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This immune boosting snack is a popular one in our household. There's plenty of vitamin C within the lemon curd filling, plus choline rich eggs for supporting healthy brain development. To super boost the immune properties of the filling, you have the option to mix through Kakadu plum (Gubinge) powder- a vitamin c rich native to Australia. You can also adapt to your desired sweetness (I leave out the sweetener in the filling).
The gluten free base is just delish and you’ll want to use it for all sorts of slice recipes for your family, like my Chocolate Jelly slice (recipe coming soon). If you have tigernut flour, this acts as a prebiotic to improve digestive health but note, it will make for a thicker crust.
Best of all, you won't be in the kitchen for longer than half an hour.
Ready, set go!
1 1/4 cup almond meal
1/4 cup tigernut flour (or 1.5 cups almond meal in total)
Do you get stuck for healthy brekkie and lunch options?
Is your toddler getting pickier by the day? One veggie that was a favourite last week, getting pushed to the side today? I hear you and I want to help reduce the food wastage in your household and more importantly, get some important nutrients into your little one.
Time to try my gut friendly (toddler approved) Veggie Loaf! It's gluten, grain, nut and sugar free, can be adapted to what greens and herbs you have on hand and freezes well to defrost on days your fridge is looking rather empty.
Originally a recipe from my Mum, it’s been tweaked to be toddler proof (perfect recipe for hiding veggies), but has been popular with all of us!
If you're following my Thriving Bubba food introduction guide, this recipe is appropriate to try from 12 months and is a perfect to adjust to what green leafys and herbs you have on hand. Plus, if you can sneak the fresh Rosemary herb into your batch, this will...