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Quick and Easy Garlic Mushrooms

Originally posted on T and Conversations! Chai with preethi!:
I love mushrooms and you will always find some in my grocery cart. I can eat them sauteed, in a curry, biryani or an omelette, pasta, pizza or in a bowl of soup. Earlier, I have posted a recipe for stuffed mushrooms and mushroom curry and… Continue reading

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Watermelon Cucumber Juice

Originally posted on Sutherland Shire Naturopathic Clinic:
Ingredients: ½ cup watermelon 1 cucumber ½ bunch of mint ½ cup chilled coconut water Squeeze of fresh lemon Method: Blend and serve in a long glass over ice. Continue reading

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Coffee Choc Chip Donuts

Originally posted on ♡ Anouk’s Kitchen ♡:
I really like donuts! This weekend, I bought donuts pans to create healthy donuts recipes and treat myself. ♡ Ingredients : 2/3 cup of flour of your choice ( or 1/3 flour and 1/3 vanilla protein powder) 2 tbsp ground coffee + 2-3 tbsp boiling water 1 tbsp maple… Continue reading

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Happy Belly Quiche Lorraine (Recipe)

Originally posted on Square Plate Round Table:
Gluten-Free & Low-FODMAP I am obsessed with quiche. It’s like a pie- but savory, and no one will judge you when you eat it for breakfast. Take a simple pie crust, a filling base of eggs and milk, and toss in basically anything and you have a sliceable… Continue reading

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Stuffed Peppers – a plant-based recipe

Originally posted on Enlightened Eater:
Photo courtesy Lentils.org In my last post, the issue of ultra-processed plant-based foods was on the table.  Somehow these foods are getting an undeserved health halo and it’s time to recognize them for what they are. While there are commercial products available in the marketplace that would measure up to… Continue reading

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Vichyssoise (leek and potato soup)

Originally posted on Lucy’s Friendly Foods:
Brrr, it’s suddenly really really cold. A good excuse to make some soup, the perfect comforting winter warmer lunch option … In my eyes, Vichyssoise is a French classic, although I understand there is some debate over whether it is French or American in origin. It is normally… Continue reading

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Sesame seeds protein balls

Originally posted on ♡ Anouk’s Kitchen ♡:
I like protein balls. They bring me my protein supplement after my workout when I run out of time for to make a breakfast or they are a perfect afternoon snack. In this recipe, I love the salty touch of sesame seeds! Ingrédients: 1/4 cup honey 1/3 cup melted… Continue reading

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Spinach, Cheese and Spring Onion Muffins

Originally posted on Lizzie’s Recipes:
I love savoury muffins and always have a few stashed in the freezer. They are delicious for breakfast or as a side with soup for lunch. These are so easy to make and can be whipped up and in the oven in minutes. Tips: A 120g bag of washed… Continue reading

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Nutty Chocolate Cookies

Originally posted on C T B A K E S:
This recipe for a loaded nut and chocolate cookie is a modified version of one by YouTube great CupcakeJemma. While Jemma’s original recipe is delicious (and I’d totally recommend checking it out, and her many other recipes too) I’ve cut back on the sugar and… Continue reading

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Tasty Tzatziki

Originally posted on Sarah’s Healthy Eats:
Eating healthy can be really expensive – I get it! It’s true; only today I spent some time roaming around the health section in a supermarket and purchased just a handful of items (literally just one shopping bag’s worth of food) for around Euro 60. Ridiculous right? However,… Continue reading

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