Using raw milk and the freshest local eggs, this is a dish made in heaven. It’s fructose free as it only uses glucose based sweeteners so it has a subtle sweetness. Divine.
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Based on my pecan brittle recipe, this is a no-nut crisp and sweet alternative. It’s also packed with loads of vitamins and Omega 3 fat.
For those with an egg allergy or vegan, this is perfect. I’ve tried cashew mayo which leaves a grainy texture on coleslaw, but this is truly smooth. Tastes delicious and the flaxseed mean it’s packed with omega 3’s.
Not only are these delicious, they have added omega 3 from the flaxseed and protein from the almond butter.
Packed with flavour as well as vitamins and minerals.
Quick, easy and packed full of omega 3, flaxseed or linseed are a super food.
Apart from the chopping of the spring onions this version uses frozen onion, garlic, chilli and leftovers for speed.
Shop bought versions tend to have wheat in them. And these are easy to make.
This is my take on the crispy Italian rice balls. They are filled with buffalo mozzarella as we digest it more easily.
This is a fast food. From jars and packets, you can knock it up in 10 minutes.
The hearty nature of asparagus and portobello mushrooms make this a substantial side dish or a main event.
The seed mix here includes calcium and omega 3 as well as a myriad of other vitamins and minerals.