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Welcome to the home of recipes. 

For a recipes for to be able to make it on here is has to meet the criteria of easy to make, quick to prepare, be nutritious and of course taste great.

Generally all of the recipes will be DF and GF so rest assured will suit most food intolerances. 


October 23, 2019

I'm constantly on the hunt for some recipes that will be easy for people to make as well as are super appealing to look at and eat. You might even like to try this recipes with tahini or a different nut butter in the middle so that you taste buds will have something different each time. 

'Brookies' comes from mashing together the brownies with the cookies to make a fusion food! 

This recipes is a crispy and chewy cookie on...

Sometimes you want to bake a cake but there just isn't any eggs in the home. What to do?! I'll admit this is where I would normally just walk away and try again another time, but there is an option! 

Wet ingredients:

– 80g Rapadura
– 180g raw honey
– 110g water
– 125g butter or coconut oil

Dry ingredients:

– 200g spelt flour (wholemeal or plain or mixed) or gluten free SR flour
– 3 tspns baking powder (leave out if using self...

If you are a bit like me then coconut flour has been a bit of a mystery. Pancakes was one of the first recipes that I actually got to work (after many frustrations and cakes into the bin!). 

One of the reasons the coconut flour ruins so many recipes is the because it has 'flour' in the title we all could be mistaken to substitute gram for gram when adjusting recipes. 

In the kitchen though, coconut flour you need much less and n...

Kohlrabi which comes in a few different colours on the outside but the flesh color is similar. Can be bought with the top leaves on or off, the leaves can be used in cooking, in the same way that you would normally use other green leafy vegetables (lightly saute’d or cut up and added toward the end of the meal like casseroles and stews).

How to use kohlrabi varies depending on where you are, my grandfather (comes from Europe) r...

When we go through periods of stress one of the first foods that many of us will crave is chocolate. This is because our body is looking for the nutrients that will need to be replenished (magnesium, B group vitamins) that are found readily in cacao. 

This means that your body is very smart! 

Like many things in the kitchen once you know how to make you own chocolate it is one of those things that you will tend to do yourself as...

Those of you that have seen me will know that I bang on about nutrient density in the foods that we consume. Tahini has always held a bit of a special mention for some of those minerals and yet some of us struggle to fine ways to incorporate into a regular eating plan. 

Try out this cracker recipe that uses a bunch of whole foods as well as a good dose of tahini. 

Base layer:

1 cup of almond meal

10 medjool dates (with the seeds t...

Hummus is a creamy dip originating in the Middle East, made from pureed chickpeas. There’s no doubt in my mind that homemade hummus beats store bought varieties any day.

Homemade hummus is fresh and bursting with nutrition and best of all it is free of emulsifiers, colours and preservatives. Hummus makes a wonderful condiment and a great snack served with crackers and veggie sticks. It is extremely versatile and it is a great s...

China is one of the ancient civilizations of the world, and it is also home to some of the best food on Earth. China has 4,000 years of recorded history, and throughout those millennia one can find the trace of congee throughout. 

4,000 years ago, congee was primarily a food, but starting 2,500 years ago, it began to be used in medicine.


1.5 litre Chicken broth

8 slices fresh ginger

1/2 cup SunRice long grain rice


Combine the sweetness of coconut with the umami flavour of salmon and the savoury, nutty flavour of sesame with this easy sesame salmon and sticky coconut rice recipe. Perfect for serving as a family dinner, this recipe also utilises homemade pickled cucumbers for a hint of acidity that cuts through the other, heavier flavours and creates a delicious flavour balance.


Sesame salmon:
4 salmon fillets, skin and bones re...

November 9, 2018

If you are like me then sometime you get carried away buying fresh produce as it look so good when you are buying it. One of these foods is bananas and they generally get eaten pretty quickly. But for the odd time that they don't it is handy to have a recipe to use them up that is super tasty! 


  • 3 large ripe bananas, mashed

  • 2 eggs

  • 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract

  • 2 tablespoons pure maple...

These cold winter nights and days make us want to curl up at night. It also makes us feel as though we want to eat some nourishing food. 

  • 2-3 cloves of garlic

  • 1 medium onion, diced finely

  • 15 grams of ginger

  • 20 grams of ghee

  • 500 grams of pumpkin (cut into small cubes, 1cm)

  • 400ml tin of coconut cream

  • 500 grams of chicken in small cubes (1cm)

  • ½ teaspoon of Himalayan salt

  • ¼ teaspoon of pe...

We all have those times when we can't be bothered cooking and yet we still want something that is tasty that doesn't require all that much input. It certainly is handy to have some recipes up your sleeve for when these times hit. 


  • Half a boiled/steamed sweet potato; OR roughly half a cup of butternut pumpkin.

  • 3-4 pastured eggs

  • 1 heaping tablespoon of nut butter.


  • Blend and spoon 50 cent...

Do you ever get to the point where you just want a meal or two without a meat involved

I was playing around in the kitchen last night and found that there is always a new an exciting ways of looking at recipes that we have been using for a long time. 

This particular creation worked out really well and went down a treat with the family that I had over for dinner (yes they were all asking for the recipe!).

What your will need:

To m...

Bone broth is one of those foods that is something that can be added into your daily diet, This is even more important when the weather is colder as it help to boost your immune system and prevent the onset of colds and flues. 

Bone broth has a key role to play when it comes to digestive health as it acts locally to heal and repair the lining of the gut (microvilli). The reason why this is so important is that this lining...

With the cooler winter weather coming into season it is time to break out the most favorite recipes. This recipe is super tasty as well as being as easy as 1, 2, 3! 

There is always a power in having food that tastes great as well as has health promoting qualities. This particular recipe is great for supporting many different areas of your body when it comes to the cooler weather. 

Bone broth has been used by many tradition...

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