The mornings are cooler and a lot of Aussie kids grow up with a hot chocolate milk to warm their tummies. I give this one the real 5 star health rating, and it only has three ingredients! It’s just as quick to make as the chocolate milk mix in a tin, (honestly I’m not just saying that!!) It’s too easy and too yummy and a healthy way to enjoy this chocolatey treat. Continue reading
Recently I made this for some friends on a whim without a recipe just in the kitchen freestyling, this is where I zen out. I was so surprised when a message buzzed through, “Nat I NEED this recipe, it’s amaze!” so then the challenge was on to recreate it and actually record what went down. Tough job I know. Lots of taste tasting haha! So here it is and I hope you love it as much as we do. Continue reading
This gorgeous slice is such a delight. It is one of those easy raw desserts that you can simply blend and assemble, and it is really satisfying! This recipe ticks so many boxes but I have specially made it suitable for vegans. It is refined sugar free and also very low in natural sweetener. Win! Continue reading
I seem to make all my confessions here. Sometimes I make the kids a real ice-cream (eggs, cream, vanilla etc) and I am left with a bunch of egg whites. We can’t stand food waste so this recipe was born from necessity really. How lucky we are that this is actually one of my favourites to date! It is one of those recipes that even your non-healthy mates will love – there’s no difference in taste to friands you find in the café but you’re going to get all the goodness of whole food ingredients. Continue reading
I think everyone knows that I love citrus desserts by now! I like to keep it super easy so this one just has 5 ingredients and will take no more than 10 minutes to make. Throw in the gut healing qualities of grass fed gelatin and you have one fantastic dessert that’s great for kids, but also great for guests and entertaining. Continue reading
Anytime my kids ask me for brownies I’m right on to Google and always find a ton of white flour + white sugar recipes. I wanted to create an alternative that was a cinch to make and required no fussy prep. This recipe can be made easily with simple, whole food ingredients that you have on hand so here it is – 6 ingredients and no fuss!
The added bonus is the powerful antioxidant kick of the cacao. Cacao is ‘choc’ full of flavonoids which act as natural antioxidants. Cacao is richer in antioxidants than red wine, gogi berries and green tea and is also rich in magnesium. Continue reading
You know what’s so good about raw cakes? They’re just so damn easy to make! You’re pretty much blending and layering and then you have a delicious little dessert. I love raw desserts for this but also because I don’t feel heavy when I have them. This cake pairs the classic match made in heaven – chocolate and raspberries. Continue reading
It’s the one day of the year Mums can look forward to a breakfast in bed. I have fond memories of making my mum watery tea and ‘creative’ pancakes and her absolutely ‘loving’ it! I’ve collated these 12 beautiful, healthy recipes for Mothers Day so you can give mum something special that will nourish her.
These breakfasts not only look pretty, they’re full of nutrients too. And aren’t our mums worth it? Even if you do end up with watery tea this Mothers Day, there really is no greater gift than the gift of motherhood.
Now I’m going to let you in on a little secret – overnight oats are the smoothie bowl for 2016! With the ratio I’m about to give you, you can go to town creating gorgeous layers that taste as good as they look. Continue reading
Summer is a childhood memories playground. When I think of my happiest times as a kid my thoughts go straight away to days at the beach. Days seemed to go forever and nothing was rushed, and of course I always remember the ice-cream on the way home (if I could stay awake in the car!) Continue reading