Desert Recipes that won’t kill you
These moorish muffins are sure to be a winner with the whole family. These muffins contain no sugar or butter, only healthy olive oil and sweetened with fresh fruit and honey. 1 cup (120 g/41/4 oz) wholemeal flour 1 cup (120 g/41/4 oz) spelt flour 1 table
Bananas are one of the best sources of potassium (needed for maintaining normal heart function), B vitamins and energy giving complex carbohydrates. Blueberries are one of the best sources of antioxidants, which are important for fighting free radical dam
This dessert is an excellent source of energy giving complex carbohydrates, protein and calcium. Raspberries give this dessert an extra antioxidant boost. 2 cups cooked jasmine or basmati rice 2 1/2 cups (625 ml/213/4 fl oz) low-fat milk 3 tablespoons raw
This scrumptious winter dessert is a great way of increasing your child’s fruit and fibre intake. Delicious served with homemade custard and ice cream, or a spoonful of yoghurt. 8 pear halves, diced (fresh or tinned in natural juice) 1 cup (150 g/51
Packed with goodness these delicious creamy ice creams make a healthy treat for after school or dessert. Flesh from one drinking coconut 1 ½ cups rice milk 2 teaspoons LSA (ground linseeds, sunflower seeds and almonds) or flaxseed oil 2 teaspoons r
These creamy ice creams will supply your kids with protein, calcium and vitamin C. Yoghurt is rich in beneficial live bacteria, important for boosting your child’s immunity and digestive health. 1 cup (250 g/9 oz) strawberry yoghurt 1 cup (250 ml/9
Oranges with Culture Recipe 1. Serve a big bowl of organic oranges on the table with a side bowl for the peel and a side bowl or napkins for the soon to be sticky hands. 2. Everyone to peel and slice the amount of oranges they desire into their own bowl.