Creamy Pumpkin Soup

Pumpkin soup is a winter essential. So nourishing. The secret to the ‘creamy’ consistency is the inclusion of our own homemade cashew milk. To make your own simply blend 1 cup raw cashews with 3 cups filtered water and voila! Too easy. We’ve also added the warming and medicinal spice, ginger. Ginger is said to help with digestive complaints and …

Chocolate Mylkshake

The ultimate chocolate indulgence. We’ve included the nutrient-packed superfood maca powder in this recipe for it’s many health benefits – balancing hormones, increasing immunity, boosting energy and focus, just to name a few. To make it even healthier we’ve also included our trusty Pro Plenish marine collagen which promotes healthy hair, skin and nails. We have it every day in our morning smoothie bowl or …

Detox Nice Cream

Nice cream just got healthier. It might sound a little strange but the addition of charcoal powder really enhances the nutritional profile of this recipe. It is great for detoxification, aids digestion, promotes healthy skin and helps to whiten teeth… Some say it can even prevent hangovers! As well as that we’ve added our trusty ProPlenish marine collagen. For anyone who follows …

Blueberry Nice Cream

And the nice cream addiction continues. This is yet another three ingredient recipe – perfect for rushed weekday mornings. We of course recommend adding superfood powders to enhance the nutritional profile, but this of course is optional. We have added blue spirulina which contains rare and potent antioxidants, not found in other types of spirulina (which is usually green in colour). It is also …

Anzac Biscuits

With Anzac Day just around the corner, we wanted to share our recipe for these delicious Anzac Biscuits to mark the occassion. They contain oats, so are not gluten free however it is possible to source gluten free oats if you prefer. They are also made with rolled amaranth (or amaranth flour) – a gluten free seed with a unique nutty flavour and soft …

Guacamole

A simple yet very essential recipe. We love serving guacamole as a starter or snack with organic quinoa tortilla chips and/or vegetable sticks. It is also great with our walnut bolognese (recipe in the salads and sides category), our sweet corn and spinach waffles (recipe in breakfast) or as a dip with our cumin kumera chips. Aside from being delicious, …

Tropical Berry Nice Cream

Nice cream is a summer essential. It is the perfect alternative to ice cream with that creamy texture we all love, just without any of the added sugars, flavours and preservatives. The pineapple gives this nice cream a tropical and refreshing twist but if you prefer a more traditional strawberry flavour simply add 1 extra banana and omit pineapple. This recipe is …

Wattleseed Crackers

These crackers couldn’t be easier to make thanks to The Source Bulkfoods‘ mixed seeds. Of course you can also choose your own seed mix however it is important that you include chia seeds and linseeds as this is what binds the mixture. They are such a healthy and delicious snack, and great for entertaining. We love serving them with smashed …

Baked Sweet Potato with Saffron Coconut Yoghurt

This baked sweet potato with creamy saffron coconut yoghurt is an absolute must for your christmas table this year. It is easy to make, delicious and packed with nutrients. We are very excited to have this recipe featured in Table of Plenty‘s 2016 christmas e-book which contains so many inspiring ideas for this year’s christmas feast. It is free to …

Spelt Pita Bread

Spelt pita bread is a great accompaniment to a Mediterranean inspired lunch or dinner. It is easy to make, contains minimal ingredients and is lower in gluten than traditional store-bought pita. We recommend serving with hummus, our spicy walnut and beetroot dip (recipe on our app), grilled halloumi, falafel and/or tabouli salad. Ingredients Serves 4 1 1/2 cups spelt flour …

Creamy Miso Cashew ‘Mayo’

This miso dressing is deliciously creamy and is great served as a dressing for salads, or even as a dip with carrot sticks and/or celery sticks. We love serving it as a side salad with spiralised vegetables, avocado, cabbage, fresh chilli and sesame seeds. We use Spiral organic genmai miso. Ingredients 1 cup raw cashews (soaked for 3-6 hours) 1/2 …

Choc-Hazelnut Bliss Balls

These Choc-Hazelnut Bliss Balls are a great afternoon pick me up to satisfy those 4pm sweet cravings, without any of the added nasties. If you are someone who is a little time-poor (who isn’t these days!) it is a good idea to make a batch of bliss balls on the weekend and then you’ll have a little something sweet to …

Lemon Curd Profiterole Pancakes

For those of you who follow us on Instagram, you can probably tell we are having fun with our new toy… A ‘filled pancake pan’, which we like to call ‘profiterole pancakes’! These lemon curd centred profiterole pancakes were made using ‘Naked Seeds’ pancake mix. We absolutely love this product… It is healthy, delicious and incredibly versatile. We have used …

Raw Chocolate Drops

These chocolate drops were inspired by the base from several of our raw cheesecakes, made using macadamias, dates, buckinis and coconut. It is such a great combination of flavours so we thought we would use the same recipe to make raw cookies, topped with choc-tahini sauce (recipe in basics). You could also substitute the choc-tahini sauce for raspberry-chia jam or …

Tropical Mango Frappe

We believe that the best mango smoothies are made with the fewest ingredients because mango has such a delicious flavour on its own. Even just blending frozen mango with coconut water makes a delicious treat. You may also like to add a smaller amount of coconut water and place the mixture in the freezer to create a refreshing mango sorbet! …

Rhubarb Compote

 Rhubarb compote is a great addition to granola and yoghurt, oats or on it’s own. Our compote is sweetened only with fresh apples, contrasted to the majority of store bought compotes that usually contain significant quantities of sugar. The apple creates a delicious texture, adds nutritional value and provides ample sweetness. For those who love rhubarb as much as we …

Olive Tapenade

Making your own olive tapenade is so easy to do, and just tastes so much better! And it is great not having to worry about the freshness and what additives have been included in order to extend the use-by date. Homemade dips with vegetable sticks or gluten free crackers is the perfect entree, and is great to serve at a …

Pumpkin ‘Hollandaise’ Sauce

Eggs benedict has long been a breakfast favourite for many, but isn’t exactly the healthiest way to start the day… Traditionally, hollandaise sauce is made with loads of butter and excessive quantities of salt. Our hollandaise sauce made with pumpkin uses coconut oil, in place of butter and in much smaller quantities. In my opinion, it is even better than …

Quinoa Sushi

Japanese is hands down one of my all time favourite cuisines. Having recently moved house, we have noticed that our area (although packed with great cafes and restaurants) is a bit lacking in good asian food. So we decided to take matters into our own hands and have Japanese nights at home! We love serving our quinoa sushi as a …

Choc-Tahini Sauce or Spread

So you may have noticed that this choc-tahini sauce/spread seems to find its way into a lot of our recipes… particularly our pancakes or as an accompaniment to some of our sweet treats! As such, we thought it would be a good idea to share the basic recipe, which we alternate slightly depending on what we are serving it with. …