666213268666621326862018-10-17If like the idea of adding more calcium enriched kale into your diets but hate eating it raw, try making kale chips. You could even make sweet ones in an attempt to get your child to eat green crisps.....you can try!! Wash and thoroughly dry the kale, tear into small bite size pieces and place into a large mixing bowl. Now comes the messy part which your kids could get involved with. In a small bowl mix together melted coconut oil, cinnamon, vanilla powder and honey now massage this into the leaves, I mean really massage, squish and squeeze until every part of the kale is covered in the sweet oil mixture. Now lay them out onto a baking tray, making sure to leave space between each crisp, bake on 160 for 10 minutes, keep and eye on them to ensure they don’t burn. https://scontent-amt2-1.cdninstagram.com/vp/a2afdd9ca4382321cd2cfa38eb0b9242/5C518682/t51.2885-15/e35/42811291_308667173284507_5055570484742062080_n.jpg2018-10-17
217695382021769538202018-10-17When that slow cooker brings the goods! ☺️ Hearty lentil soup, or makes a great base for a hunky chunk of grilled cod!
Here’s the recipe because I like to share...
Spiced Lentil & Butternut Soup
• 1 onion
• 400g butternut squash chopped into bite size chunks
• 1 Red Pepper chopped • 2 garlic cloves
• half thumb sized piece ginger grated
• 2 tsp ground turmeric
• chilli powder to taste • 200g red split lentils
• Can chopped tomatoes
• vegetable stock
I literally chop and put the slow cooker on low for 4-6 hours then I threw in a handful of spinach before serving because why not and the veg patch is totally gone wild with the stuff! recipesharesharingiscaringhttps://scontent-amt2-1.cdninstagram.com/vp/f5e4b3ab202d9e4cab995b7f16c40546/5C5BD3A4/t51.2885-15/e35/43779610_2236844129972664_2348984270002225364_n.jpg2018-10-17