Check out these delicious, wholefood recipes that are inspiring me from around the web this week. Continue reading “What’s Cooking?”
Every family has their own version of spaghetti bolognese. Growing up, this dish was a once a week staple in our household. When I moved out of home and was learning to cook for myself, spaghetti bolognese was one of the first dishes I mastered. I have always loved how inexpensive and easy it is to make.
Vegetarians need not miss out on this family favorite. In fact, my Super Tasty Veggie Bolognese ticks all the boxes. Believe it or not, my dedicated meat eaters actually prefer this version to the traditional.
As much as I love veggies, sometimes you want a little extra. The right condiment can really bring a vegetable to life. My lemony, creamy, Brazil Nut Mayo works in so many ways. In sandwiches, mixed through quinoa or dolloped onto a fresh salad. Whether you like traditional egg-based mayo or not (I was never a fan) you have to give this Brazil Nut Mayo a try. It’ll knock your socks off! Continue reading “Knock Your Socks Off Brazil Nut Mayo”
When I feel like I’m in a bit of a cooking rut I like to get inspiration from around the web. It may be a twist on an old favorite, or a veggie that I haven’t had in rotation for a while. Here are my picks for this week. Continue reading “What’s Cooking?”
Porridge is always a great way to start your day. Porridge nourishes and fills you up with that lovely slow burning energy. It’s super simple to make from scratch and my Epic Berry Porridge with Cashew Butter and Chia Seeds really hits the spot. Seriously, I get requests for this from my people. Continue reading “Epic Berry Porridge with Cashew Butter and Chia Seeds”
It’s the school holidays in my neck of the woods. That means we’re busy, busy, busy. Having to juggle play dates, work, family adventures, and paper mache computer game characters (don’t ask) means I’m turning in this post a day late. But better late than never, right?
My priorities shift when school’s out and you can forget about my well thought out family routine. But that’s okay, it’s nice to have the little dude at home. During this time I don’t want to have to think too hard about nourishing my family. Luckily, I have come across some super tasty recipes from around the web that I can whip up pretty quickly. Continue reading “What’s Cooking?”
When it’s cold outside or I’m feeling a little under the weather, I always crave Pumpkin Soup. It’s warming and nourishing and incredibly easy to make. What’s more, you can make a really big batch at once and store individual portions in the freezer for later.
Got friends coming ’round on Friday night for a BBQ? Want to mix it up a bit by serving an old favorite in a different way? Here are my picks of mouthwatering veggie recipes from around the web this week.