Breakfast Linseed Smoothie

Linseed smoothie with oil, fruit and veg

 

Linseed smoothie with fruit and veg
Linseed smoothie with fruit and veg

Nutrient dense

The breakfast smoothie should be made and consumed the same day. Use a food processor to make the smoothie. A food processor is used instead of a juicer so that whole goodness of the fruits and vegetables are eaten.

Fibre, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants

This breakfast with veggies and fruits of lots of colours plus linseed makes for a very nutritious, satisfying meal.  Linseed in the smoothie adds protein, tummy-friendly fibre that helps keep the digestion working just the way it should and keeping you fuller for longer.  Linseed is rich in lignans, other powerful antioxidants and mineral – including zinc and magnesium.

Omega-3

Linseed oil with the addition of ground linseed provides lots of omega-3 which makes this smoothie an excellent source of omega-3.

2 Minute Flax Bread, gluten-free and wheat-free

2 minute flax muffin - quick bread

Like real bread but gluten-free and wheat-free

These muffins are more like bread, really tasty and work well for toasting or sandwiches. Much better than wheat-free breads you buy in shops and without any of those strange ingredients.

2 minute flax muffin - quick bread
2 minute flax muffin – quick bread

This is a gluten-free, wheat-free and dairy-free (if you use an alternative milk) high protein, high fibre, high omega-3, low GI muffin or bread that can be toasted.

Thanks for this recipe was given to one of our regular customers at our stall Borough Market.  Tastes in the UK and American differ; she advised us to make it slightly differently to the original: “In fact I omit the stevia & cinnamon & vanilla which is just as tasty. Its best toasted and slathered with butter or cream cheese…”

Personally I use linseed-coconut butter, Oleolux or just a little drizzle of Flax Farm cold-pressed linseed oil for making (the two things I miss most being wheat-free) a tomato sandwich or Marmite and lettuce sandwich.

Quick Linseed Pizza !

Linseed Pizza Free-from most things!

This pizza linseed Pizza is “free-from” most things but delicious. It is super healthy, I use little or no salt, it can be free from saturated fat and vegan, of course low GI, gluten-free and completely paleo. Everyone eats this as happily as the “real” thing seemingly oblivious to it being über healthy and free from. It is properly sustaining but not bloating like wheat based pizza and works better and tastier than bought pizza bases.

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