It's a lazy Saturday morning - this is happening - 4 ingredient pancakes! So easy to make and so delicious. #glutenfree #grainfree Ingredients 1 1/2 cup of blanched almond flour 3 organic eggs 1 ripe medium banana 1 tsp of baking powder Optional: Strawberries, blueberries or maple syrup to top pancakes Instructions Mix all ingredients in a bowl (option to blend for smoother texture but I get lazy and just mix well). Heat a non stick pan to medium heat and spray with non-stick cooking spray (i.e. coconut oil). Pour batter into pan (about 1/4 cup per pancake) Let cook for around 2-3 minutes or until the edges are firm Flip and cook another minute or two on the other side Repeat with the rest of the batter Top with berries or maple syrup if desired
Kids just want to be kids right? And let's be honest - mac and cheese is a part of being a kid! Check out this new gluten free mac and cheese recipe. Swipe left for the type of pasta, dairy free cheese and flour used. This recipe is not entirely dairy free (there is some cream and butter in it) - but feel free to experiment with non dairy milks and vegan butter if so desired. Enjoy! #glutenfree #macandcheese Boil pasta according to package Sauce: 1 tbsp of butter 1 tbsp of gluten free flour 1 cup of bone broth 4 ounces of cream (or dairy free milk such as unflavoured almond or cashew milk) 1/2 cup of dairy free cheese Onion and garlic powder and salt to taste Melt butter in pan. Whisk in flour. Slowly pour in 1 cup of bone broth (or chicken stock will do). Add in 4 ounces of cream. When liquid starts to boil add cheese and whisk until blended. Add onion, salt or garlic powder to taste. Pour sauce over cheese and enjoy! All of these products found at most health food stores.
Extremely yummy gluten free bread by @littlenorthernbakehouse - tastes amazing!
She has the best hair bun - ever. #hairgoals
Fresh from our garden to this. Yellow tomatoes, red onion, basil, cucumbers, feta and pepper. #eatclean
Shulman Weight Loss is not just for women! Congratulations to Jon who lost 40 pounds at Shulman Weight Loss London - an amazing health transformation. #shulmanweightloss #yesyoucan #transformationtuesday
Look - I get it. It’s hard to be a perfect eater all the time (especially in these final precious days of summer). I think aiming for perfection when it comes to diet and nutrition can set us up for failure. But....as a holistic nutritionist, if I can help to encourage you to eat more real food, make long term healthier choices and feel more energetic - I feel like I am doing my job. So why eat real food? A million reasons really - disease prevention, energy, proper weight maintenance, reduction of impact on the environment, reduce inflammation, digestive health - the list goes on and on. So....here are my top 10 tips to get more real food into your daily diet. 1) Eat berries -fresh or frozen will do. The concentrator of anti-oxidants in berries is extremely high all the while having little blood sugar impact. 2) Make your own bone broth - its easy and offers unbelievable health benefits. 3) When eating fruits and vegetables - try to go organic (if budget allows), local or in season. 4) Eliminate all chemical (MSG, food dyes) and sweeteners (aspartame) from your diet. Stick to natural sweeteners such as coconut sugar. 5) Eat healthy raw fats such as nuts, seeds, oils and avocados. 6) If eating red meat - eat in smaller quantities and try for grass fed beef. 7) When eating grains -make them high quality, whole non GMO grains. 8) Consider investing in a good blender or vitamix - you can squeeze so much nutrition in a good morning smoothie. 9) Pick your greens for the day - the more, the merrier. 10) Give yourself some time to cook in the kitchen. This does not have to be 2-3 hours per day. You can create large batches of homemade food to take to the office, have for dinner and/or for healthy left overs. #eatrealfood #motivationmonday
In love with my new pillow. Thanks @redbeaninteriordesign
Up north with this one this weekend. Nope - no fun at all 😊. #sisterweekend