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Egg Free Breakfast Hash

by Steph

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This is the perfect breakfast. It also works well served cold for lunch, so make extra serves as required. Starting your day with good fats, protein and plenty of greens is the key to nourishment, blood sugar regulation, satiety, craving control, weight management and long-term health.

Ingredients (Serves 1)

  • ½ cup pumpkin, chopped
  • 30g grass-fed butter
  • 1 rasher pasture-raised free range bacon, finely diced*
  • 150g pasture-raised free range chorizo, finely diced*
  • ½ zucchini. finely diced
  • ½ cup broccoli, floretted small
  • 1 cup spinach
  • ½ avocado, dicedRecipe Submission_Egg Free Breakfast Hash_6

Method

  1. Lightly steam pumpkin.
  2. Heat butter in a large pan and add pumpkin, chorizo and bacon and cook until browned, stirring throughout.
  3. Add zucchini and broccoli and cook for one to two minutes or until well covered and slightly softened.
  4. Add spinach and stir through well.
  5. Remove from the heat, transfer into a bowl, top with avocado and enjoy.

*I only use Gamze Smokehouse and you can purchase yours here and here.

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IQS Chocolate Cookbook II – eBook Review

by Steph

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I’m sure you are familiar with Sarah Wilson. Just in case you are not, in 2011, she dramatically changed her life by quitting sugar and since then has inspired millions worldwide to do the same. You can read her story and purchase the original I Quit Sugar 8-week program here.

More recently, Sarah and the IQS team have developed the divine IQS Chocolate Cookbook II. Containing 80 fructose-free cakes, ice cream flavour bombs, chocolate, biscuits and many gluten free options, it is definitely one way to have your cake and eat it too (pun intended). As per the first IQS Chocolate Cookbook, there are even breakfast ideas. Chocolate for breakfast?! Check it out here.

The highlights:

  • My favourite part about the IQS Chocolate Cookbook? This time around it’s the ice cream. The perfect summer and Valentine’s Day treat for your loved one.
  • The ease of use. This eBook has been brilliantly designed. You can purchase the required ingredients, search for recipes by key ingredients, and even convert from metric to imperial with the simple click of a button!
  • The variety. There are so many options, you’ll have trouble deciding where to start. From ice cream to cheesecake, I’ll bet you’re salivating right now.

Enough talking. See for yourself and get your hands on a copy today! Grab your copy here.

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Leading Australian Sports Nutritionist specialising in gluten free and refined sugar free food, fuelling and real food education.

The Natural Nutritionist – Steph Lowe
(BSpExSc GDipHumNutr NSA)

 
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