My Recipes

My Recipes
Fantastic Veggie frittersBy JanellaGF DF VG V NF I make these or a variation of these a couple of times a week. They are super-yummy, quick to prepare, highly nutritious and freeze well. Everyone loves them and they are especially great in kids’ lunchboxes – or yours. Use whatever veggies or legume you like. Make double or triple the amount and freeze the fritters for up to three months.
One-Egg OmeletteBy JanellaGF V SF NF I’ve included many variations here, as there’s just so much you can do with this crepe-like omelette. Once you make this, you’ll wonder why you haven’t before. I find this is the easiest way to digest eggs. I have doubled the recipe to make two omelettes and filled these with the potato, saffron and quark variation below.
Super Natural Bircher MuesliBy JanellaGF DF VG V SF I love to recommend this gluten- and dairy-free Bircher muesli to my clients as it has everything in one bowl, it’s quick to prepare in the morning and it is so easy to digest. To keep it raw, use raw nuts and pepitas instead of my recommended toasted, or leave them out altogether. Make lots, as it will last for about a week in the fridge.
Chia Breakfast PuddingsBy JanellaDF VG V SF R What did we do for so long without chia seeds? Certainly we didn’t have access to such a great plant source of calcium, omega 3 oils or protein, and I don’t think we smiled as much at breakfast (or dessert). Double or triple this recipe so you can enjoy one of these delightful puddings for breakfast on the go, or whenever you have a little sweet craving that needs satisfying. I’ve used mason jars here.
Chia & berry jamBy JanellaThis yummy spread contains loads of antioxidants, protein, vitamin A and omega 3, and it's raw, gluten and dairy free and vegan. Perfecto!
Kale, ‪Hemp‬ and Flax Oil PestoBy JanellaA raw, vegan, nut- free, super natural pesto. If you don't have hemp seeds then you can use sunflower seeds, or any nut like walnut, macadamia's, almond or pistachio's. And you can use olive, walnut or macadamia oil instead of the flax oil.
Clear Skin Green SmoothieBy JanellaThe mandarin — being an orange fruit — is full of vitamin A so its wonderful for great skin and immunity. Broccoli is a great liver food and helps to detox your body, contributing to lovely skin. The kale and blueberries are top of the antioxidant chart, so they'll help to reduce toxins in your body. The hemp seeds are a great source of omega 3 fatty acids and will help keep your skin moist. And the coconut water, of course, will keep your skin hydrated.
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