Breakfast

Tasty morning munch to help start the day off to help prevent heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

Snacks + sweets

Feel satisfied by making these health centred treats which will help you live stronger for longer.

main meals

The big munch of the day, ensure it's doing as much as it can for you to help you stay healthy and happy by following these recipes.

 

Breakfast

No bake breakfast bar (snack bar)

September 16, 2020

This breakfast bar is a taste sensation, there’s no baking needed and it is well worth the effort to make. You deserve tasty food that benefits your health and this bar fits the bill perfectly. Use it as a base and mix up your added extras, chuck in some dark chocolate, sunflower seeds or dried apricot. Make it yours. You can toast the oats and seeds, but this is optional and simply gives a different, richer flavour that I quite enjoy. 

Breakfast burrito: plant-based powerhouse

January 01, 2020

Make any weekend brunch one to remember with this beaut of a breaky burrito. The great thing about this recipe is that whatever leftover veg you have, just roast it instead of (or with) the pepper and potatoes. Make it yours. Add more spice if that’s your thing and just use it as a base for whatever needs using up. The colours and textures really come together and the tofu scramble was way easier than I first thought, just crumble it up and fry it with some spices, top-notch.

Overnight oats: easy brekkie

September 12, 2017

Woohoo, another easy recipe vid that’ll keep you feeling full and fantastic with a whole wedge of nutrition to boot. The best thing about this brekkie is that it’s incredibly flexible so make it yours: cinnamon and apple; cranberry and peanut butter or even cocoa and orange. There are hundreds of ways to make this nutritional colossus of a breakfast tasty to you, so play around and find out what works.

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Snacks

Bruschetta | easy, fresh and tasty

January 01, 2020

This bruschetta is perfect for those warm days where you want a fresh snack or light lunch. You get over 1 of your five a day just from the tomatoes [1] and the flavours with the garlic and basil all work seamlessly in this family favourite. The browner and seedier the bread you use the better, as this will provide you with b vitamins, more fibre and healthy sources of fat to help absorb those A, D, E and K vitamins [2].

January 01, 2020

This dip is more flexible than an Olympic gymnast, use it just like hummus with your favourite meals and dippers. The creaminess is balanced sumptuously with its strong umami undertones brought by the miso. The majority of the ingredients are whole foods too meaning there’s lots of fibre to go around along with polyphenols and a good deal of protein from the beans and tahini. 

Bombastic beans

January 01, 2020

Take back control of what you’re putting in those sweet, sweet bods of yours by preparing your own bombastic baked beans. Make this munch your own and add some more spice or some date syrup if you love a bit more of a barbeque vibe. They go great on sweet potato, tortilla chips or keep it simple like us and whack it on a slice of wholegrain (seeded if possible) bread. 

Golden guacamole

January 01, 2020

Wow your mates with this golden guac that brings some sweet zesty avo and a whole wheelbarrow of nutrition. We suggest 2 chillis, but make it your own and change this according to your spice capacity. We served it on toast for a brunch but you can easily chuck it in a wrap or as a side for a 5 bean chilli, so it's always great to have some in the fridge. How would you serve it?

Healthy Hummus

September 12, 2017

This tasty snack is quick and easy to make with no special equipment, it goes great with sliced carrot, pepper or some whole grain pitta bread. It’s a great base which you can easily snaz up, add some spice or coriander to the recipe if that’s your thing. Keep it in the fridge once it’s made and make sure you munch it within two days. Check out the full video, nutrition information and most importantly, how this is heart healthy by clicking on the link below.

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Main Meals​

Rainbow salad - nitrate rich

January 01, 2020

Forget lettuce, cucumber and tomato, give your salads an injection of flavour and nutritional potency by trying out this nitrate-rich rainbow medley. The colours, textures and flavour combine together making every bite as satisfying as the first. Roasting the pumpkin seeds and kale tops off this bountiful salad with a nourishing crunch. Don't waste your time with boring lettuce based salads, no wonder lots of kids grow up not liking them when this is what they're taught is a salad. 

4 of your 5 a day

Sweet potato curry

September 12, 2017

Currys are a mega way to get a load of veg into your diet in a tasty and cheap meal. Make it yours, swap sweet potato for butternut squash or red lentils for red peppers, as long as it’s full of veg you know it’s full of fibre, minerals, vitamins and low in calories. 

30 mins - - serves 4 - - 4/5 portions of veg per serving

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