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Pecan chicken schnitzel
Kids love 'crumbed' meats, but you can use lots of things other than bread for the crumbs.  If you are avoiding grains, and want to get more healthy fats into your kids, you can use seeds or nuts instead of breadcrumbs. Ingredients 750g organic chicken...

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Homemade almond milk
As you might have read in my post about almond milk, the best one is the one you make yourself.  It doesn't keep for a very long time in the fridge, but that is because it is a natural product - no additives and no...

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Carrot and ginger soup
Carrots are great for eliminating toxins from the digestive tract, and ginger is anti-fungal.  The oil that is used is coconut oil, which also has anti-fungal properties. Ingredients 2 tablespoons coconut oil 1 brown onion, finely chopped 5cm piece ginger, peeled, finely chopped 2 garlic...

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Kid’s turmeric latte
I am always really impressed by my clients, but especially if they push their kids outside their comfort zone with something completely different.  The results can be very impressive!  One example is Turmeric latte.  Turmeric is anti-inflammatory and really healing to the gut, so an...

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Peanut bliss balls (tree nut free!)
If your child is allergic to nuts, it rules out lots of normal bliss ball recipes.  These balls are made with sunflower seeds instead of tree nuts, but still taste great! Ingredients 250g sunflower seeds 25g raw cacao 270g medjool dates 150g natural peanut butter...

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Quick Tomato Ketchup
Commercial tomato ketchup is laden with sugar, and most people don't even realise it! Try making this homemade version instead.  It has some honey in it, but no refined sugar. Ingredients 170g tomato paste 2/3 cup apple cider vinegar 1/3 cup water 3 tablespoons raw...

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Parsnip & apple soup
Parsnips are a great source of magnesium, and this slightly sweet soup is great way to get your kids eating soup.  Once your kids will eat soup, getting the gut healing chicken stock into them becomes a breeze!  My mum always made this soup for...

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Berry Sundae
This can be made with regular cows milk yoghurt, or coconut yoghurt if you prefer Serves 2 Ingredients 150g strawberries 2 tsp raw honey 1 tsp vanilla bean paste 200g natural yoghurt 175g cherries / blueberries / raspberries 40g chopped hazelnuts Method Put strawberries in...

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Chocolate milkshake
A healthy twist on an old favourite!  Enjoy for breakfast or a snack Serve 2 Ingredients 1 handful baby spinach leaves 1 handful frozen raspberries 1 cup almond milk 2 cups filtered water 1 tablespoon chia seeds 1 tablespoon cacao powder or cacao nibs for...

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