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.
Women have an amazing aid to living a healthy and happy life. The menstrual cycle. Now, if you are man, please don’t stop reading here as likely as not, you know a woman. She would likely be very impressed and grateful for any glimmer of understanding of this topic and I can assure you that[…]
Even the green-smoothie averse child likes this one! For how and when to have smoothies, see here. Print Recipe Simple universally-liked green smoothie Prep Time5 minsTotal Time5 mins Course: Drinks Servings: 2 glasses Author: Kate Ingredients2 handfuls grapes2 handfuls spinach125 ml room temperature water InstructionsAdd all ingredients and blend well. Drink straightaway.
Two of my three children like this creamy green smoothie, the other is not a green-smoothie man. Print Recipe Creamy and child-friendly green smoothie Prep Time5 minsTotal Time5 mins Course: Drinks Servings: 2 glasses Author: Kate Ingredients2 handfuls spinach150 ml room temperature water4 cm unpeeled cucumber1 tsp lemon juice or juice of ¼ lemon to[…]
Like it or not, juicing and blending is taking us by storm. Seen as quick and easy way to dose up with essential vitamins, minerals and cancer-fighting antioxidants, smoothies and juices have become a much larger part of our diet. How they help… Over the years, plants have been bred to have less and less[…]
Whether you are looking to eat healthily or are diving head-first into a prescribed Ayurvedic diet to fix a problem, here are some top pantry essentials. I’m going to assume you have your own policy on organic v. non-organic and I’ll leave that to you. If you don’t do anything else organic, dairy and meat[…]
Here are 10 things you may not know about pulses. Pulses (or legumes): fuel your body with protein are cheap are good for the environment – protein from crops to stomach are low-fat, full of fibre, vitamins and minerals (including iron) count as 1 of your 5 a day are versatile and delicious go down[…]
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’[…]
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[…]
This is such a ingeniously simple way to make spelt naan bread. This recipe for spelt naan bread in a bread-maker is pretty-much fool proof and the results are mouth watering. Spelt is an ancient form of wheat that is much easier to digest and, for most people, doesn’t give the bloating, tiredness or other[…]