Passionfruit, coconut and banana bread

Who said sweet things can't be healthy? This recipe is packed full of fibre from the coconut, oats, and passionfruit seeds. I've adapted this recipe from another so I can't take credit for "inventing" this one but it's really tasty just the same. Give a try and let me know what you think! Passionfruit, coconut and banana bread Adapted from a recipe at: Makes 1 loaf Ingredients 265g Self raising flour 40g plain flour 1 tsp Dutch cinnamon 125g brown sugar 110ml milk 2 lightly beaten eggs 50g melted butter 2 over ripe mashed bananas 10 passionfruit 50g rolled oats 50g shredded coconut Method Preheat oven to 180°C. Spray a bread tin lightly with spray oil and line with b

Mediterranean style lamb

This was a Sunday night dinner I cooked last week. Lean red meat is an excellent source of iron and protein and should be included into your diet once or twice a week, iron helps to keep your energy up and the protein component ensures you retain your lean muscle mass. Once you reach your mid 40s we all experience a slow loss of our lean body muscle, that's why it's important to stay active and eat well to ensure you live a long & healthy life. BBQd lamb loin chop with eggplant relish, grilled sweet potato, broccolini & cous cous Ingredients (serves 2) 2 lamb loin chops 4 small rounds of sweet potato with the skin on 4 broccolini 125g cous cous 1 Tbsp toasted pine nuts 1 tsp turmeric 1 tsp c

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