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Mega breakfast cookies
These are perfect either for a quick grab and go breakfast, or for a hearty afterschool snack. Ingredients 1 cup desiccated coconut 1 cup rolled oats 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 eggs 1/2 cup...

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Coconut pancakes
These pancakes are a fun treat for kids with a healthy twist. They are gluten free, dairy free, grain free and are sweetened naturally with banana. Perfect for a Sunday morning treat.  Ingredients ¼ cup coconut flour½ a medium banana, mashed⅓ cup dairy-free milk (coconut,...

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Breakfast scramble
Eggs are an easy, go-to staple for a grain-free meal. They provide a complete source of protein to keep your child full and satisfied all morning. The turmeric adds an abundance of health benefits including anti-inflammatory effects.  This breakfast could be whipped up in a...

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Super power smoothie
Loaded with vitamins and minerals, this smoothie is guaranteed to give your child the energy they need to start their day. It is also a great way to sneak in some extra greens into their diet.  Ingredients  1-2 cups of greens (spinach, kale)1 frozen banana 1...

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4 ingredient chia pudding
Chia pudding has gained a lot of popularity and can even be purchased at supermarkets, however, it is a lot easier, healthier and cheaper to make yourself! Chia pudding can be made in bulk and stored in the fridge for a few days of easy...

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Paleo porridge
This is the perfect alternative to oatmeal when you’re trying to reduce grains. This porridge is gluten free, dairy free, grain-free, and refined sugar free.  It is a quick, easy and filling breakfast to keep your child’s tummy full. Ingredients ¼ cup chopped mixed nuts...

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No-grain granola
This homemade granola is so delicious, easy to make, and healthy. It is packed full of healthy fats for growing children and a perfect snack or breakfast. Top it with yogurt and berries, or milk for a grain-free cereal.  You can halve the recipe for...

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DIY Peanut Butter
Nuts are a very nutritious food, but they are best when you prepare them in a traditional way.  They can put a strain on the digestive system otherwise.  The traditional way means soaking them first. Peanuts are actually a legume, so are a bit different...

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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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