I can sing a rainbow! Sing a rainbow! You can sing a rainbow too. If you had a look at my Coconut and Almond Yoghurt that I made last week you may have noticed a sneaky teaser of this weeks recipe. Let me just say that they taste great and look mean!
Ahhh Chia seeds … derived from the desert plant Salvia hispanica these little babes are one of the world’s oldest sources of nutrition. They are chockas with omega-3, fibre and protein, containing all 9 essential amino acids and are perfect for vegetarians and vegans!
This week i want to share with you a decadent delicious dessert, our Choc Mint Mousse. You will love making this recipe at home. It is so simple and so quick to make and it tastes absolutely delicious.
Cassandra Michelin is a mum on the quest to raise super healthy kids on her urban farm yard on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. Passionate about inspiring others, Cass is the creator of the #sugarfreeseptember challenge and this year launched an eBook full of delicious real food recipes.
I know it’s not the case for everyone but when I think of yoghurt my stomach turns! It forms a dairy food baby and churns, telling me all sorts of nasty stories. The dairy bloat is nothing to gloat about!
Did you know that bananas are botanically known as a berry … yep a bloomin’ berry! If you didn’t know that then maybe you are unaware of the amazing benefits that bananas boast for your body and your brain.
With the long weekend ahead and the summer season fast approaching you can make a sure bet that the invitations will start rolling in for summer soirres. Whether it be kids’ parties, Christmas parties or a relaxing weekend BBQ, we all know that this means a season of food and beverage overload.
Cupcakes. Need I say more? Except for… Raw, Avocado and lime cupcakes. It’s a thing. Well, it is now and they taste amazing and not too sweet.