You will find recipes for all occasions in this section, many are quick and easy to help those busy families and budget friendly.

Nothing puts you off more when you read a recipe that has a gazillion ingredients, they are hard to find, costs you the earth, and then you only use them once.

These recipes have common ingredients, using the most nutrient ingredients, and explains how to use them in a cost effective way by getting the most nutrition from them (not purchasing ingredients that are rancid by the time you purchase them).

We’re not a family for take-away, we might go out once in a while, but the majority of the time we cook at home. Many recipes have been created in our kitchen, tried and tested by the young humans to ensure they are palatable.

Some other recipes are modified versions to include the best ingredients for optimal health, so you do not create cell damage or insulin resistance – that can lead to chronic illnesses.

The word ‘healthy’ in the supermarket aisles are questionable, hence why we love to cook at home so our family does not consume hidden ingredients and nasty preservatives that are very harmful to our health.

To bring the homemade cooking back into your life is not only more nutritious, but self rewarding and a great way to bring the family back together.

When you eat meals made with love, you appreciate more in life.

Quinoa and Chicken Soup

Quinoa & Chicken Soup * lots of protein and a fulfilling meal. Serves 2 200g raw, chicken breast 250g pumpkin (grated) 1 medium carrot (grated) ½ medium leek (sliced thinly) 2 tsp chicken stock powder 2 cups water ¼ cup raw quinoa (soak and rinse first) 1 cup wombok...

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Raw Pineapple Slice

Raw pineapple and turmeric slice   Ingredients Soaking 100 g almonds 1 tsp salt filtered water, for soaking 200 g raw cashews 5 pitted dates Cake extra virgin olive oil, for greasing 120 g shredded coconut 30 g flaxseeds (linseeds) 30 g hemp seeds 200 g carrots, cut...

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Chia pudding

Chia pudding 6 fresh mint leaves 150 g frozen mango pieces (or fresh cut into pieces 2-3 cm) 400 g coconut milk ½ tsp ground cardamom 1 tbsp pure maple syrup or raw honey 100 g chia seeds Topping Passionfruit pulp Frozen raspberries Kiwi Fruit Method   Chia pudding...

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Muesli Bar

Ingredients 70 g quinoa 1 tbsp linseeds (flaxseeds) 1 tbsp chia seeds 1 small apple, core removed and cut into quarters 80 g pitted dates 80 g dried apricots 90 g rolled oats 70 g puffed rice 30 g coconut flakes 30 g coconut sugar (or raw sugar) 2 tbsp sunflower seeds...

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Matcha Protein Balls

Matcha tea at it's best... Ingredients: 1 cup cashews 1 cup coconut flakes 1/2 cup macadamia nuts 4 medjool dates 1-2 scoops vanilla protein powder 1 tbls chia seeds 1 tbls matcha tea 1 tbls coconut oil 1/4 cup coconut water Method: Place all ingredients in thermomix...

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Blueberry crumble slice

Blueberry crumble slice   Ingredients 80gm coconut oil 300gm fresh blueberries ( or drained frozen blueberries) 3 tsp cornstarch 40gm pure maple syrup 40gm pecans or macadamias 100gm almonds 100gm rolled oats 1 tsp baking powder ¼ tsp ground cinnamon Salt   Method  ...

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Carrot and capsicum pilaf

Carrot and capsicum pilaf   Ingredients 1 red capsicum - thin strips 1 yellow capsicum - thin strips 2 carrots - thin strips 1 pinch black pepper 2 tsp salt 3 tbl coconut oil 80gm pistachio nuts 2 fresh long red chilli 4 sprigs fresh oregano 3 sprigs fresh mint 100gm...

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Mediterranean capsicums

Mediterranean capsciums   Ingredients 130gm quinoa 250gm cherry tomatoes 30gm pickled capers 50gm pine nuts 50gm walnuts 1 tbls olive oil Dried italian herbs 1 zucchini 2 cloves garlic 2 spring onions 1 tbls crushed ginger Chopped fresh turmeric to your liking 4 small...

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Crunchy broccoli bites

Crunchy seeded broccoli   Ingredients:   40gm Parmesan cheese 1 tbls sunflower seeds 1 tbls flaxseeds 20gm coconut flour (plain flour) 1 lemon zest & juiced 2 tbls dukkah 2 eggs 350gm broccoli Olive oil spray   Method:   Preheat oven to 180oC and line a baking tray...

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Crumbed cauliflower bites

Crumbed Cauliflower bites Ingredients: 100gm coconut milk or cream 1 lime - zest and juiced 1 tsp salt 80gm breadcrumbs (or half mixture with almond meal) 30gm shredded coconut 1 ½ tsp smoked paprika 1 tsp ground cumin ½ tsp ground turmeric Cracked black pepper 1...

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