I made this entrée for a dinner party (when I say dinner party I really mean myself and two others) a few weeks ago and it was a hit. It is so simple and easy to do. It fed three of us, but we eat like horses so I would say this serves about 4-5. You can use whatever cheese you want and however much you like. I have just put down my own measurements below. Continue reading
This is probably the best breakfast I have made in a while, which is saying something because I love all of my breakfasts. I actually tried to lick the blender clean. The measurements in this recipe are a rough estimate as I didn’t write them down but you can’t really go wrong with this. Just try to make sure the berry mixture has a nice, thick consistency. Continue reading
2 cup almond meal
½ tsp baking soda
1 tsp cinnamon
2 tbsp honey
¼ cup coconut oil or ghee, melted
This week’s guest is Life Coach, Writer, Musician, founder of Yourcorelight and creator of ‘Yourcorelight Jewels’ Fabienne Costa. I first came across Fabienne’s beautiful site a few months ago and have been in love with it ever since, as it is full of delicious recipes and inspiring posts.
In this interview she tells a little bit about herself and her approach to health, along with a Coconut Macaron recipe (these have always been my favourite sweet so I am so excited to make these)!
Not only do these ‘Cookie Dough Balls’ actually taste like cookie dough, they are packed full of protein and the only sweetener is 1/2 banana. When you are making these make sure you use a good quality vegan protein powder as there are so many unhealthy protein powders out there full of added nasties. My favourite protein is NuZest which is a pea based protein.
This weekend I cooked a paleo style three course meal for two of my friends. As we are big fans of Mexican food (isn’t everyone?), I thought I would do a grain free, gluten free and carbohydrate free (which my type 1 diabetic Editor loved) version of soft tacos. The tacos are pretty much just made from cauliflower and eggs and taste delicious. I got the inspiration for these from an awesome website called Empowered Sustenance and just added some extra herbs and spices to the recipe. I have also included the recipes for the guacamole, mince and salsa in this post.
This week’s gorgeous guest is the lovely Meg from Gillmergirl.com. Meg is a tri-athlete and avid health foodie from Melbourne, Australia. In this interview Meg shares some great health tips and a delicious stuffed capsicum recipe.
Tell us a little bit about yourself and what you do.
Swimmer, cyclist, runner, wannabe yogi. I spend my time training or in my kitchen creating delicious, nutritious food. My house is full of recipe books with various notes scribbled throughout. I live with my husband in Melbourne and enjoy the beach, good coffee, Sundays and spontaneous activities the best. I love baths, books, clean sheets and I have a serious addiction to glass jars.
This dish is so simple and easy. The main reason I wanted to post this is to show that you can make stir-fries taste great without adding store bought sauces which are generally packed with sugar.
This dish is packed with garlic and ginger which are great for boosting your immunity as we lead into the colder months.
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This week’s guest is the beautiful Brooke from Inner Out Health. Brooke is a health coach like me and she definitely walks her talk. I love jumping on to Brooke’s facebook or instagram every morning for some daily inspirations and health tips. Brooke shares more about her lovely self below.
Tell us a little bit about yourself and why you are so passionate about what you do.
I am a full time Holistic Health & Wellness Coach. The reason that I am passionate about this is because I am able to facilitate a space where my clients can discover who they truly are and what is holding them back from being the best version of themselves. I love to watch and be a part of their transformation.