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Avocado and Sprout Rice Crackers

Avocado and Sprout Rice Crackers

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Avocado and Sprout Rice Crackers

Ingredients:

  • 2 x organic brown rice cakes or paleo crackers
  • ¼ – ½ x avocado
  • 2 x Tbsp sprouts (alfalfa, snow pea sprouts)
  • Lemon juice to drizzle
  • Cracked pepper to season

Method:

Spread avocado between the 2 crackers, sprinkle with sprouts, squeeze a little lemon juice and season with cracked pepper

NB: Carolyn’s tip – add some tahini or nut butter (not peanut) for some extra pazzaz!

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