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- Healthier low sugar dairy free buttercream
Video is in my bio 😀
- Craving this silky delicious smoothie right now:
2 frozen bananas
1 tbsp cashew nuts
1/2 tsp butterfly pea flower powder
1 cup hemp milk
Blend all ingredients until smooth.
Pour in a bowl.
Add any toppings.
I used frozen blackberries, rambutans, crushed pistachios, chia pudding, sliced almonds and berry cream hearts 💓
Enjoy your Day!
- Swipe ➡️ to see these cheeky little toppings on my crumpets 🤪
- А как вам картошка вместо очередного торта, неожиданно?)) Давненько у нас не было сытных рецептов на обед для всей семьи. Тем более, что сейчас пост, а этот картофель - постное и очень-очень вкусное блюдо 😋Благодаря особому способу приготовления, картошка получается чрезвычайно нежной внутри, как будто начинка из пюре. А снаружи - тонкая, слегка зажаренная корочка с восхитительным вкусом трав и специй: ароматом прованских трав, копченым вкусом паприки и остринкой черного перца. 🥔🌶😋 Картофель хорош и как гарнир, и как самостоятельное блюдо. Можно также дополнить её свежим салатом 🌱🥒🥬🥦 Посмотрите на эти золотистые дольки, горячие, только из печки... Вы не остановитесь, пока не съедите всё целиком 😉
#рецепт #картошка #запеченныйкартофель #второе #гарнир #пост #постныйрецепт #картофельайдахо #готовимдома #ужин #bakedpotato #вкусноинедорого #veganfoodshare #veganfoodie #plantstrong #instavegan #dairyfree #beautifulcuisines #plantbaseddiet #potato #wedges #bakedwedges #paprika #vegansides #seasonedwedges #tastysaturday_рецепт
- I arrived in Australia yesterday, and I will spend the next month traveling around the country. Sydney has been really interesting so far because I feel like it it such a mix of Europe and the United States. I’m excited to travel around this country, and try all of the amazing vegan food that Australia has to offer 🇦🇺
- Quinoa and Pecan Falafels with Minted Coconut Yoghurt ... I'm totally coconut yoghurt obsessed this week 💚🍴⠀⠀
It can be difficult ensuring you are getting enough protein when adhering to a low-FODMAP vegan diet. I've dedicated a whole post to just this topic if you head over to www.thefodmapfriendlyvegan.com > BLOG 💻⠀⠀
This dish is a family favourite. Falafels are a great way to use any leftover beans and grains to create a delicious, high protein snack or meal. They are one of the few dishes that I use canned beans to make, as I just can't get my dried beans soggy enough to make them the consistency I like ( #fussyeaterandnotevenashamed) 😂👍.⠀⠀
The types of food processing that we have found have the most dramatic effect on FODMAP content of food is 'canning'. For example, for canned legumes (lentils and chickpeas) the water-soluble FODMAPs (GOS) 'leach out' of the legume into the brine mixture. Ensure that you discard the brine and wash the legumes before use.😷 ⠀⠀
Anywho back to these lentils ... they are SO versatile – enjoy them by themselves as snacks, or serve with this delicious minted coconut yoghurt dressing and a simple garden salad or steamed veggies to create a filling main meal. You can also experiment with different grains, beans (stick to well-soaked chickpeas or lentils), nuts, spices and herbs to create a range of flavours and textures. Keep these stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days. My favourite part!!! Yay for lazy leftovers right?! 🙋⠀⠀
The full recipe for this dish (one of my tummy's favourites!) can be found in The FODMAP Friendly Vegan eBook .. available for sale at www.thefodmapfriednlyvegan.com << lots of yummy vegan, low FODMAP, gluten, dairy & refined sugar free recipes + heaps of resources (equipment, exercise, supplements, shopping, high/low FODMAP guides) 📔 ⠀⠀
Hope this coming week is magical for you lovelies! 😘😘
- Happy weekend guys! I’m taking it easy and planning to remake this cherry cheesecake today🍒 if you fancy it too, here’s the recipe:
1/2 cup pecans
1/2 cup hazelnuts
1/2 desiccated coconut
1/2 softened and pitted dates
1 tablespoon coconut oil
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Pinch of sea salt 🍒
Add all your ingredients to your food processor and blend until you are left with a doughy consistency. Press into your springform tin and freeze as your prepare the filling. 🍒
