Start lowering your carbon footprint on ‘Meatless Mondays’ with these dishes.
It is so important to not only help the planet but to also maintain (or reduce) our waistlines by having at least one meat-free meal a week. I have many more than that and I love sharing them here for your inspiration.
Bread is my new cooking obsession.
It’s not something I have chosen to become obsessed with. However, as I am realising more each day, your children lead you down learning paths to new wisdom.
Whether you want to go or not.
My daughter’s restricted eating is a challenge I relish most of the time. But on the difficult days I tear my hair out in despair and hope that another brilliant idea (like this bread) is just around the corner.
I managed to get through the entire weekend without any chocolate at all. We didn’t buy each other eggs and I am trying to reduce Miss 3.5′s sugar intake so she didn’t get any either. Don’t worry, she is very unaware of the whole affair so she was not bothered. Goes without saying that our 8 month old didn’t eat any chocolate either.
Wow, what a boring healthy family! (more…)
I put the call out on facebook and you voted unanimously. You want the recipe for these soft quinoa hash browns. More than the recipe for my carrot and lentil picnic pie*. So here you are!
These hash browns are the perfect breakfast fare for vegans as they incorporate carbs (potato) and protein (quinoa), and when served with an array of delicious veggies like avocado, tomato and mushrooms make a complete and nutritious breakfast. (more…)
I’m just dropping in quickly today to support #meatfreeweek. I’ll be back again in a few days with another meat-free recipe.
I know burgers have a bad reputation for being too meat-heavy and full of fat, but this veggie-packed version will change all that! (more…)
After yesterday’s heavy post, I thought I’d get back on your sweet side with some homemade jam. Did it work?
My very good friends Robyn and Rocco gifted me with about 3kg of figs from their tree last month. Tiny, sweet, gorgeous things. I was ecstatic until I realised I couldn’t actually eat that many figs before they were going to turn.
What was I to do? That’s right, make jam. But I also stuffed them into biscuits, brownies (so good! Use this recipe and just chuck in a cup of chopped fresh figs with the nuts in step 4), plus I ate them on muesli everyday.
And I STILL had about a kilo left over. Jam, was their destiny. (more…)