Red Velvet Brownies, perfect use of beets to make red velvet desserts
Simple Sauerkraut - dry brine your cabbage into a fermented sauerkraut
Kale Gratin - a perfect one pot meal or great as a side to roast chicken or a juicy steak.
Quinoa with Broccoli Pesto
Crisp Kale with Quinoa & Ricotta, shallow frying the kale, results in wonderful texture
Chunky Zucchini & Pesto Soup
Chocolate Butter Ganache, wonderful glossy topping to any chocolate cake!
Spiced Baked Eggplant with Yoghurt & Quinoa -
Eggplant loves spices!
Hot Chorizo & Creamy Ricotta Salad, great contrast between hot spicy pork products and cool creamy ricotta
Sesame Beef with Spinach - There’s something about the subtle toastiness of sesame oil that works so well with beef.
Cheesey Broccoli - healthy but also cheesey and comforting.
Quick Warm Chicken & Parmesan Salad, perfect quick, healthy mid-week dinner
Succulent Slow Roast Lamb
Red Lentil ‘Risotto’ with all the oozy goodness, protein and fiber packed
Brazil Nut ‘Parmesan’ - clever idea for eating dairy free
Birthday Ice Cream Sandwiches, gluten free ice cream treat
'BLAT’ Salad - Bacon, Lettuce, Avocado, Tomato
Bean Bowl with a Poached Egg
Lamb Shanks with Prunes
Tuna Pesto Pasta - The pesto brings lovely freshness and zesty flavour and the tuna provides subtle protein.
Rice & greens - This is one of those super comforting dishes. The perfect antidote to a weekend of over-indulging.
Cashew & Cauliflower Mash, with the richness of the cashews and coconut milk, deeply satisfying meal in a bowl
Super Quick Tuna ‘Dish’
Ground Beef with Kale - It’s one of those meals that you won’t find featured in any fancy restaurants but it’s super quick, delicious and filling.
Fudgy 5-Ingredient Chocolate Cake, dense, yet light and lovely
Quinoa, Feta & Avocado Salad
10-Minute Massaman Curry - In this version of Massaman Curry we’re quickly cooking steak so we get tender beef in a short while.
Simple Minestrone Soup - the juices from the beans give this soup a dense soupy texture. They also add a rich slow cooked depth of flavour.
Spiced Beef with Chickpeas - Inspired by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstalls’ lamb, chickpeas and spinach dish.
Guilt-free Peanut Butter Cups, made with powdered erythritol instead of sugar
Sarah’s Chocolate & Avocado Mousse - as much as I adore avocado, had never occurred to me to use it in a sweet treat, would not guess there was avocado involved once you taste it!
Black Pepper Chick Pea Curry
5-Spice Chicken Salad - adapted from Nigel Slater The Kitchen Diaries II
Parisian Lentils - inspired by dinner at a fabulous wine bar/restaurant, Au Passage in Paris
Coffee BBQ rub, even if you aren’t a big coffee fan, worth giving this a try on steaks, for peppery & smoky BBQ flavor
Hugh’s Sweet Potato Gratin
‘Paleo’ Banana Bread - super moist and really more at the cake end of the spectrum
Croissant Surprise Cake - a hidden layer of rich dark chocolate! croissants used in a most unusual recipe with a how-to video, most scrumptious!!
Cauliflower ‘couscous’ - Cauliflower has to be one of the most underrated vegetables. Like its cousin broccoli, it’s chocked full of nutrients.
Paleo Bread - if you’re after a hearty bread that’s also healthy then you’re in the right place.
Cumulus spiced eggs - These eggs are a simplified version of a dish served at one of my favourite Melbourne restaurants.
Pea & Pesto soup is a great ‘pantry’ recipe to have up your sleeve. It’s perfect for nights when you need dinner to be on the table in 10 minutes or less.
Rolls royce slaw - includes rolls royce mayo. I prefer my slaw more fresh and crisp than gloopy and dripping in dressing.
Simple fish stew
spiced beef with hummus
Paleo / primal brownies