Vegetables for breakfast anyone? Delicious sweet potato disguised in a sweet, chewy crispy waffle courtesy of the delightful Morag Turnball aka @aveganfeed
One of our most popular cookie recipes to date, the Maple, Tahini and Almond cookies are the inspiration behind this weeks recipe of the week. Made again by our store manager Caroline, this time with a hazelnut spin and a chocolate hazelnut (nutella style) filling between. These are super delicious. Enjoy!
With the vast array of grain flours now available for us to choose from when baking, no wonder we may find ourselves in some confusion. There is wheat, khorasan (kamut), spelt, rye, barley, emmer wheat and another ancient wheat grain called einkkorn. In this article, I’ll discuss the benefits of some of the healthiest ancient grains, wheat, spelt, khorasan and rye.
One of the simplest options for a healthy breakfast is to make your own granola. Granola’s are simple to make and contain loads of nutrition owing to the quality ingredients that go in them. Here is a simple grain free granola from Naturopathy student and wholefoods lover Nat Russell. Nat made this one when embarking on a gut healing journey years ago. It is free from gluten, grains, dairy, eggs, nuts and refined sugar. Nat says it is still one of her go to favourite breakfasts. Enjoy.
One of our favourite gluten free flour blends is our ever popular Cottage Bread Mix. After years of customers telling us how delicious the bread is, we decided to try it out for ourselves. The result was amazing, with the pepitas and LSA really bringing it home. Enjoy!
At this time of year it is always great to have some homemade broth in the freezer for a quick and light meal or to add as a base for a more nourishing soup. This recipe has been shared with us by our newest recipe contributor, Naturopathy student Nat Russell. Nat is a passionate foodie who shares simple and inspiring recipes on her own blog, Glow with Nat Russell. We look forward to testing this one out..
Introducing our newest recipe contributor Nat Russell. Nat is a Naturopathy Student and the creator of her own blog, Glow with Nat Russell. Her recipes are simple, wholesome and nutritious, using wholefoods as the main ingredient. And considering all the raw dessert lovers out there, this one is sure to deliver. Perhaps it might be a good idea to eat it beside the fireplace 😊!
This weeks recipe of the week comes from Natalie Harms, our newest addition to the Affordable Wholefoods blog as writer and recipe contributor.
Natalie is a practicing Nutritionist with clinics in Maleny (in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, QLD) and Inverell. Here she shares her Lemon, Cashew and Coconut Cookies – loaded with protein, fibre, healthy fats and flavour, and a great alternative to store varieties.
Serving Size: makes 20
Read more at: Affordable Wholefoods Blog