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  • Packed full of nothing but the good stuff, so tasty even the little ones will enjoy this combo!
    Add your favorite protein or perfect as is for a light meal

  • Creamy soup is always a winner this time of the year. Topped with a baked crunchy topping to add texture, flavour, and some extra plant based protein, makes this a complete perfect dinner.

  • Ice cream really feels like the ultimate indulgence; creamy, smooth, rich and sweet! To me it’s the holy grail of desserts. It’s so nice to make a healthier version at home that doesn’t require an ice cream maker!

  • The Jain diet is a non violent diet originating out of Indian, where kindness and compassion flourish. This breakfast meal takes much of this into considering, whilst also making great use of Indian herbs and spices. It is the perfect solution ...

  • This warm salad is a celebration of some of the great produce we get in the cooler months. Sweet and tart balsamic roasted pears and colourful carrots, with chewy buckwheat, fresh dill and crunchy walnuts. I use a combination of purple and oran...

  • In the tradition of Mexican chocolate mole, this is a vegetarian chilli not lacking in flavour like some others. Please don't shy away from the use of dark chocolate here - it gives a delicious depth of flavour, imparting an earthy bitterness t...

  • It’s a Choc Banana Peanut Butter Chia Pudding!! Calling all Peanut Butter addicts out there!! This recipe is so unbelievably delicious and is a peanut butter lover’s dream come true! It’s just so inviting! Dig in with a big spoon and make sure ...

  • Amaranth is a nutritious seed, full of protein, dietary fibre, essential amino acids, calcium and minerals such as iron, magnesium and manganese. It is a fantastic gluten free breakfast alternative to oat or quinoa porridge with a sweet, nutty ...

  • I'm all about the breakfast salad and am so delighted to see them popping up on lots of Melbourne breakfast menus. Making up a big batch of mason jar salads doesn't just have to be for lunch - you can also be super organised and have breakfast ...

  • As much as I love sweet breakfasts, I really crave savoury breakfasts in the morning. By starting my day like this I find that I have less sugar cravings during the day as my blood sugar is more constant. It's super important to buy organically...

  • I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love a delicious sticky date pudding. There is nothing more satisfying then sticking your spoon into a warm pudding and having it crumble in your mouth. Whilst this isn’t completely like the beautiful date puddin...

  • Middle Eastern cuisine is very close to my heart, and Za'atar spice sits on my kitchen bench next to the salt and pepper as I always seem to be using it in my cooking. It's amazing to sprinkle on roast vegetables, salads or even on top of prote...

  • This Japanese inspired salad is both nutritious and satisfying. Combining crunchy pickled vegetables, red rice, fresh avocado with moreish tempeh and creamy wasabi mayo. An explorative feast for both the eyes and tastebuds.

  • The temperature dropped after a scorcher of a weekend, so today was a great excuse to make this recipe that I have wanted to try for a while. Traditionally the Kofta’s are made from paneer cheese, but I substituted this for roasted sweet potato...

  • Sweet potatoes make the best muesli bars. These beauties are delicious and are especially amazing when eaten straight from the freezer.

  • Crepes are a dessert favourite and when they're this healthy, they should be a lunchbox favourite too. Play with the fillings and have some fun. These are especially great with peanut butter and coconut chips.

  • Perfect, nut-free bliss balls the kids will love. Carob is packed with iron, which helps to transport blood around the body, keeping you alert and focused. A perfect addition to anyone's lunchbox.

  • Once again taking the inspiration from the great Ottolenghi, today’s lunch is an interesting combination of tart, sweet and salty with roasted cauliflower, celery, currants and capers. All of the added goodness means you don’t need much pasta, ...

  • Everyone knows that there is nothing like a good burger, and these sweet potato chickpea patties are a lovely excuse to eat burgers as often as you want ! Made from purely wholesome ingredients, load them up with your favourite burger toppings ...

  • These Asian inspired summer rolls are perfect for a light, fresh meal or snack. While these are filled with carrot, cucumber, bean sprouts, capsicum, avocado, fresh herbs, rice noodles and crushed peanuts, feel free to add whatever vegetables a...

  • Well, it’s sort of a macro bowl. When I think of this type of dish I imagine a diverse combination of simple, colourful and healthy flavours; cooked, pickled, blanched and raw. For this version, the ‘falafels’ are made from soaked buckwheat, ch...

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