Geetha Priyanka (flavourstreat.com)

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Vegetarian food blog with simple and easy to follow instructions and video. Youtube channel: https://t.co/2AkiG1FjBv

Location UK
Country United Kingdom
Member Since NOVEMBER 08, 2018
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Categories
  • Food & Drink
  • Barbecues and Grilling
  • Desserts and Baking
  • Healthy Cooking and Eating
  • Non-Alcoholic Beverages
  • Vegan Diets
  • World Cuisines
  • Family and Relationships
  • Style & Fashion
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Chocolate Date Energy Balls

These chocolate coconut energy balls are the vegan, refined sugar-free and guilt-free freezer-friendly snack that makes a great healthy alternative to oil-fried snacks. To bypass the text section choose “SCROLL TO RECIPE” or “PRINT RECIPE” or click the “SCROLL TO VIDEO” option to watch the full video of this recipe. If the mixture is too dry and you find it difficult to roll into ball, then add extra coconut oil, nut butter or little water to help get the right consistency. If you think the mixture is too wet, then add dry ingredients such as flaxmeal, oats flour or coconut flour to help set the mixture well.

Pasta with Hidden Vegetable Sauce

Pasta with hidden vegetable sauce made with a creamy, healthy and tasty sauce made with assorted vegetables, herbs and few spices. Pasta made with kid-friendly vegetable sauce is a great way to make picky kids eat their healthy meals without any fuss. To bypass the text section choose “SCROLL TO RECIPE” or “PRINT RECIPE” or click the “SCROLL TO VIDEO” option to watch the full video of this recipe. This is a great way to make kids eat their vegetables specifically for those picky kids who find it difficult to deal with the texture of vegetables.

Roasted Turnips

Turnip is one of the underrated low carb root vegetables packed with nutrients that has been often turned down in my home due to its sharp radish-like flavour. However, nowadays this easy turnip recipe is one of the side dishes that appear on our weekly menu as roasting mellows down the sharp flavour and brings out the natural sweetness of this vegetable making it more appealing and palatable. This humble vegetable is an ideal substitute for potato dishes such as Bombay Aloo, Jeera Aloo, Aloo Gobi specifically for people following a low-carb diet. This is a great way to make this easy turnip recipe specifically for kids as it adds a lovely sweet flavour and counteracts sharp flavour.

Sweet Potato Patties (Vegan and Kid-Friendly)

Sweet Potato Patties – mildly spiced and slightly sweet patties with crispy outer and soft melt-in-mouth texture inside is an oh-so-delicious and kid-friendly healthy dish made with mashed sweet potato, peanuts and few spices. For gluten-free options, swap chickpea flour/rice flour for plain flour. Bread Crumbs: I've used vegan bread crumbs but feel free to use almond flour/meal if you can't get vegan crumbs. For a gluten-free option, use almond flour/meal instead of breadcrumbs and chickpea flour instead of plain flour.

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