Sunflower seeds are insanely delicious AND nutritious. They’re super easy and affordable to make.
1. Soak 1 cup (or more!) of sunflower seeds in water overnight.
2. Strain and rinse them the next day, then pour out onto a lined baking tray and sprinkle with turmeric powder and dried garlic granules (or powder).
3. Pop in a pre-heated oven at 150C (300F) and roast for 20 minutes.
4. Remove once ready and leave to cool, then use to top salads and soups – eat them anytime you need a little crunch!
These little golden seeds of deliciousness are loaded with Vitamin E, Copper, B-Vitamins including thiamine, phosphorus and selenium, PLUS, they’re packed with fantastic plant protein – 1oz (28g) = 5g of protein!
Danielle Shine is a Natural Foods Chef, yoga-loving wife of a talented artist. She writes regularly about health, happiness and food so we can all shine together. Through her love of cooking, she would like to inspire you to prepare, eat and enjoy real food – not stuff that comes in packets with unpronounceable names.
I’m a Natural Foods Chef, yoga-loving wife of a talented artist. Writing regularly about health, happiness and food so we can shine together.
My qualifications include –
Natural Foods Chef (Natural Gourmet Institute), New York City
Integrative Nutritionist Health Coach (Institute of Integrative Nutrition)
Vinyasa Flow Yoga (Yoga Trinity Australia)
Personal Trainer (Australian Institute of Fitness)
Bachelor or Communication, Public Relations and Management (University of Canberra, ACT)