Just before Zucchini’s go out of season, we thought we would sneak this one in! These tasty bites are gluten-free, dairy free, vegetarian, nutritious and delicious and can easily be used to sneak some extra veggies onto your plate without anyone even noticing!
As the weather started to cool down, I’ve been thinking a lot about Sausage Rolls (it’s funny how the weather can do that), but how on earth could I make them Gluten Free?
Last week Brooke Meredith from a Conscious Collection uploaded a picture of her GF Sausage Rolls. With sausage rolls on my mind of late, I took a sneak peak. The clever cookie that she is, uses the paper from rice paper rolls to wrap the meat – the result? GF sausage rolls with CRUNCH.
Want to get started on Bone Broth, but not sure what bones to buy? Don’t worry, I get this question A LOT; so I thought it would be a good idea to put everyone on the same page… Literally
It turns out that a lot of us weren’t aware of this cheap and simple healing “elixir” and I’m so happy that you’re all willing to give to give this traditional healing remedy a whirl. Since the post went live, I’ve been getting a number of questions regarding the best way to use bone broth, as well as the best way to store it. I thought it would be best to answer all of those questions in a public forum so we could all benefit from it. So here goes!
I’ve tried so many different variations of gluten free gingerbread biscuits and got frustrated when they would turn out either incredibly crumbly or flavourless; oh and don’t even get me started on making your own gluten free flour mix, who knew so many starches existed? So, I set out to make my own. The result? Nutritious and delicious GF Gingerbread that will satisfy the Christmas craving!
I loving giving presents that are useful and in this case, non-toxic, so I sat down with all of the new mums in my life and asked them what were the best present they received as a first time mum was and why. If you’re ready to become the friend or family member of the year, this one’s for you.
When it comes to Easter morning, there is nothing better than a toasty warm hot cross bun, but to be honest, there are so many varieties out there that are full of the stuff I would rather do without. After many failed attempts over the years, this year I promised myself I would get it right. The result? Two versions for paleo and spelt lovers alike, both as equally delicious as each other… enjoy!
I don’t know about you, but to me, there is nothing better than a warm soup on a chilly winter’s day and this carrot and red lentil soup is one of my favourites. This soup is incredibly simple, oh so delicious and of course rich in real-food goodness.
This delicious spin on traditional ‘bliss balls’ are made using only real-food ingredients. Not only do they contain the nourishing fats of coconut oil or magnesium rich cacao, they are also sweetened with the goodness of fresh organic dates. They are a wonderful treat for guests (no one will ever believe they are good for you), and the perfect snack for when you are traveling or on the run. These are easily one of my most popular recipes to date.
“These truffles are one of the dishes that my friends and family request the most! They’re refined sugar-free, gluten-free and raw, and provide a good dose of healthy fats. A great option if you feel like something sweet but don’t want a sugar crash!”, Lillian D from realfoodhealthybody.com