This summery dish makes a great starter as it really gets the palette firing. The balance of flavours are quite amazing with the pork salty and sweet and the acidity of the pineapple bringing it all together.
This is my new favourite hummus. For some reason my straight up hummus is usually pretty bland and I have to up the salt considerably to boost the flavour. With this one I don’t, it’s got a delicious sweetness to it and a great texture. You’ll love it.
I make up a batch of fresh pesto weekly to toss through pasta or a salad and even use it as a delicious sandwich spread for the kids lunches. Apart from being so versatile, it’s one of the easiest things to make on the planet.
I’ve added these 100% wonderful crackers to my weekly cooking schedule – no more store bought crackers for me. This is an adapted recipe from A Modern Way to Cook – Anna Jones.
So with school back this week, some lunchbox inspo was definitely on the cards. These perfectly crunchy cookies are a combo of a coconut macaroon and an Anzac and they are they are the bomb! Thanks for the photo Guy Lavoipierre 😉
No need to buy paddle pops again. My kids have voted these healthy treats absolute winners!
I make a batch of protein balls each week and I’m always varying my recipe. This version was too good not to share!
Once you’ve had freshly made falafel, it’s hard to turn back. Besides, it’s a great way to utilise delicious broad beans which are in abundance at the moment. You’ll need to soak the chickpeas overnight, so make sure you begin this recipe a day ahead.
These little babies are so tasty and are sure to be a massive hit at your next bbq!
I don’t know about you, but I always have more than one over ripe banana to use up and this recipe conveniently calls for 3! These little numbers are also a healthy little pick-me-up post workout and perfect for school lunches too.
This protein packed health slice is perfect for the afternoon slump or after a bout of intensive exercise. It’s naturally sweet and sugar free and I’ve been watching my sweet tooth of a husband dive into it every chance he gets. On the subject of exercise, I have remained committed…
These are mouthwateringly delicious. Grab a duck from your local Chinese restaurant and you are pretty much good to go.
These delightful gluten-free little bundles of goodness are sure to give your energy a lift, with absolutely no cooking required.
My husband came home with a jar of chocolate tahini on the weekend. Wow, what a delicious find, particularly as it’s better for you and not as sweet as some other chocolate spreads. We smeared it on freshly made crepes and served them with Mornington Peninsula sour cherries that I…
School holidays are well under way and I don’t know about your kids, but mine seem to be hungrier than usual. I’ve been experimenting with healthy pastry free quiches for lunch, there are so many fillings you could do, but these are our current faves.