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Refined Sugar-Free

Recipe: Creamy Broth-Cooked ‘Baked’ Beans

Here is a another bean-y recipe which I hope you’ll enjoy! This recipe has options in the recipe to adapt it for those who follow a vegan and vegetarian diet (see the  ‘v’ next to the ingredients). It is also gluten-free. This is my delicious version of baked beans.   Recipe: Creamy Broth-Cooked ‘Baked’ Beans […]

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Recipe: Cinnamon, Rosewater and Vanilla Coconut Cookies (Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Vegetarian-Friendly, Paleo-Friendly)

I love coconut! And I know many of you do too, so here is a delicious treaty coconut cookie recipe for you, my dear Health Food Lovers! This recipe is dairy-free, gluten-free, and paleo-friendly. You can find coconut (it’s botanical name is Cocos nucifera) in a few forms: some you may be aware of, others may […]

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Recipe: Berry and Banana Soft Serve

Here is a quick and easy ice cream recipe (see the raspberry version here)  which uses fruit as a base instead of cream, sugar and eggs. I hope you like it! Recipe: Berry and Banana Soft Serve Recipe info/allergen info: This is gluten-free and can be made dairy-free if using dairy-free milk. Serves: Makes one serve. […]

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Recipe: Bacon, Bean and Spinach Soup

Recipe: Bacon, Bean and Spinach Soup Recipe info/allergen info: This recipe is gluten-free. If you need to be really stringent about making this recipe gluten free: make sure the northern beans have been packed/processed away from gluten-containing grains. Also check that the bacon you use doesn’t contain any gluten-containing ingredients and check the same for […]

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Recipe: Sourdough Oat Pancakes

Here is a delicious new recipe for you! In this pancake recipe I have used Oats (Avena sativa) instead of a refined flour wheat flour, which is commonly used in pancake recipes.  According to traditional herbal medicine, Oats are described as having the actions of a nervine tonic, tonic and thymoleptic which are properties that tone […]

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Recipe: Chocolate Coconut Fudge Mousse and Date Caramel Tartlets

  Since I made the 2 ingredient raw chocolate mousse (below) I have been dreaming of making the mixture into a delicious chocolate and coconut mousse tart! So, that’s what I did! I combined the chocolate mousse recipe with the  date caramel from the almond chocolate cake (aka. the Mocha Brownie Cake)  I made some time ago. I wanted to make the […]

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Recipe: Sprouted (or Soaked) Chickpea Panisse

Panisse are a type of delicious french chick pea chip (or fry for our US friends). Normally these are made with chickpea flour (besan/garbanzo flour) but me being the lover of whole, real food and the nutrition-maximizing gal I am, I made them using the whole chickpea and sprouted them myself. (Here is a little guide on sprouting legumes, […]

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Recipe: Fresh Pear Baklava

Here is a delicious dessert recipe which uses a fresh pear slices instead of filo pastry for a healthier twist on the traditional Baklava recipe. Recipe: Fresh Pear Baklava Alleregen info/recipe info: This recipe contains nuts. This recipe can vegan/vegetarian if using coconut oil instead of butter. Ingredients: 1 pear ~1/4 C. nuts* (a mix […]

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Recipe: Buckwheat Crusted Cajun-Style Chicken with Chilli & Almonds

Here is another delicious recipe that uses flavourful spices and gluten-free, flavonoid-rich buckwheat for a delicious Cajun-style chicken. Even though buckwheat is called buck-wheat it isn’t actually a grain, it is a pseudo-seed and is completely gluten-free. Buckwheat Crusted Cajun-Style Chicken with Chilli & Almonds Cajun-Mix Ingredients: Makes enough to coat 4 pieces of chicken thighs […]

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Recipe: Green Energy Soup (A Mitochondria Supporting Recipe)

When we want to eat food to make us feel energetic and happy (which is what food should do), we need to stick to whole, real foods. This because our body needs more than just carbohydrates to produce energy. There are many micro-nutrients we need for optimal mitochondrial function (mitochondria are the “energy factories” of our cells). This is […]

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