A dairy free, gluten free, sugar free, nutrient dense, raw, creamy hot chocolate!
This one pot wonder is so incredibly easy to make and is absolutely bursting with flavor. The garlic infused lentils make this dish some-what hearty and filling, when cooked with the wilted spinach.
These honeyed caramelized shallots are so frighteningly good, I don’t think I have enjoyed a vegetable dish as much as when I devoured these earlier tonight.
These crispy brown butter parsnips are deliciously crunchy with a tender sweet centre.
This cauliflower ‘rice’ has a beautiful hint of lemon and is surprisingly light and fluffy to eat. Topped with extra garlicky tomato sauce then finished with juicy, charred portobello mushrooms.
Spinach and lentil stuffed pumpkin, because who doesn’t have a pumpkin lying around in their kitchen! This recipe is so tasty and works well with whatever vegetables, herbs and spices you have lying around.
Green Smoothies: the super healthy fast food and a fantastic alternative to bacon and eggs for breakfast.
Chilli doesn’t need meat, and this rich, hearty and flavourful version can be prepared in less than 30 minutes!
Cooked red lentils provide you with protein, fibre and calcium. Due to the protein and fibre content lentils help you stay fuller for longer.
This light lunch or side dish has a perfect balance of lovely aromatic flavors and textures, and only takes a few minutes to prepare.
This is a fragrant, warming meal with bursts of spice, freshness and sweetness all in one. It uses tempeh, a rich and nutty fermented soy product found in the fridge section of most health stores.
You’re sure to find a new family favourite with this ultimate pasta recipe.