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July 24, 2013

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Dolly

Glad to hear it's going well Nic!
Will love seeing your work again but also glad to see the other stuff as well. :D

Gela

Pinned the recipe. Thanks. I am glad your son is doing well. It is your blog. You can talk about the man on the moon if you want. :)

Louise

We had chocolate mousse last night - freeze a chopped up banana (on a tray or else it is too hard to blend) then blend with one chilled avocado and 3 Tbsp cocoa powder. That is it - yummy! Good work guys, it does make one feel so much better, eh?

Rachel

thats awesome Nic - go Jacob really proud of you! Sounds like you will be sorted for your NCEA subjects for next year - good luck with that.

Louise

You can't taste the avocado at all BTW, it is a filler :) .

Dolly

Louise reminded me...there is an ice cream maker you use fruit with called the Yonananas
http://www.yonanas.com/
Also real fruit juice Popsicles....I'm sure you have thought of all of this probably but doesn't hurt to leave you with the link.

Debbie K

Hey Nic, glad to hear everything is going well with Jacob and happy to hear that he enjoyed his work experience. May I share a super easy recipe with you that we enjoy at home...


Banana Walnut Muffins – makes 12
Sugar free – gluten free

Ingredients
6 eggs
½ cup coconut oil
4 bananas
20 drops stevia
½ cup coconut flour
½ tsp salt
1 tsp baking soda
1 cup chopped walnuts
Extra walnuts for garnish

In food processor combine eggs, oil, bananas and stevia and blend until well mixed.
Add coconut flour, salt and baking soda and pulse until combined.
Fold in walnuts
Scoop into muffin cups, add extra walnuts to top and bake approximately 20-25 mins at 180 degrees celcius.

Linda L

Good on you Nic. I've been right into the type of foods you've mentioned (the healthy fats, no sugar, more real/live foods) for the last 12 months and my teens are catching on too which is awesome. Hope Jacob continues to improve and you all enjoy the benefits of a healthier diet.

Janet

Great to hear Nic. I have been on a life changing experience since retiring doing just what you are talking about.....no sugar and healthy fats and basically just plain old healthy food we had as kids and I have lost over 3 stone and my blood tests show I am a very healthy 67 year old......I have loved trying new and very healthy recipes and life is great. Enjoy your new experience.

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