These contain no refined sugar and just a tiny amount of maple/agave syrup, which can be omitted altogether if you’re being ultra sugar free! They are tasty and moreish though, not nearly as worthy as they sound.
I love saag aloo; that well known spinach (or kale) and potato curry. I also love saag paneer; substituting the potatoes for indian cheese. For a hearty, full meal, I thought why not combine them? The result, saag-aloo-paneer is delicious and of course, very nutritious, especially made with kale. If you blend the sauce well,[…]
Even the green-smoothie averse child likes this one! For how and when to have smoothies, see here.
Two of my three children like this creamy green smoothie, the other is not a green-smoothie man.
I think this fresh and zingy green smoothie is just wonderful. It is more of an adult smoothie than a child one. For the pros and cons of drinking smoothies, see here.
I created this while trying to find a great way of disguising kale for the children to eat. It worked perfectly! It was gone in minutes; they got a great dose of calcium and other essential vitamins and minerals as well as a tasty dinner. This hidden kale risotto makes a bright green meal with no ‘bits’[…]
The type of oil you use to cook with is very important. Most vegetable oils (apart from olive oil) are very heat unstable and cooking with them creates free radicals (aging and toxic chemicals for the body). Only cook with coconut oil, ghee and olive oil (not to high temperatures). In making pancakes, don’t fry[…]
Wonderfully moist, this spelt courgette cake is as healthy as a cake can be. It’s dairy and wheat free too. It is important to use good oils in cooking – see article here. Wonderfully moist, this spelt courgette cake is as healthy as a cake can be. It’s dairy and wheat free too. It is[…]
I do all my baking with spelt flour as spelt is a huge amount easier to digest than modern wheat flour (see here). If the digestion struggles, the tissues of the body don’t get nourished and diseases begin to materialise; so a good reason to use spelt! To make self-raising spelt flour, just add[…]
Spelt is much easier to digest than modern-wheat; see here for an explanation. Many people who find they have bloating, indigestion or tiredness after eating wheat, discover that eating spelt doesn’t cause any of those problems. Spelt flour is now readily available in, even in most mainstream supermarkets. You can bake with wholegrain alone or[…]