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Snickerz ‘Chickpea’ Mini Ice-Creams

Snickerz ‘Chickpea’ Mini Ice-Creams

This Ice cream can be served in 3 different ways. My favourite is the mini-ice cream version as yu don'g have to worry about defrosting slightly before serving. I also quite like the bombs  which take me back to my childhood and Ice Magic (remember that?) - except...

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Gluten-Free Breads Explained

Gluten-Free Breads Explained

FREE TO DOWNLOAD - Gluten-Free Breads Explained ebook with delicious (and easy) recipes Sometimes the gluten-free aisle can seem like a gift from heaven when we follow a gluten or wheat exclusion dietm but how healthy are the breads lurking in this supermarket aisle?...

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Red Velvet Bliss Balls

Red Velvet Bliss Balls

These vibrant bliss are deliciously chocolatey, but also have all the benefits of the beetroot. Beetroots are a rich source of many vital nutrients, such as vitamin C, folate, calcium and iron. Their rich colour comes from pigments called anthocyanins which are potent...

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Mushroom and Lentil Bolognese

Mushroom and Lentil Bolognese

This is a meat-free meal and has some great umami flavours which mean that you don’t even miss the meat. It is also surprisingly filling. You can of course keep it plant-based, but I like to top up the lentil protein with 20g grated Parmesan cheese per portion, but...

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Seeded Granola (low sugar)

Seeded Granola (low sugar)

Seeded Granola This version of granola is low in sugar and contains less than half the carbs of regular granola. Did you know a typical bowl of granola contains around 20-28g sugar (that is 5-7 teaspoons)? Adults are recommended to consume no more than 7-8 teaspoons a...

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Chocolate Brownie Bites

Chocolate Brownie Bites

These are a cross between a healthy chocolate brownie and a power ball. They can be made two ways. Either rolled into bite-sized balls and sprinkled with ground pistachios and cranberries, or for the super deluxe double chocolate brownie truffle version, they can be...

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Nut Milks

Nut Milks

Cashew, Almond, Pumpkin seed, Sunflower seed, walnut, Macademia... you can make nut milks out of just about any larger nuts and seeds. Why not give some of these a whirl? Click here for my NUT milk recipes as well as the recipe for my cashew, strawberry smoothie.CLICK...

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