Children's Health, Children's Nutrition, Family Wellbeing, Omega Rich, Recipes, Vegan Recipes

Chocolate Quinoa Cake

To convert this recipe from cupsThere are 229.92 grams per one cup. That is approximately 28 grams per ounce. Ingredients Cake Ingredients:2 cups cooked quinoa loosely packed1/3 cup milk4 eggs -NB Vegan option below *Vegan option -to make a flax egg, you need to whisk together 1 tbsp of flax meal and 2-3 tbsp of water per egg substitution - so for this… Continue reading Chocolate Quinoa Cake

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Wild Garlic and Cougette Gardeneira

Nourished Naturally Wild Garlic Gardineria This recipe is carluccio inspired. I loved this when I had it in the 80's when I ate out, it was mostly Carluccios I ate at being vegetarian. I gave up white pasta as it has never agreed with me and I found myself bloated and uncomfortable. These days, when… Continue reading Wild Garlic and Cougette Gardeneira

Balancing Disrupted Hormones, Family Wellbeing, Nourishing familes, Recipes, Uncategorized, Vegetarian Dishes

Nourishing Families: Easy Vegetarian Recipes

Nourished Families with : Superfood Cabbage Veggie Cottage  Pie-  (For a Fish or  Vegan Options see below) This recipe takes about 15 mins to prep and 30 mins in oven to bake. 1/2 Cabbage and 2 Red peppers 2 fresh tomatoes Boullion powder 1tsp 1-2 tsp nigella seeds 1 tsp turmeric 5 cloves garlic Optional… Continue reading Nourishing Families: Easy Vegetarian Recipes

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Pumpkin Seed Pops

Recipe Created for Red Tent : Gathering Women's Event September 2018: Pumpkin Seed Chocolate Pops: download Recipe. Pumpkin Seeds are amazing for so many nutrients. My favourite reason for making these part of my staple food is for theres Omega Rich fats and high Magnesium  value.  Not only are they easier to assimilate once soaked… Continue reading Pumpkin Seed Pops

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Ricotta Fritters

An Easy and Quick Brunch Idea I bought the Ricotta at a local market so it was very fresh during my holiday in Italy.  I had one for breakfast-  couldn’t resist!  Then later with salad for my lunch,  the masala gives it a very subtle hue of spice and I think complements the recipe very… Continue reading Ricotta Fritters