE CREAM
My son accepted a smoothie bowl instead of an ice cream.
Most smoothie bowls contain lots of sugars even though it’s natural. In particular fructose will spike your blood sugar and your body’s need to produce insulin.
However I still think this smoothie bowl is a better option than most coconut ice creams or soft serves. It might contain sugars but it won’t contain any preservatives or emulsifiers.
GREEN SMOOTHIE & COCONUT YOGURT
Most mornings I make a green smoothie but it’s not very sweet at all so to make it a little more “child friendly”, I’ve mixed it with coconut yogurt.
There’s also no harm done in cutting up strawberries and nuts to drizzle on top
This coconut yogurt is without any added processed nor natural sugars.
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