Colourful fruits and vegetables are packed with vitamin A and pumpkin is one of them. Vitamin A is crucial for the growing child since it helps to strengthen their immune system and helps develop healthy vision.
I’ve named these joyful for a reason. They are so delicious and will bring a smile to the face. A simple recipe using almond flour, omega 3 rich hemp seeds and dairy-free chocolate. Sometimes it’s ok to indulge.
These muffins are super easy to make and make a delicious snack for both children and adults. Nutritionally, these muffins are gluten-free, a great source of protein and fiber and a source of iron. And of course, they are dairy free. What a bonus.
I believe that if we are to have breakfast (only eat when you are hungry, right?) then we must ensure it is a healthy and balanced breakfast.
I am not keen on cereals. I think they are causing more harm to the population than we want to admit (obesity, type 2 diabetes, pre-diabetes, high blood sugars, sugar cravings etc.).
It is not often I have breakfast but when I do, it’s always a well-balanced breakfast. Like this buckwheat granola.
Back home in Denmark, it’s all about ‘hygge’ (consciously creating the space to enjoy life) and it’s standard to enjoy some homebaked bread as part of a continental breakfast on the weekends.
Not only do these buns bring hygge to your weekend, but they are also super nutritious, dairy free and egg free.
Spelt is an ancient whole grain which I love to use in my baking. So why not make pancakes with spelt! These are dairy and soya free!
Sausage rolls are extremely popular as a party food (and everyday snack + addition to lunch) for both children and adults. Here in the UK they are generally made with puff pastry and back home in Denmark, they are made with ordinary white flour. I love both versions. However, I wouldn’t say they are particularly healthy.
I have therefore created a healthier version which still taste awesome despite being really realllyyyy healthy