Just because you are looking for a low-gi option does not mean that you cannot have tasty snack as these recipes show.
Great one for the kids, full of hidden vegies and healthy stuff and the kids love the name!!!
This is great bread, although it is more of a cake. The recipe includes carrot, zucchini, walnuts, wholemeal flour and spices.
Ripe bananas, nature's star sweetener, are the basis for this moist, tasty loaf.
This is a combination of 2 dhal recipes that I found. Unlike most dhal recipes, this one does not have any chilli in it. It has become a firm favourite of a few Indian people that I know. Serve with rice and you have a really healthy, filling meal.
These are awesome to start you off for the day, get the metabolism working.
I call this Chilli Non Carne because it has no meat in it. It's a really nice recipe for vegetarians, or for something just a little bit different. The amount of chilli powder is up to you, but this recipe is mildly hot. Really nice served with crusty bread or rice.
These cheese sticks are made with wholemeal and plain flour and Parmesan cheese. They are delicious warm from the oven.
This is a great recipe full of goodness of carbohydrate and protein. I use cans of Tuna or Salmon and Edam cheese to make it even more healthier.
You can make your own tortilla chips as outlined below or of course you can just buy them. This is a very fresh tasting and colourful salsa.
These muffins are perfect for breakfast, providing the energy the body needs in the morning. They are healthy too, using wholemeal flour, wheat germ and raisins.