Category Archives: Recipes

Check Out These Choc Chip Chickpea Cookies! (Grain free)

I found this cookie recipe as I was browsing my favourite pages on facebook and just had to try them.  Chickpeas (or garbanzo beans) are high in protein, fibre, low GI, and contain calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc and B vitamins.  I was determined to … Continue reading

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Chickpea Nuggets, Fast! – Great for kids and on salad wraps

These are a little treasure.  Chickpeas are a legume and are high in protein, fibre, low GI, and contain calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc and B vitamins.  They are good for weightloss, bone strength, lowering cholesterol, diabetes sufferers and more! Otherwise known as … Continue reading

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Homemade Muesli Bars – Wheat Free, Dairy Free and Nut Free

I am always looking for healthy, easy snacks to make at home for myself and the kids.  So I recently found and tried a lovely recipe for Clean Eating Muesli Bars.  I made them according to the recipe and they were delicious!  Here … Continue reading

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Pumpkin, Rocket and Pinenut Salad With Honey Dressing

This salad was so tasty… usually I would have put fetta with it but we are cutting out most dairy so I didn’t buy it. It wasn’t until I’d finished that I realised I didn’t even miss it. Mixed lettuce … Continue reading

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The Protein Smoothie

Protein shakes or smoothies are not just for people who bodybuild or who are trying to lose weight.  They are an everyday opportunity to create a versatile meal bursting with so much nutrition your body will thank you for it. I have found … Continue reading

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Banana Almond Flour Pancakes – 3 Ingredients

I’m so thrilled to hear the feedback about people making the almond milk and then the flour out of the leftover almond pulp!  And now the obvious thing to do would be to post a recipe for the almond flour! … Continue reading

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How To Make Almond Flour With Leftover Almond Pulp

So you’ve made some almond milk and now you have leftover almond pulp.  What a perfect opportunity to make your own almond flour.  It’s high protein, low carb, low GI, high fibre, gluten free and alkalising.  Sounds like a good idea?  This … Continue reading

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