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    You should check out Sarah Wilson's I quit sugar kids cookbook, especially for sweet recipes with minimal sugar, and veges in almost everything. There is also loads of recipes on her website too www. sarahwilson.com.au

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    Make your own veggie chips - just thinly slice with a potato peeler, spray with oil and bake on lined tray in oven about 180 degrees for 10 mins until crispy - works with beetroot, parsnip and carrot

    Smoothies - add a small bunch of baby spinach with blueberries and yogurt and chia seeds and A2 or almond milk

    Add chia seeds and baby spinach to any snitzel crumb ( blitz in food processor)

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    Roast pumpkin pasta sauce. I usually have it with filled tortellini.

    Roast about 300gms of pumpkin and 1 onion, puree it. In a frypan add the pumpkin puree, about 2 teaspoons of crushed garlic from a jar, 1/2 cup of grated parmesan cheese and 200g lite cooking cream. Once all heated through add your choice of cooked pasta. Serve with a little more grated parmesan on top.

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    Recipie for cookies I mentioned earlier. I made them last week and they're pretty good. I used kraft pb though, as it was all I had so I cut back the maple syrup a bit so it wasn't too sugary.
    DH pinched one when he got home and thought they were regular cookies until I told him they were based on chickpeas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by #Mama View Post
    Recipie for cookies I mentioned earlier. I made them last week and they're pretty good. I used kraft pb though, as it was all I had so I cut back the maple syrup a bit so it wasn't too sugary.
    DH pinched one when he got home and thought they were regular cookies until I told him they were based on chickpeas!

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    I just wanted to say thanks for posting this recipe, I made these this afternoon and they are delicious. No way would you guess they are made from chickpeas. I used honey as I had no maple syrup and crunchy natural peanut butter, but they turned out really good still


 

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