Protein bread with plenty of seeds

Protein bread with seedsThis bread is called protein bread because it has a bit of extra protein – egg and quark. Bread usually contains between 7-12 g of protein per 100 g. This bread contains 14 g of protein per 100 g. One bread contain around 21 g of protein. Healthy seeds also give the bread some chewing substance.
The bread is best eaten freshly baked. Since they contain quite a lot of protein they are a good supplement to a meal lacking in protein, such as a vegetable soup.
4 large breads. Cooking time: 25 minutes, including 15 minutes relaxation.
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Sweet corn and bean burgers with horseradish

Corn burgersSweet corn give these burgers sweetness, together with the horseradish you get an exciting combination.
Serve the burgers with a dollop of horseradish cream on the side. The burgers can be saved in the fridge for a few days or deep frozen for another day.
Makes 4 big burgers.
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Cabbage bake or cabbage pudding – a Swedish traditional dish

Vegetarisk kålpuddingThis is a traditional Swedish dish, originally made with mince beef. In this recipe quorn crumble is used instead to make it vegetarian.
Any leftovers can be kept to the next day or frozen for another day.
Cooking time: 70 minutes, 30 minutes preparation and 40 minutes in the oven.
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Banana pancakes – small, sweet and gluten-free

BananpannkakorThere 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.
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Feta cheese burgers with pesto and spinach

Feta cheese veggie burgers with pestoThese burgers are juicy and have a mild and soft flavour of feta cheese and pesto.
The burgers will keep in the fridge for a few days or can be frozen.
Cooking time: 30 minutes, with pre-cooked beans.
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Scrambled eggs in the microwave oven – a quick post training snack

Scrambled eggs in the microwave ovenScrambled egg are nice and a good source of protein. Cooking scrambled egg in the microwave oven is very fast.
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LCHF pancake with coconut and vanilla

Pancake coconut LCHFOne of these pancakes will fill you up. Like many LCHF recipes it is low in carbohydrates and high in fat, and also very filling. The coconut flakes gives it a nice texture and the vanilla essence a nice flavour. If vanilla essence is hard to find, use grated vanilla stick or vanilla sugar instead.
The pancake works both as a luxury breakfast, a large snack or as a dinner.
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Green lentil burgers with ajvar – tasty and filling

Green lentils with ajvarThese burgers are quite compact and very filling. Ajvar gives them a lovely paprika flavour. Serve them with a fresh green salad with some bite in it, like coleslaw salad.
The burgers can be deep frozen and reheated in the microwave.
6 portions, or 12 burgers. Cooking time: 60 minutes, or quicker with precooked lentils.
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Energy bars sweetened with raisins

Energy bars, sweetened with raisinsWhy shell out a lot of dough (ha, ha) on expensive snack bars – that also contains a lot of sugar and additives? Make your own and sweeten them with dried fruit.
These energy bars are sugar free; the raisins are used for sweetening. At less than 100 calories they are a good snack to have in your bag or when you just need to get “something” in your growling belly without getting stuffed.
You can keep the bars in the freezer and take them out when you need a snack, or have in your bag to use for refilling your energy after training.
20 mini bars. Cooking time: 30 minutes, 5 minutes mixing, 20 minutes baking and 5 minutes cutting.
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Almond egg bread in 2 minutes – low carb “bread”

LCHF almond breadAs a bread lover I would not call this real bread, but many on an LCHF diet eat egg bread as substitute for the real thing since it contains very few carbohydrates. This bread is also very quick to make.
Those on a strict LCHF diet can skip the rosehip peel, since they will add 3 of the 5 carbohydrates. For others, keep it, since it adds a nice flavour and lots of vitamin C.
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