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RECIPE: NUTREAT Scrambled Eggs

RECIPE: NUTREAT Scrambled Eggs

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RECIPE: NUTREAT Scrambled Eggs

Nutreat Pro40 can provide a quick and easy way to help fill the gaps you might be worried about in your child’s every day diet.

For children following a specialised diet including vegetarian or vegan diets, for fussy eaters who just flat out refuse to eat meat, or parents looking for peace of mind that their children are getting all the vitamins and nutrients they need to grow up healthy and strong, this Nutreat Pro40 Scrambled Eggs for breakfast, lunch or dinner can help your family meet daily protein requirements.

1 scoop of Nutreat Pro40 has the intake equivalent of: 

  • Protein of 3 eggs
  • Energy of 2 slices wholegrain bread
  • Carbs of 1 potato
  • Vitamin D3 of 80g salmon
  • Calcium of 200g tub yogurt
  • Iron of 85g sirloin steak
  • Zinc of 1/2 cup baked beans

Nutreat Pro40 Scrambled Eggs

Ingredients

  • 4 scoops (160g) Nutreat Pro 40 powder
  • 8 eggs
  • 1/2 cup (125ml) full cream milk
  • 1 tablespoon (20g) butter
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Method

Stove top

  1. Whisk together Pro 40 powder, eggs, milk, salt & pepper
  2. Over gentle heat melt butter in saucepan & add egg mixture
  3. Lift & fold until all the mixture is cooked

Microwave

  1. Whisk together Pro 40 powder, eggs, milk, salt & pepper in a microwave safe bowl
  2. Cover bowl and microwave for 1 minute
  3. Remove and stir
  4. Repeat until cooked through

For more recipes or information about protein supplementation for families:

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RECIPE: Chocolate Mousse, toasted almond and berry tart

RECIPE: Chocolate Mousse, toasted almond and berry tart

chocolate mousse tart

RECIPE: Chocolate Mousse, toasted almond and berry tart

The Adelaide Central Market has shared with us this perfect Mother’s Day (or…let’s be honest, any day!) indulgence. With a toasted almond base, smooth dark and milk chocolate mousse filling, topped with seasonal berries, this is a sweet treat made for mum!

INGREDIENTS

Crust

2 cups raw almonds
1/4 cup golden caster sugar
60g unsalted butter, melted
1 tsp vanilla extract

Mousse

150 g good quality dark chocolate
150 g good quality milk chocolate
3 eggs (at room temperature)
¼ cup caster sugar
300ml pure cream

Topping

300 g mixed berries

METHOD

1. Preheat oven to 180°C (160°C fan-forced), lightly grease a 25cm round loose bottom fluted tart tin and line the base with baking paper.
2. Place almonds and sugar in a food processor, pulsing until mixture resembles a fine crumb.
3. Add melted butter and vanilla extract, pulsing until mixture is well combined and starts coming together.
4. Pour almond mixture into prepared tart tin, pressing firmly and evenly into the bottom and sides of the tin.
5. Place tart tin on a baking tray in preheated oven and bake for 15 minutes.
6. Remove the tart shell from oven and allow to cool completely.
7. For the chocolate mousse, pour boiling water into a large saucepan, about a quarter full and sit a large bowl on top, making sure the bottom does not touch the water.
8. Add chocolate, stirring occasionally until chocolate melts. Remove bowl from heat and allow to cool slightly.
9. Place eggs and sugar together in a large mixing bowl and beat with an electric mixer until thick and mousse like.
10. Add egg mixture to the melted chocolate, folding gently to combine.
11. In a large clean mixing bowl, whisk cream using an electric mixer until soft peaks form.
12. Add a third of the whipped cream to the chocolate mixture, folding gently to combine, to help loosen the mixture. Add remaining cream, folding gently until combined.
13. To assemble tart, spoon chocolate mousse into the cooled tart shell, spreading evenly with the back of the spoon.
14. Place in refrigerator and chill for 2 hours, to allow mousse to set.

To serve, top with fresh mixed berries.

For more Adelaide Central Market recipes: 
adelaidecentralmarket.com.au

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RECIPE: Caramelised pear and ginger crumble

RECIPE: Caramelised pear and ginger crumble

caramelised pear and ginger crumble

RECIPE: Caramelised pear and ginger crumble

With the cooler weather on its way, there’s no better time for a winter warming dessert – and it doesn’t get much more delicious than this caramelised pear and ginger crumble from the Adelaide Central Market.

