Chewy, crunchy, gluten & dairy free - these gingerbread cookies are a great one to get the kiddo's involved in, and they will especially have fun with the decorating part! We used choc buttons (I found some at a health food store that were made using stevia), and melted dark chocolate. But you could leave off the dressings if you prefer. A delicious and a little bit more nutritious treat than the store bought kind.
If you're looking for a nutritious meal that is quicker to make than ordering most takeaway - this is the one! A quick and easy lunch or dinner option, this salmon recipe is abundant in omega-3 fatty acids, which can be amazing for reducing inflammation in the body, as well as supporting your immunity, skin health, brain and nervous system function. Salmon also contains B vitamins, potassium and selenium. B vitamins must be consumed on a consistent basis since they are not stored by the body. B vitamins are supportive in keeping your metabolism in check and hormones balanced.
If you are yet to try fruit in a salad, and with herbs, this is the recipe to try! Summer is stone fruit season, which means the farmers markets are full of fresh peaches, cherries, and mangoes. Delish! Herbs are more than just a garnish, they can add amazing pops of flavour and have long been used for their medicinal properties and nutrient profiles. Mint would also work really well in this recipe. If you wanted a dairy free recipe, you could swap the goats cheese for avocado.