Recipes — egg free

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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Pear Chutney + Vegan Chive Dressing

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Pear Chutney + Vegan Chive Dressing

Sauces, spreads, dressings and chutney....what would this world be without them. Offering a 'flavour delight' to an otherwise boring meal, sauces certainly bring flavour to a dish. But for those prone, to skin flares, they may also bring more then what we bargained for such as itchy skin, flare-ups, stomach upsets and headaches.                Many store-bought sauces contain ingredients high in itch promoting food chemicals such as salicylates, MSG and amines. Therefore, these are not an option for many following my Eczema Detox programs which exclude ingredients that have been shown in research to be quite problematic for may...

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Vegetable Grazing Platter (with Eczema Friendly Ingredients)

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Vegetable Grazing Platter (with Eczema Friendly Ingredients)

Sunsets, beautiful views and a delicious grazing platter is what I would call a pretty perfect afternoon. However, cheese and meat platters with spicy dips is not the best option if you have eczema or any other skin complaint! So if you have a BBQ or picnic coming up, we think this pretty vegetable platter (featuring foods from the Eczema Detox) is the perfect entertaining snack replacement. It boasts beautiful fresh vegetables, healthy dips, and a few fun tempura treats to keep you satisfied. Just make sure there is enough to go around because I bet your friends will be reaching for your colourful eczema-friendly veggies and dips. ...

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Gluten-Free Homemade Gummies (with Eczema Friendly Ingredients)

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Gluten-Free Homemade Gummies (with Eczema Friendly Ingredients)

I have seen healthy gummy bears around for years but never actually attempted to make them, so we thought it was about time to test them out! What we were excited to discover is that they are actually very simple to make, as well as a tasty alternative to sugar-laden lollies. My absolute favourite thing about these gummies (besides the yummy flavour), is they are a fantastic way to sneak in a scoop of Skin Friend AM or PM for fussy kiddies.  These little gummies use ingredients featured in the Eczema Detox. The health benefits: Gelatin (which is made from cooking collagen) is very...

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Vegan Carob Mylk Easter Eggs (two ways)

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Vegan Carob Mylk Easter Eggs (two ways)

Easter is just around the corner, and the supermarket shelves are already stocked with hot cross buns and endless varieties of sugar-laden Easter Eggs.           This Easter, I wanted to make sure our sensitive folk (who can merely look at a hot cross bun and feel a flare coming on) had some yummy alternatives to enjoy. So we have two Easter egg options which use ingredients from Karen Fischer's Eczema Detox programs.         These two recipes feature carob powder which I love as an alternative to cocoa (or cacao powder) for those prone to skin issues. The...

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