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It’s no secret.  I love oats.  But even a self-confessed oat-a-holic needs a break every once in a while.  This easy and healthy quinoa porridge is just as nourishing, just as filling and just as delicious.  It also has the added bonus of being totally gluten free! I find that this healthy quinoa porridge is...
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I’m about to pop and so I have a friend in my kitchen to help out!  My Mum made her way into my kitchen this week and lucky us, she shared her toasted muesli recipe! It’s one you want to know. AND it’s healthy! AND it lasts forever…actually.  We needed a bigger glass jar because it just...
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I have been wanting to make a healthy strawberry jam for the longest time.  And now I don’t know why I waited so long.  This jam is totally moorish, rich and healthy and packed with omega-3 fatty acids in place of traditional sugar. It’s slightly tart but sweet enough for those who have quit sugar....
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There are mornings that just call for peanut butter on toast.  Toasted ezekiel is a great healthy alternative to toast, that will keep you full for longer and provide you with the dietary fibre your digestive system needs. You all know that I love my zoats (zucchini oats), but I am definitely a little addicted...
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Pancake stacks are the perfect Sunday breakfast, but not all pancakes are created equally.  Traditional pancakes contain trans-fatty acids (the fat that isn’t great for your body), and are also traditionally made with dairy milk and wheat.  If you want to have your (pan)cakes and eat them to, then this recipe for a protein pancake...
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If you haven’t noticed by now, I’m a HUGE OATS FAN.  Oatmeal, zucchini oats, chocolate oats, homemade muesli…I even love topping my smoothie’s with oats, and today I am sharing a new favourite Winter warmer, baked apple crumble oats. I usually opt for organic quick oats because I’m always after ways to save time in the...
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All information, opinions, and recipes are provided at my own opinion and should not be taken as prescriptive advice. Please seek professional advice before making changes to your diet or lifestyle.