INGREDIENTS

½ cup caster sugar
¼ cup verjuice
1 cinnamon stick
1 tbsp chopped glace ginger
6 Beur Bosc pears, peeled, cored & cut into chunks

CRUMBLE

125g plain flour
125g unsalted butter
125g brown sugar
¼ cup rolled oats
¼ cup shredded coconut
1 tsp ground ginger

METHOD

1. Preheat oven to 180°C (160°C fan-forced).
2. In a medium saucepan, place sugar, dessert wine & verjuice together over a low heat, stirring until sugar dissolves.
3. Bring mixture to the boil, before adding cinnamon, ginger & pear. Simmer for 4 minutes, then remove from heat.
4. For the crumble, rub the flour, butter, sugar, oats, coconut & ginger together until mixture is well combined & looks like coarse breadcrumbs.
5. Pour the fruit mixture into a large ovenproof dish or six individual ones & sprinkle over the crumble.
6. Place baking dish on an oven tray & bake in preheated oven for 30 minutes.

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adelaidecentralmarket.com.au

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RECIPE: Andy Allen’s Cauliflower Mac and Cheese

RECIPE: Andy Allen’s Cauliflower Mac and Cheese

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Andy Allen’s Cauliflower Mac and Cheese

MasterChef Australia alumni and season four winner, Andy Allen, is the epitome of what television’s greatest cooking show is all about. Before entering the competition as a MasterChef Australia contestant in 2012, Andy was an electrician, but would relish taking time after work to cook for whoever was home and hungry. On most weekends you could find him hosting a BBQ or lunch for mates, and it was a dare from one of those friends to apply for MasterChef Australia, which made him take the plunge.

It took being immersed in the MasterChef kitchen for Andy to realise how much he truly adored food, and that this was where his passion lay. After winning the coveted competition, he took stock of where he wanted to go with his new career, realising he had so much more to discover and desperate to push himself even further.

In 2020, Andy became a judge on MasterChef Australia and Junior MasterChef Australia alongside Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo.

Andy’s love for food revolves around knowing where his produce comes from, being as sustainable as possible and making sure each dish is bursting with flavour.

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Masterchef Australia S13, Episode 7

In tonight’s episode of MasterChef contestants will be required to master Massimo Buttura’s take on a classic Mac and Cheese dish! Masterchef Judge and former contestant (and winner) Andy Allen has shared with us his own Cauliflower Mac and Cheese recipe, which isn’t quite as difficult as the dish the contestants on the show will be attempting, as a fun option for families to try at home!

Andy Allen’s Cauliflower Mac and Cheese

cauliflower mac and cheese recipe

Ingredients

Half a head of cauliflower

1tbs extra virgin olive oil

30g unsalted butter

1 leek, white part only roughly diced

1 garlic clove, peeled and sliced

4 thyme sprigs, leaves removed from stems

500ml full cream milk

100g smoked cheddar

50g gruyere cheese

4 anchovy fillets

Juice of half a lemon

200g cooked macaroni pasta

10g chopped parsley

Salt and pepper to taste

Cauliflower crumb

6 or so reserved cauliflower pieces

20 Parmigiano reggiano, grated

10g breadcrumbs

2 thyme sprigs, leaves removed

Zest of half a lemon

Salt and pepper to taste

Method:

Pre heat your oven to 250 degrees.

Place a medium sized saucepan over a medium heat. Add the butter and olive oil and once they’re warm throw in the diced leek. Sweat the leek down, making sure you don’t colour, for 10 minutes or until soft.

Cut the cauliflower away from the core and cut into small florets about the size of a 20cm piece. Place two thirds of the florets onto a roasting tray, drizzle with a good amount of olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Place the tray into the preheated oven at 250 degrees and roast for 10 minutes. The cauliflower should be nice and caramelised and slightly charred when it’s done. Separate 6 or so of the smaller florets and set aside for the crumb on top. Once the cauliflower is cooked, change the oven setting to grill and reduce to 180 degrees.

While the cauliflower is in the oven, finely slice up the core of the cauliflower and the left over florets and add it to the softened leek along with the garlic, thyme leaves and milk. Bring the mixture to a simmer and let tick away for 20 minutes or until the cauliflower has softened. Stir in the anchovy fillets and then transfer the mixture to a blender and puree until smooth. Return the puree back to the saucepan and place over a low heat. Add the gruyere, smoked cheddar and stir until they’ve melted through the mixture. Season with salt, pepper and lemon juice.

Next pour the cauliflower and cheese puree over cauliflower florets and macaroni and stir through the chopped parsley. Check the seasoning before transferring it to your baking dish.

