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…
In the winter is nice with a warming hot drink. This is a very filling shake and can be used as a snack or an evening drink.
Portions: 1 very large cup or 2 normal size ones. 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.
Apricots and oranges make this dish a little sweet.
An exciting dish with many taste sensations. It is perfect for deep freezing and use as a healthy tv-dinner.
Serve the pot with rice or bulgur and top it with the orange.
There is actually just banana, egg and cinnamon in this recipe. Super quick, super simple and super nice.
The cinnamon can be left out or replaced with cardamon or vanilla extract.
2 portions, or 4 small pancakes. Read the rest of the recipe…
Porridge is both yummy and healthy. With the right sort of topping it will be even tastier and more healthy. The porridge on the picture is topped with cottage cheese (for added protein) and a really ripe and sweet banana.
Firstly, mix in a spoon or two of our Perfect antioxidant keep your tummy fine mix to ensure you get enough fibers and antioxidants. Read the rest of the recipe…
This salad is really crisp and fresh. The fresh herbs lift the flavour and the almond gives it a little more substance.
This salad works well as a side dish to Cilantro spiced carrot patties and preferably with a bit of Hummus.
This is typical LCHF egg bread, with few carbohydrates. It is crunchy and the cinnamon will hide the egg flavour and the omelette feeling.
As egg breads go, it’s fine, even though I prefer real bread.
Cooking time: 50 minutes, 5 minute mixing, 30 minute waiting and 15 minutes frying. Read the rest of the recipe…
Pot barley is the unrefined, whole grain of barley, as opposed to pearl barley, where the barley’s bran covering has been removed. Barley is used in traditional Scandinavian meat dishes as filler in sausages and haggis. Barley can be boiled and used instead of rice. Pot barley was used for Christmas porridge before the rice pudding was introduced. The pot barley porridge gives a real Christmas feeling with the cinnamon and soft warmth.
The porridge is best eaten the same day it’s cooked, but it will keep in the fridge for a day or two.