Recipes — dairy free

Vegan Carob Brownies

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Vegan Carob Brownies

National brownie day is...well not actually until the 8th of December, so we are a little premature here. But who can wait when this delicious brownie alternative is ready to go.        The standard brownie recipe typically contains chocolate, wheat flour, sugar, butter and eggs. Which, if you are suffering from skin conditions can be problematic for your sensitive skin (and leave you with a bad flare).         So, we have searched to find an alternative that is still sweet, moist and delicious and uses ingredients featured in the Eczema Detox programs.  This tasty recipe comes from one of...

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Loaded Sweet Potato Fries (with Eczema Friendly Ingredients)

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Loaded Sweet Potato Fries (with Eczema Friendly Ingredients)

This eczema friendly take on loaded sweet potato fries substitutes 'itch promoting salicylates (typically found in Mexican foods such as tomatoes and spices), for alkalising cabbage, high fibre beans, vegan cashew cream and anti-inflammatory spring onion. This dish will be loved by all the family for an easy weeknight meal and perfect for lunch the following day. The health benefits: Spring onions (also known as shallots and scallions in some countries) are a part of the onion family and contain histamine lowering, anti-inflammatory quercetin which can help reduce allergies. Like garlic, spring onions also possess antioxidants that convert to allicin when crushed or cut. Allicin...

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Vegan Mozzarella for The Eczema Detox Program

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Vegan Mozzarella for The Eczema Detox Program

This vegan mozzarella recipe is a MUST try (if you are not allergic to cashews!). It is simple to make and so so tasty. Cashews are a great alternative to using cheese when following The Eczema Detox as dairy is the second most common allergy food seen in eczema sufferers (after egg).  This cashew mozzarella is dairy free, low in food chemicals and has a similar texture to normal mozzarella, what more could you want.  The health benefits: Cashews are rich in skin-supporting minerals including manganese, magnesium and zinc. A quarter of a cup (about 40 g) of cashews supplies 98 per cent of...

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Chicken and Hummus Bowl with Flatbread and Sweet Potato

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Chicken and Hummus Bowl with Flatbread and Sweet Potato

All your favourite things in one bowl, what more could you want in one recipe. This dish makes the perfect midweek dinner and features ingredients from my Eczema Detox Program packed with nutrients for skin health that are full of flavour.   The health benefits: Sweet potatoes are rich in vitamins C and B, manganese and beta-carotene which is an important antioxidant that can increase your skin's hydration and improve the health of your skin. Beta carotene is converted to vitamin A in the body which encourages skin cell turnover. Chickpeas are packed with protein and provide a great source of insoluble fibre which helps to keep your gut...

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Healthy smoothies - 4 different flavours

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Healthy smoothies  - 4 different flavours

Here are 4 new smoothie recipes for you to enjoy featuring ingredients from the Eczema Detox programs. Many healthy smoothie recipes online look divine but may not be suitable for those suffering from skin conditions. These smoothies all offer something a little different so keep reading to find your new favourite recipe.          The health benefits: Celery is highly alkalizing which can be beneficial in helping to effectively remove salicylates from the body. Researchers have found when the urine pH exceeds an alkaline reading of 7.5, more salicylates are eliminated than reabsorbed, and three times the amount of salicylates...

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