Green Chicken Nuggets

These Green Chicken Nuggets are a favourite by all 3 of my kids. They have no idea how much spinach and kale are in them and they beg me for more. You will need a good quality food processor or thermomix for this recipe. To start blend 2 garlic cloves Add 300-400g of organic chicken […]

Banana nut muffins

  Creamy, Sweet bananas are a favourite with most kids & these healthy muffins will definitely keep them happy. Bananas are the best source of potassium, B vitamins & energy giving carbohydrates. Bananas are considered a prebiotic food as they help nourish friendly bacteria in the colon. Walnuts are a good source of omega-3 fats […]

Healthy Easter Treats

So Easter is fast approaching & The Easter Bunny & every grandparent, Aunty, uncle, cousin, godparent or friend are so lovely & give my children Easter Eggs , however we end up with a mountain of chocolate. I’m ok with my kids eating a small amount of the good chocolate but the rest gets given […]

Fudgey chocolate cake

This easy made in just one bowl (my thermomix bowl) is dairy free, gluten free & refined sugar free. Full of nutritious ingredients that the whole family will love. -360g peeled sweet potato blended to a fine consistency -1 cup walnuts or macadamia nuts blended -10 medjool dates pitted & blended -1/2 cup cacao powder […]

Healthy snacks

So you have kids at home in school holidays & what I find is that if I put food out, they aren’t asking me every minute for something to eat & they are getting loads goodness into them. Around morning tea & afternoon tea time I make a plate that looks something like this & […]

Raw Cauliflower Salad

1/2 cauliflower blended in processor to make a rice like consistency 2 sweet potatoes peeled & cut really thin (I used a spirolli to make them like fine spagehetti) pour a little olive oil over them & sprinkle with pink salt & roast for 20 minutes on high in the oven. 1 avacado cut up […]

Raw Homemade Nutella Slice

I know everyone loves Nutella, however the actual Nutella you buy in your local supermarket is full of preseravtives and stuff you shouldn’t consume as an adult and especially not as a child. So I have made my own Nutella wich is te topping for this slice or can be used on it’s own to […]

Baked Raspberry Rice Pudding

Who doesn’t like a good old rice pudding? Growing up my grandma would always make us rice pudding and now tat I married a Greek I have tried many a rice pudding. This is my version to make it as healty as possible for my kids. Ingredients; 2 cups of cooked Basmati rice 1/2 tsp […]

Quinoa Veggie Pie

Growing up my mum would always make us vegetable pie for dinner, especially when there was a mixture of left over vegetables in the fridge and not much else. Over the years I have experimented making my own version and finally I made one that I absolutely loved and that has a great mixture of […]

Apple Raspberry Crumble

The easiest way to add a dose of nutrition to you day is by crunching on a tasty apple. The first experience you had with an apple was probably as a baby when it’s delightful flavour was introduced to you as an applesauce. Now, whether it is a Granny Smith, Red Delicious or Pink Lady, […]

Cake Batter Vegan Ice Cream

This is super simple and everyone will love it. It also keeps nicely in a sealed container in the freezer. Dairy free, sugar free, vegan & creamy tasting….. Ingredients 2-3 medium frozen bananas 1 tsp pure vanilla extract 1 Tbsp organic creamed coconut 2 Tbsp pure maple syrup 1/4 tsp aluminium free baking soda 1-2 […]

Breakfast Bowl

Did you know that your skin regenerates itself every 27 days, your liver in 30 days, your hair and nails constantly growing using nutrients in your body. Your body makes these new cells from what you eat. What you eat, literally becomes you. You have a choice in what you are made of so start […]

Creamy Delight Chocolate Cake

A beautiful friend made me this cake when I was away on holidays and I was totally obsessed with it, so I asked for the recipe and trialled it out. AMAZING. I have made it a few times and changed a few things around to adapt to my liking. This a chocolate cake that will […]

Spinach, Lentil and Coconut Yoghurt Soup

Im craving soup’s for dinner in this cold weather. Here is one I came up with the other night with a few leftovers and not alot of time. Ingredients 2 bunches of english spinach washed and cut into pieces 2 tbsp oilive oil 1 celery stick chopped 1 brown onion 1 large potato peeled and […]

Ice Cream Cake that’s healthy enough for Breakfast….

