Nutritionist Jane McClenaghan shares her winter warming recipe of Carrot and Ginger Soup which contains delicious immune supporting ingredients. Carrot and Ginger Soup | Immune Supporting This carrot and ginger soup makes…
You’ll never guess this Pesto Pizza is dairy-free! Roasted butternut squash puree for the pizza base, topped with broccoli, onions and tomatoes, and pesto made from scratch with pine nuts, garlic,…
The easiest pizza dough you will ever make
It’s fresh, herbal and garlicky taste is made even better with the nutty flavour of Shelled Hemp.
This speed egg fried rice is one of our favourites, made in minutes, super tasty and given a nutritional fibre rich boost with the addition of some flaxseed.
Little cute pizza pan breads with a gluten, dairy, egg and nut free base. For toppings I used some tomato puree and melted mozzarella but you could add ham and pineapple, little mini pepperonis, some roasted veggies or switch the sauce up with a pesto. You can eat them cold or give them a little heat in the microwave or a hot pan.
I love finding alternative uses for nuts and seeds. Hemp seeds are loaded with plant protein, have an incredible unique flavour and when blended in a high speed blender create a beautiful creamy dressing.
These quinoa burgers are SUPER simple to make, hold together beautifully and are perfect for loading up with toppings of your choice and sandwiching it all up in a light airy bun.
You could of course use actual noodles, but as a lot of us stocked up on pasta I figured I’d put some of my wholegrain spelt spaghetti to alternative use! It actually works just perfectly as a noodle and most people have spaghetti in one form or another in the press at all times!
The sauce has a little “surprise” ingredient… flaxseed! It thickens it up a little bit, making it go a little further and also providing an extra boost of fibre should you not be so lucky as to have whole grain pasta at your fingertips!
There are a whole host of different lentil bolognese recipes out there but I bet you won’t have come across one that includes milled flaxseed in it! The flaxseed not only provides an Omega 3 rich boost, I personally like to include it daily in my diet as it has been shown to potentially help with the balancing of women’s hormones as well as thickening up this sauce beautifully and making it a little more “meaty”.