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What to cook this weekend..

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07.04.16

So weekends are meant for indulging right? However, too much indulgence can lead to over indulging and consuming way too much on a weekend!

However, everything in moderation is what we believe, and these recipes are the perfect combination of what feels like a treat but in actual fact, super healthy! With thanks to our lovely nutritionist Rhiannon for the recipes!

1. Breakfast- Coconut milk, pistachio and strawberry giving tree porridge

INGREDIENTS

• 250ml water
• 40g oats
• 4 tbsp coconut milk • 1 tbsp almond butter • 1 tbsp chi coconut oil For a topping: • crushed pistachios Simply add the water, oats and coconut milk  to a saucepan and allow it to heat for about ten minutes, until the liquid has all been absorbed. Then stir in the almond butter and coconut oil and let them dissolve into mix. Once it’s all nicely mixed pour it into a bowl, add all your favourite toppings and then it’s ready to enjoy!

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2. Lunch / Dinner - Herby garlic chicken with veggie giving tree topping

  • 4 skinless chicken breasts, cut into bite-sized pieces
  • 1 clove of garlic crushed
  • 100g quinoa
  • 600ml hot chicken stock
  • 6 tomatoes
  • 1 green pepper
  • 1 courgette
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 2 red onions, cut into thin wedges
  • Mixed herbs to season
  • Giving Tree Broccoli and pumpkin crisps for topping
  1. Heat oven to 200C/180C fan/gas 6. Toss the chicken with the garlic, herbs and arrange in a single layer in a roasting tin. Bake for 20 mins until the chicken is cooked. Set aside.
  2. Meanwhile, cook the quinoa in the chicken stock for 15 mins until tender, blend the vegetables in a food processor in the mean time. Drain and place into a large bowl with the chicken, toss together with the vegetables sauce too.
  3. Top with broccoli and pumpkin crisps!

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3. Dessert - Wheyhey Chocolate ice cream topped with bee pollen, chia seed and Giving Tree Peach Crisps! Simple as that

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Giving Tree Easter Recipes

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23.03.16

Easter is round the corner and we are here to bring you the healthiest and tastiest easter recipes to crowd please and of course, they can be enjoyed any time of the year too!

Here are our favourites..

Recipe courtesy of the lovely Rhiannon Lambert - our lovely nutritionist (www.rhitrition.com)

1. To wake you up with a chocolatey Easter twist.. This delicious bowl of Chocolate Proats goodness that's super indulgent yet absolutely guilt free!

1. Grain Free / Paleo Goey Chocolate Brownies with Giving Tree Strawberries (recipe courtesy of @londonpaleogirl / www.londonpaleogirl.com (makes 6 brownies)

  • 1 Large Cooked & Mashed Sweet Potato
  • l 1 Egg 
  • 3 large TBS of @adunaworld Super - Cocoa Powder
  •  2 TSP @pipandnut Almond Butter
  • 2 TSP Honey
  •  1/4 Teaspoon Baking Soda 
  • Mix together until a smooth consistency & pour onto baking paper in a baking tray & put in a 200• pre heated oven for 15 minutes / until cooked •• To make Chocolate Icing mix @chocshot sauce with a TSP @pipandnut Almond Butter l 2 Table spoons Honey l 2 TSP @adunaworld Super - Cocoa Powder ••
  • Served with Coconut Yogurt l Cinnamon l drizzle of @chocshot sauce & a frozen Raspberry on top

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2. The perfect evening meal to be shared with family and friends!

Courgetti Meatballs with a sprinkling of Giving Tree Broccoli crisps - recipe courtesy of the lovely Rhiannon Lambert - our lovely nutritionist (www.rhitrition.com)

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