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There are heaps of versions of this Banana Ice-cream on the web but I find this one to be the most delicious because of the added coconut cream PREPARATION TIME: 5 minutes SERVINGS: 2 servings NUTRITIONAL VALUE (100g serving size) 71 calories, Protein 1.2g, Fat 1.2g, Sat Fat 0.9g, Carbohydrates 10g, Fibre 4.5g Ingredients 1 banana, peeled and frozen 1 cup frozen raspberries 4 tbsp. coconut cream Directions Put all ingredients in … Read More →


Bircher Muesli

The EASIEST and most NUTRITIOUS breakfast you can make in 5 minutes! This is a traditional Swiss recipe created over a 100 yrs. ago by Maximillian Bircher-Benner, a Swiss doctor, who served it to his patients as a part of a healing therapy. The fact that it is soaked overnight helps to improve the digestion and absorption of the nutrient-dense ingredients. PREPARATION TIME: 5 minutes SERVINGS: 10 servings (100g each) … Read More →


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Whip up this super delicious LENTIL DIP on the weekend and you’ll have a nutritious daily snack that will last you a week. Lentils are a wonderful source of protein and Vitamins B1 & B6. Just 100g provides you with 150% of your Recommended Daily Intake (RDI) of Molybdenum, 45% of Folate, 30% of Fibre, 25% of Copper, Phosphorous and Manganese and 15% of Iron. Lentils are well known for … Read More →


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Why take a daily multivitamin when you can eat a slice of this (more enjoyable) and get Vitamins A, B, C and E, 18 amino acids, Calcium, Potassium, Iron, Zinc, Selenium and a host of Carotenoids and Phenols (antioxidants). A no brainer! 1 slice (3cm x 4cm) 200cal, Protein 12g, Fat 16g, Sat Fat 11g, Carbohydrates 12g BASE INGREDIENTS 1 cup buckwheat groats or rolled oats 1½ cups goji berries … Read More →


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With the weather cooling down it’s nice to have a warm meal. This Vegetarian Bolognese is easy to prepare, healthy, easy to digest and gives you a great balance of protein, fat and carbs. TIME TO MAKE: 10 mins to prepare, 30-40 minutes to simmer NUTRITIONAL CONTENT: 100g = 50cal, Protein 22%, Fat 18%, Complex carbs 50%, Fibre 12% INGREDIENTS 2 cans crushed tomatoes 2 cloves Garlic 1 brown Onion … Read More →


Chocolate Coconut Macaroons

Love chocolate? Love coconut? Then you will love these easy to make macaroons. Super easy to make and no baking required. A heavenly snack! Preparation time: 20 minutes Makes: 16 -20 balls Ingredients 4 cups shredded coconut (unsweetened) ½ cup maple syrup ¼ cup Coconut oil (melted) 1 tbsp. Vanilla extract  ½  cup raw cocoa powder Directions Combine all dry ingredients in a large bowl, and mix with spatula until … Read More →

Sprouting your own Sprouts


Sprouts are a fantastic source of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals with a great balance of protein, fats and carbohydrates. They have 100 times more enzymes than in fruits and vegetables, are a great source of dietary protein, packed with fibre, super packed with Vitamins A, B-complex, C, and E and are a great source of Essential fatty acids.  While you can buy sprouts at the shop, they are SO easy … Read More →



These lemon coconut bliss balls are so quick to make and are a great healthy snack for the whole family. Coconut oil is a ‘good fat’, being a medium-chain fatty acid (MCFA) it acts like a slow burn carbohydrate boosting your metabolism so that your body burns fat for energy. Ingredients 1½ cups shredded coconut (plus extra for rolling) 1½ cups cup slivered or flaked almonds 1 tbsp. honey or … Read More →



It will be hard to stop at one with these – they are so yummy. Makes about 50 mini sized cups. Ingredients 160g raw cacao butter 110g raw cacao powder 4 tbsp. agave syrup or maple/rice syrup Organic peanut butter (or make your own – see recipe below) Optional: 2 tbsp. coconut cream Plus Mini paper patty pans cups Large flat tray or plates Method Melt cacao butter over a … Read More →

Black Bean & Quinoa Salad

Black bean Quinoa Salad

A super nutritious salad than can be eaten as a main meal. It is so easy to make and can be served hot or cold. Ingredients 1 cup uncooked (organic) white quinoa 1½ cups black beans (either canned or cook from fresh) 1 can corn , or fresh corn on the cob lightly roasted in a pan 2 – 3 tomatoes, cut finely ½ – 1 red onion, cut finely … Read More →

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