Recap of the Recipes of The Month for June- August

Posted August 2020

Did you miss June, July, or August recipe of the month? This blog is for you as below there is a recap of these three months.

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Recipe of the Month- June

Using Corn Thins for Breakfast Instead of Toast

Corn Thins slices, beans & egg for breakfast


If you want to treat yourself to a warm breakfast but feel that bread is going to make your body feel heavy, then this is a good swap to try! Using Corn Thins™ slices instead of bread can be a good gluten free option too if you do not have any other bread in the house. One serving size of Corn Thins™ slices are a source of whole grains which means using these instead of bread may be a better choice especially if your pantry is only stocked which refined white bread. Whole grains give your body more fiber as well as valuable nutrition which is removed during the processing in refined grains. This includes B vitamins which support your nervous system function and help you turn the food you eat into energy. Also, iron and zinc which helps your immune function and skin stay healthy and strong.

This breakfast is a great choice for other reasons too. Firstly, it includes protein sources which are not meat based. This is helping the planet as well as your gut health. The protein found in the baked beans contains the type which feeds the good bacteria in your gut. Your gut health is heavily linked to your immune function with 70% of your immune cells located in your gut. Secondly, the eggs and baked beans provide good sources of plant-based iron. Iron is essential for transporting oxygen around your body.

Eggs are also a good source of B12 and choline. These vitamins play a role in making sure your central nervous system works well. Eggs also support the health of your thyroid by supplying the selenium and iodine. Make sure you keep the yolk as this part has vitamin D which allows calcium to be absorbed properly in your body as well as vitamin A. Vitamin A helps your vision stay sharp and also supports a well-functioning immune system. So why not warm yourself up with this recipe of the month which may be more nutritious than the original recipe which you have been using.


Recipe of the Month- July

Crab meat, avocado, lemon and chives

Crab meat, avocardo, lemon & chives on Corn Thins slices



Corn Thins™slices will always be the star ingredient as whole grains reduce your risks of heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, and obesity. Few foods can offer such extensive health benefits! If you include whole grain containing products like Corn Thins™ slices regularly, research has shown you have a lower risk of obesity, as measured by BMI and waist-to-hip ratios. You also support health cholesterol levels. Thanks to the phytochemicals and antioxidants, if you eat three daily servings of whole grains research shows a reduced risk of heart disease by 25-36%, stroke by 37%, Type II diabetes by 21-27%, digestive system cancers by 21-43%, and hormone-related cancers by 10-40%.

Crab meat is a great source of protein with 85g providing 15.4g of protein and only 74 calories. Crab meat is also a good source of B12 needed for normal central nervous system function. Also, minerals like calcium, phosphorus, zinc, and potassium.

Avocados provide more potassium than a banana to support healthy blood pressure. Also, healthy monounsaturated fat, vitamin E which acts like an antioxidant to fight off free radicals. B vitamins which help convert energy from the food you eat and folate. Folate helps to repair and create your DNA.

Lemon will provide vitamin C which supports your immune system and helps your body to create collagen. Collagen is needed for your joints and ligaments as well as your skin to stay youthful. 1 tablespoon of chopped chives provides your body with vitamin K needed to clot blood normally and is part of creating strong bones. Also, folate and vitamin C. Make sure you try this recipe of the month, your body and taste buds will thank you for the choice!


Recipe of the Month: August

Pineapple and Kiwi Corn Thins™ Crumble


Pineapple, kiwi & Corn Thins Crumble


This is a special desert recipe as it cuts away from the standard crumbles you will enjoy. Key nutrition highlights to this desert include the vitamin C from the pineapple. Vitamin C helps maintain an optimal immune function but also is vital for the formation of collagen. Another fruit to mention is kiwi which may improve your mood as a source of serotonin or your ‘happy hormone’. Kiwis are also a great way to keep your gut healthy and can reduce help relieve constipation.


Cinnamon is a great way to add sweetness to the crumble and is known for its anti-inflammatory properties. The oat, flaxseed and Corn Thins™ slices add fiber which helps add a fullness factor you will not normally have in a crumble. This can help with moderation of the desert. Corn Thins™ slices are also a good source of phosphorous, a mineral needed for strong bones and teeth. Also, magnesium needed for normal muscle contractions, zinc required for healthy immune function and copper required for a healthy heart.


Oats are also a great source of the soluble fiber type called Beta Glucan. This fiber type helps to drag out cholesterol from your body and prevents your body from reabsorbing it. Flaxseeds are a good source of healthy fat too which is mostly unsaturated, this supports a healthy cholesterol.


Selecting extra virgin olive oil adds a heart healthy monounsaturated fat but also over 36 different antioxidants. Antioxidants help to fight off free radicals which can cause damage and disease to the cells of your body. If you opt for the traditional Greek yogurt you will be giving your body a healthy dose of calcium. This mineral is needed for normal muscle contractions as well as for strong teeth and bones. Yogurt is also a good source of iodine, required for optimal thyroid function and vitamins D. Vitamin D is the key to allow your body to absorb calcium properly and plays a role in supporting your immune function. It is time to move on from the standard apple crumble for desert and try this unique and winning recipe instead. You will thank yourself for giving this recipe a go!

  • Article By:
    • Ashleigh Felth…