This is not snacking!!!
This is guilt-free heaven.
The perfect Nutritious and delicious pick-me-up; perfect to share in a picnic; perfect for an evening bite between friends (remember that socialising is one of the best remedies for HPA Axis Dysregulation, AKA Adrenal Fatigue). Plus, they will love you for it.
The downside: it is so easy to make... Sorry... there are none... so no need to stress about it!
This recipe is also very great to boost the right Liver Detoxification phases, and elimination.
For the perfect serving suggestion, a Grain-free, Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Egg-free, Nut-free crackers that will have all your friends wanting to steal the recipe will be featured in my Summer Edition Newsletter.
True-Paleo and Vegan, this recipe is bursting with flavour. Despite having a lower Protein profile (not a complete protein), a 25g portion delivers nearly 5g of (plant-based) protein, which is perfect ratio with Fat and Carbohydrate to keep you fuller for longer, but also to help the body heal and repair, and blood sugar levels on check (with a GL of only 8!).
Recipe (for a bowl to share)
350g cooked Chickpeas
25g Sunflower seeds
5 Cloves Black Garlic
3 Tbsp Sesame Seeds
50ml Flax/Linseed Oil
45ml (1) Lemon Juice
3 Tbsp Liquid Aminos
2 Tbsp Coconut fat (from top of Coconut Milk can)
⅓ Bunch Fresh Coriander
½ Tsp Ground Cumin
½ Tsp Ground Paprika
Few Mint leaves (chopped)
Roast Seeds with Aminos for 10 minutes on 150˚c.
Let to cool.
Blitz in coffee grounder or small food processor to a medium-coarse powder.
Add all the remaining ingredients together in a food processor and blitz to a smooth paste. Add a little water if necessary.
Add the seeds to the preparation and mix well.
Serve immediately or store in an airtight container and refrigerate up to 3 days.
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Olivier is a Michelin-Star trained chef, also a student in Nutrition and Naturopathy, embracing fully his passion for good food and healthy eating. He should graduate July 2016.