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Flavouring your eggs

Looking to add flavour to your eggs? Scrambled, poached, fried…any way will do and the extra flavour adds pizazz and nutrients. Here are just a few ideas… Turmeric (and it’s an anti-inflammatory) Roasted garlic cloves Chipotle with Himalayan pink sea salt Cinnamon gives eggs an unexpected or lovely touch Minced sautéed shallots & tarragon Pesto Fresh fennel Fresh Basil Fresh parsley Fresh cilantro Fresh mint Fresh oregano Fresh dill Fresh …Read More

Healthy Granola

This a great hearty meal in the morning – giving you the energy you need during the AM hours. 12 cups of whole oats. Try not to get processed quick oats and if you need gluten-free, ensure it says gluten free. 3 cups of nuts & seeds, mix of your choice (ex. pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, walnuts, pecans, almonds, cashews, sunflower seeds, brazil nuts, pine nuts) 2 tbsp of vanilla …Read More

Artichoke Hummus Recipe

1 ¾ cups of cooked chick peas 3 tbsp of water ¼ cup of fresh squeezed organic lemon juice 1 jar of artichoke hearts, roughly 170g, drained of water/oil 3 tbsp of virgin cold pressed olive oil 2 tbsp of tahini 2 garlic cloves 1 tsp or salt 1 tsp of pepper 2 tsp of paprika In a blender mix chick peas, lemon juice, artichokes and 3 tbsp of water. …Read More

Healthy Lunch Ideas for Kids

With so many links between learning disorders and what kids eat, parents may need a bit of support in coming up with healthy lunches for their kids. Next time you’re stuck for ideas for your kids lunches, try one of these delicious and nutritious lunches. Cooked wild salmon salmon, hummus and cucumber on gluten-free or rye bread. Organic chicken breast slices, olives and vegetable sticks with tzatziki &/or hummus dip. …Read More

Zucchini Boats

Looking for fun ideas for kids or yourself? Stuffing zucchinis, peppers and pumpkins are always a hit and delicious. This recipe uses zucchinis as the “boat” but you can substitute in bell peppers, a squash or pumpkin as well – you just may need to adjust the filling quantity. This dish is full of B vitamins, folate, omega 3s, calcium, iron, protein, potassium and magnesium – great brain food! Pre-heat …Read More

Honey Chicken Curry

Another gluten and casein (dairy)-free recipe! This one will also help reduce inflammation in your joints as turmeric (in curry powder) has proven to do. Enjoy this delicious chicken recipe with a side of steamed broccoli and a few oven roasted veggies. Ingredients 2 tbsp of coconut oil 2 tbsp of honey – preferably from your local farmer 1 tsp of curry powder Sprinkling of rock salt 4 skinless, boneless …Read More

Shepherd’s Pie GFCF

Gluten-free & Casein-free Shepherd’s Pie 4 large potatoes, peeled and cubed 1 tablespoon coconut oil 1 tablespoon finely chopped onion 2 cloves of garlic, chopped salt and pepper to taste 5 carrots, chopped 1 tablespoon coconut oil 1 onion, chopped 1 pound lean ground beef 2 tablespoons gluten-free flour 3/4 cup organic veg or been broth cube Directions Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil amoxicillin australia. …Read More

GFCF Turkey, Christmas Recipes

With the holidays quickly approaching, I’d like to share a few gluten & casein (dairy) free recipes. First – the turkey. To get a delicious turkey outcome, you first need a delicious turkey income – ie. a truly free range turkey, preferably bought directly from the farm. This way the turkey has been able to eat its normal diet from the ground and you in turn will get these rich …Read More

Warm Breakfast Cereal

Mix the following in a medium size pot together: ½ cup of dry grains: options include whole brown rice*, wild rice*, millet*, buckwheat*, kasha, barley, whole rye, bulgur, amaranth*, quinoa*, wheat berries, spelt, kamut, steel cut oats or cornmeal. *this is the gluten free option, not the other grains. ¼ cup of nuts: options include walnuts, almonds, pine, beech, butternut, brazil nut, cashew, hazelnut, pecan, macadamia. Pistachios & peanuts are …Read More