Red Smoothie

April 5, 2017
Red Smoothie
Serves 1
Prep time
10m

This is bright red smoothie is as appealing to the eye as it is to the soul. The acai berry powder is an energy booster and natural antioxidant, which does wonders and keeps you alive and kicking for the entire day.

This can be served as breakfast or as a snack at anytime of the day.

Brought to you by www.kitchentherapy.in

Rye Bread

April 5, 2017
Serves 6
Equipment
Oven
Cook Time
40m

This rye bread uses equal amounts of light rye flour and white flour. However you can change the proportions as per your own liking. The dough is sticky and does not require much kneading. It is a great start towards to baking bread for the non-experienced.

It is also the first step towards moving to healthier ingredients and shifting from commercial wheat flour to more healthy and nutritious flours for baking.

This recipe is brought to you courtesy www.kitchentherapy.in

Gluten free Cookies

March 19, 2017
Serves 18 - 20 cookies
Equipment
Oven
Prep time
10m
Cook Time
10m

Whether you have a food intolerance such as celiac disease, or you’ve decided to cut gluten from your diet in order to live a healthier life like those who follow the paleo diet, everyone deserves a tasty cookie now and again!

This gluten free, low sugar cookie recipe shows that being free from traditional ingredients doesn’t mean free from flavor! These cookies are delicious and super healthy.

They sub in coconut sugar instead of refined sugar meaning they are lower in GI than those using traditional sweeteners and they use peanut butter rather than margarine, so they are packed with healthy fats. Also, they have an excellent 3.5 grams of protein per cookie, making them the perfect post workout treat!

Moreover, as these cookies are dairy free and paleo friendly, no matter what diet you follow, these are a little bit of sweetness that everyone can enjoy.

This recipe was brought to you courtesy www.healthambition.com

Buckwheat Granola

March 9, 2016

A nutritious on-the-go snack that is very simple & easy to prepare. A crispy granola that you must check out.

Buckwheat is no wheat – its a seed! And combined with other nuts and seeds (and the goodness of bananas), it makes for a nutrient rich preparation. Totally Superfood!

 

2 cups raw buckwheat groats

1.5 cups mixed seeds and nuts (here we have used pumpkin seeds and almond slivers)

1 cup coconut grated

2 teaspoon cinnamon powder

2 teaspoon ginger powder

1 ripe banana

2 tablespoons olive oil

2 tablespoons black jaggery (melted in water to pouring consistency)