Recipes

Enjoy the latest and greatest tips on living your best life. Try our simple, healthy and tasty recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, treats and snacks. 

Simple Guacamole

Posted by Valeria Ramirez on

Guacamole is one of the easiest and most nutritious dips you can make. Made with the goodness of avocados, guacamole can give you more potassium than bananas, top up you heart loving monounsaturated fatty acids, give you a boost of fibre and help lower your cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Nutritional facts aside, adding a dollop of guacamole to your meal will result in 99.9% food satisfaction, guaranteed, we are sure there's a study that can back this.  Here's our go to, guac recipe.

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Simple Guacamole

Posted by Valeria Ramirez on

Guacamole is one of the easiest and most nutritious dips you can make. Made with the goodness of avocados, guacamole can give you more potassium than bananas, top up you heart loving monounsaturated fatty acids, give you a boost of fibre and help lower your cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Nutritional facts aside, adding a dollop of guacamole to your meal will result in 99.9% food satisfaction, guaranteed, we are sure there's a study that can back this.  Here's our go to, guac recipe.

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Brazil Nut Pesto

Posted by Valeria Ramirez on

Pesto is one of the most versatile things you can have in the fridge. Toss it through some spiralized zoodles with roast veggies and you have a raw/vegan version of a pesto pasta. It's great as a dip with vegetable sticks, or even just smeared over a seeded cracker. This version uses Brazil nuts which are a great source of protein, fiber, selenium, thiamine, copper, and magnesium.

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Brazil Nut Pesto

Posted by Valeria Ramirez on

Pesto is one of the most versatile things you can have in the fridge. Toss it through some spiralized zoodles with roast veggies and you have a raw/vegan version of a pesto pasta. It's great as a dip with vegetable sticks, or even just smeared over a seeded cracker. This version uses Brazil nuts which are a great source of protein, fiber, selenium, thiamine, copper, and magnesium.

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