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    that coconut bread sounds amazing *drool*
    i alternate, depending on what i feel like. i'm supposed to have a gluten free diet but i don't much like the taste of gluten free bread so i alternate between 1 piece of wholemeal toast with a banana on it and monster muesli free and lo with a banana on it

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    Porridge is the best solution I think. Cheap, healthy, low fat and definitely filling. I like to make mine with the Carmens traditional oats and some sultanas. Yum! Much better than the oats sachets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrstuilawa View Post
    that coconut bread sounds amazing *drool*
    i alternate, depending on what i feel like. i'm supposed to have a gluten free diet but i don't much like the taste of gluten free bread so i alternate between 1 piece of wholemeal toast with a banana on it and monster muesli free and lo with a banana on it
    Try it with coconut flour!

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    Love the sound of that coconut bread, I might make it with gluten free flour for DD1 as an alternative to her usual banana bread brekkie.

    Myself, i make my own muesli from quick oats, cornflakes & puffed rice (health food section, not the Kelloggs) and then add in pepitas, sunflower seeds, sultanas, slivered almonds and linseed. I have a small bowl with 100g natural yoghurt. I love it!!! Its not as heavy as your normal muesli. Must start putting on some fresh fruit - I used to do that - thanks for the reminder AM!

    I'm also going to try cottage cheese pikelets, i found this recipe yesterday but haven't tried it yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsTiggyWinkle View Post
    Love the sound of that coconut bread, I might make it with gluten free flour for DD1 as an alternative to her usual banana bread brekkie.

    Myself, i make my own muesli from quick oats, cornflakes & puffed rice (health food section, not the Kelloggs) and then add in pepitas, sunflower seeds, sultanas, slivered almonds and linseed. I have a small bowl with 100g natural yoghurt. I love it!!! Its not as heavy as your normal muesli. Must start putting on some fresh fruit - I used to do that - thanks for the reminder AM!

    I'm also going to try cottage cheese pikelets, i found this recipe yesterday but haven't tried it yet
    Coconut flour is an awesome alturnitove, you can even make coconut flour banana bread

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    Never even heard of it maximum! Where do you get it and how do you use it, is it just 1:1 substitution for wheat flour?

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    You can get it from health food stores or online, coconut is all the rage in the health food circles at the moment so it shouldn't be too hard to come across, it is grain free and very low carb high fiber and also highly nutritious (great for growing little bodies) it is quite expensive eg I bought 1kg for $16, however you use ALOT less

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximum22 View Post
    Try it with coconut flour!
    i did not even know there was such thing as coconut flour, so trying it!!

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    You would use 15% coconut flour to regular flours most recipes call for the use of a fair few eggs, which is great if you have your own chooks, not so great if like me you will only buy free range and preferably organic eggs! But you can make amazing chocolate cakes and other baked goods, i made chocolate chip muffins with my boys just before and they gobbled them up! I have a banana coconut flour recipe that I would love to try out, it uses less eggs as bananas are a substitute for eggs


 

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