Now who doesn’t LOVE Ice-cream????? I’ve been making loads of different ice-creams in the past few months with my thermomix, many with just frozen fruit which are delicious. Then I found this amazing dairy free coco-kefir dessert probiotic vanilla gelato from The Cultured Ice Cream Company. At the moment they are only selling this ice […]

Wild Orange Truffles

My whole family love a good Healthy nut ball for afternoon tea. I make lots of different ones all the time. These are a favourite among the family. There’s just something about chocolate and orange mixed together. These two ingredients make such a beautiful pair. Now Truffles are usually made with processed chocolate, but my […]

Cranberry Ripe Slice

My favourite cafe is a cute small vegetarian and vegan cafe close by to where I live. They sell this amazing Cherry Ripe Slice which once you start you will never stop. However after a year of making it daily they no longer make it, so I hung out with the chef for a day […]

Caramel Crackles

Growing up who didn’t like a chocolate crackle or a caramel slice???? Well I decided to mix the two together and make a Caramel Crackle. These Caramel Crackles are full of dates. Dates are rich in several vitamins, minerals and fiber too. These delicious sweet fruits contain oil, calcium, sulfur, iron, potassium, phosphorous, manganese, copper […]

Easy Peasy Pancakes

My kids love my grandma’s pancake’s which my mum makes them all the time. They are fairly easy but take too much time for me when I rushing in the morning so I choose to make these Easy Peasy Pancakes. Just 2 ingredients or 3 if you want a caramel flavour. Ingredients – 1 ripe […]

Healthy Chocolate Crackle Slice

Who didn’t love chocolate crackles growing up? Well I didn’t love them, they were always too sweet and rich for me, however they were always at parties and are still today, so I have come up with a slice that is the perfect sweetness for myself and my family. Ingredients;- – 1 cup of almonds […]

Adult’s Chocolate crackle slab

I made this for my kids a few weeks ago and none of them really liked it, however my husband, all his work collegues and any friends that visited LOVED it, so that’s why I called it the Adult’s chocolate crackle slab. It is a bit richer in taste and the perfect alternative to grabbing […]

Elli’s raw chocolate brownie’s

I love it when my kid’s get invited to there friend’s house’s for a playdate as they have an absolute ball and this is what makes great childhood memories. I love even more when I know they are getting fed deliecious wholesome healthy foods. My son (hudson) went to his friend’s house the other day […]

Choc chip Cookies

These are simple and easy to make and can be used as Anzac Cookies if you don’t add the chocolate chips. Ingredients;- – 1 cup gluten free plain flour – 1 cup rolled oats – 3/4 cup dessicated coconut – 125g ghee (or organic butter) – 2 Tbsp maple syrup – 1/2 tsp baking soda […]

Almond Rhurbarb Crumble

Rhurbarb is high in antioxidant’s, especially lycopene which is good for heart health. Rhurbarb is also a good source of vitamin C that helps boost the immune system and increases the absorbtion of iron rich foods in your diet. Rhurbarb also acts as a prebiotic and stimulates the growth of good bacteria in the digestive […]

Heaven in a slice

Now those that know of Don Tolman, (the cowboy of self care) you would know about Pulse. For those that don’t Pulse is an ancient recipe that was found in the bible to be used by many people such as the Spartans to get stronger, healthier and more energy. Ancient egyptians and Greeks lived on […]

Vegan Shepard’s Pie

This recipe is easy and delicious if you are after a hearty stew topped with a mash of root vegetables. This is a healthier version of the old shepard’s pie. Lentils are a good source of vegetarian or vegan protein, fibre and iron with less fat than lamb or beef. Ingredients:- – 1 onion diced […]

Nut Chia Balls

My kids and anyone who visit’s never says no to any of my healthy balls I have on offer. They are so easy and I make them almost daily as they are the perfect protein pick me up and great snacks for kids to eat whenever they please. Ingredients:- – 1 cup walnuts – 1 […]

