Beetroot, Carrot & Pear Salad

This cleansing salad has a delicious orange vinaigrette dressing. It’s lovely on it’s own, but I think it’s best as an accompaniment to your main dish. It looks colourful and vibrant, while the flavour of the orange vinaigrette is light, tangy and sweet. Beetroot, Carrot & Pear Salad 1 large beetroot, peeled 2 large carrots, peeled 2 large crunchy pears, cored 1 small …

Dairy Free Raspberry Scones

What a delicious alternative to the typcial savoury cheese scones! This one is so delightfully easy that it’s sure to be a winner for budding bakers once school is out in a few weeks. You could try mixing up the fruit option, or using an alternative if raspberries aren’t quite your fave. Thank you to the lovely ladies at I Am Co for …

Awesome Oatmeal

We all know that oats are a wonder food. Full of fibre, protein, omega 3 fatty acids, magnesium and potassium among other things, they are also highly nutritious and great for your bowel. Regular oats don’t contain added sugar which is another big advantage, be careful buying instant or processed oats however as that’s when sugar can sneak in. Oats …

fish tacos with banana blossom

Crumbed ‘Fish’ Tacos with Banana Blossoms

One of my favourite Vegan Chefs on Instagram, Tess Eden aka @eden.vegan (check out her page for heaps of inspirational recipes), has created a delicious recipe for ‘Fish’ Tacos using banana blossoms.  You’ll remember our post a couple of weeks ago about this exotic, versatile ingredient, now available canned at most Asian stores, Naturally Organic and Countdown. From Tess Eden …. …

Low Carb Cauliflower Couscous

This week I have been telling anyone who will listen about the wonders of cauliflower couscous. If you’re cutting down on carbs, or just want to eat more vegetables, then this is a great dish.  You can have it raw or cooked  – it makes a great replacement for anything you would normally use rice or couscous for, and is very easy …