Ulu Hye – Mylk Base

I recently purchased some Nut Mylk Base from Ulu Hye to try for my family. As non dairy milk drinkers in our household, we were going through so many cartons of organic Almond or Coconut Milk. I not only wanted to be more eco friendly with using less wastage, but I wanted to be more cost efficient too. The Ulu Hye range is great value for money as well as one jar makes 10litres. Plus you can use the jar again as it’s the great size to take your breakie to work in. The almond milk we were buying from the health store cost us a fortune, even with organic ingredients the ingredients list was still not great. So I was excited to find Ulu Hye after trying it in my Secret Organics Box.

As you know I love to create recipes with different products, if I love them I love to showcase them with you all. So here are 5 ways I have loved using the Nut or Hemp Mylk…

But first a little bit about the the peeps behind this amazing biz….

Heidi Peuten and Vasia Vogias are the founders of Ulu Hye and their signature product Nut Mylk Base. Nut Mylk Base is a concentrated nut milk, allowing people to make fresh nut milk in the comfort of their home and in only 1 minute. 1 jar makes 10 litres of milk, reducing landfill of 10 cartons, minimising the damaging effect on landfill that long life cartons are currently contributing. Nut Mylk Base and Hemp Mylk Base use Australian Certified Organic ingredients, where possible, and has been holistically created bringing a dairy alternative that is not only better for you but better for the environment.

Founded in the Northern Beaches of Sydney, Heidi and Vasia created this concept with a strong focus on health and sustainability.

Both Vasia and Heidi would go through cartons of non-dairy milks per week and were disturbed by the amount of waste they were contributing together. As a result, they created a Mylk Base that they could then add to water, blend and enjoy as a delicious non-dairy milk whenever they wanted. With backgrounds in business and naturopathy, the duo decided to share their passion for health and the environment, through launching products that can contribute to reducing our overall carbon footprint on a global level.

Five ways I have loved to use their Nut or Hemp Mylk…

1. To make bliss balls. I just added a few tablespoons to my favourite cacao blissball mixture. YUM 😋.

2. In smoothies. I just mix in a teaspoon of the hemp or nut Mylk base and just add my favourite smoothie ingredients with some filtered water.

3. In my daily coffee. I make up a few litres of Nut Mylk in the fridge so it’s good to go. Today I made an iced latte with it. Delish!

4. To add to my overnight oats base mixture.

5. In our favourite meals. Here I added it to our daily pancakes and also made healthy Mac and Cashew Cheese.

Want more from Ulu Hye?

Website – https://www.uluhye.com.au/

Instagram- www.instagram.com/ulu_hye

Baby Hulk Pancakes

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Today I created a little pancake recipe for Cruz.  I named them “BABY HULK PANCAKES”. He loved them. They are soft and swishy in texture. Easy for him to digest too.

 

Recipe:

30g organic oats.
1/2 a banana.
1 handful of baby spinach leaves.
2 egg whites.
10mls of water.

Blend for 30 seconds. I used a Omniblender

Then pour in fry pan to cook 8-10 small pancakes.

This does 2-3 days worth.

You can freeze too.
Enjoy bubbas.
If mummas want this too just eat the whole serving in the recipe.

Alice In Healthyland

xoxo

 

Lactation Boosters. 

This morning I woke up and decided to make a smoothie. Everyday I constantly think in my head, what can I eat to assist with feeding my baby. I usually have smoothies for breakfast as I can add quite a bit of ingredients to them and eat on the go or quickly. This is my recipe that I used.   
My breakfast smoothie topped with @the.milk.pantry Mumma Muesli. 
Smoothie – 1/2 frozen banana, 3 tbsp vanilla protein, 50g frozen blueberries, 50mls coconut water and a whole lot of crushed ice. Mixed in my mix and go blender. You can top with muesli of choice. 

Now to my breastfeeding mums or mummy to be’s YES I take something to help my supply everyday. I find it truly helps to boost that bit extra when I feel my milk in low. Now I know sometimes it might not be the case, some LC state that your supply is always there for your baby but I truly believe these boosters not only bring my milk in for Cruz to have a field day with, but boost my confidence with feeding too. 

