If you’re peckish, you’re a tad hungry (not starving, but hungry enough to poke around the kitchen cabinets).
Hungry, lazy and have a sweet tooth? Three ingredients will make your day! Here you go… 3 eggs 2 bananas Blend well in a blender until frothy texture. Fry in a non-stick pan with a bit of coconut butter. Add what you like, for example cheese, honey and bacon! Total calories Protein Carbs … Continue reading Banana Flapjacks
If I could, I would eat these 25/8 – literally. These bars are gorgeous and ridiculously easy to make. Here you go! 1 block of dates, chop them into 1 cm small blocks ½ cup of nuts (cashews, almonds or walnuts). Crush with a mortar and pestle to desired size 3 table spoons of cacao … Continue reading Dates & Cashew bars
Design your own gluten-free East Eggs. Quick, easy and great taste. Vegan and easy to make The Nucleus ½ cup buckwheat ½ cup peanut butter (or any nut butter) 1/3 cup honey Pinch of salt ½ cup coconut cream Optional 10 drops of stevia. Coating ½ cup cooking chocolate 1 teaspoon coconut oil The Nucleus … Continue reading Peanut Butter Eggs
A lazy and quick snack! Some days you want something quick and healthy with still the bang of great nutrition. Right? Me too, and I love anything that goes quick. Take a apple of your choice, slice into desired thickness (e.g. I prefer them to be about 5mm thick), spread your Nutt-Butter of your choice. … Continue reading Apple Walnut Snack
Here is version I used for my snacks, but the original recipe is all by Arman. Mix DRY in a bowl 4 tablespoon sifted coconut flour 1 tablespoon protein cocoa powder 1 teaspoon xylitol Pinch sea salt Add WETS to the bowl of dry ingredients 1 tablespoon nut butter of choice (I used macadamia butter) 1/4-1/2 cup … Continue reading PROTEIN BALLS by TheBigMansWorld
What to feed your loved ones when a flue got them down? Cinnamon banana pan cakes please! MIX THE DRY IN A BOWL 1 ¼ cup of high quality gluten free all purpose flour (should contain xanthan gum already) 1 teaspoon of salt 2 flat table spoons of fine cinnamon (or more if you like) … Continue reading Banana Pancakes
At last, a recipe with chickpea flour that I enjoy. I recommend you try this easy cracker recipe from @powerhungrycamilla! Thumbs up from my side (& my taste buds). I find it hard to copy a recipe exactly the way it is, as I try to adjust the recipe to my personal dietary requirements, however … Continue reading Chickpea Crackers