Tag Archive: dairy free

Blender Banana Bread

This blender banana bread is easy. Delicious. Quick. Gluten and Dairy Free. Too good to be true?? Give it a go and let me know!

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I love it because you only need a high speed blender (I use a Vitamix), measuring spoons and cups and it’s ready to put in the oven. But you can use a bowl and mix it all together if you want! You will just have to smush up the bananas then combine all the other … Continue reading

Healthy Christmas recipes – Christmas food sorted!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year……and the most hectic!! Every year I say I am going to be organised, relaxed and really enjoy the lead up to Christmas….ha ha nope!! Don’t get me wrong I am still enjoying it, just wish it wasn’t as hectic. So to help you out, here are some of my picks to make your Christmas feast a delicious, yet healthy one. Healthy Christmas recipes at their best! Many thanks to all the wonderful … Continue reading

Choc Peanut Butter Bites

So…..I’ve had a real peanut butter craving lately. These came about out of desperation for a mid afternoon snack! Choc Peanut butter bites The sweetness of dates combined with the saltiness of peanut butter and cacao is divine. Keep them plain, or coat them in coconut or sesame seeds – perfect for a peanut butter fan!  

Makes 18-20 balls

INGREDIENTS

  • 1 cup of medjool dates (approximately 9-10)
  • 2/3 cup of Peanut butter (let it soften if you keep it in the fridge)
  • 1/2 cup
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My Winter Soup Roundup!

Brr….been a bit chilly hasn’t it?! Even here in sunny Queensland…there is nothing like a homemade, healthy soup on a cold winter’s night. Here is a collection for you – make a few new ones this year – don’t get stuck in a soup rut like I do! Combine your soup with some beautiful bread or rolls with garlic butter and you have dinner sorted. Soups are a great way to get lots of vegetables into your children too. You … Continue reading

HNC Mini Banana Muffins

Everyone loves a good muffin, am I right? This is a beauty – gluten and dairy free, but loved by everyone. You can mix it up however you like – keep them plain, or add some chocolate chips, blueberries or strawberries. Almond meal keeps them nice and moist, and is a good source of protein and healthy fats.

banana muffins

 

INGREDIENTS

  • One and a half cups of Almond Meal (Or one cup of Almond meal, half a cup of LSA)
  • 1/2
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Sesame Salmon Salad

Sesame salmon. A winning combination! This is one of our favourite meals. It is actually quite easy, looks pretty impressive and tastes great. A great dinner party dish! (Trust me – we don’t eat meals that look like this every night!!) I love the Japanese inspired flavours and salmon is my favourite fish. You can easily serve this with some steamed rice on the side.

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SERVES 4 ~ GLUTEN FREE ~ DAIRY FREE ~ NUT FREE ~EGG FREE

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Thai Inspired Chicken Soup

This is a super simple, mildly flavored ‘Thai inspired’ Chicken Soup.

thai inspired chicken soup

Our little guy was sick over the weekend. So, out came the arsenal to help our immune systems! Lots of greens, garlic, ginger, turmeric, lemon and chicken broth which luckily I’d made just during the week. Garlic, ginger and turmeric are all fantastic anti-inflammatory, anti-viral herbs that are a great inclusion in your diet especially over the winter months.

Usually, when there’s some illness floating around, I make The Continue reading

Easter is coming….better hop to it! Recipes and Ideas for a healthy Easter

I know….corny title right? Couldn’t resist a bunny joke though.choccaramel

How fast is this year going? I guess I have had my head stuck in baby fog…breastfeeding, baby cuddles, nappies, sleep – or lack of!! It’s been a lovely 6 weeks and I can’t believe how much she is growing already.I have been seeing Easter ideas in my newsfeed now for weeks so thought I’d better get onto it for you. This is my first in a couple of Easter … Continue reading

Choc Caramel Bites

Chocolate. Caramel. All from whole, natural ingredients. The best kind of treat. Need I say more?choc caramel

 

You can make these in many different ways, depending on equipment you have. Some ideas to get you started:

  • Use a mini muffin tin with mini muffin cases
  • Use an ice cube tray (they will pop right out with a sharp knife)
  • Silicone moulds – you can get some online for Easter from Happy Tummies 
  • Use a baking tray with baking paper on
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You can have your chocolate and eat it too!

Chocolate. Anyone else addicted like me? I love it! We are coming up to the big ‘chocolate’ events of the year – Valentine’s Day and Easter – yay! Although I must admit in this household – eating Chocolate is a regular occurrence. That’s ok though, because the great news is it’s actually good for you! (small portions of course 😉
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I’m talking REAL chocolate here though, not the stuff you buy in the supermarket that’s full of sugars, artificial colours … Continue reading