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Choc Chai LatteBy JordanIf you're not into coffee, yet want something as equally delicious, if not more - try this gorgeous recipe that infuses chai tea into coconut milk to give it a beautiful depth of flavour. We also add gelatin to this recipe so you can get all the health benefits from it + that's what makes this drink creamy and frothy when blended.
Mint & Lime Green SmoothyBy JordanSmoothies are a great way to get more greens into your diet, they are a quick and easy breakfast or snack option and can be made the night before so you don't have to rush as much in the morning or stress about what to eat while trying to run out the door.
Chicken & Lamb Broth with Garlic & HerbsBy JordanBroth is a must have staple in any kitchen, it can be used as the base for soups, stews, curry's, gravies and sauces + you can poach meat or eggs in it, cook your veggies in it and even drink it straight from a mug, just be sure to season it with salt, pepper, turmeric and lemon juice to boost the flavour and add extra nutrition to it.
Coconut Hot Chocolate with Cinnamon MarshmallowsBy JordanLooking for a healthy alternative to those processed pre-made powder hot chocolate mixes? Then you will love this, it's such a treat! Its completely made from wholefoods and is absolutely delicious!
Easy Almond MilkBy JordanIf you are dairy-free (by choice or necessity), making your own almond milk is a great way to save money and avoid the nasty ingredients that are added to most store bought almond milk versions. As a bonus, it will taste better, its super fresh and you can use the leftover almond pulp to make almond flour (just dehydrate it) or for use in recipes like pancakes, cookies, bliss balls, smoothies, chia puddings and more.
Cultured Berry & Beet JuiceBy JordanWhen you culture juices that are naturally high in sugar (think carrots, pineapple, apple, beetroot etc), the added culture eats the sugar contained and after time it cultures, or ferments the juice into a beautiful, refreshing drink that is teaming with beneficial bacteria. This drink will boost your immune system and begin to feed the good bacteria in the gut.
Lemon & Ginger TeaBy JordanAs we come closer to Winter it's important to support our immune system so it can fight off the nasty cold and flu season with ease. Ginger is a wonderful addition to any cup of tea as it's not only incredibly anti-inflammatory, it's also wonderful at relieving digestive discomfort and pain. Having warm or hot tea containing lemon aids the body to flush out toxins and helps to prevent the growth of pathogenic bacteria that causes infection and disease.
Choc Banana & Cinnamon SmoothieBy TessaSmoothies are a super easy way to get so much goodness into one glass. They are also so convenient for when you are short on time or for meals on the run.
Lemon and Thyme Chicken BrothBy TessaTry this nourishing Chicken Broth recipe with a homemade bread roll and plenty of butter, YUM! Also great for when your feeling unwell as its packed with all the goodies to help you get well quickly!
Vanilla & Macadamia Nut MilkBy TessaMaking your own homemade nut milks is so much more cost effective, sustainable and nourishing as it doesn't contain any dubious ingredients that can be harmful to your health.
Coconut Water KefirBy TessaWater kefir is a non-dairy kefir that is gaining in popularity. Many people start with this method of making kefir because it’s so easy and fun and they want a non-dairy option.The culture added contains good bacteria which eat the sugars out of the juice or coconut juice and create probiotics, plus they unlock additional vitamins and minerals. Water Kefir is a great replacement for store-bought soft drinks. In addition to the probiotics, the culture in the kefir eats away the sugar, so you don’t have to deal with the adverse effects of sugar that processed soft drinks often promotes, such as fluctuations in blood sugar and cravings for sugary sweet foods. And as a bonus to those of us who crave bubbly beverages, the kefir creates naturally occurring carbonation.
Ginger BeerBy TessaI don't know how to make beer, perhaps someone could send me a recipe using just 4 ingredients. But here is a great recipe for good old fashion ginger beer.
Chia Macadamia Nut MilkBy TessaThis month's recipe is Chia Milk. For a delicious smoothie blend 500g homemade chia milk, a splash of pure maple syrup to taste and 1 banana peeled, (or fruit of your choice) for 20 seconds on high speed. It's also important to soak the nuts overnight to remove phytates and enzyme inhibitors.
Rejuvelac – A fermented drinkBy TessaI'm not one to take pills and supplements, I'd rather get the nutrients from my food. Recently I was asked about Rejuvelac, which I'd not heard of. It sounded interesting so I looked it up and was absolutely excited about this home made fermented product that is a probiotic. I believe we should be eating more fermented foods and here is an easy way to start to help increase the good bacteria in the gut.
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