Berry Chia Jam

Berry Chia Jam

Chia jam is one of those things that I like to make every now and then to add to oats, buckwheat pancakes, or as a tasty layer to a chia puddings. A great refined free alternative to traditional jam, this is baby is packed full of goodness including omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, fibre, iron, and calcium. 

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Choc Dipped Raw Cross Buns

Choc Dipped Raw Cross Buns

The secret is out! Just in time for Easter, try your hand at our choc dipped raw cross buns. These were an absolute hit back when we had our beloved kitchen. They're just the perfect blend of chunky fruit, spices, texture and sweetness to treat yourself and your loved ones this Easter.

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April 10, 2017

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Creamy Mushroom and Chestnut Soup

Creamy Mushroom and Chestnut Soup

Rich and creamy, this soup is delicious and oh so satisfying. This heavenly concoction is reminiscent of the French Velouté de Châtaignes (aka Cream of chestnut soup, but it sounds so much more exotic in French N'est-ce pas?)

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February 20, 2017

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Curried Lentil + Spinach Soup

Curried Lentil + Spinach Soup

Hearty, warming, with a hint of spice, this soup is easy to make, and great for the work lunch mix.

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No Fuss Chia Parfait

No Fuss Chia Parfait

These babies are the best thing to stock up on for quick breakfasts throughout the week. They're healthy, light and the perfect summer breaky.

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August 05, 2016

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25 Toddler Friendly Meal Ideas

25 Toddler Friendly Meal Ideas

Feeding your toddler can be challenging at the best of times, not to mention if you have a fussy eater. So many mothers, myself included, pull their hair out wondering if their kids are getting enough nutrition into their tiny bodies. Check out these recipe ideas that should have you covered for the rest of the month.

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15 food prep hacks to save you time in the kitchen

15 food prep hacks to save you time in the kitchen

You don't have to be a body builder or an instagram fitspo star to benefit from a little food prep. In fact, if you want to have a successful week both in and outside your kitchen, a little time preparing can save you a lot of time and effort throughout the week.

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9 healthy fritter recipes to make today

 

9 healthy fritter recipes to make today

Golden and crunchy, fritters are incredibly versatile and very easy to make. Perfect as for breakfast, as a snack or with a salad as a light meal, here are nine delicious recipes to try today.

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7 hacks for the perfect salad

7 hacks for the perfect salad

A typical lunch when I'm at home usually involves throwing together a few key ingredients in a hurry that I know will nourish and satisfy me for the rest of the day. Creating a salad like this looks like it needs a lot of thought and preparation, however I literally chopped up what was available to me in the fridge and added a few key things to make it go the distance. You don't have to be a chef, or a food whiz to create a delicious and satisfying salad bowl at home, but you do have to know what you're (sort of) doing.

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Buckwheat Porridge with Pear and Crunchy Maple Granola

Buckwheat porridge with pear and crunchy maple granola

Warm, creamy and deliciously satisfying this buckwheat porridge is the perfect way to start a winter's day. I like to top mine with some fresh seasonal fruit, and add a little crunch with home made granola.

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