Brunch can be challenging without eggs. This dish is reminiscent of Eggs benedict with the fritters serving as a base and a cheesy cashew sauce on top. A perfect start to your weekend and full of inflammation fighting foods with the nuts, seeds, avocado and turmeric.
It might be a little cliché to make mince pies in December, but who can help it when they bring with them such a festive spirit! It can be tough for those with food intolerances around this time of year so I have created a gluten free and egg free recipe so you don’t have to miss out. If you can eat egg but are grain free, please type Gluten Free Paleo Mince Pie recipe in the search bar for an alternative recipe.
For those looking for a low carb meal and a way to increase their vegetable intake, cauliflower rice is the perfect option. It is quick and easy to prepare and can be paired with a variety of herbs and seasonings for a lovely fresh base for various salads. Add some cold shredded chicken for a light lunch or serve it along side a chicken tagine or roasted lamb shank for a tasty side dish. It makes a fantastic packed lunch.
Chocolate and orange make a wonderful combination…who doesn’t love a Terry’s? This delicious dessert offers a densely flavoured chocolate mousse topping with a citrus zing, supported by a crunchy base of nuts and buckwheat groats, sweetened only with dates. Perfect for a dinner party as it can be made in advance and healthy too!