Chocolate Zucchini Bread

I developed this recipe to increase the protein and vegetable intake in my children’s diet. A lot of the time, its preferable to offer children vegetables as they appear in nature, not grated, not disguised as something else so that they can eat it in its true form. However, if you have kids and they’re […]

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Chocolate Chia Pudding

Chocolate can stimulate production of endorphins, chemicals in the brain that bring on feelings of pleasure. Cacao has a higher concentration of antioxidants than cocoa powder. Cacao is the raw form of cocoa and has gone through less processing, hence much of the nutrients has been upheld. This is a great treat when you’re craving […]

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Livvy’s Cupcakes

This is a recipe my 3-year-old came up with the other day. She was reading a story with her dad where the main character was baking cupcakes. These cupcakes had marshmallows in them and other sorts of sugary goodies. She then asked what would mummy do if she made these? Her dad said she’d probably […]

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Mango Chia Pudding

Chia seeds are a nutrient powerhouse. They’ve been dubbed a superfood and its any wonder! They contain a high concentration of the omega-3 fatty acid, alpha-linolenic acid – wonderful if you are vegetarian/ vegan or don’t enjoy fish. They also contains a significant concentration of dietary fibre, protein, calcium, magnesium, iron, and antioxidants. This dish […]

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Chicken and Mango Salad

A salad is a great way to ensure you’re eating the rainbow everyday. You can include so many different types of vegetables and even some fruit. Pair it with a little protein and some good fats and you’ve got yourself a perfectly well balanced meal that’ll probably leave you with some leftovers for lunch the […]

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Cheesy Kale Chips

Looking for something a little more nutritious to offer your guest during the festive season? Check out this recipe for Cheesy Kale Chips. Low carb, high fibre, vegan and absolutely delicious. You don’t even have to feel guilty if you end up eating the entire bowl to yourself! This recipe calls for nutritional yeast. Nutritional […]

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Pulse Pasta With Pulled Chicken

When I go to the supermarket I make it a habit to put something new in my trolley each time I’m there. Recently, I discovered pulse pasta. It’s made from various types of pulse flour; for example chickpea which makes it gluten-free and higher in protein than regular pasta. I was sceptical at first thinking […]

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