Tag: vegan

6 Tips for a Plant-Powered Lunchbox

Creating a healthy plant-based lunchbox for kids is not only nutritious but can be delicious, exciting and teach good eating habits early on! Here are five steps to help you prepare a balanced and appealing meal: 1. Include a Variety of Food Groups: Aim to include foods from different food […]

Why go Vegan for a month?

For anyone who has grown up in a meat-eating family, the idea of going vegan can be daunting to say the least. With fond childhood memories of spending holiday afternoons around the BBQ or waking up to the smell of bacon on the weekends, the idea of shifting to a […]

Chocolate Lovers Banana Ice Cream.

I screamed! This post is from a good friend – Naturally Stefanie.  If you don’t follow her, suggest you jump onto her page a take a look! Naturally Stefanie Chocolate lover’s are you reading this? You better be as this is one for you! A delicious blend of Your Super […]

Meat Free Movember Burger

To celebrate World Vegan Month and Meat Free Movember, I thought I would share one of my favourite recipes. Not only is this burger packed with flavour, it quick and easy to make and rich in plant protein and Omega 3’s! Meat Free Movember Schnitzel Burgers Makes 4 Time required: […]

Chickpea Flour Pancakes

Sundays are Pancake Days.  I love theme meal days!  I grew up with a mom that had a meal for each day.  In fact, the meal plan was up on the fridge so we all knew what to expect for dinner.  My personal favourites were Pizza Fridays & Pancake Sundays. […]

Seeds & Amaranth – Powerpacked Goodness

So my fascination for all things quick-to-make and nutritious has found me looking for the perfect snack for the kids and myself.  Something with protein, carbs, good fats and of course, sugar free.  These bars rate pretty highly on my health rating. In fact, I give them 5 stars! I heart […]

Quinoa, Coconut and Coriander Salad

So I am quite a salad freak.  Love salads and when I say salad I dont mean lettuce, tomatoes and cucumber…I mean protein packed deliciousness and plenty fresh ingredients on a plate!  NEVER be stingy with a salad. Suggest increasing quantity and keeping leftover in fridge for up to 3 days. […]