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French ToastBy TessaThis is a great high protein breakfast to make when the bread is a little stale. It can be served sweet or savoury.Date SliceBy TessaMade with our beautiful organic dates. This is a great snack, dessert or lunchbox idea. Serve for dessert with cream, homemade ice-cream or custard!Hummingbird MuffinsBy TessaInspired by the traditional tropical tasting recipe we are all familiar with, but these are made Changing Habits style!Homemade Baked BeansBy TessaIf your family love baked beans, why not try making your own healthy version that they will love as well!Nutty Chocolate Freezer FudgeBy TessaQuick and easy fudge with no nasties. Ready and waiting in the freezer when your after a sneaky treat!Date, Cacao and Almond TorteBy TessaThis light but decadent torte is delicious served by itself or with organic cream, yoghurt or icecream.Coconut Milk CustardBy TessaA beautiful dairy-free alternative to a traditional custard.Supreme Greens Kale SmoothieBy TessaA great way to get some extra greens into your body.Supreme Greens Strawberry SmoothieBy TessaA nourishing smoothie with the hidden goodness of greens. Great for the kids for sneaky added nutrientsChocolate Chia PuddingBy TessaWho knew chocolate for breakfast could be so healthy?Crustless Silverbeet & Goats Feta QuicheBy TessaThis is a great idea for breakfast, lunch or a weeknight dinner!Cheesy Chicken BallsBy TessaThese are great for kids lunch boxes, snacks or a great plate to take to a dinner party/BBQ. Make a double batch and freeze them as they will sure disappear quickly! I'm sure you will find them a hit with everybody.
Can be served on their own as snacks or kids lunch boxes, with a side or as an appetizer. They go great with homemade sweet chilli sauce or Homemade Tomato Sauce.Turmeric & Cinnamon Banana BreadBy TessaA nice twist on a family favourite!Choc Orange, Turmeric and Cinnamon Bliss BallsBy TessaThese are the perfect snack! The chocolate and orange flavours with the hint of turmeric compliment each other well.Chocolate Macadamia Ginger FudgeBy TessaThis is a simple and easy recipe you can make in under 5 minutes. It contains many beautiful whole ingredients, one of which is ginger. Ginger contains calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium. It is also an anti-spasmodic, prevents nausea, improves circulation and is wonderful for the female reproductive system.Kraut, Rocket & Avocado SaladBy TessaA quick and easy salad I whipped up for lunch today in less than 5 minutes. This salad is so refreshing and is packed with plenty of good bacteria from the sauerkraut, loads of nourishing fats from the Inca inchi oil, eggs and avocado’Macaroni and Cheese with hidden veggiesBy TessaKids love Macaroni cheese! So why not make a version that is good for them and their growing bodies with nutrients from hidden veggies cooked in broth!Tasha’s Cinnamon ChickenBy TessaYes you read it right. Cinnamon Chicken! Our staff member Natasha makes this dish on a weekly basis! "I love the sweetness the cinnamon adds to the Chicken and combined with the garlic its an uncommon flavour combination that I love" My 8 year old even loves it as its so yummy! It also tastes great the next day cold accompanying a salad.4 Ingredient Banana PancakesBy TessaThis is a simple, gluten-free and dairy-free pancake recipe perfect for lazy Sunday mornings!Apricot and Almond ChocolateBy TessaThe health benefits of this particular chocolate recipe is pretty incredible! It’s packed full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals such as; magnesium, sulphur, phosphorous, iron, copper, calcium, potassium and much more. This chocolate even supports the body’s immune system as it contains antifungal, antiparasitic, anti-viral and antibacterial properties from many of the ingredients.Spiced Turmeric Chocolate SliceBy TessaThis is one of the healthiest and yummiest slices we’ve created yet at Changing Habits. It is packed full of probiotics, Vitamin C, good quality fats and protein, many healthful active components from the spices and loads of vitamins and minerals, it won’t last long at all.
Also you can make these into bliss balls instead of a slice by adding a few more dates or coconut oil to the mixture. Just add in the ingredients very gradually until you get the right consistency. You can then pour the chocolate over the top, roll them in the chocolate or leave them as they are.