Raw Muslie Bar

This slice is super easy, full of nuritious ingredients to make it packed with protein and iron and much more, raw (so no cooking time) and delicious. Ingredients:- 1/3 cup pepitas 1/3 cup sunflower seeds 1/3 cup sesame seeds 1/3 cup goji berries 1/3 cup cranberries 1/3 cup chia seeds 1/2 cup raw almonds 1 […]

Raw Caramel Slice

Most people like caramel, rich, sweet and gooey…. Well I have never been a fan of caramel until I came across a raw caramel slice at my local vegan cafe. Each time I visited I couldn’t help myself from buying one as an afternoon treat, however within seconds it would disappear in mine and my […]

Sweet corn and avocado salad

Sweetcorn is a good source of dietary fibre which contributes to normal laxation. Provides niacin (vitamin B3) which is needed for the release of energy from food and also the B vitamins biotin and folate. Biotin contributes to the maintenance of healthy skin, mucous membranes and hair while folate is needed for the formation of […]

Therapeutic Bliss Balls

I made some of these Therapeutic Bliss Balls for an oil party I held at my house which all the girls Loved so Inthought I’d share them with you. Now they are called Therapeutic because of the feeling you get when you eat them due to the special ingredient ‘geranium’ essential oil I put in […]

Easy Peasy healthy Chocolate Crackle

I have posted a recipe on a chocolate crackle slice before and today I created a new recipe for individual and easy Peasy chocolate crackles for you or your kids to enjoy. Ingredients- 2 tbsp cacao powder 6 tbsp organic coconut oil 2 tbsp organic rice malt syrup 2 tbsp chia seeds 1 tbsp pure […]

Coconut and Lime Curry

Now the colder weather is coming, I like to warm my body up with some warming food such as this delicious curry. Ingredients- In a big pot Sauté 1 chopped brown onion Add 4-6 finely chopped carrots Add 4 potatoes chopped 2 sweet potatos diced 1/4 cup red curry paste 1 tbsp chilli paste Sauté […]

Choc Hazelnut Balls

These protein packed balls are a favourite in our house by all of us & anyone who visits. Ingredients- 1 cup hazelnuts 2 tbsp cacao powder 8 medjool dates, seed out 1 tbsp melted coconut oil 2 tbsp organic rice malt syrup Blend all ingredients together & roll into balls then roll into dedicated coconut […]

Tapioca pudding

My grandma GG always made tapioca (also called Sago) pudding for her children, so it was a favourite of my dad’s. I have tried it many times but never worked out or too sugary so left it until my nan passed away last year and I wanted to cheer my dad up with a tapioca […]

Pomegranate chocolate bark

This is so easy and yet so delicious. The raw dark hard chocolate is perfect and when you bite a pomegranate it explodes in your mouth leaving you smiling and wanting more. Ingredients:- 1/2 cup coconut oil melted 1/2 cup raw cacao powder A dash of pure vanilla extract 2-3 Tbsp of maple syrup (depending […]

Homemade Donut

Who doesn’t love donut’s. Unfortunately the donut’s that are bought at retailers are full of everything that isn’t good for us and especially bad for our children’s tummy’s. The high sugar and colourings all add to a not so good immunity and health conditions especially if consumed a lot. Here is my recipe to make […]

Raw Chocolate Hearts

Dessert time. Made some delicious raw organic raw chocolate with some DoTERRA wild orange and cinnamon to give them a delicious twist.   INGREDIENTS 1/2 cup coconut oil liquefied 1/2 cup organic raw cacao powder A dash of pure vanilla extract 2-3 Tbsps of pure organic maple syrup (depending on how sweet you like it) […]

Lime Coconut Bliss Balls

Love these light yet packed with a punch of taste and goodness bliss balls. INGREDIENTS 1 cup almond meal 2 cups of desiccated coconut 1/4 cup coconut nectar 2 tsp softened coconut oil 2-3 drops of doTERRA Lime essential oil zest of a lime 1/4 cup Goji berries 1/2 tsp pure vanilla paste pinch of […]


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