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avocado gazpacho

Avocado Gazpacho

Packed with 5-star ingredients, this cold soup can also be used as a dressing over salad greens and fresh prawns. Store in the refrigerator for up to five days in an airtight container. Serves 6 3 small, ripe avocados 1 ...

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spicy roasted nuts

Spicy Roasted Nuts

These nuts make a nice snack to serve with before dinner drinks. They’re much healthier than commercial varieties and, when served warm, they are much more delicious. Serves 4-5 1 cup mixed raw nuts (including cashews, almonds, walnuts, and Brazil ...

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Breakfast Quinoa

Many commercial, gluten-free breakfast cereals have a high GI. This breakfast quinoa is suitable for people who can’t eat wheat and/ or gluten, and it also has a low GI to sustain energy throughout the morning. Apple juice concentrate is ...

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strawberry oatmeal trifle

Strawberry Breakfast Trifle

Here’s an excellent start to the day- if you don’t have a sweet tooth you can omit the maple syrup, particularly if the strawberries are sweet. Children may find it more approachable with the syrup added and, if it helps ...

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A Slight Break From Tradition – Oatmeal

Traditional Scottish porridge is made with steel-cut oats, water and salt. Nowadays porridge is made using a variety of oats including rolled oats, quick oats, and instant oats. The less processed the oats are, the lower the GI of the ...

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Triple Grain Muesli

It is unlikely you’ll ever find prunes in commercial muesli because they tend to clump together if they’re chopped in an electric processor. You’ll have to chop them by hand and add them to the grains a few at a ...

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