High in plant based protein, gluten free, full of antioxidants and calcium and easy to digest, amaranth is the ancient grain cultivated for over 8000 years, and still going strong today. Whether its porridge, cookies, cous cous alternatives or salads, amaranth is very versatile and easy to cook. This recipes takes the Lebanese tabbouleh andContinue reading “Moroccan – Style Amaranth Tabbouleh”
With November here in a few days, Summer smoothie bowls, cool crispy salads and iced coffees are out, and warming soups, spiced chai and hot porridges are most definitely in! It’s amazing what can be made from leftovers – and with a little creative thinking and lots of hungry guests to feed, we were able toContinue reading “Zero Waste Winter Porridge Cake (V)”
Wondering what to do with all those Autumn apples? There are four recipes coming up all dedicated to the wonderful and versatile apple, here’s number one: Somewhere between porridge and apple crumble; this recipe is warming, satisfying and nutritious, while still being delicious enough for you to feel as though you’re eating dessert for breakfast….
Kamut is a relatively over-looked grain that is a lot larger than most others like oats, rice, bulgur, and can easily be ground into flour or flakes to replace something wheat-based. It’s higher in protein than wheat, and contains an abundance of nutrients such as magnesium (which most of us need more of in ourContinue reading “Kamut & Coconut Porridge Recipe”
Another recipe from the peaceful haven that is Suryalila Retreat Centre. This recipe is a filling and tasty alternative to traditional porridge, and contains a few health differences too. If you’re looking to up your protein intake and try something new, this is a brilliant breakfast that will give you enough energy to last until lunchtime!Continue reading “Suryalila-Inspired Amaranth Porridge Recipe”
It’s a bit of a shock – to say the least – to go from warmth, sunshine and the most amazing chai tea every morning, to these cold and frosty British December mornings…. So to remind myself of the amazing month I have just spent in India on my 5oo hour Yoga teacher training –Continue reading “Masala chia-chai porridge”