This is a nice paleo alternative to the good old fashioned quiche. Great for a light lunch.
This is a great snack for movie night or school lunch boxes. The chickpeas contain both protein and carbohydrate so will help with brain function and keep you full.
This bread recipe is another of my Gluten and Dairy free favourites. Tastes great warmed with eggs or even just a little butter (if tolerated).
This dip is delicious and counts towards your vegetable quota for the day. Whats not to love about that?!
Looking for a great way to get more veggies into the kids (or you for that matter?) – try these yummy Kale chips recipe. Like most recipes on this blog- this is a no fuss, very simple recipe that you can make in minutes.
At a recent health expo I discovered Banana flour which is a Gluten free flour made from Green bananas. It is quickly becoming a new favourite in my household because it is high in resistant starch providing benefits for the good bacteria in our gut, helping to lower blood glucose levels and improve insulin sensitivity. It…
This body scrub contains coffee which when used as a scrub will help to stimulate and tighten the skin of the body AKA help to smooth out cellulite. Who doesn’t need a little bit of help in that department!
Healthy Gut Gummies- Blueberries and cream The benefits of this recipe come mainly from gelatin because of its many wonderful healing properties. It is a natural source of amino acids, which aids in reducing inflammation in the gut, and helps to repair damage to the intestinal wall and rebuild the mucous membranes. In turn,…
I love eggs for breakfast. Not just because they taste yummy but also because they are a complete protein, meaning it supplies all of the amino acids to the body first thing in the morning. By ensuring your breakfast has a good amount of protein in it – we can really support our health and…
This recipe was made for a Sunday brunch but honestly, it is yummy at anytime of day.