Banana Bread

When banana's become overripe they are still very useful. I like to peel and freeze them to use in smoothies or make 'ice cream' with them in my Thermomix. I also love making Banana bread as it is so easy and a really great healthy snack.  I was all out of banana's today, but my... Continue Reading →

Supergreen salad

This is one of my favourite salads; it works really well as a side or with some protein as a main meal. Last night we ate it with a beautiful piece of organic grass fed ribeye- Yum! Ingredients 1-2 handfuls rocket/ baby chard/ baby spinach 1 handful kale finely chopped 1 avocado 1/2 cup roast... Continue Reading →

Mushroom and Kale Mini Quiches

I make a batch of these and keep some in the fridge so I have a quick breakfast or healthy snack handy & then freeze the rest (if there are any leftover.) Makes 12 muffin size quiches Ingredients 4 eggs from happy hens 1 cup coconut cream 2 cloves of garlic, finely chopped 1 small... Continue Reading →

My secret weapon

I really love to cook. Every now and then I will watch a cooking show and see someone cooking away in their huge test kitchen with 2 large ovens and oodles of bench space.... I must admit, I do get a little jealous. Our kitchen is small, bench space is at a premium and cooking... Continue Reading →

Why menu plan?

I have had a few people ask me about my menu plans; why I do it and where to start. It has been particularly helpful whilst doing our detox. Whilst I don’t always stick to it 100% of the time, it gives me a good structure to work with when planning meals and shopping at... Continue Reading →

Weekly meal plan

Its a few days into the week already, but here is this weeks meal planner. Breakfast Lunch Dinner Snacks Notes Sunday Green Smoothie (with Thermophase detox) Supergreen salad with avocado, pepitas and pomegranate. Organic roast chicken with roasted root vegetables and kale. Paleo balls       Carrots with hommus Prepare double quantity of chicken... Continue Reading →

Tuna patty cakes

These are great as a snack, for breakfast or anytime really! Ingredients  425g tin of tuna; Fish 4 Eva or Safcol 1 Tbs coconut four 2 spring onions, finely chopped I cup cooked sweet potato. Mashed 1/2 small capsicum, finely chopped Zest 1 lime & 1 Tb lime juice Handful fresh coriander, chopped 2 cloves... Continue Reading →

Vegetable Terrine

My food styling & photography is not my strong suit. Somehow little bits of beetroot dip ended up on the zucchini....... I am sure you get the idea though. This is delicious! Note: you will need to make the cashew cheese the night before as it needs to soak. You may also choose to prepare... Continue Reading →

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