So the three of us are on our way to yoga and swimming which means we are going to be out most of the day. Whilst sometimes is nice to have a snack outside, the ingredient list of the prepacked options available at the counter usually put me off. This is further restricted by a…Read More
Nothing easier than these pancakes! Literally a few minutes and you get gluten free, dairy free, paleo, nutritious pancakes! I enjoy mine with blueberry syrup on top, I do this by warming a packet of fresh blueberries in a pan, on low heat, until they start to bubble and release their sweet juice..yum! I pour the…Read More
The age we live in has given us the choice of many materials for our cookware: from stainless steel to terracotta, from teflon to ceramics, etc.
Some cooking materials though, not only affect the taste of our foods but may pose risks to our health.
Modern, qualified, constantly evolving technology offers us alternative products that are safe for our health and more convenient, considering the savings that are achieved through longer product life. Choosing accessories for cooking foods that do not release harmful substances, I believe it is an increasingly conscious need and an ethical duty to our family.Read More
This past week I have been turning fruit into gummies, cashew butter into cookies, coconut milk into yoghurt and vegetables into chips! I love dehydrating foods and here are just a few reasons why! FLAVOUR During dehydration the flavours get more concentrated. This is especially noticeable when dehydrating fruit. PRACTICALITY Let’s be honest. Dehydration offers something…Read More
Delicious Fruit Rolls, baked at low temperature to preserve most nutrients. The ideal healthy snack to satisfy a sweet tooth 🙂 Ingredients 2 cups strawberries 2 cups raspberries 2 bananas 3/4 cup maple syrup 2 tbsp lemon juice Method Blend all the ingredients, the fruit with the maple syrup and the lemon…Read More
A sweet and refreshing anytime snack and now in season! Luscious grapes + potato starch = Grape Must! Ingredients 2 kg Red Grapes 1 tbsp Potato Starch Method Put the grapes into a large pan Rinse and drain them Turn the heat on and cook them, stirring ever so often, at low heat. The grapes will…Read More