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Join the FREE Food Lover Membership and get auto enrolled on to this course including access to restricted member only resources and pages. We have left Section 1 (Coconut Chronicles open to non-members) and for a limited time Section 2 (Keto Recipes) will be open. Some recipes fall into multiple categories (sections). Section 3 (Healthy Nigerian Recipes); Section 4 (Low Carb Recipes); Section 5 (Back to School Series); Section 6 (Take Out Meals At Home); Section 7 (Bake Like a Pro); Section 8 (Pepper Soup); Section 9 (Budget Meals) and Section 10 (Pineapple Chronicles). Do ensure you join, it is free! Cheers to Continuous Personal Development & being a better you!! Make sure you send us a message making your interest known in order to get approved!
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Healthy Nigerian Recipes
How to Make Nigerian Moin Moin (Skin On)
Ever wondered the purpose of peeling the skin off beans – Purely cosmetic. Skin-on moin moin is the new king with double the fibre of 1/2 cup oatmeal in each moin moin! Keeping you fuller for longer
How to Make Banana Ice Cream without Cream
Frozen creamy banana treat (with absolutely no cream in it)
This is the quick and easy vegetable omelette. A meal complete with all food classes to kick start your metabolism and keep you fuller for longer.
Nigerian Goat (and Cauliflower) Pepper Soup
More Fitfam ways to thicken Nigerian soups – cooked and pureed cauliflower is creamy and could pass for yam any day. At 1/4 the calories and about 1/6 the carbs in yam, Cauliflower is a winner.
Pumpkin Nigerian Beef Pepper soup (Low Carb)
This twist on traditional Nigerian Pepper Soup is so simple and delicious; you won’t believe it’s packed with over 34 grams protein and only 11.3grams carbs per portion.