Flax and Kale chips

Kale and linseed chips

This is a brilliant, tasty and healthy homemade snack. Ideal for on-the-go, in lunch-boxes, with drinks; you’ll never want to eat crisps again! Homemade with simple superfood ingredients, you can vary the flavour to suit your mood and they are super easy to make even for those who “don’t cook”!  A great way to eat your greens for those who usually prefer snacks to veggies.

  • Gluten-free
  • Low Carb
  • Starch and sugar-free
  • Low GI
  • Paleo
  • No transfats
  • Rich in good-fats
  • Rich in omega-3, polyphenols, fibre, vitamins and antioxidants

Fruity Seedy Grain-free Linseed Muesli

Linseed grain-free muesli with fruit, nuts, seeds and berries

Delicious & sustaining

A small amount of Flax Farm ground linseed and cold-pressed linseed oil can make a big difference to your health and wellbeing and added to a simple light breakfast will easily keep you full, energised and sustained though to lunch time.


Linseed is starch-free and virtually totally carb-free so it’s great if you are trying to keep slim or lose weight.


This Fruity Seedy Grain-free Linseed Muesli is delicious, light and super healthy; alkalising & anti-inflammatory as well as being excellent for the digestion and hormone balance:

  • Gluten-free
  • Dairy-free
  • Cereal-free
  • Starch-free
  • Low GI
  • Paleo
  • Rich in omega-3
  • Rich in fibre

Linseed Pinni Laddoo Energy Balls

Pinni laddoo, Linseed energy balls

Super-healthy energy balls

There are nutty, seedy, fragrantly spicy fudgy and lovely; like fruity fudge but tastier, less sweet and much healthier.

  • A snack
  • After dinner treat
  • Healthy lunch-box filler
  • Great with a coffee
  • A sugar-free energy pick-me-up
  • A delicious way to eat linseed

This is quick easy recipe is for a healthy version of the traditional Indian sweetmeat “alsi pinni laddoo/laddu” which I have been told about by numerous Indian-born ladies visiting my market stall at Borough Market. It always started “oh we use this (linseed) as a winter food”.

Calorie-burning food

This ancient Indian wisdom, put to work on keeping people warm in winter in houses without central heating is due to linseed’s metabolism boosting, warming properties – linseed signals the body to burn calories more freely – hence its use in losing weight.  In this recipe the linseed is enhanced with fragrant warming spices. Every family obviously had their own version. This is my take on the original pinni laddoo recipes; for me it has to have no added sugar, gluten-free with no wheat flour.

  • Wheat-free
  • Gluten-free
  • No added sugar
  • Lots of Omega-3
  • Digestion-friendly fibre
  • Low GI sweet

Tasty way to enjoy linseed

If you need to add linseed to your diet this is a concentrated tasty way of getting its health-digestion, hormone-balancing, joint-soothing benefits.