Paleo Almond Crepes

These lovely, thin crepes are light and delicious and taste wonderful topped with fresh fruit, maple syrup, lemon juice or nut butters. They’re also great served with savoury fillings, including eggs, avocado, greens, smoked salmon or bacon. They are grain and gluten free and and so ridiculously easy to make – just add the ingredients…

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Baked Rice Pudding

Everyone just loves baked rice pudding as it is just so reminiscent of childhood, is ridiculously easy to prepare, comforting and delicious. You can serve the rice pudding as is, or for dessert add a drizzle of cream or have it for breakfast accompanied with poached fruit. Start this recipe the day before to soak…

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Slow Roast Lamb Shoulder

One of the nicest things about having to stay at home due to the coronavirus lockdown is having lots of time to cook lovely, nourishing slow cooked meals for your family. This lamb will be the most tender, incredibly flavoursome roast you’ve ever had. We love to accompany it with crispy roast potatoes, a Greek…

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Lentil and Mushroom Ragu

This hearty vegan sauce is incredibly easy to make and seriously delicious. Filled with lots of veggies and protein-rich lentils it is also super healthy. Make a big pot as it both reheats and freezes very well and the whole family will love it! You can use any kind of lentils you prefer, even tinned…

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Summer Fruit Macadamia Crumble

This summer crumble recipe is such a delicious way of using up any soft or slightly marked fruit you have happen to have in your fruit bowl. With a crunchy macadamia gluten and grain-free topping that is naturally sweetened with coconut sugar, you can use any combination of your favourite summery fruits, including peaches, nectarines,…

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Raw Vegan Christmas Cake

A healthy Christmas cake that is raw, vegan, grain-free, gluten-free and has no added sweetener.  It is made with a delightful mixture of spices, dried fruits, nuts and orange zest for a lovely festive dessert and is quite reminiscent of a panforte.You will also just love how quick and easy it is to make. You…

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Carrot Soup with Hazelnut Dukkah

A sprinkle of hazelnut dukkah, a beautifully aromatic and incredibly delicious Middle Eastern blend of seeds, spices and nuts, adds so much flavour this simple and easy-to-make carrot soup. Any leftover dukkah can be stored in a glass jar in your pantry. It is very lovely sprinkled over eggs; over grilled or roasted vegetables, salads…

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Spiced Slow-Cooked Lamb Shanks

I have been making these spiced lamb shanks, based on a dish from Jamie Oliver’s first ever cookbook, every winter for 10 years and they are always perfectly tender, delicious and aromatic. Cooking lamb long and slow on the bone makes for the most nutritious and tasty dish, with the anchovies adding a beautiful depth…

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Miso Sesame Eggplant

Easy and simple to prepare, these delicious eggplants showcase a lovely sweet, salty, umami-rich miso glaze that is packed with flavour. We recommend using Meru Miso in this dish, as Meru make the most beautiful organic, Australian-made, small-batch products that are a powerhouse of prebiotics, probiotic bacteria and enzymes. Serve the eggplants alongside the Green…

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Tuscan Vegetable Soup

This simple but very delicious Italian soup is filled with veggies and enriched with a stracciatella mixture of eggs, finely grated cheese and parsley. Stirred through at the end it gives the soup added protein, extra nutrition, a velvety texture and lots of flavour. The soup reheats and freezes very well so if you make…

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Fennel Frond Pesto

I love cooking with fennel but for years have been searching for a delicious way to use the plentiful beautiful green fronds that top them. With their lovely sweet aniseed flavour it seems such a waste to throw them away. This pesto is such a wonderful way of using up those fennel tops and is…

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