One of the best ways of staying healthy is to look after the good bacteria in your gut by eating fermented foods. Like most fermented foods from alcohol to sauerkraut, tempeh is an acquired taste. Give it a try! - Serve this recipe alongside your favourite saucy asian vegetable dish.
This recipe can be enjoyed any time of day, for breakfast, as a snack or even a dessert. The apples, oatmeal help to feed the gut microbiota while the kefir builds it. It also has loads of good fat and protein to keep you satiated and your blood sugar stable. The sweeteners are filled with health promoting properties - so this is a great choice if you're like me and have a 'sweet tooth'...
Chicken liver is one of the healthiest foods on the planet. Great source of iron and certain B Vitamins including Vitamin B12. Making it a great choice for boosting energy. It's also a good source of Vitamin A which helps with wound healing and eye health. It also contains CoQ10 a powerful antioxidant.
Bone broth can be frozen and used later instead of water to make grains, soups and stews. Keeps in the freezer for up to 6 months.
I like to cook the broth all day for one day then place in a cool spot (garage/bucket of ice/refrigerator) over night then cook it for another day.
Bring these along to a BBQ and wow your friends and family with this healthy and delicious take on an ol' favourite!
You don't have to stop feeding your children their favourite foods - just make it from scratch with wholesome, nutrient dense ingredients.
Make a big batch and flash freeze them for another day...
Flash Freeze: To flash freeze, place chicken nuggets on a cookie sheet place in the freezer for 2 hours or so, then place in a freezer bag or container. To re-heat, pre-heat oven to 400F and heat up nuggets for about 15-20 minutes until sizzling and hot.
Yup! French Fries can be healthy if made with good oil, organic potatoes and good quality sea salt. Make extra and flash freeze them for another day...
Flash Freeze: When the fries are almost cooked completely. Freeze them by spreading them out on a baking sheet or tray, then packing them in airtight containers or freezer bags or wrapping with foil or plastic wrap for longer storage. Cook from frozen in a 400 F oven for 15 minutes or so, turning once half way through cooking.
This is one of the simplest muffin recipes I've ever come across. Super sweet thanks to overripe bananas and maple syrup - kids LOVE them! Add blueberries if they're available and in season to give these treats an antioxidant boost.