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.
This porridge is made of quinoa flakes, not the seeds. The porridge has a bitter taste and needs quite a lot of added flavour like ginger, cinnamon, cardamom or honey.
Quinoa is free from gluten, so all gluten intolerant people; just go ahead and enjoy some porridge. Read the rest of the recipe…
This unusual combination actually works! The dish has a mild spicy flavour, perfect for the summer when both rhubarb and baby spinach are in season.
Any left overs? Throw them in your lunchbox the next day!
Cooking time: 50 minutes, including a 15 minutes tea break. Faster if you are using precooked lentils. Read the rest of the recipe…
These cakes are sweet and good enough to be served to guests and for dessert.
The sesame cakes can be frozen. Grab one when going to the gym and you will get a lot of energy.
Cooking time: 50 minutes, 15 minutes preparation and 35 minutes in the oven. Read the rest of the recipe…
Molino porridge is a classic porridge recipe to get slow stomachs in action – the flaxseeds and prunes contribute to this effect. Raisins and prunes give the porridge a sweet flavour, so it’s enough to add some fresh berries and milk. No extra sugar or jam is needed.
The porridge is best eaten fresh, but if you want to make a double load it will keep in the fridge for a day.
Cooking time: Soaking the night before, then 10 minutes. Read the rest of the recipe…
Why 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. Read the rest of the recipe…