1 cup soaked cashews (soaked for four hours and then rinsed and drained)
125gms of natural coconut yoghurt ( I used @coyo_uk ) or coconut mylk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 tablespoons coconut oil
4 tablespoons maple syrup 🍒
Combine all your ingredients together in your blender and blend til smooth. It should be creamy. Pour your filling over the base and freeze 🍒
1 cup frozen cherries
1/2 cup water
2 tablespoons tapioca starch
1 tablespoon coconut sugar / maple syrup
In a thick bottom saucepan add your cherries, and water. Bring to the boil. Add your tapioca starch and sugar and reduce to simmer. Once it’s thickened up, remove from heat and cool down completely before pouring over your cheesecake. Return the cake to the freezer for at least four hours or overnight. Allow to defrost for 20 minutes before slicing. #cake #rawcake #dessert #chocolate #darlingweekend #treat #cheesecake #lovefood #plantbased #plantstrong #healthychoices #postworkout #treatyoself #foodpics #eatclean #dessertforbreakfast #picoftheday #rawvegan #vegansofig #kaylaitsines #beautifulcuisines #birthdaycake #thefitfabfoodie
- My youngest turned 7 today .. proud mother, my boys complete me 🥰
Happy birthday baby MAS 💖
- Chickpeas aka Garbanzo Beans are nutrient rich and offer a good variety of vitamins and minerals that promote heart and brain health. A high source of complex carbohydrates and protein, chickpeas provide an excellent source of sustained energy to fuel the body and promote the immune system. Chickpeas will keep you well nourished and satisfied.
Chickpeas, as most plant foods are high in fiber. Studies have shown that people with type 1 diabetes who consume high fiber diets have lower blood glucose levels. As for people with type 2, high fiber intake could improve blood sugar, lipid and insulin levels.
▪︎ Chickpeas contain iron, phosphate, magnesium, calcium, manganese, zinc and vitamin K which all contribute to good bone health.
As we mentioned above, they are also beneficial for heart health because of the high fiber, potassium, vitamin C and vitamin B6 contained in chickpeas.
Selenium can be found in chickpeas, it helps the enzymes of the liver to function properly. In addition it prevents inflammation and decreases tumor growth rates. ▪︎
Based on a single serving of 90g (cooked), you will get:
125 Calories, made up of 6.3g of Proteins, 14.5g of Net Carbs (excluding fiber), 5.8g of Fiber and 2.5g of Fat.
Our favourite way of consuming chickpeas is by making humus at home. Let us know in the comments below if you want to see the recipes.
Next, we will be covering Black Beans. Make sure to follow us and turn on the post notifications so you don't miss out. ✌🏻
📸 Photo by @foodfreakngp ▪︎
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- Tag a friend who would relate ✌️
- My favourite hydration fruit..... my lunch only consists of it... daily.... so tasty.... irresistible.... and you should ask yourself why are you not still vegan?
- A bit of handstand progress from the past week (:
- Where to buy plants online.... #buyplants #buyplantsonline #plantstagram
Here’s my browsing list 🤗😂👌🏼🌿 https://www.australianplantsonline.com.au/
https://chadwicknursery.shop/ (Brisbane & Logan only)
- A quick (cheat’s 😬) version of imam bayildi - baby aubergines pan-cooked with tomatoes, cumin and chilli - with tuna steak and sautéed kale 🥬
- Super simple, super quick dinner tonight. Just me and the little guy (who later fell asleep in my arms hanging out, looking at photos, listening to music .. 💗 💗) and when it’s just us two I feel like super simple works 👌🏼 / 🍽 on the plate: :leftover rice thrown in a cast iron pan with frozen peas, frozen corn and frozen mango. Added tamari and nothing else. /felt like a little guilty pleasure so threw some frozen fries in the oven (freezer got a good workout tonight) Once they had about 10 or so mins left to bake I turned on the cast iron pan and heated through the rice, mango & veg. / 🥒 pulled out cut up cukes from the fridge. I love having veg I’ve pre-cut on hand / ✅ that’s it. I felt somewhat wholesome and somewhat fast food-ish. But vegan cooking really does not need to be complicated nor time consuming, unless you want it be of course. I have those days too. / ✌🏼 💗 🌏