Hazelnut Muesli Bites

Hazelnut Muesli Bites

You can’t be good 100% of the time.  That would be boring. Sometimes you just want a boost of sweet deliciousness to go with your coffee (or tea), and that’s OK if you only do it occasionally. And you deserve it! Healthy food choices can include an occasional treat Saying ..Continue Reading

Breakfast Herbed Beans and Vegetables

Breakfast Herbed Beans and Vegetables

Vegetables for breakfast – that’s not breakfast food!  I hear you shout. But, hear me out. In many cultures, savory vegetables are a staple breakfast dish and when paired with good quality protein and fibre, you’ll have all you need for energy, clear thinking and healthy moods for a productive ..Continue Reading

Peanut Butter Biscuits (Gluten Free)

Peanut Butter Biscuits (Gluten Free)

Actually, peanuts are a legume, not a nut, so you get all the healthy goodness of a legume like soluble and insoluble fibre (your gut will love you), proteins (for healthy moods and body repair) and healthy fats (for cellular health and hormones).  What’s not to love! Peanut butter biscuits ..Continue Reading

Rhubarb and Apple Crumble (Gluten Free)

Rhubarb and Apple Crumble (Gluten Free)

We love having family around for dinner.  And, when one of the family is coeliac, everyone eats gluten free. Rhubarb and apple go so well together.  Oh yes, indeed! Add in a crunchy and sweet crumble and you’ll be dishing up a dessert that has stood the test of time, ..Continue Reading

Chicken Larb Salad Bowl with Lime and Ginger Dressing

Chicken Larb Salad Bowl with Lime and Ginger Dressing

Sometimes you just feel like a zingy and tasty meal with an Asian flavour, one that can also be packed for your lunch the next day to give you a highly nutritious and delicious break in your long work day. Another cook once, eat twice recipe for busy people! Here’s ..Continue Reading

Cinnamon Cookies (Gluten Free)

Cinnamon Cookies (Gluten Free)

These little gems can be cooked three ways in the same batch to suit everyone’s taste. Combining buckwheat and almond meal together gives a great burst of protein.  Add to that coconut oil as a healthy fat choice and you’ve got a protein packed snack that will curb your carb ..Continue Reading

Legumes – Batching Makes Life Easier and You Healthier!

Legumes – Batching Makes Life Easier and You Healthier!

Legumes are making a comeback.  Yes, indeed. While they’ve had some bad press over the years, the health benefits are many.  Knowing how to cook them helps, and remember, when adding extra fibre to your diet, do so gradually and you’ll avoid unpleasant side effects. Cooking them in advance in ..Continue Reading

Banana and Buckwheat Pancakes (4 Ingredients)

Banana and Buckwheat Pancakes (4 Ingredients)

A quick pancake using only 4 ingredients that’s highly nutritious and gluten-free – winner! Team it with berries (antioxidants), greek or coconut yoghurt (extra protein and healthy fats), coconut flakes (healthy fats and fibre), and nuts/seeds (fibre, minerals). Tip – cook extra for a healthy addition to the kids’ school ..Continue Reading

Mediterranean Frittata with Pumpkin and Sage

Mediterranean Frittata with Pumpkin and Sage

The variations of frittata are endless and only limited by your imagination, and perhaps by what’s in season. A frittata is also a good way of using up veggies in your fridge before restocking. Another cook once, eat twice/thrice dish Here’s one to add to your repertoire.  It’s cooked in ..Continue Reading

Chicken and Winter  Vegetable Soup

Chicken and Winter Vegetable Soup

A winter warmer to boost your mood and keep you satisfied for hours. Chicken is a clever protein that’s packed with amino acids that lift our mood, reduce cold sores and help us sleep.  Choose chicken pieces with bones like wings, thighs or throw in a chicken carcass for the ..Continue Reading