Here are some of my favorite migraine diet recipes for you to savor and enjoy. And best of all feel SAFE while eating these.
Always omit or substitute an ingredient that is a known migraine trigger for you. We are all different, but there will be no gluten, dairy, sugar or chocolate in these recipes.
Good old fashioned scrambled eggs are yummy and quick!
OK this one is too easy – but it is migraine friendly and full of protein!
Take 2 organic eggs, put in a bowl. Get a fork and add the 2 tablespoons of spring water and sea salt. Swish the eggs with the water mixture using the fork until it is all mixed together.
Now here comes the secret:
Use 1 tablespoon of butter to melt in your pan to cook the egg in.
And put the other tablespoon in after you put the eggs in the pot. Let the knob of butter sit there until you need to fold or stir the eggs.
Cook until you prefer – runny or dry. And eat.
You can also fry some left over potatoes from the night before (but not older!) and sprinkle it all with green onions.
Preparation time 30+ minutes
Cooking time 20 minutes
1. Wash and boil quinoa, sugar, cinnamon stick, and sultanas in twice the water (similar to rice) for 15-20 minutes. Fluff and let steam.
2. Eat for breakfast by adding rice milk, and any topping you like.
3. For desert – add ¼ can of coconut cream while it is still hot, so the quinoa absorbs the cream.
4. You can add shredded coconut, sunflower seeds, or top with cinnamon and pepitas.
This can be served hot or cold.
1 Cup of Quinoa requires 2 cups of water, just like cooking rice.
Makes 4 small 155gram containers.
Options: dried fruit of any kind instead of raisins: cranberries, blueberries, apricot.
If you'd like try serving hot with cold topping of mango slices and extra coconut cream as a desert.
Try maple syrup too.
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