SEED INSPIRATION

Seeds make a great addition to your diet. They are rich in omega oils, vitamins and minerals, which are essential for a happy, healthy body!

Many people add seeds to smoothies or to trail mix, but there are many more ways you can incorporate seeds into your diet! Seeds can be used whole, crushed, as a paste, and of course, as a pure seed oil.

Here we have ten lovely recipes that contain seeds!

Black Sesame Ice Cream (via nutritionstripped.com)

This dairy-free ice cream is so striking! Sesame seeds help make this dessert super creamy and slightly nutty.

Chocolate & Date Raw Energy Bars (via novicehousewife.com)

These raw, grain-free, gluten-free bars are made from only nuts, fruit and seeds! The perfect afternoon pick-me up!

Dairy Free Mocha Fudge Ice Cream

Black sesame seeds give the chocolate brownies in the ice cream a very satisfying crunch! This recipe is ideal for summer!

Tomato & Basil Sunflower Seed Pate (via oprah.com)

Seeds work so well as a vegan pate! All you need is a strong blender and your favourite vegetables, herbs and spices!

Busy Bee Energy Balls

Hemp seeds work so well in these energy balls! Make sure you get the hulled seeds for a softer consistency!

Poppy Seed Cakes

These delicate poppy seed cakes are the perfect addition to afternoon tea! Simple yet elegant – we’re sure they will be a hit!

Tina's Chia Choc Pudding

We think that chia is amazing. This recipe shows how you can make it into a pudding with just a few ingredients! All the decadence of a chocolate mousse with far less calories!

Roasted Veg and Bean Millet Salad

Seeds make a wonderful dressing as we see with this recipe. We drizzle tahini over this millet salad. The creamy nutty consistency of the tahini complements the roasted vegetables perfectly!

Wheat Grass Refreshing Juice

We love sprouting seeds! This recipe uses sprouted seeds to make a cool, refreshing juice!

Overnight Chocolate & Raspberry Oats (via thebrightonkitchen.wordpress.com)

You can barely tell that this dish contains brown flaxseeds, but it does and they help boost the nutritional benefits of this tasty breakfast dish!