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  • A fun take on the classic Easter egg, these 2-tone eggs are so creamy and smooth! The tahini gives a rich full-bodied flavour and compliments the chocolate so well. They are fairly rich so you won’t have to eat too many before you are satisfied...

  • This is not your typical granola. There are no oats, puffed rice or dried fruit. There is chocolate however, and we’re always excited to start the day with a healthy chocolatey fix! This gluten free mix is a perfect on-the-run breakfast or spri...

  • Hot Cross Scones are the best of both worlds; hot cross buns and scones. There’s nothing like waking up to home baked goods on Easter morning (or any morning in fact!).

  • I forget sometimes how easy soup can be; vegetable, stock, some spice then leave it to boil and blend. When making something this simple I always have a few things on top, something crunchy, something spicy and something creamy. Our Yellow Kale...

  • Millet is one of my favourite gluten free grains with a lovely fluffy texture it substitutes perfectly into recipes in place of couscous. Full of B-vitamins, magnesium and acting as a prebiotic, this fluffy little seed is a must try!

  • Za’atar has to be one of the most versatile spice mixtures I have in my cupboards, I use it sprinkled over roast veggies, salads and in this yummy cracker recipe! Make up a big batch of these crackers and you’ve got snacks covered - pop these i...

  • Over the summer months I start to miss porridge, this lead me to create a raw gluten free porridge alternative that can be enjoyed in the warmer weather. I’ve been noticing lots of Middle Eastern recipes have been really popular lately and in p...

  • Whilst in Turkey I got to enjoy so many beautiful pilafs and salads. One in particular I was never able to part from. It was a delicious salad comprised of mung beans, dried mulberries and other fruits and nuts. It was truly delicious! I had ne...

  • The good thing about this dish is there’s a few ways to cook it, roasted, sautéed or boiled. It's one of those use “whatever veggies you have in the fridge” type dishes, just consider the cooking times and away you go. I think it would work equ...

  • I often roast a whole heap of sweet potato at the start of the week to make for a quick lunch or even add to a smoothie!

  • These are great weekend treat for the kiddies and also as a filling lunchbox snack for school. Kids love adding their favourite toppings and are more likely to eat them if they’ve helped make them!

  • If your child is a fussy eater and getting them to eat their greens is an issue, please don’t feel that you’re alone! Most parents have to navigate this over and over again with different tactics and strategies until their little one develops a...

  • This a a fresh and easy vegetarian burger made by our production staff. We though we would share their comments on why they decided to make the burger for our Monday lunches.

  • This earthy dish is great for some added winter warmth. This dish is not that difficult to make, it just take a little time, attention and regular tasting! The starch released from the rice, together with a rich mushroom stock creates a creamy,...

  • This is a great and really simple recipe I made up after a bit of experimentation. I found hundreds of different approaches to the ubiquitous "bliss ball" on cooking blogs across the length and breadth of the 'net - this is my version!

  • It takes a bit of planning to make this dish, just like it would take some planning to make a really nice stew; sourcing the produce, making the stock, standing by the stove and stirring the pot with love and anticipation. It's the same deal he...

  • This week it's all about replicating a lovely Putanesca with Loving Earth Peruvian Olives, using butternut pumpkin as the pasta. Just make sure the ribbons have been marinated with olive oil and sea salt long enough to break down and become sof...

  • I've recently moved into Carlton North, the Little Italy of Melbourne, and thought a good, thin crust pizza would be great recipe to warm the heart and be colourful to the eyes. Garden Pizza is my little treat to you my wonderful readers, so pu...

  • Make the pizza and this heart-warming beauty together and invite your friends or family over for Sunday brunch...especially if you want to turn them into devilish raw vegans! The best thing about this recipe is Loving Earth's Really Raw Cashews...

  • OK I think you guys got my point about living in Carlton North, the infamous Little Italy of Melbourne...but this is really one of the last dehydrated recipes that you are going to see for some time, as now we're approaching spring! Oh, spring!...

  • Since we've covered some basic staples over the past month, it's now time to put them to use! Last week we talked about fermented tree-based cream...now you have a chance to use it in this gorgeous risotto recipe. If you have the time, please ...

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