Mixed Berry Chia Jam


Mixed Berry Chia Jam
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Shop bought jam tends to be packed full of refined sugar, which is unnecessary considering how sweet fruit is on it’s own. If you think about it, you’re adding sugar to sugar = sugar fest! Chia jam takes about 15 minutes to make and is so easy to prepare. The fruit is naturally sweet, therefore you only need (more…)

Chia Puds – 3 Recipes


Chia Puds
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CHIA PUDS – 3 RECIPES Chia seeds are little powerhouses of nutrition. They are high in the anti-inflammatory essential fatty acid, omega 3, and are a good source of protein fibre, calcium, magnesium and manganese. The seeds are easy to find in supermarkets, health food shops or online and are best served ground into a smoothie, (more…)

Avocado & Pea Smash on Toast


Avocado Smash
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Avocado & Pea Smash on Toast with Lemon Juice and Chilli (optional)  A delicious, nourishing and super easy breakfast, lunch or snack idea. Avocado’s are a great source of healthy monounsaturated fat, they contain more potassium than a banana and are a good source of fibre. Avocado’s are also a rich in antioxidants, the B (more…)

Pomegranate, Raspberry & Pumpkin Seed Bircher Muesli


Bircher Muesli
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Bircher muesli was created by a Swiss Doctor, Maximilian Bircher-Benner around 1900, to ensure patients at his hospital consumed a healthy, nutritious, balanced breakfast that was easy to digest, to help them recover. He used whole grain oats with fresh fruit, and soaked the muesli overnight to keep the food raw and bursting with nutrients. Soaking the (more…)

Delicious Quinoa Porridge


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Quinoa (pronounced keen-wah) is a seed that is regularly used like a grain. It is high in protein, iron, zinc, magnesium, vitamin E and fibre and is gluten free. It can be used in the same way as rice and couscous and is great to include in sweet or savoury recipes.