Our Recipes


Roasted Turmeric Chicken Wings & Veggies

You can never go wrong with an easy peasy roast dinner, they're always so incredibly delicious. This recipe packs a flavour punch with lots of spices and also contains anti-inflammatory benefits from the turmeric.


Choc Chia Muffins covered in Chocolate Ganache and Berries

The secret to a decadent and delicious chocolate muffin is the ganache that covers it. Our ganache recipe  is made from only 4 ingredients and take minutes to make. It's pretty versatile you can also use it on top of homemade ice-cream, delish!


Nut Butter Freezer Fudge

Make your own healthy version of fudge from real food ingredients without the need for refined and processed sugar. We love this recipe, it took us less than 5 minutes to make it, the hardest part was waiting around for it to set in the freezer, but it's well worth the wait!


Zucchini Cacao Loaf

This is a great lunchbox recipe and a great way to get extra green veggies into your children if they are fussy eaters.  Delicious on its own or toasted with melted butter and honey!


Crispy Cheesy Potato Chips

Such a delicious, warming and easy comfort food dish to whip up, this would be perfect for rainy day weather!


GF Chocolate Quinoa Pancakes

Super simply and super yummy, you can't go wrong with these pancakes on a Saturday or Sunday morning!


Blueberry Breakfast Smoothy Bowl

Take your smoothy to the next level by making this gorgeous blueberry smoothy bowl!


Mint & Lime Green Smoothy

Smoothies are a great way to get more greens into your diet, they are a quick and easy breakfast or snack option and can be made the night before so you don't have to rush as much in the morning or stress about what to eat while trying to run out the door.


Basil & Veggie Fritters

If you're pushed for time and need to create a healthy meal that is super easy, super quick, tasty and nourishing then these fritters are my go to. What I love about fritters is that they not only taste great but you can change up the flavour of them so easily by adding in other herbs, lots of spices, tomato, fetta, smoked salmon etc.


Raspberry Jelly

Store bought jelly can have some pretty nasty ingredients in them. It's so easy to make jelly at home yourself and you may be surprised to learn just how many health benefits it has. Jelly (or the gelatin found in jelly) contains natural amino acids and collagen, which is good for the skin, hair, teeth and nail health. It's also great for joints and joint recovery, can aid in digestion, boost moods, aids in the livers natural detoxification and reduces wrinkles and cellulite!!!



3 Ingredient Energy Bars

Just 3 ingredients, dates, nuts, and apricots. So simple. So incredibly mind-blowing. You can choose to add in some additional ingredients to increase the overall nutritional value too, we recommend adding in some of the Changing Habits Probiotics and Changing Habits Camu Camu Powder for beautiful immune boosting support.


Tomato Sauce made from REAL Foods

Condiments such as homemade pesto, mayonnaise and tomato sauce (ketchup) are always so handy to have on hand to liven up any meal. Why not try pasting some of this tomato sauce onto slow cooked meats such as pork to create a flavourful pulled pork, add to soups or stews to achieve a rich depth of flavour!


Raw Coconut Avocado & Lime Cheesecake

Do you need extra sneaky ideas, yet incredibly delicious recipes that can hide lots of beautiful greens in them? This recipe, although a dessert, is still made from real, wholefoods and is quite nutrient dense with the addition of the beautiful coconut, avocado, greens powder and limes.


Roasted Garlic Sweet Potato & Herbs

Roasted veggies make such a delicious side to any dish, something like this is perfect to make extras so you can pop the leftovers easily into a salad for the next days lunch, or even with your eggs, spinach and pesto in the morning for breaky.


Blueberry Coconut & Quinoa Porridge

If you're gluten free and miss porridge, why not try quinoa, it makes a great alternative and makes a nourishing and satisfying breakfast.


Choc Peppermint Panna Cotta

These are so decadent, yet so nourishing and incredibly easy. It's sure to be a winner with everyone in the family! If you don't like peppermint, just omit it or try adding vanilla powder or essence or a few drops of orange essential oil for a 'Jaffa' flavour.


GF Choc Chip, Cinnamon Banana Bread

There are so many different ways you can enjoy this banana bread, fresh out of the oven, slathered in butter or honey, cold and chilled, even with some additional nut butter on top or simply enjoy it as it is. You could also try some different flavour combinations such as adding in orange zest, chopped nuts (if tolerated), dried and chopped dates or figs or some fresh blueberries for something a little different. Any way you have it, it's sure to be absolutely delicious!


Fermented Cucumbers

Fermented cucumbers make an excellent snack or addition to fresh salalds. By using the Kultured Wellness Starter Culture this encourages lots of beneficial bacteria to thrive and grow, you can not only eat the cucumbers, but you can also use the liquid in dips, salad dressings and for other fermented veggies too.

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