Collection: Naturally Nu Gluten-Free Recipes
Looking for good food, not just good gluten-free food? You’ve come to the right place! Here’s a collection of one hundred percent gluten-free recipes by…
Taquitos are traditionally a deep-fried rolled tortilla filled with beef, chicken or cheese. Naturally Nu’s version is baked instead of deep fried, and it features black beans in place of meat. But don’t worry: the flavour is still there!
Tahini is a thick, ground sesame seed paste beloved in Middle Eastern food thanks to its sweet ‘nutty’ flavour. Gone are the days of using tahini in just hummus or salad dressing. It’s now so popular that you find it in baking, ice cream, and even martinis. Dare to try it? You can use tahini in place of nut butters like peanut butter and almond butter. If you’re like me, you’ll find a reason to use tahini and peanut butter together.
One bite and it’s easy to see why its popularity has soared: the crunchy crust on the outside and the chewy cheesiness on the inside. In terms of simplicity, it doesn’t get better than this. You need only six ingredients to enjoy these delicious cheese buns in 30 minutes.
Gut health is a hot topic right now and for good reason. Probiotics comprise a large part of that conversation. Probiotics are live organisms such as bacteria and yeast that we eat to help our digestive tracts run more effectively. While most of us know that live cultured yogurt has probiotics in it,only some of us know that miso soup and kimchi are two top food sources of probiotics.
Roasted plums to the rescue! Right? It’s easy yet so mouthwatering that you’ll thank yourself for it. You can trick your family into thinking you spent forever in the kitchen but you didn’t. Plums get their rich purple-blue colour from antioxidants called anthocyanins - which gives you another reason to eat your fruits and vegetables. And if have any leftover plums you can dry them into prunes. Five to six prunes per day support your bone health and it’s never too early to start thinking about