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All Guns Blazing Supercharged Muesli

This grain-free and nutrient-packed muesli puts commercial varieties to shame! Where to begin with the nutritional benefits… Almonds deliver protein, fibre and good fats. Despite having ‘wheat’ in its name,…

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Apricot & Tofu Pudding

Tofu makes this pudding high in protein so it can double as a good breakfast choice or a snack. Ingredients (Serves 6) 415g can apricots in natural juice 2 tablespoons honey…

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Baked Brown Rice Pudding with Apricots

Have this breakfast pudding at room temperature. It will keep in the fridge, covered, for 2 days. It can also double as a delicious dessert. Ingredients (Serves 4) 1/2 cup brown…

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Baked Eggs, Fetta, Spinach and Tomato Breakfast

Have you recently been to see a particular naturopath and been told to go on a low starch diet and eat protein for breakfast? Are you mystified as to what…

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Baked Ricotta

Served warm or cold it makes an excellent savoury breakfast, a brilliant snack, or add some salad or baked vegetables and you have the perfect low-starch, low-kilojoule, high-protein lunch or…

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Banana Pancake

High protein, no grain breakfast or snack. This dish is simplicity itself. Ingredients (Serves 1) 1 small banana 1 organic egg 1 teaspoon butter (optional) ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon, desiccated or…

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Brekkie Fibre

  Add a dessertspoon to your cereal, smoothie or yoghurt. Mix Together 1 cup ground LSA (linseeds, sunflower seeds, almonds) available from supermarkets 1 cup slippery elm powder 1 cup…

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Chocolate and Raspberry Muffins

Ingredients (Serves 6) 1 cup buckwheat flour 1 cup brown rice flour 1/2 cup baking cocoa, sifted 1 1/2 cups milk 2 cups frozen raspberries 2 tablespoons honey 1 tablespoon olive…

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Egg & Lettuce ‘Sandwich’

The crisp cool of the lettuce is a wonderful contrast to the warm comfort of the boiled googs. Ingredients (Serves 1) 2 large organic eggs, hard boiled* and shelled, still warm…

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Eggs with Tomatoes, Fetta and Herbs

  We would have eggs, woodfired bread, lots of black tea and home made black cherry jam. Ingredients (Serves 4) 8 eggs 8 egg tomatoes 2 tablespoon fresh oregano, chopped 1…

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Fruit Salad with Fresh Mint and Yoghurt

This is for those who don't really like breakfast. Also for those lovers of fruit.   Ingredients (Serves 4) 4 bananas, sliced 4 Kiwi fruit, sliced 2 cups blueberries 2 oranges,…

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Get-Up-And-Go Super Smoothie

This smoothie has it all! Packed with omega 3, vitamins A and D, fibre, calcium and antioxidants, and low on carbs and kilojoules, this breakfast-in-a-glass will keep you going till…

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Herb Omelette

This dish is one of my favourite 'I'm too tired to think what to make for dinner' dinners. And would also make a mighty fine weekend brunch. Ingredients (Serves 2) 3…

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Immune Support Breakfast

This is a great breakfast recipe from Bastyr University in the States. The addition of spices to a bircher muesli-style mix turns this into a wonder breakfast. Ingredients 4 cups…

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Omelette With Fetta and Green Dill

This is my mother's recipe but she makes flat omelettes, I like to fold them over. It tastes good either way. Ingredients (Serves 4) 8 eggs 1 cup fetta, crumbled 1/2…

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Peach and banana smoothie (non-dairy, with Chia seeds)

Bored with your banana smoothie recipes? Try this for a twist. Boring? With peaches and chia seeds, a superfood containing omega 3, it’s more like ‘wow’! Ingredients (Serves 2) 1 medium-size…

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Poached Eggs with Spinach and Yoghurt

Garlic in the yoghurt might sound a bit strange to you, but where I come from, we drizzle it over most vegetables. Trust me it is very good, just try…

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This porridge is delicious any day but it is particularly good on a cold morning. It does not need any sugar added to it as the grated pears and the…

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