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WIAW #4

ANZAC day. Lest we forget. In Australia today we celebrate all of those who have fought for our country and those who are fighting today. Melbourne you’ve definitely not turned the weather on for us.. 15 degrees, you’ve got to be kidding me. All I have planned for this weather is to stay inside by the fire and watch the football.

If you’re not from Australia or New Zealand you probably don’t know about ANZAC biscuits. I haven’t cooked up any for this ANZAC day but I do cook them throughout the year as they are the favourite biscuits of my household. Big, chewy, coconut, golden syrupy goodness – I’m not a fan of the crunchy type. But google them, cook them, you won’t regret it. They are nice by themselves, dunked in a cup of tea (nothing is more Australian than this), in an ice-cream sandwich or one of my favourites heated in a microwave until they are caramely and them crumbled on ice-cream. YUUUM.

Back to my Wednesday!

[BREAKFAST]

The usual when winter approaches – a porridge of some sort and a cup of tea. Warms you up very well!.

Porridge with blueberries & raspberries and a cup of white tea

[SNACKS]

Been feeling a little under the weather a bit lately so I have been trying to pump my body full of vitamin C. Yesterday it was an orange but todays fruit of choice was a delicious kiwi fruit. Whilst babysitting my little niece I cooked up some no sugar chocolate nut balls. In these I put in almond meal, LSA, coconut, crushed brazil, cashew, hazel and walnuts, cocoa, maca powder, butter, coconut oil, vanilla extract, roasted almond butter (THE best nut butter!!) and water. Froze, and these will be my nightly nibbles for next few days. During the changing of nappies, cooking, cleaning up I also munched on a very sweet and crunchy carrot.

Cocoa nutballs

[LUNCH]

I love sushi. Probably have it a few times a week. 99% of the time I get brown rice sushi. My favourite is a little sushi place at Doncaster shopping centre.

1 salmon and 1 vegetarian brown rice sushi with ginger

[DINNER]

Yesterday I made up a soup experiment as I knew the weather was turning cold. This soup is a major winner. It was leek, garlic, chickpeas, roasted pumpkin, chicken stock blitzed up then i added some more chickpeas and broccoli florets to add a bit of texture. I will cook this one again!

Broccoli, roast pumpkin and chickpea soup with roasted pumpkin seeds

A question I’m putting out to you folks this week is – what is your favourite nut butter and your favourite way to use it?!

Hope everyone has been well and happy. Eat well & be well.

sp x

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