I am obsessed with smoothies, because they pack in loads of nutrients and give your digestive system a rest. Enjoy my nutrient packed smoothie combos. You’ll see in my recipes that I add lots of vegetables to my smoothies to get in extra fibre and great plant nutrition. But with all the extra tasty flavours, you will feel like you’re eating desert for breakfast!
What is more nourishing and satiating than tender roast meats? My simple recipe for roast lamb!
When I make roast potatoes for other people I am invariably asked “how do these taste so good?” – my secret is beef dripping. Using animal fats in your cooking is an excellent choice for your health and will add amazing flavour to any dish you’re making.
My simple recipe to create an impressive roast vegetable salad with goats cheese and an exciting twist of caramelised onions. Everyone will be impressed with this tasty meal that is full of flavour and quality nutrition.
During the holiday period in Australia roast vegetables are one of my go-to dishes to contribute to a dinner party and serve guests in my own home. This means that I always have something on hand to throw into a salad and create a brand new meal or side dish. Create this out of any leftovers or quickly whip it up from scratch.
An amazing dinner party quality dish that will impress even the most amazing cooks. Bacon wrapped monkfish will be a winner all around. The bacon and monkfish is a rich and pleasantly salty combination. Paired with beef dripping potatoes and balanced by the tartness of the tomatoes and spinach, this is a delicious grain free meal that is rich in healthy fats and high quality nutrients.
These goats cheese stuffed peppers are a rich and filling appetiser that will impress your guests. The candied maple walnuts add the perfect amount of sweetness to balance the tartness of the goats cheese. Enjoy as a healthy snack that the family will love or as great party finger food that people will rave about.
This cumberland pie is a warming winter food that everyone will enjoy. It’s full of plenty of good stuff: carbs, fat and lots of minerals.
Two easy recipes to create your own tasty homemade dips. Full of flavour, but without any of the nasties.
This lemon baked chicken is a really easy one tray dish. The lemon and olives give the chicken give this dish a sharp, tangy flavour and the chicken fat combined with white wine and stock creates a nice gravy.
We can get rid of the idea that lean chicken breast is the healthiest choice of meat. It’s so boring! Thighs and wings are fattier and far more nutrient dense cuts.
Whipping up a sweet potato and carrot hash for breakfast is a quick way to get a delicious and balanced meal on the table. It goes perfectly with any kind of eggs and will make a great accompaniment for leftovers!
hese paleo hemp protein balls are an absolute winner in terms of health, flavour and convenience. Hemp protein contains a number of essential amino acids, including methionine, tryptophan, phenylalanine, leucine and more. Essential amino acids are those that our body cannot make so we must consume them from food.
This warm kale salad was the result of me clearing out the vegetables in the fridge. The kale and pumpkin work well together and the tahini-honey dressing goes perfectly. Serve this as a side at a dinner party or as your lunch + protein.
As we head into Christmas and everyone is relaxing a little bit and wanting to enjoy some nice food, then making better versions of some old favourite treats is the way to go. This banana bread is very easy to throw together and has a delicious sweet flavour from the dates and maple.
Serve it warm with lashings of (preferably organic) butter. But be careful not to go crazy, especially if you’re not used to sweet flavours anymore. Just because something is “paleo” or “sugar-free” doesn’t mean it won’t upset your digestion!
An easy, tasty and great looking vegetable side that will accompany any meal. This takes no time at all and can be swapped for any kind of pumpkin!