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Zucchini Fritters - Gluten Free

preparation and cooking -15mins
(serves 4)

2 whole zucchinis
3/4 cup gluten free self raising flour
1 egg
50g fat reduced fetta, crumbed
dash salt and pepper
1 tbsp coconut oil

Shred zucchini and place 1/2 cup into a paper towel to squeeze out additional water, continue with the rest of the zucchini.
Place zucchini into a medium sized bowl and add flour, whisked egg, fetta and salt and pepper. Combine with a spoon. Preheat a non stick fry pan over medium heat with a tablespoon of coconut oil -if needed.
Pace large tablespoon sized dollops on to the preheated pan and slightly flatten to a fritter.
Let cook for 5min each side until browned and serve immediately with a fresh garden salad.

Frozen Fruit Sorbet

Being on a special diet doesn't mean missing out on the treats or desserts!

This is so yummy and you can eat it guilt free! 

1. 1 cup of any frozen fruit like Banana, Mango, Berries
2. 3 Tsp. nut butter like peanuts, almond, hazelnuts or mixed nuts
3. Blend in a bullet mixer or blender until it becomes a soft serve.

If you like you can add almond or rice milk and cacao powder.

4. Serve immediately


Brown Rice Waffles

Gluten free, Dairy free, Egg Free & Yeast free.

Ideal for Breaky, Lunch or Dinner.
Also easy to freeze and toast. Simply

1. 3 cups of warm water and 1/2kg
brown rice flour, mix and set aside 
for 1h
2. 3/4 cup of sunflower seeds 
11/2 cup of brown cooked rice
1 1/2 tsp. salt
2 1/4 cup water
Blend to a paste in a Food 
3. Mix both mixture together and
Cook in a Waffle maker for 7 min.
per Waffle.
Add your favored toppings sweet or savory. This is a healthier choice then bread.

Enjoy this healthy safe, low Gi, protein rich food.

Chia Pudding

What's for Breakfast?
How about a High Protein, no Dairy, no Gluten, no Yeast, 
no Sugar ( if no fruit added )
snack, which can be enjoyed
any time of the day.

Chia Pudding:

3 Tbs Chia Seed
1 cup of Almond, Rice, Coconut milk, 
1 tsp. vanilla essence
Stevia to sweeten if desired

1. Soak Chia Seeds with milk 
2. Add vanilla essence, stevia
3. Stir with a folk regularly 
4. After 15min. Fill into jars and 
refrigerate. Can be kept for 
up to a week.
5. Serve with fruits and berries 
In season. Also nice with 
nuts and seeds and cocoa.


Coriander Pesto
Do you need to detox?
Maybe from heavy metals like mercury?

Coriander Pesto

( Can be done with Basil and Rocket also,
but for detox needs to be coriander )

2 cloves garlic
1/3 cup sunflower seeds (systeine )
1/3 cup Brazil nuts ( selenium )
1/3 cup Pumkin nuts ( zinc, magnesium )
2 cup fresh coriander ( Vit.A )
2/3 cup olive oil
4 Tblsp. lemon juice ( Vit.C )
1/2 tsp. hymalian salt 

Blend all, store in a glass jar in the fridge. Can be frozen.
Serve with vegetable sticks, crackers, pasta or on 
Consume 2 tsp. daily for three weeks once a year
for detox, especially heavy metal, mercury etc.
Red Capsicum with Walnuts
4 lg. red capsicum
1 sml. Red chilli ( optional )
4 garlic cloves 
50 gr. almond meal ( to thicken )
1 cup walnuts or other nuts, lightly toasted
2 Tsp. lemon juice
1 Tsp. molasses ( not on Candida diet, use Stevia few drops only, xylitol )
1 tsp. ground cumin

1. Skin the Capsicum by roasting them in the oven
2. Place the walnut in food processor and blend,
3. Add capsicum, chilli, garlic, lemon juice, molass, cumin and almond meal to thicken. Blend until smooth
4. Season with salt and pepper
Tip: Refrigerate over night to develop the flavors

Enjoy with fresh veggie sticks or crackers
Polenta Porridge
( one of my favourites )

4 cups Milk ( Almond, Goats, Reis )
1 cup Polenta ( cornmeal )
1/4 cup sugar ( stevia, xylitol, need only sml. amounts )
1. tsp. orange zest


Yoghurt ( Greek, Goat, Coconut or Cashew )
Maple syrup ( not when on Candida diet! Use vanilla essence )

1. Warm milk and stir in polenta, simmer, continually sir until cooked.
2. Add sweetener, orange zest
3. Top up with Berries and maple syrup

Enjoy it warm or cold for Breakfast or as a snack.
Quinoa Muesli
What's for Breakfast?
Have you tried Quinoa muesli?
I cooked two cups of quinoa, let it cool down, then I used half of it for my muesli just added:
grated apple,
nuts and seeds
Coconut yoghurt
almond, coconut milk.

and the other half, I used 
for Lunch as a chicken salad with, shredded chicken red ongions, garlic, 
mixed frozen vegetable, red capsicum, mayonnaise... absolutely delicious! 

Try it out and experiment, 
it is Gluten and Dairy free and high in protein.

And start living healthy TODAY

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