GREAT for an afternoon healthy snack. Tastes just like a moist cake but with no nasties and lots of healthy lovelies!! Quick and easy to make and afternoon snack halo inducing!!!
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Every part of this dish is so easy to prepare and can be made in advance. The best part of it for me is it can be topped with an egg and eaten for breakfast or topped with some grilled chicken (for meat eaters!) and eaten for supper. It’s healthy and the tastes are SO vibrant and fresh. What are you waiting for?!!
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This is a small adaptation of my healthy little seed cracker recipe – having just made some home made goats cheese, I decided to use some of the left over whey (which traditionally gets thrown away by most people) – it’s a mighty nutrient powerhouse of an addition! If you haven’t just made goats cheese, add a little goats milk and water to your mixture instead of the whey It adds such a delicious creamy flavour to the crackers! Read More →
These are SO Yummy, easy to make and because you can make a batch of them, will sort you out for breakfast and snacks for the week and longer. These are really tasty, and so much better for you than the sugar laden preservative filled commercial bars.
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Low Carb Healthy Breakfast
Once upon a time, (in a land far far away!) my favorite, go to breakfast would be fried eggs, mushrooms , 1 kg of bacon and a loaf of toast to mop up that yummy egg yolk. This would be a regular meal for me on Saturday and Sunday mornings – generally used to soak up the alcohol from the night before! I’m pleased to announce that I have changed my ways and no longer have these huge fry ups (in fact I really can’t remember the last time I had one). Bacon and bread are really the naughties in this dish,. I can’t come up with a healthy bacon dish – it really is just about eating it in moderation (I so want to move to moderation and live there!) So, it’s just the bread then – even if you don’t have an intolerance for gluten, bread is packed high with carbs and has very limited health benefits – so using my low carb flatbread with eggs (a healthy superfood) and mushrooms (the only food that can give you vitamin D!) I can create a ‘fry up’ of sorts and still enjoy mopping up that egg yolk. Add a little avocado and pepitas and you are on your way to a health halo!
Give it a go – a grilled tomato and some home made baked beans would be great to add to the plate too! I’ve added some avocado onto the grilled flatbread here and topped the egg off with some pepitas. Get the low carb flatbread recipe here. I’m sure you can come up with different ways to add these healthy ingredients together for a yummy breakfast but I’ve just listed one below in an easy format if you want to follow that.
low carb flatbread
2 slices of tomato
2 slices of avocado
4 mushrooms sliced
1 Tbsp pepitas
1.. Make your low carb flatbread
2. Salt and pepper a couple of slices of tomatoes and grill
3. Cut a few slices of avocado
4 Fry off your mushrooms with a little salt and pepper
5. Poach an egg
6. Compile all ingredients together and top off with pepitas.
Voila – a healthy little fry up!!