These nourishing grain free waffles are flavourful, crisp and filling. I always make a double batch with the intention of freezing half, but they never make it to the freezer, someone always gets to them first! They started out as a weekend recipe, but they are surprisingly quick, sometimes by special request I will even make them on a weekday morning.View full article →
This is a quick and easy way to get a delicious and wholesome treat on the table. These grain free cookies are always a hit, no one will notice that there is no flour, no gluten and only 4 tablespoons of sweetener in the whole batch, they are just delicious!View full article →
With the season for holiday baking fast approaching, sometimes all the sugar can feel too much for me and my family. With this easy recipe I can please everybody by making a nourishing treat, that cuts down on the sugar and still keep things tasty. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
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Making your own almond butter is a pretty quick and easy thing to do! You essentially throw the almonds in a food processor, blend, add oil, blend - voila...
Almond butter and other nut butters are great for smoothies, toast, cookies, rubs, salad dressing and snacking with veggies. They are a great source of protein and full of nutritious oils. Keep in the fridge and make smaller batches to ensure freshness.
This recipe uses almonds only but try keeping the quantity of nuts the same and just shifting what types you use. Try hazelnut butter or cashew butter or sesame seed paste. Just don't add in any oil until it seems like it needs it as many have enough of their own natural oils that will be enough.View full article →
2 cups strawberries or your favourite berries
1 cup of cashews
1/2 tbsp vanilla
3 tbsp of honey
This recipe was developed to go with the macadamia nut crusted chicken but could absolutely be used to dip your favourite veggies or chips into. It's really light and flavourful for summer.
Pistachios are a great source of potassium and vitamin K and are loaded with fibre, vitamin B6 and magnesium.View full article →
This nutritious dip will be gobbled up by your guests and goes great with fresh, raw vegetables or crackers. Olives, high in antioxidants, contain healthy fats associated with reduce inflammation, reduced risk of cardiovascular disease and lowered blood pressure.View full article →