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Grain-free Kosher for Pesach Muesli

Everyone struggles with breakfast during Pesach. Usual go-tos include matzah, egg matzah and the kosher for Pesach, high in sugar, Crispy-O’S . Many seem to struggle when it comes to eating a healthy breakfast on Pesach. This truly should not be the case as there are many healthier breakfast options to chose from, that are very easy to prepare. It is also important to remember that...

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Quinoa, Apple and Cinnamon Porridge

When I travelled in South America, all they served for breakfast was apple and quinoa porridge. They mostly make it with a runnier consistency, where people can choose to drink it as a drink. In South America quinoa is regarded as the grain to be eating. I always harp on about quinoa, but it truly is a fantastic option for both savoury meals as well as...

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No-Bake Cocoa Macaroons

The only thing to say about these macaroons is that they are simply delicious. The coconuty , cocoa flavour really hits the sweet spot. What a great option for a healthy, dessert. Cocoa is rich in polyphenols, a natural anti-oxidant, providing an array of health benefits to the body. Ingredients (makes 15 macaroons) 1 banana 5 tablespoons raw cocoa powder 1½ cup shredded coconut 1 tablespoon chopped almonds ½ teaspoon salt 2 tabelspoons...

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Chicken, Zucchini Noodles with Basil, Mint Pesto

Using zucchini noodles as a starch alternative is a great idea. In this recipe I have included many nourishing ingredients. Cooked tomatoes contain the bioactive lycopene, a strong anti-oxidant promoting compound which helps reduce cancer risk, especially prostate. The asparagus is filled with prebiotics, which help to feed all the good bacteria in your gut, while the broccoli stems increase the fibre, folate and sulforaphane content of the...

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Almond, Apple & Cinnamon Muffins

The perfect snack or breakfast for you this Pesach! These muffins are not only kosher for Pesach, but they are gluten-free, low in carbohydrates and simple to make. Apples contain pectin, a natural fibre found in the skin and pulp, which is beneficial for gut health and has cholesterol-lowering effects. They also have a low glycaemic index, due to their high fibre content, which means this fruit...

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