Just a simple breakfast recipe that is super easy to prepare. Recipes like this aren’t so much about having them there for a big event, but just having them in the back of your mind next time you need something healthy in a hurry. Hummus, avocado and tomato provide some amazing flavors all with items […]
Michaela Copenhaver is a an olympic hopeful competing in the lightweight class of rowing. She currently trains full time out of Connecticut USA, and is hoping to make it to the 2016 Olympic Games. You can check out her latest results (Including some great finishes at the 2014 National Championships) on her website here. We […]
Chocolate bark is almost like an artists canvas. You can throw anything on top and try to make your own twist on a dessert treat. It’s great for getting kids involved too as they can add their own toppings to suit their individual tastes. This particular recipe uses cranberries and pistachio nuts to give it […]
The problem with many soups going vegan, is that you often lose the “creaminess” of the soup. Without the ability to add in cream (Which really.. Is unhealthy no matter your diet choices), things can turn a bit watery. This recipe gets around that by adding in soaked cashews and blending until smooth. Cashews add […]
Paella is a spanish dish that revolves around white rice soaking up the flavours of the surrounding meat and veges to make a plump filling meal. While some may say there is no such thing as paella without meat (or seafood), this recipe comes pretty close in giving you those deep rich flavours soaked into […]
A cookie for breakfast probably doesn’t sound like the best idea, but these are packed with goodness, and come without any added refined sugar. They contain almond meal, oat flour, rolled oats and flaxseed! That’s a whole tonne of nutritional value packed into a bite size cookie.
Everyone has their favourite version of a slaw, but this one really is a treat and has to be checked out. The cilantro mixed with ginger, garlic, vinegar and soy sauce really make it a flavour explosion. The tofu is coated in brown sugar, ginger and soy sauce to give it a very asian dish […]
Lamingtongs are a Australian/New Zealand sponge dessert. It’s quite hard to explain without actually eating one, but think of it like a sponge coated in a light icing, and then dipped in shredded coconut. It tastes just as good as it sounds! And here’s a recipe to make it completely vegan.
A completely raw recipe that is to die for. It does take a while for everything to set in the freezer, but if you make it on a lazy sunday inbetween chores you will barely notice. The “cheese” layer is made from raw cashews, maple/agave syrup and coconut oil with the base combining dates with […]
This is one of those foods that you love cooking on a rainy weekend for lunch. It’s not big enough for a full dinner, but could easily be made into a side dish or even as an entre. The romesco sauce is what really makes this recipe, combining almonds, red peppers and paprika into a […]
While labeled as a lunch dish, this also works great for a dinner meal too! The best part is you can cook this recipe up in a large batch, and refrigerate/freeze it to eat over the coming days. Serve over brown rice for a super filling meal.