Gluten-free Macadamia and Lemon Madelines with Cardamom Custard

Gluten-free Madelines so simple to make you’ll be able to whip a batch in close to no time. Zesty with a delicious crunch of chopped macadamias. Perfect treat for Mum this Mother’s Day. They are also dairy-free, low sugar / sugar-free and almost paleo.

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Hidden Goodness Mixed Berry Smoothie

My first ever overflowing smoothie in a jar… I kind of get it, but I absolutely adore the hidden goodness and flavour of this blueberries and cream inspired mixed berry smoothie.

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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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Mixed Mushroom Bruschetta

This ridiculously simple to make Mixed Mushroom Bruschetta, flavoured with a hint of port, is perfect for a little Australia Day entertaining or any other celebration. Full of health benefits you probably didn’t even know about. Gluten-free option included.

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Gluten and Dairy-free Corn Fritters

These gluten- and dairy-free Corn Fritters are an absolute breeze to make and oh so good to eat. Adapted from Lorna Jane’s new book, Nourish, they are sure to become a family favourite. Stay tuned for a signed copy Nourish giveaway soon!

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Leftover Mash Potato Breakfast Waffles

Made with leftover mash potato, these Breakfast Waffles are a fancy alternative to a more traditional potato hash. Inspired by a similar dish we had at Cumulus Inc in Melbourne, and why we didn’t share it.

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Super Spread Cookies

These scrumptious Super Spread Cookies are a good antidote to finding your third first grey hair on a drizzly grey day. Made using my current favourite nut and seed spread. They are crunchy, satisfying and vegan, dairy- and egg-free, too.

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Natural Dyed Easter Eggs with Trout Mayo and Herbs | Some News

Coloured with three simple ingredients: fresh turneric for deep orange, beetroot for pink and red cabbage for a delightful shade of duck egg blue, these natural dyed Easter eggs are pretty just as pretty on the outside as they are in.

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