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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Sugar-free Hot Cross Bun Truffles + Win a $100 Bed Bath N’ Table Gift Card

Chocolate at Easter time is such a given, as are the traditional hot cross buns. Combining the two in a bite-sized truffle is a fun and indulgent way to enjoy a treat these holidays. Dairy-free,  sugar-free, vegan and Paleo.   A few months ago, as I was brainstorming recipe ideas for […]

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Nectarine, Wombok and Fennel Slaw | My Favourite Things Jan 2015

What were some of your favourite January 2015 foodie and otherwise discoveries? Share your top finds in the comments below. Stone fruit. Okay, I know it’s summer only in the Southern Hemisphere… I hope the rest of you, dear readers, are keeping safe from snow storms and blizzards. Stone fruit is what summer is […]

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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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Almond Gingerbread Cookie Wreath

This gluten-free Almond Gingerbread Cookie Wreath makes for a beautiful Christmas table decoration and if you are looking to adopt a new tradition, it is a great for breaking with family and friends while spreading festive well-wishes and cheer. Merry Christmas! xo

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Blackcurrant Caramel Yoghurt Ice Pops

Oh yes, blackcurrant flavoured caramel! In a swirly yoghurt ice pop – perfect afternoon treat during a heatwave. Low sugar, gluten-free and with a dairy-free option, too.

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Imperfect Zucchini, Asparagus and Eggplant Dip Tarts

So, you might ask, what’s imperfect about these tarts? Well, the imperfection here stems from the veggies themselves. Deemed too ugly by the major chains and otherwise destined for the scrap heap, they are being rescued. They still taste great, are cheaper and just as versatile. Want to know how?

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Almond Milk Panna Cotta with Blood Orange (or Raspberries)

As the weather warmed up briefly, I whipped up a few cups of this creamy and lightly sweet panna cotta to go with a haul of market fresh blood oranges. Raspberries were served as an option, you know, in case I kept the blood orange slices all to myself.

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