Sunflower Seed Butter

sundried tomato pesto
Serves 2 Cups
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I learnt about the Fibonacci sequence in college. I read that the seeds of a sunflower, the spirals of a snail’s shell and even the scales of a pineapple are almost always arranged in this sequence. Math in nature! Amazing! So I was just reading about sunflowers, their seeds and uses on the internet. I came across sunflower seed butter and my interest was piqued! I straight away purchased a bag of raw and shelled sunflower seeds and we totally went wild experimenting with them.

First we simply munched on them because they were so yummy. Then I roasted them on a pan, with some ghee and salt. They literally vanished right in front of my eyes!

I had missed a vitamin dose of my son. The lady there told me to give him vitamin rich foods. If he is eating sunflower seeds, then I don’t have to worry about him getting vitamin deficiency 🙂

Sunflower seeds are a nutrient powerhouse. They are rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins and essential fatty acids. Not only do they help control cell damage, improve metabolism but also have a calming effect on the mind and body.

I finally decided to make the sunbutter before we finish all the sunflower seeds. At our home, we love everything flavoured. So I decided to make sunflower seed butter with garlic and sunflower seed butter with sun dried tomatoes. You can add any herbs that you like.

Overnight Apple Bircher Muesli

Apple Bircher muesli
Serves 6

This is a pre-prepared breakfast recipe that saves you time and effort in the mornings. It is made up of nuts, seeds, oats, fruit, orange juice and non dairy milk giving you a well rounded and healthy gluten-free breakfast. Oats are great soakage for the orange juice and coconut milk and provides a great source of fibre for digestive health and boosting energy. Sunflower seeds, apricot kernels and chia seeds deliver an excellent combination of anti-oxidants, vitamins and minerals neceesary for your immunity and digestive systems, improving your overall well-being. The dried blackcurrants and cranberries offer another powerhouse of nutrition and anti-oxidant elements, setting you up for your day. Of course, you can never go wrong by adding a dash of cinnamon for its delicious taste and building up your immunity.

Homemade Granola Recipe

Homemade Granola

This is a simply delicious breakfast recipe and one of my favourites!

It will set you up nicely for the day or alternatively can be consumed as a dessert depending on your taste. It is made with oats and various nuts and seeds which allows you to use the nuts of your choice. I used almonds, apricot kernels, sunflower seeds, and chia seeds.

Oats are high in fibre helping your digestive health, and help you to release energy slowly throughout the day curbing those cravings and aiding in weight loss. Apricot kernels contains vitamin B17 and vitamin E making it high in anti-oxidants and increasing immunity levels. Chia seeds and sunflower seeds are packed with nutrients promoting immunity and digestive health. Almonds are rich in fiber and protein and are cholestrol free. The cinnamon and apple juice compliment each other in taste and help to warm the belly on those colder mornings. The dried cranberries and black currants not only add a great flavour to the crunchy nutty texture but are also full of nutrients and anti-oxidants. The great thing about granola is that you can eat it alone as a snack, or mix it with natural yogurt and fruit or pour it on top of your oatmeal as part of your breakfast.

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Vegan Raw Energy Balls

Energy Balls
Serves 12
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Energy Balls can be eaten for breakfast, consumed as a snack throughout the day or a quick fix after a session in the gym. This recipe is packed with goodness and is super quick to prepare. Oats contain lots of fibre and protein and help you stay fuller for longer during the day. Dates are a good source of essential vitamins and minerals such as vitamin A and vitamin K, as well as calcium, iron and magnesium providing energy and high fibre levels promoting digestive health. Sunflower seeds are rich in omega 3, iron, magnesium and Vitamin E boosting metabolism and immunity levels. The cocoa powder provides protein as well as adding a great flavour along with the orange zest.

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