Swordfish with Beetroot Mash + Free eBook: The Wholesome Cook Companion

The first proper week of school is almost over. For Zac it means a momentary relief from homework which he has been given solidly this whole week. He’s in year 8 now. Looking back at a photo I took of him doing homework on one of the first days of school last […]

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Why Miso paste is my new Vegemite

Vegemite is an Aussie breakfast staple, but a closer look at its ingredients recently – processed and synthesized, has had me reconsider. Instead, in a lightbulb moment I decided to try miso paste as an alternative and, my gosh, it was so vegemite-like! Here are a few good reasons why […]

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Cream Puff Pavs – A Sugar-free Alternative to a Pavlova

Pavlovas are a popular summer and Christmas dessert. However, I find the process of making fluffy meringue base too involved for a last minute dessert and I find it a touch too sweet. My solution? I use choux pastry and serve the ‘pavs’ layered in a similar fashion to a […]

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DIY Raw Chocolate Advent Calendar with a Coconut Crunch

There’s something magical about Advent calendars and now you can make your very own raw chocolate and crunchy coconut version. Otherwise set the chocolate in block moulds and enjoy a square here and there during the festive season.  When I was little, I loved the excitement of Christmas as much as […]

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Kaffir Lime & Coconut Chia Pudding with Berries

This coconut and chia pudding is perfect for those mornings when you just want to grab something delicious and nourishing on the go. I should know… it’s been a busy time here at Wholesome Cook HQ. Prep in the morning for a fab dessert! It’s been just over a month since […]

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Baked John Dory with Lemon Caper Dressing | Postcards from Italy, France and Ireland

During the two weeks we spent in Italy, France and Ireland I quickly discovered that it was almost impossible to eat badly while away. We even found that Italy caters exceptionally well to both gluten and dairy intolerances, as does Ireland. Now that we are back, I am keen to […]

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Blood Orange and Almond Butter Caramels

With a slight tang from the blood orange and a sweet creamy-crunch of almond butter, these Blood Orange and Almond Butter Caramels make for a delicious treat with an afternoon cuppa.  Every now and again I get a craving for an old-fashioned chewy caramel treat, but to be honest, I […]

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Teff Porridge Bowl Two Ways

Move over Quinoa, there’s a new kid on the gluten-free grain block and it’s called Teff. Teff is an ancient whole grain native to Ethiopia and like other grains it can be used as a porridge base or ground into flour.

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