So delicious and warming on a cold winters day. And the best part of this yummy hot choc is it is packed full of nutritious goodness from the turmeric, cacao powder, honey and cinnamon.
One of my favourite recipes to make is a delicious banana bread. There are many variations and wonderful ingredients which can be added to change the taste, but only for the better.
Sweet potatoes are sooooo good, and because they taste so yummy I do have a little addiction to them at the moment. One of my favourite meals is steak, sweet potato fries and greens (either salad or veggies). We don’t have this very often but when we do I salivate with every mouthful and am completely devastated when my plate is empty.
100 grams of sweet potato contains 1.6 g protein, 0.1 g total fats and 20.1 g carbohydrate. This delicious, golden and sweet vegetable is packed full of vitamin A, C, K choline, folate, calcium, magnasium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and selenium; it is completely versatile with many creations made possible when you let your imagination run away with you.
I have used it in mash, as lasagne ‘sheets’, whole baked with beans and cheese on top, fries, as toast, roasted in the oven, in brownies, in sweet and savoury muffins…the list goes on…
Here is a quick recipe for sweet potato fries
I enjoy this as a really quick breakfast with a glass of homemade chocolate milk or as a quick snack on the run. It has lovely oils for our brain and our heart, antioxidants to protect our cells, vitamin E as an anti-inflammatory and to protect against infection along with many other vitamins and minerals to keeps us healthy.