Crispy Chicken Tenders Recipe

Gluten free, Dairy free, Sugar free This recipe is for a lazy afternoon, you know when you finally get around to watching the film you’ve meaning to watch and you just want to snack, eat with your fingers and dip. I’ve created this gluten free version so that I can just enjoy my food and not worry about any tummy bloating afterwards. I love to dip into creamy guacamole. Servings 2 (or just go for it and have the whole batch yourself!) Ingredients 2 organic chicken breasts ½ cup of buckwheat flour 3 tablespoons of desiccated coconut 1 heaped teaspoon... View Article

How To Cook Quinoa

If you are new to cooking quinoa you may find that it can sometimes end up a little bit soggy and tasteless, if so these simple steps should help you create the fluffy quinoa you’ve been dreaming of! Foolproof quinoa cooking step-by-step instructions As with all dried foods rinse the quinoa first using a very fine strainer until the water runs clear Measure out 1 cup of quinoa and place in large saucepan Measure out 2 cups of water and place in the pan with the quinoa Bring the water to boil Once water is boiled, turn down the heat... View Article

Easy To Make Healthy Chips and Potato Wedges

No need to feel deprived when eating a wholefoods diet – it’s all about the way you cook the foods you eat. I regularly eat sweet potato because they are a great complex carbohydrate that provide me with sustainable energy, fiber and nutrients but I do like to mix it up it a bit and have white potato and pumpkin as alternatives. Q. How can I cook chips healthily? A. Bake in the oven and use coconut oil. Here are 5 cooking directions for making some tasty and healthy homemade chips (or wedges!)  5 Ways Potato Chips All options serves 2... View Article