Ingredients BASE 1 cup raw brazil nuts 12 Medjool dates pitted 2 tablespoons almond paste 1 teaspoon cinnamon pinch of salt 2 tablespoons raw Cacao TOPPING 1 cup raw cashews 2 cups mixed berries (frozen if fine) 2 tablespoons of pure maple syrup 2 tablespoons of coconut oil ½ teaspoon pure vanilla Instructions Mix […]
Ingredients 1 cup rolled oats (or if want to make gluten free, can replace with quinoa flakes) 1.5cups raw mixed nuts 1.5 cups puffed quinoa 1/2 cup goji berries 1/4 cup cranberries 1 tablespoon mesquite powder 1/4 cup chia seeds 1 teaspoon cinnamon 2 table spoons coconut oil 1 tablespoon of honey Instructions Blitz the oats and […]
Banana and Strawberry Low Fat Milk Freezie 1 medium banana 10 medium strawberries (frozen) 1 cup low fat milk Instructions Blend ingredients together. Makes one serve. Nutritional Analysis for One Serve Energy 995kj (238 cal) Carbohydrate 37g Protein 13g Fat 3.4g Calcium 294mg Dietary Fibre 4g Sodium 103mg Banana Low Fat Smoothie 1 Medium Banana […]
Picture for Blake Tooth. Me drinking with another Waikerian and someone I admire for their sporting achievements, Mark Riccuito. Ingredients 2 cups low fat soy milk (or use other milk e.g. cow’s, lactose free milk etc.) 1 cup frozen mixed berries 1 Tbsp Mesquite Powder 1 Tbsp Cocoa Nibs Instructions Blend ingredients together and there […]
Ingredients 400ml coconut milk 1/4 cup chia seeds Splash of vanilla 1 Tablespoon honey Instructions Mix ingredients together. Put in glasses and refrigerate for at least 2 hours. Sally’s Tips I prefer to leave it overnight to set but just give it a mix a few hours after being in the fridge Melt the honey first […]
Sue Coad is a long term and valued client of Nutrition Strategies. She will be sharing a series of recipes that she has constructed over time in relation to some of her food intolerances. Sue manages with her natural food chemical intolerances such as salicylates, glutamates, amines, food colourings and additives and also affected by […]
Good one for rehydrating and re-fueling after tough workout. You can add 1 x small tub (200g) low fat yoghurt to this meal or snack and it will then get you 20g of high quality protein and would be a good one to use after a weights session for your recovery.
One of my favourite brekkies. Good one to help re-fuel your muscle glycogen stores after tough workouts and its yummo!
This is a recipe you may like to trial during long sessions. Good option to have if flavour fatigue is an issue.