I often recommend this recipe to patients who can't manage to get in protein with their brekky smoothie in the mornings or for those who just need a low GI, high protein snack. 2 daily is the equivalent of a serve of protein powder. Enjoy -you won't get any sugar lows with these lovely snacks!
Do you have a whole lot of ripe bananas at home you're wondering what to do with in a hurry?? My best tip for this is to pop them in the freezer and save them for when you have a few minutes to blend up this outrageously yummy dessert. My recipe uses 2 bananas but you can use as many as you have in the freezer.
Want something to put on toast for the littlies that isn'y packed full of sugar, but is something they will actually eat too? This date spread is my answer to both conundrums! Enjoy x and big thanks to mum for passing this one on :)
Bump up the nutrition in your ANZAC biscuits and enjoy the great flavour of the low GI molasses or coconut sugar.
The key to this dish really is the apples- try to find the best quality you can. Ideally they are fresh off the farm and organic. You will be blown away by how delicious they are!
Wash, chop and core the apples into even, chunky slices. I prefer to keep the skin on the apples, but if this is a family dish for young toddlers, you will need to peel them too. Place onto a pot and almost fill with boiling water. Cook for around 10 minutes until apples are soft but not ‘mooshy’...
Hello mid-Winter and the season of snot continues!! So, after my last blog post about how much I’m not feeling inspired about cold and flu remedies, well, I’ve just gotten re-inspired! I found this little beauty of a diet sheet in my handouts file the other day and I am very excited to share it with you.
If you’re after a healthy choccie hit minus all the guilt, give the following recipe a try...