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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EXCITING NEWS! Cookbook Coming October 2015

I am beyond excited to FINALLY be able to share the big news with you! I will be publishing The Wholesome Cook cookbook in October 2015 with Harlequin MIRA and it’s going to be chock-full of great recipes and tips for healthy living. The philosophy underpinning this book is not a radical […]

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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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Sugar-free Hot Cross Bun Truffles

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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Chocolate Layer Cake with Salted Caramel and Sesame Snaps

Can a low sugar, gluten-free cake be anything special? It’s my birthday next week and I can say with confidence, it sure can! This recipe was first shared on the Kidspot website as part of the Voices of 2014 competition but I could not not share it here. Enjoy!  The kitchen […]

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How to Cook the Perfect Roast Chicken and 7 Ideas for Using Leftovers

Roasted chickens are a delicacy and a part of the Sunday lunch menu in many homes. Here are 5 tips that will ensure juicy meat and extend the use of the chicken well beyond the first day. Some of the tips apply to store-bought rotisserie chickens as well. They are […]

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7 Food Groups to Easily Hide in a Smoothie

We all know smoothies are a fantastic way of getting more nutrients into our diets – whole vegetables, fruit and other good for you wholefoods. Best of all they are a delicious way to enjoy your least favourite varieties as well. Great for fussy kids and eaters.  1. Greens: many […]

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