Sweet potato wedges

These sweet potato wedges are a great little extra carb option that the whole family will love. You can eat them hot/ as is, or choose to wait until they have cooled down for an extra health boost.

Sweet potatoes are best eaten cooked and cooled as their starch then turns into ‘resistant’ starch, feeding the good gut bacteria for a strong gut microbiome, instead of spiking your blood sugar.

Bacon & Egg Cupcakes

Bacon and egg cupcakes for a tasty low carb protein kick that your kids will love. Combine with greens for that extra health hit.

Rocket with pear, walnuts & goat cheese salad

This rocket salad with pear, figs, walnuts and goat cheese packs a nutritional punch and will delight the taste buds of yourself, your family or guests. It’s great as a starter, or, if adding more cheese and nuts, as a meal by itself.

 

Glutenfree Banana Cacao Cake

guiltfree, glutenfree chocolate banana buckwheat cake

Guilt- & glutenfree banana chocolate cake for your carb-refill treat days. Kids will love this cake, and it is absolutely guilt-free. Gluten- and processed sugar free. However do make sure to limit consumption to your carb-refill days 1x/week, as despite having only lush ingredients, it is still quite high in carbs, which we should limit to 1x/week. Enjoy! XX

Vegan Glutenfree Banana Cake

Vegan and glutenfree buckwheat banana bread

Eat cold for maximum health benefits to your gut bacteria (resistant starch!) – If eaten warm, it will taste just as good but the sugar will feed your fat cells rather than your gut bacteria ;).

‘Fight inflammation’ – Sushi

pegan quinoa sushi recipe that fights inflammation

Try this anti-inflammatory, grainfree Sushi recipe for a hit of inflammation fighting, fatloss and hormone-balance boosting omega-3s. Ideal for your weekly detox menu, as a healthy lunch, or finger food for any party. Experiment with the ingredients to create your very favourite one.

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