French toast, gyspy toast or eggy bread. Whatever you call them they taste great! They make a good sturdy breakfast or a filling snack. Some add sugar in the mix, but it’s not necessary. Read the rest of the recipe…
Biscuits do not have to be loaded with sugar and unhealthy fat. They can taste good anyway. They are quite rich in fiber and are spiced with a big measure of ginger. They are not very sweet, so if you have a sweet tooth you can add a teaspoon of syrup or honey. If you don’t like ginger you can reduce the amount, or leave it out all together. If you love ginger, use fresh, it’s much nicer than dried. Raisins can be swapped for any other dried fruit. The biscuits are great energisers if you are going for a hike.
Cooking time: 30 minutes, including a paus.
A nice bread for those eating a little less flour and gluten. The seasoning gives nice flavouring and the sunflower seeds good chewing.
Cooking time: 5 minutes mixing, 15 minutes swelling and 40 minutes baking. Read the rest of the recipe…
Chia seeds are considered to be very healthy seeds, tehy contain protein, omega 3 and iron. If you have read the bare feet runners’ book “Born to run” then you’ll know it’s these seeds they eat between runs and that are the Tarahumara people’s superfood.
A little intro what is special with this dish.
The soy milk can be replaced by almond milk or any other milk.
Cooking time: 1 hour. 5 minutes preparation and 55 minutes gelling. Read the rest of the recipe…
After exercising or if the lunch was too light a protein rich smoothie is a good afternoon snack. The fruit contains vitamins and carbohydrates and the quark – or curd cheese – contains plenty of protein helping your body to recover quickly. The smoothie can be varied by replacing the raspberries and apple with for example blueberries and banana or any other fruit.