Best Pumpkin Soup

Best Pumpkin Soup

This Pumpkin Soup recipe is one of the easiest winter meals to prepare and I’ve made it that much more nutritious with added protein, tumeric and essential fats. Pumpkin is a winter vegetable and highly nutritious, full of vitamins & minerals that will help to keep you healthy during the cooler months. A cup of cooked pumpkin provides your daily needs – 100%..

Chocolate Mud Cake with Vanilla Buttercream Icing

Chocolate Mud Cake with Vanilla Buttercream Icing

Chocolate mud cake with vanilla buttercrème –  made with everyday ingredients and low in sugar. My husbands birthday sat within the Easter long weekend this year. It’s a busy weekend with few stores open and I really wanted to make a healthier cake using real, everyday ingredients for him and our guests. It was so hard to find a recipe online! So I made one up myself, and it was absolutely..

Strawberry & Cream Cake Treats

Strawberry & Cream Cake Treats

Sometimes all it takes to make someone’s day is a sweet gesture! This healthy Strawberry & Cream recipe is so easy to prep and enjoyed by all ages.  It’s a sweet gesture and more. I’ve shaped the method below for mini muffins, but once you have the base you can make it into large muffins or even a cake. Dairy free, Gluten Free and Nut Free..

3 Ingredient DF Berry Healthy Ice Cream

3 Ingredient DF Berry Healthy Ice Cream

    Who needs to buy ice cream when it’s this simple to make!! 3 ingredients, a good appetite and a freezer is all you need. Do you know why it’s healthy? Firstly, because you made it and you know what’s in it. Second, it’s made of real food. Most commercial ice creams are full of synthetic additives like emulsifiers – they..

Food Allergy and Intolerance

Food Allergy and Intolerance

I continue to question and am continually asked, what is going on? Why are so many Australian adults and children diagnosed with food allergies and intolerances each year, with numbers rising? It’s a topic that sits close to me; I devote hours of research to it and something discussed daily in my professional life. All we need to do is take a short stroll through a supermarket and look around, the aisles are filled..

Perfect Paleo Pancakes

Perfect Paleo Pancakes

When you build your breakfast with a source of protein, you’ll reap the benefits of longer lasting energy throughout the morning and curb the cravings for sweet treats before lunch. If you’re tired of waking to eggs, bacon or smoothies, I recommend trying these protein – packed pancakes for a delicious change. Coconut and Buckwheat flours plus Quinoa (keen-wa) are the high protein..

Mini Christmas Pudding

Mini Christmas Pudding

‘Twas the weeks before Christmas and all through the house, the festive season was mixing it up, and so was this mouse 😉 The kitchen aroma was chocolate and spice, making Mini Christmas Puddings really kick- ass and nice. It’s a healthy treat and sugar free, hard to believe your eyes and ears? Well here’s the recipe to prove it, and..

Coconut Crumble

Coconut Crumble

Delicious and too easy to make,  4 ingredients, no baking required. Perfect sweet, nut free, grain free, low sugar finger food and healthy sweet treat. Merry, Merry Christmas x Coconut Crumble Ingredients:   2 Cups Desiccated Coconut 3 Tbsp Coconut Oil 1 Tbsp honey or rice malt syrup ½ tsp Natural Vanilla Extract Method: Place all ingredients into the processor and pulse..

Iron It Out

Iron It Out

Most people associate iron intake with eating red meat, but did you know there are plenty of other available food sources, including white meats, seeds, eggs and green vegetables? Iron is a very important mineral for health, it enhances general wellbeing by transporting oxygen in the blood, can help us to feel more energetic, less fatigued, plus it’s vital for..

Nutrition for Kids

Nutrition for Kids

Our latest Community Health Talk was held at the popular TumbleTastics kinder gym in Hawthorne (Qld), and discussed ‘Nutrition for Kids’ with more than 30 parents and their children. Agenda for the talk was composed to suit the audience; families with kids aged 0-5 years old. Within the allocated 1 hour timeframe, we discussed – Starting solids, Development with food, Healthy Eating for the..

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