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RECIPES

Nutrient-rich, simple and delicious recipes, using seasonal British produce to nurture gut health

RECIPES

Nutrient-rich, simple and delicious recipes, using seasonal British produce to nurture gut health

healthy | sustainable | delicious

I hope you enjoy using these recipes as much as we do – quick and tasty food for busy families, easily varied according to what’s in season or what you have or haven’t got in your cupboard! They all promote fabulous gut bacteria through the fibre and/or antioxidants they contain or by using fermented ingredients. Read more here about the vital roles these bacteria play in our long-term health. If possible, and you have the time, try and source some of the ingredients from local suppliers – it doesn’t take long to swing into your local farm shop or use some of the links given for British producers.

Sustainable food choices for people and nature to thrive.

Nutty flapjack

Nutty flapjack

Flapjack is so quick and easy to make; being full of Gut Healthy fibre it’s a really healthy family snack too so little wonder it’s a British favourite! I love to use HFO cold-pressed rapeseed oil to reduce the saturated fat content, increase healthy plant sterols and antioxidant Vitamin E. Much lower in sugar than many flapjack recipes with only 1 tsp of added sugar/ slice, it’s a great snack for keeping moods steady until the next meal!

Pear and Watercress smoothie

Pear and Watercress smoothie

Watercress is an astonishing leafy green with the highest levels of antioxidants of all brassicas which support essential detox happening in our bodies every day. It’s also a rich source of Vitamin C which makes sure we can absorb its iron. Did you know that the natural gut-healthy sugar in milk, lactose, is partly fermented by our gut bacteria? If you’re lactose intolerant, try using milk kefir instead as its lactose is pre-digested

Spelt and Quinoa scones with chia berry jam

Spelt and Quinoa scones with chia berry jam

The chia seeds, spelt and quinoa flour add fabulous fibre to nurture gut bacteria, give a steady release of energy and satisfy the appetite. Using dates to sweeten adds more fibre and reduces their sugar content. Rapeseed oil is great to use in baking to give a light texture and its valuable unsaturated fats aren’t denatured at high temperatures.

Watercress and Spinach Pesto

Watercress and Spinach Pesto

WATERCRESS AND SPINACH PESTO Adds a burst of flavour to create quick ,easy & extremely tasty meals.Makes 1 jar15 minQuick & easy flavourInroduction About this RecipePesto is a great way to add a quick burst of flavour & nutrients to create a really tasty ,...

Saturday Mocha Melt Cake

Saturday Mocha Melt Cake

SATURDAY MOCHA MELT CAKE Coffee and chocolate heaven!1650 minFeeling HappyInroduction About this RecipeIf you love coffee and walnut cake, you'll love this! The sponge melts in the mouth - the combination of rapeseed oil and butter gives sponge a really moist texture....

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