Zucchini Pizza Muffins
1 cup of shredded Ham
1 Cup of Cheese
1 1/2 Cups of SR Flour (Of course you can use GF, wholemeal…whatever you fancy!)
1/4 Cup of Coconut Oil
1/2 cup of pasta sauce ( If you feel like it)
Grate zucchini up. If your kids have an aversion to colour then I recommend peeling the green off first. ( handy for sensory issues)
Combine the zucchini with flour, egg, oil and cheese but leave some cheese to sprinkle on top. Add in the ham while stirring the rest through. Sometimes I will add some pasta sauce in the mix if it is too dry and that gives it a real pizza taste! It’s delicious without but my kids are sauce mad plus it covers any colour issues.
Stir through thoroughly and spoon into a muffin tray OR cup cake cases (Perfect for school lunches)
Once you have spooned it in just sprinkle a little cheese on top and pop in the oven at 180 for about 20 minutes.
Keep an eye on them. Just bake it till it rises and is golden.
Note: I also will put a tiny amount of sauce on top before the cheese if I have the time.
These bad boys freeze really well so whack them in a snap lock bag and pull them out in the morning before school. They are super fresh and yummy by the time lunch time hits!
Easy AF Chocolate Crackles
2 Cups of rice bubbles ( the GF freedom ones rock!)
1 Cup of shredded coconut
1/2 Cup of Coconut oil
3 to 4 Tablespoons of Cacao
Mix it all dry ingredients together in a bowl
then add in the coconut oil ( melt it to make it easier to blend)
Spoon into Cup cake patties
Pop in the freezer and they are ready in 5 minutes!
I tend to try pre prep myself for the busy weeks with this bad boy
Poached chicken (half a Breast per serve)
Hard boiled egg
I cup of broccoli (per serve)
Half a cup of baby spinach
Half handful of almonds
Tablespoon of cottage cheese
Drizzle your fave low fat and sugar dressing over the top
This is all about putting in what whatever you love!
Sautéed zucchini and broccoli
Avocado… and lots of it
Dressing chobani yogurt dressing or whatever you fancy
Sprinkle some paprika and black pepper.
It’s all about layering! Get creative. I usually start my base with the black beans then add the lettuce, veggies and green beans next. What ever you are in the mood for. Enjoy!
1 Cup of peanut Butter
Half a cup of LSA
Half a cup of Almond meal
Pinch of Himalayan Salt
Tablespoon of maple syrup
3 tablespoons of organic Cacao
Coconut or Cacao to roll in (the balls not yourself)
Mix everything together and roll onto balls!
Pop in freezer to set.
Pretty bloody simple!
Peanut CHOCOLATE Chip cookies!
1 Cup of Coconut sugar
1 Cup of peanut butter
Half a cup of dark choc chips or Cacao nibs
Heat PB and stir sugar in. Once cooled add the choc chips (so they don’t melt)
Mix together and roll into balls and pop on baking try. Bake in oven for 12 mins on 180
Enjoy with a cuppa!