These brownies are fudgy and delicious, higher in protein than a regular brownie and vegan to boot. They’re still a treat food though. A very, delicious, chocolatey, fudgy treat food. And they have a secret ingredient.
Okay, before you get started I’m not pretending these are a health food. I do think they’re a much better option that munching on refined sugar filled lollies though and they’re my after dinner (or lunch!) treat and I LOVE THEM. And it’s my birthday so I can eat them all! Right?!
These muffins are simple and tasty and full of things that are good for you too. I kind of think about them as a more portable banana bread as they’re super similar in flavour and texture but you can just grab one and head out the door, no slicing required.
These guys are my new favourite salad bowl obsession. Or nourish bowl. Or buddah bowl. Or food. Whatever you want to call it. Super easy to make with good texture and flavour. What more do you want? You can also eat them as a side when you’re dining family style, instead of roast potatoes or something. Or in my case, as well as (don’t take my potatoes away).
These are so good! Golden, crispy, crunchy goodness. They’re kind of begging for an ice cold beer, or some other tasty beverage to go along with them but you can also get all virtuous and have them on top of a nourish bowl situation. I like to think of them as one of two things: sustainable coconut prawns or sustainable sesame fried chicken. Sustainable because they’re not either of those two things. Hilarious (don’t hate me).
An easy to make ahead recipe for those mornings when you’re going to have to eat on the go. These muffins are full of protein, fibre and antioxidants thanks to the key ingredients, making them a great start to your day.
YUMMMMMM! Carrot cake, but healthy? Yes please! I am a big carrot cake fan (thus these carrot cake waffles) and also a big bliss balls fan. These guys came about as a treat to take on the plane with me and a way to use a carrot I had left in the fridge.
Confession: these aren’t really nachos. They aren’t made using corn chips because when they craving took I only had some slightly less than fresh pita bread on hand. I hate waste so wanted to use it and these were born from what was in my fridge/pantry. The perfect lazy, waste free dinner and so delicious I made them 3 times in a week.
How good are sweet potato fries? Do you know how you make them better? Load them with yumminess like they’re nachos and dig in, that’s how. I love this recipe, it’s super simple and super delicious – just how food should be.
Well these were a happy accident! I wanted something sweet and had limited ingredients lying around, was thinking something with raspberry, something with chocolate, something that would take less that ten minutes to make. And tah-dah!