These are a quick healthy snack that you can make in advance and freeze to take to Christmas parties and when you are told 'not to bring anything' instead of a box of chocolates. Start this recipe a day in advance so they have time to set. They even make great homemade Christmas gifts in gift bags. They are a great little sweet treat after a meal with a cuppa and because you made them yourself, they have no artificial nasties or processed sugars and are vegan and gluten free.
These soft and crumbly cookies are made with rolled oats so are high in fibre and have no refined sugars so are great for the kids in their lunchbox or after school treat and they can be made gluten free. I love these with a cuppa for morning or afternoon tea and depending on time and ingredients you have at home, you can take a few shortcuts to whip these up in one bowl in 10 minutes! Enjoy! Ingredients: 1 cup almond meal 1 cup wholemeal flour (substitute with rice flour if
When you're feeling like something sweet like a biscuit or cookie, make up a batch of these banana oat maple cookies instead and keep them in the fridge. They take 10 minutes to make and around 10-15 minutes to cook so they are really easy to make and super healthy too! These healthy snacks are gluten free and dairy free with no refined sugars so you can snack on these daily and the whole family will love them! You also have lots of substitutes in case you don't have all the
As the weather gets a little colder, it's time to move away from the salads and into the soup season. This Pumpkin and Carrot soup is delicious and has alot of flavour from the roasting of the vegies to the added ginger, nutmeg and cinnamon spices. Both pumpkin and carrots are a great source of antioxidants that boost your immune system to warn off colds and flu and are also high in fibre and beta carotene. Follow this recipe for your own home made soups that you can batch up