BROCCOLI, FETA PINE NUT FRITTERS(makes 8 fritters) 1 broccoli 3 garlic cloves, finely chopped 4 eggs 1 small bunch of parsley, chopped 150 grams almond flour 80 grams of feta cheese cup of pine nuts 1 lemon Salt and pepper Dash of olive/coconut oil.
Hashbrown Potatoes | The addition of the kumara lowers the glycemic load of this delicious dish, meaning you will feel fuller for longer. A healthy alternative to the processed, packaged version, we've used organic vegetables as they add a natural sweetness to these hashbrowns. Gluten free flour can be substituted for the spelt flour. | www.drlibby.com
Beetroot Hummus | The beets not only give this flavorful hummus its brilliant color, but they aid the liver in detoxifying as well. The garlic enhances the same functions, and the sprouted chickpeas are packed with dietary fiber. | www.drlibby.com
Marvellous Eggs | This delicious mix of nourishing ingredients originated when we were shooting the Real Food Chef videos. Chef Cynthia wanted a quick breakfast that would keep the crew nourished until lunch. Eggs and avocado make a powerful pair that provide essential vitamins and minerals, good fats and protein that will keep you feeling fuelled all morning. | www.drlibby.com
Classic Hash Browns | Simple hash browns, especially when they are made with organic potatoes, are naturally sweet. One of the best things about making your own hash browns is being able to choose the oil you fry them in. Using a good quality oil for frying such as coconut or macadamia means you avoid the damaged, poor quality fats that tend to be used in the processed version. It also means you avoid getting them to a very high heat, which is better for the conservation of vitamin and…
Moussaka | Using thinly sliced vegetables is a great alternative to lasagna in this vegetable, fiber and nutrient-dense moussaka. Lentils are low in two essential amino acids, methionine and cysteine, but when combined with quinoa, a seed, the dish presents a complete protein. | www.drlibby.com