215 Min90 Min105 MinEasySaucepan/ Casserole Dish Nutrition Per Serving (300g)calories 356Dietary Fiber 7gtotal fat 8gcholesterol 51mgtotal carbs 10gIngredientsInstructionsCook meat, onions and half the potatoes slowly in a saucepan for 1 hour, skim fat from...
The term ‘nut allergy’ is used to describe an allergic reaction to the fruit of unrelated plants such as peanuts, seeds and nuts that grow on trees. Peanuts are related to chickpeas and peas, whereas tree nuts include almonds, cashews, macadamia nuts and walnuts. Seeds include sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and coconuts. It’s important to note that people who are allergic to peanuts will not necessarily be allergic to tree nuts or seeds.
Best Alternatives for Nuts:
• Seeds – Pumpkin seeds or sunflower seeds are a great substitute for nuts in granola bars, breads, and butters.
• Beans – Roasted soy beans, peas or chickpeas can be used to make a crunchy, protein-filled snack. Roasted beans are a nice replacement for nuts in salads. Spiced and roasted chickpeas are a great “nut bowl” snack.
• Pretzels – Use pretzels in place of nuts in recipes, like pie crusts and chicken coatings. You can also crush them on top of desserts and ice creams where chopped nuts would go. Did you know that you can also use pretzels to make a faux pecan pie? Pretzels normally contain wheat and/or sesame.
Welcome to our easy and healthy recipes for nut free comfort food. These recipes are delicious – you won’t feel like you’re missing out on any!
25 Min15 Min20 MinEasy Food ProcessorNutrition Per Serving energy 816kjFat 10gPROTEIN 195kcalcarbs 2.9gIngredientsInstructionsHeat oil in pan, add onion and garlic. Gently cook until onion is soft. Add diced chicken breast, stirring until meat is sealed. Place half...