Mix all the ingredients together for the crumb and then scatter over the top of the mac and cheese mix. Place baking dish under the grill for 5-10 minutes or until the crumb on top is golden brown.

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RECIPE: NUTREAT Banana Protein Smoothie

RECIPE: NUTREAT Banana Protein Smoothie

nutreat banana smoothie

RECIPE: NUTREAT Banana Protein Smoothie

Nutreat Pro40 can provide a quick and easy way to help fill the gaps you might be worried about in your child’s every day diet.

For children following a specialised diet including vegetarian or vegan diets, for fussy eaters who just flat out refuse to eat meat, or parents looking for peace of mind that their children are getting all the vitamins and nutrients they need to grow up healthy and strong, this Nutreat Pro40 Banana Smoothie for breakfast or a daytime snack can help you meet daily protein requirements.

1 scoop of Nutreat Pro40 has the intake equivalent of: 

  • Protein of 3 eggs
  • Energy of 2 slices wholegrain bread
  • Carbs of 1 potato
  • Vitamin D3 of 80g salmon
  • Calcium of 200g tub yogurt
  • Iron of 85g sirloin steak
  • Zinc of 1/2 cup baked beans

Nutreat Pro40 Banana Smoothie

Ingredients

  • 2 scoops (80g) Nutreat Pro 40 powder
  • 1 cup (250ml) full cream milk
  • 1 ½ cups chopped banana

Method

1. Blend together all ingredients until smooth (you might like to freeze the banana first for a thicker consistency!)

2. Pour mixture into 2 glasses and enjoy!

For more recipes or information about protein supplementation for families:

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Nutreat Pro40 and Supplementation in Kids and Teens

Do you have an active child or a picky eater? Are you concerned whether your little one is getting the nutrition that they need?

So many of us have experienced that kiddo who only wants to eat plain pasta with cheese for dinner every night and, in turn, wondered how we can ensure they’re still getting the important nutrients that contribute to their mental and physical health, growth and immunity.

Is your child getting enough protein?

A well-balanced diet is fundamental in helping children grow and develop at the appropriate rate through each stage of life. Children need a positive energy balance and the correct range of nutrients to support their immune system and promote overall wellbeing. Establishing healthy eating habits early in life will help children to eat well and reduce their risk of chronic disease when they become adults.

Nutreat Pro40 can provide a quick and easy way to help fill the gaps you might be worried about in your child’s every day diet. For children following a specialised diet including vegetarian or vegan diets, for fussy eaters who just flat out refuse to eat meat, or parents looking for peace of mind that their children are getting all the vitamins and nutrients they need to grow up healthy and strong, having a Pro40 smoothie or shake can help them to meet their protein requirements.

Nutreat Pro40 is also temperature stable so can be added to either hot or cold foods and drinks and won’t change the taste!

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Protein for healthy growth and development

Protein is an essential macronutrient vital for brain development, organ function, muscle growth and repair and maintaining a healthy immune system. Obtaining adequate protein is particularly important throughout infancy, childhood and adolescence due to the demands of growth and development.

Both the quality and quantity of protein are important to meet the needs of children during childhood and adolescence.  Animal-rich protein sources include eggs, dairy products (milk, cheese, yoghurt), poultry, fish, and beef which can ensure that a child gets nutrients including iron, zinc, vitamin B12, calcium, and omega-3 fatty acids. Protein-rich plant foods including tofu, lentils, legumes, nuts, seeds, nut butters, quinoa and brown rice, can contribute to total protein intake and can increase children’s dietary fibre intake.

Protein recommendations for children and adolescents by age and gender

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Protein supplementation for families

Did you know many protein powders on the market are unsuitable for children as they contain sweeteners, fillers, additives and stimulants?

Nutreat Pro40 is a natural, easily digestible protein-based nutrition supplement free from unnecessary fillers, gluten, caffeine, additives and extras and provides all of the essential amino acids that the body needs for optimum health.

Some protein powders provide 80 grams of protein per serving. This is considerably more than a growing child needs in one day, let alone in one serving! One serve of Nutreat Pro40 (40 grams) provides 16 grams of complete protein (the equivalent of 3 medium sized eggs) and 20 essential vitamins and minerals to assist with meeting nutrition requirements.

Fill the gaps in your child’s diet

If you have an active child, picky eater or are concerned whether your child is getting the nutrition that they need, Nutreat Pro40 can provide a quick and easy way to help fill those gaps and can be added to a wide range of hot and cold food and drinks with a neutral flavour that won’t change the taste. Simple!

To find out more about how you can ensure that your whole family gets the daily nutrition you all need, with this dietician backed formula:
nutreat.com.au

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