My Top 5 Favourite Grain Free Cracker/Crisp Recipes

My Top 5 Favourite Grain Free Cracker/Crisp Recipes

I love a good cracker.  They are great with dips or just to munch on generally.  So after going grain free it was great to realise that there are plenty of grain-free options for this handy snack. Here are my Top 5 cracker recipes, including plenty of nut-free options...
Kale Green Smoothie

Kale Green Smoothie

Kale is considered a “superfood” and a great addition to any healthy diet.  If you want to read up more detail about kale, try the Worlds Healthiest Foods article here. Kale is low in calories and high in fibre, iron, vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin A,...
Grain Free Lebanese Tabouli

Grain Free Lebanese Tabouli

Tabouli (also spelt Tabbouleh) is a traditional parsley salad with its origins in the Arab world.  There are various versions in most Arabic cultures, and it usually contains burghul, which is a variety/form of wheat or sometimes couscous (also from wheat).  This...
Zucchini Pasta

Zucchini Pasta

Making a “pasta” out of a vegetable spiralizer is a great way to add interest to a meal, especially if like me you really really miss the whole “Spaghetti Bolognaise” experience. The discovery of this awesome little kitchen gadget was so...
Amaranth Cracker/Crisp

Amaranth Cracker/Crisp

Amaranth is a seed that is highly nutritious and very high in protein.  Its a great addition to a grain-free diet.  Like all pseudograins, it is gluten free. Here is a great way of using it to make crackers or crisps, it’s a useful tasty portable snack, great...

Instant Quinoa Baby Cereal

This recipe needs a powerful/good quality grinder/food processor.  I use and love a thermomix. Step 1. Cook quinoa. In a thermomix its roughly 900g of water to about 100 to 200g of quinoa in the basket, 16 mins, speed 4, 100 deg. In a saucepan its double of amount of...