I currently take a Milk and Cookies by Jewels bliss balls everyday, either as a snack or as a dessert at night. I have been taking these now since Cruz was 4 weeks old. Addicted! Occasionally I get treated to one of Jewel’s Chocolate Cherry lactation cookies. 🙌🏼🙈 Yum! 

 I have also brought some of The Milk Pantry  Mumma muesli to enjoy on my on top of my smoothies. It’s very crunchy and filled with lots of organic goodness. Perfect to add a bit more good calories to my breakfast too.

   
 

Both companies have been a absolute pleasure to buy from online. Great at responding to any questions you might have and fast delivery. Both businesses are run by super women! Inspiring other mummas to live their best life with their babies and children. Thank you for both having an impact on my life and my little Cruz. 

I am currently a brand rep for Milk and Cookies by Jewels and if you would like 10% discount on future purchases please use the CODE – ALICE10 at the checkout. 

  
    

To my bottle feeding mamas! You are also doing amazing! Motherhood is an amazing journey we are all on together. I am proud to be apart of your sisterhood. One Love! 

Breakfast Pizza.

  

My green breakfast pizza! 

Such an easy fast, nutritious breakfast X 

Heat 1/2 tsp coconut oil in the pan.

In the mix and go put 30g oats, 1 egg, 1 silver beat leaf or spinach, 1/2 scoop vanilla protein, pinch cinnamon. Blend and the pour into the pan to make one big base.

Topping – 2 tbsp full fat Greek yogurt( I use full fat everything) 1/2 tsp maple. Mix and spread on base.

I sprinkled the.milk.pantry muesli (you can use whatever) and berries. 

I am using the.milk.pantry muesli as it contains certain a ingredients that assist me with lactation, for breastfeeding. 

Serve immediately. Cut into 6 slices. Enjoy the whole lot! 

Cauliflower Pizza

Need a idea for something delicious for weekend dinners?
Cauliflower Pizza 

Base – half a small cauliflower, 50g raw oats, 30g almond meal, 1 egg, 1 tbsp organic olive oil, 30mls coconut water. Blend.

Bake on 180 degrees for 25minutes.
Topping – tin tomatoes, grated low fat cheese, cooked sweet potato, spinach leaves, cooked chicken breast. 

Bake for a further 15minutes.
Bases can be pre prepared and frozen for the future.
#showmehowyouhealthy #aliceinhealthyland #nosugarchallenge 

 

Zucchini Gluten Free Bread

Zucchini gluten free bread
Zucchini gluten free bread
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Want a delicious bread that isn’t harsh on your digestive system.. It actually aids digestion.

Last week I was out to breakfast with @chloeawilson got offered zucchini bread with our meal. I promised Miss Chloe I would recreate a zucchini bread recipe.
This is what I come up with.. It taste amazing!! Haha.. I may have changed it up a little but taste amazing.. 🙌🏼🍞🍆🍅

Recipe –

1 cup steel cut oats
1/2 cup almonds (could use and nuts or none at all)
1/2 cup almond milk (any milk you prefer)
1/2 cup coconut flour (alternative spelt, buckwheat flour)
2 tbsp mixed herbs
1 tbsp oregano
2 Cherry tomatoes
2 zucchini
1/4 cup macadamia oil
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
3 eggs (could use chia egg?)
Pinch pink salt
Pinch of black pepper
1/2 teaspoon garlic
1 teaspoon turmeric
Blitz all ingredients in my blender
Poured in loaf tin

Baked on 180 for 50min.
Enjoy warm or allow to cool for a salad sandwich! 🍞🍴🍆

Zoodles!

Zucchini pasta with homemade pesto.

Make Zoodles with the spirilizer.

Pesto is so easy to create, basil, fresh garlic, almonds and cold pressed oil of your choice – blitz it all and pour into your jar. Only need a tablespoon to coast the pasta.

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