Recipes

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.

Basil, avocado and hemp pesto

Basil, avocado and hemp pesto

Basil, Avocado and hemp pesto   Ingredients: 40gm fresh basil 30gm pine nuts 30gm walnuts 30gm hemp seeds 2 garlic cloves 1 avocado 1 tps salt 2 tbls lemon juice/few drops lemon essential oils 30gm olive oil   Method:   Place all ingredients into a...

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Chilli Beef Curry

Chilli Beef Ingredients: Lemon feta: 1 lemon 200gm danish feta 20gm lemon juice 60gm olive oil 1 pinch black pepper Beef: 5 Garlic cloves 1 Onion 1 red capscium -roughly chopped 1 long red chilli 50gm olive oil 1 tsp cumin 1 tbls ground paprika 2 tbls ground turmeric...

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Eggplant Rotolo

Eggplant Rotolo

Eggplant Rotolo   Ingredients: 50gm Parmesan cheese Lemon Zest 2 Garlic cloves 1 carrot - finely chopped 1 brown onion finely chopped 1 celery stick chopped 20gm olive oil 750gm pork mince 150gm bone broth or red wine 80gm tomato paste 400gm chopped tomatoes...

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Crunchy Quinoa Patties

Crunchy Quinoa Patties with Avocado Smash Ingredients Quinoa patties 130 g tri-colour quinoa ½ tsp salt 80 g Gruyere cheese, cut into pieces (2cm) - I used philly cream cheese 40 g chickpea (besan) flour - I use plain flour 3 eggs 30 g white chia seeds 2 spring...

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Chocolate bites

Chocolate bites

Chocolate bark Ingredients: 50gm raw cacao butter 20gm pure maple syrup 10gm acai powder (or maca/chaga/cordyceps/lions mane/reishi) 1 tsp natural vanilla extract 40gm raw cacao powder 30gm goji berries (or raisins) 1 pinch salt Nuts and seeds of choice to use for...

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Fig and Walnut bread

Fig and Walnut bread

Fig and Walnut Bread Ingredients: 1 tbls flaxmeal 230gm filtered water 150gm dried figs 50gm dried apricots 100gm walnuts 2 tsp dried instant yeast Extra virgin olive oil 340gm plain flour (or spelt flour) 2 tsp mixed spice 1 tsp salt Method:   Place flaxmeal and...

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Sweet Potato Fudge

Sweet Potato Fudge

Sweet potato Fudge Ingredients 250gm Sweet potato peeled and cut into 3cm pieces 150gm red apple peeled and cored and cut into 3cm pieces 100 gm butter 6 pitted fresh medjool dates 2 eggs 80gm plain flour (or coconut flour) ¾ tsp baking powder 40gm raw cacao powder 1...

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Meatballs

Meatballs

Meatballs in tomato sauce Ingredients: med-large brown onion cut into quarters 2 rindless bacon rashers cut into small pieces 2 slices day old bread (bakery) Few stalks of parsley finely chopped 2 garlic cloves 1 red capsicum finely chopped 30gm parmesan cheese...

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Coconut and quinoa porridge

Coconut and quinoa porridge

Coconut and quinoa porridge Serves 2 Ingredients: 40gm (4 dates) medjool pitted dates 100gm quinoa 150gm canned coconut milk/cream 150gm water 1 tsp cinnamon 1 tbls maple syrup (optional) Fresh raspberries Coconut flakes Crushed nuts Method:   Chop dates - set...

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Pea and mint fritters

Pea and mint fritters

Pea and mint fritters   Ingredients: 2 spring onions 2 garlic cloves 20gm olive oil 60gm chickpea (besan) flour - I use plain flour ½ tsp bicarb soda ½ tsp salt Sprigs of mint (about 6-8) 300gm frozen peas Mayo Lemon (sliced to serve with - optional)  ...

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