This is the ultimate Sprig / Summer salad for an easy light lunch or a quick healthy snack – and even though it doesn’t really require any work, it is 100% guaranteed to impress your friends and family with its beautiful natural colours. The beetroot in all its splendour.
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Yes yes, we all know avo on toast, and there are probably way too many versions out there… but are there? There’s room for a little extra one in my opinion, one full of colours (pinkpinkpink) and textures and flavours, something to change from the classic “smashed avo and tomatoes”.
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A gorgeous exotic pudding that will, without a doubt, give you just enough zing to get the day going and put a big fat smile on your face 🙂
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A hearty little bowl of goodness that will warm you right up in this cold weather. And a great alternative use of quinoa! Its light texture and slightly nutty taste work wonders with the honey and cashew nut butter.
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A gorgeous granola with extra crispy twangs from the tiny buckwheat seeds, chewiness from the dried figs and Speculoos-style comfort from the intense muscovado – this is just such a heart-warming treat to have in the mornings (or any time of day as a matter of fact). Definitely something to try, not only with your breakfast yoghurt, but also as a salad topping or with as a garnish on your roasted chicken breast. Granola is such a versatile product and it’s just so quick to make a large batch which will last you for days.
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Gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free; there are litterally three components to this recipe: seeds, salt and water. Deadly easy to make, a healthy alternative to chips for your dips and WAY more delicious than those dry and crumbly ready-made gluten-free biscuit crackers. Make a big batch and keep them in an airtight container for a nutritious snack – it’s only got the good stuff in it!
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A healthy alternative to the store-bought granola that contains who-knows-what kind of oils – this recipe possesses the many benefits and virtues of the wonderful coconut oil.
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We definitely eat too much meat for what’s really good for us, so this is a simple veggie alternative to any meal, filled with good stuff and hearty enough that you won’t be craving a steak after.
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