Tuesday, 21 September 2021

Eating healthy

Over the last month or so I have been trying to make a really big effort in eating more healthy especially while we were in lockdown, last thing I wanted to do was get bored and eat rubbish. Sometimes I do alot of baking for the boys so it's easy to pick at bits and pieces, before I know it I've eaten more than I wanted to in the first place. I googled some healthier recipes and came up with 3 - above is homemade chicken ramen noodle soup. Recipe here.


This one is a vegetable crustless quiche, I think I just added whatever I had in the fridge to this one. Recipe here



 The last one was Zucchini Fritters made with chickpea flour instead of basic white flour as I have a tiny gluten intolerance thing going on. Recipe here

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11 comments:

Fun60 said...

They all look really tasty.

Lydia C. Lee said...

Yum.

William Kendall said...

I'd go for that quiche.

NCSue said...

These look like delicious meals!
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Iris Flavia said...

Thank you, now I´m hungry :-)
Looks all very good!
Gladly I have pickled eggs and also lemon-mushroom-chicken from yesterday´s cooking galore.

local alien said...

They all look delicious. I shall study the recipes!!

Tigger said...

Your soup looks like a Chinese restaurant version. If you struggle with gluten - try also polenta (cornmeal) - we mix chopped cooked silverbeet (or spinach) and some cheeses into ours and give it a second cooking in the oven - and it ends up a bit like your crust-less quiche.
And snap on the zucchini fritters. We rediscovered chickpea flour this year and I'd forgotten what great crispy fritters it makes.

Tom said...

...Amy, you have some wonderful looking dishes. I should try to eat better!

bill burke said...

The Zucchini Fritters looks tasty.

suituapui said...

What a coincidence! I've linked my blogpost on something healthy too.

Your vegetable crustless quiche looks good but the zucchini fritters take the cake, would love to try.

At Home In New Zealand said...

What a great idea, trying out some healthy new recipes. Now I am feeling inspired :)

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