Pete Evans Butter ChickenEating healthy is not meant to be restrictive, as you can see from this lovely butter chicken recipe. All the nasties have been replaced with good-quality ingredients that make it as good, if not better, than the original.
Blueberry, Hemp & Almond SmoothieWe love smoothies, they are easy, usually require less than 5 ingredients and super nourishing. Adding Hemp into your smoothies is a great way to increase your protein intake as well as Essential Fatty Acids. With Hemp being a seed, it’s great for those that are avoiding nuts. Hemp is one of the superfoods that contains fibre, protein, omega 3s and 6s, iron and magnesium! Now that’s something you’d want to add to your diet every day.
Ceres Organics Crumbed Hemp, Quinoa and Lentil BallsThese tasty plant-based “meatballs” are filled with plant-based nutrition such as lentils, hemp and quinoa. If you have leftover quinoa, this is a great way to use them up. Add more herbs if you wish… or even cheese in the middle – think like an arachinni but filled with plant-based protein!
Pete Evans Seed & Nut BreadBread is one of the hardest foods for people to give up as it has usually been a part of their diet for as long as they can remember – toast with lashings of butter and jam for breakfast, sandwiches at lunchtime and bread (or if you were lucky, garlic bread!) as a side for dinner.
Pete Evans Quick Prawn LaksaLaksa is a dish that keeps you coming back for more as it is so fragrant and delicious. One of its key ingredients is turmeric, a spice that has been used for millennia for both culinary and medicinal purposes, and that packs a real nutritional punch.
Ceres Organics Japanese Jackfruit By Sarah TannerSuper easy to do, especially if you want a recipe for #meatfreemondays! A salad bowl of organic spinach, corn, cucumber and quinoa if you want a more protein rich meal… Top with some sliced nori sheets and sesame seeds for a complete nutritious bowl.
Ceres Organics Mini Vegan CheesecakesThese cheesecakes are packed full with pure goodness. You can serve them up for a special occasion or keep them in the freezer to have when you want a healthy treat.
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