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Chocolate, quinoa, fruit and nut bowl I've played with a few different combinations for this quinoa breakfast bowl, but this is easily my favourite. There's a natural delicious sweetness from the kiwi fruits and mandarins, but it's balanced with the tartness of the pomegranates and bitterness of the dark chocolate.  Pomegranates

Orange, coconut and cranberry bread (gluten-free) This gluten -free bread recipe is inspired by Sarah Britton’s Cranberry and Carrot Loaf from her book, My New Roots. Sweet, delicious and easy - the most time-consuming part is grating the carrots, which you can grate the night before to save time. I substituted the

Summer is almost over (in Australia anyway), and figs are appearing in farmers markets and fruit shops. I always try to hang on to the last bit of summer, but figs make the transition into autumn so much easier. This fig salad is a celebration of autumn and is an

Caprese Salad   The Caprese salad is both simple and delicious and is a great way to make use of extra tomatoes from a backyard crop or farmers market.  Make sure you use the freshest tomatoes available – you want them nice and firm so they layer up well. For added culinary

Coconut chia puddings We have been up in the country these summer holidays and it has been so HOT, these little chia pots have been my breakfast go to. They are easy to make and don't require any cooking. Berry coconut chia puddings are a perfect breakfast on a hot a summer's

Green Herb Salt If you want a gift that will never expire, then this green herb salt is the way to go. This simple combination of sea salt, lemon rind and  fresh oregano, rosemary and bay leaves is great as a meat rub, sprinkled on home-made chips, in mashed potato, on

Christmas muesli with dried strawberries This strawberry Christmas muesli is all about the berries so be sure to pick strawberries that a ripe and sweet. Perfect for snacking, it also makes a delicious breakfast, served with coconut yogurt and topped with some fresh lemon thyme, or a crunchy topping for a

Gingerbread Hot Chocolate - the perfect gift! Gingerbread Hot Chocolate is about as easy as it gets - a jar of cacao, cinnamon, ground ginger, and nutmeg all wrapped up and ready to make someone's Christmas day. Simply combine the dry ingredients with your milk

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