Glenis’s Roast Vegetable Frittata

Mum’s frittatas have always been a hit, ever since we were kids we’d have one every few weeks, it’s a great way to use up vegetables that need to be eaten and it’s an inexpensive dish when using home raised chicken eggs. This recipe also freezes well so you can make extra and have one on hand. Ingredients 3-4 cups roasted vegetables  …

 

pesto wrap

 

Pesto ‘Not Chicken’ Wraps

  Back in the nineties I co-owned the first ever wrap cafe in the country – Duo Wraps and Espresso on Ponsonby Road. Our wraps were a little different from your regular sandwich variety that you see everywhere today; they were all made to order and were toasted on the outside. Each wrap was a complete meal. One of our most …

 

vegetarian mince

 

Best Ever Vegetarian Mince

  Our whole family loves this Vegan meaty plant based mince alternative, it’s delicious made into Bolognese as pictured and even better in lasagna, I’ve even managed to fool a few visiting meat eaters when I’ve dished it up; the kids like to keep it’s true identity a secret, only telling guests after they’ve had seconds. Often the best plant …

 

cow and calf

 

It’s Cool To Eat Kind

  It’s World Vegetarian Month this October and SAFE is running The 100% Vegetarian Challenge. Imagine if you could make a difference every single day. You don’t even have to do anything extraordinary. Every meal is a chance to make change happen. It’s as simple as what you choose to eat! I’ve signed up and I’d like to challenge you …

 

NATALIE’S EASY ZUCCHINI FRITTERS

 

Natalie’s Easy Zucchini Fritters

Our favourite holistic nutritionist and health coach, Natalie Brady has the yummiest zucchini fritter recipe! The whole family will love these fritters, they’re light and wholesome without an ounce of sogginess. “These fritters are unbelievably easy to make, containing only 7 ingredients (mostly spices). It’s the perfect lazy weekday dinner meal, or weekend breakfast meal. They are wonderfully nutritious, vegetarian …