Health food manufacturers have caught onto the idea that muesli is better for you than cereal. The problem they have is that muesli tastes so much better (and makes them so much more money) when it is laced with sugar.
Here’s a recipe that will have you feeling full until lunch time, but tastes fantastic.
Because of Julius’ nut allergy we have no nuts, but if you eat nuts, you can add some raw unsalted almonds or cashews to this recipe if you like.
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Add after blending:
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Chicken nuggets, every kids favourite in their happy meals. Now you can make them at home and they don’t need to be limited to 6 – give them as many as they want because they are healthy!
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If you’re not into fries, we’ll bet your choice is onion rings. Here’s a recipe that makes onion rings as tasty as their deep fried artery blocking cousins, but without the health risks.
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Because of Julius’ nut allergy, we have always had to avoid this dish (sad, we know). One day we met the lady who owns our local Thai restaurant and she swore that she would cook Julius his first Pad Thai (ooh the excitement) without
nuts. He fell in love with it, just like anyone else who tries Thai.
Optional: diced chilli
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Paddle pops are a summer favourite. Who can forget the chocolate dripping down your arm as you battle the brain freeze from the icecream. That was before we got fat. Since then, we have had to stay away from paddle pops. But no more!
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