Turkey Courgette patties with Broccoli & beans

Turkey Courgette patties with Broccoli & beans Patties500g (1 lbs. 1.6 oz.) lean turkey mince1 large zucchini, grated (option: fresh spinach or baby kale, chopped)2 onions, thinly chopped1 whole egg1/2 tbsp. fresh rosemary, chopped1 clove garlic, minced1 tsp. pink Himalayan salt1/2 tsp. ground black pepper1/2 tsp. cayenne pepperTo serve2/3 cup brown rice, uncooked400g (14.1 oz.) broccoli, steamed200g green runner beans (trimmed) Cook the brown rice according to packet instructions.Meanwhile, combine all the ingredients for the patties in a bowl.When well combined shape the mixture into 8 patties. Set aside.Heat 1 tablespoon of coconut oil in large frying pan over medium-high heat.Cook the patties until golden brown, about 6-7 minutes per side.While the patties are cooking, steam or boil the broccoli and green runner beans.Place one serve of the turkey patties on a plate and serve with the steamed broccoli and brown rice. Place the leftovers in the fridge and use during the week.
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Coriander garlic and lime prawns

Coriander garlic and lime prawns 3/4 cup (15g/0.5 oz.) coriander (cilantro) leaves2 tbsp. (30 ml/1 fl. oz.) extra virgin coconut oil1 clove garlic, finely chopped1 small red chilli, deseeded, thinly sliced1 lime, juiced250g (8.8 oz.) prawns (shrimp), peeled and deveined1 large zucchini, julienned1 handful of rocket (arugula) leaves1/2 avocado, peeled, diced1 gluten-free wrap per serveFresh limes, to serve Finely chop the fresh coriander and then add to bowl with the coconut oil, garlic, chilli and most of the lime juice. Note: leave some of the coriander and lime to serve.Add the prawns and ensure that they are covered with the marinade.Place the bowl in the refrigerator and let marinade for at least 3 minutes.Meanwhile, prepare the rice and salad.Place the zucchini, coriander, rocket and avocado in a bowl.Add the remaining lime juice. Season with salt and pepper and set aside.Preheat a frying pan on medium to high heat.Cook the prawns for a few minutes on each side, until cooked through.Place a wrap on a plate.Add the prawns and the salad.Squeeze some fresh lime over and enjoy! Use leftover prawns and salad for lunch the next day. Top up with more vegetables if needed.
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Tempeh balls in tomato sauce

Tempeh balls in tomato sauce 400g (14.1 oz.) tempeh2 tbsp. coconut aminos (option: gluten free soy sauce like Tamari)2 tbsp. water1 tsp. ground cumin2 onions, chopped2 tbsp. (30 ml/1 fl. oz.) extra virgin coconut oil200g (7.1 oz.) tomato paste1 tbsp. (15 ml/0.5 fl. oz.) white wine vinegarPink Himalayan salt and pepper, to taste2tbsp coconut aminos (or liquid aminos) or option Heat up a fry pan on medium heat.Add the water and coconut aminos before adding the tempeh.cook the tempeh for about 4 minutes on each side.Drain and cool.Place the tempeh in a food processor and mix until smooth.Place the tempeh in a bowl and add the spices.Mix well and then shape into balls.Heat up a frying pan with some oil. Add onions and sauté until tender.Add the tempeh balls to the pan and cook for about 3 minutes.Add tomato paste and water to the skillet just enough to cover the balls.Add the vinegarBring to a boil and then let simmer for about 15 minutes. The recipe makes 4 serves. Bring one serve as a snack one day and place two serves in the freezer to use week 4 or when time poor.
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Black Forest Gateau Anytime Smoothie


So, my goddesses have been looking for a sexy and yummy way to make their smoothie’s something to look forward to and this recipe will deliver on both taste and health benefits… Enjoy this smoothie post workout, before bed, at breakfast or heck, just about anytime of day! Dark cherries are great for moontime issues as they are known to help you sleep and stay asleep which can make this time of month easier. Cherries, which are members of the same fruit family as peaches, plums, apricots, and almonds, are often regarded as a “dessert” fruit for use in pies, or perhaps as a garnish for cocktails (the maraschino cherry). But cherries have a healthy side too, one that may actually offer therapeutic benefits to your health, as cherries are rich in antioxidants and many other health-promoting compounds. There are two primary varieties of cherries you should know about: sweet and tart (also known as sour cherries). Sweet cherries, such as Bing cherries, are best eaten fresh (and raw), while sour cherries develop a fuller flavor when they’re used in cooking (which is why they’re often used for baking). Tart cherries are also used to make juice concentrates that may…

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5 Alternatives to Toast for Breakfast

White carbs are just not good for you.  At all. And most wholewheat carbs contain gluten and it is just not good for you either. Let me share with you WHY. The main reason to avoid white foods is chlorine dioxide which is just one of the chemicals used to bleach flour (even if later made brown again which is a common trick), combines with residual protein in most of these foods to form alloxan. Researches use alloxan in lab rats to induce diabetes. That’s right… to induce diabetes! This is the bad news if you eat anything white or enriched. So don’t eat the white stuff if you want to get larger! One of the greatest things you can do for your health is to go gluten-free. Wheat wreaks havoc on your internal system, igniting disease-causing inflammation and stopping up your gut, so it can’t digest properly. No matter how much you like pasta, pastries, cookies, or pizza, I’d encourage you to seriously consider going gluten-free. Your body will thank you. By now, most people know that gluten is causing a great deal of trouble for many people who are either living with Celiac disease or have a sensitivity…

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