Top 5 Superfoods for 2015(6/26/2015)-Over the last year, we’ve been touting the benefits of superfoods like chia seeds, kale and quinoa. In 2015 we’ll see some old favourites (hello, dark chocolate!), as well as some new go-to foods. Here’s what you can expect on your plate this year.
Kale Chips(7/23/2015)-Cooked right, kale has wonderful texture and is full of flavour. Kale chips is a nutritious, really quick snack – my kids go nuts for it! Pick up a bunch and give it a try. 1 bunch kale 2 teaspoons soy sauce or tamari sauce (isle insert content) 1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil Heat oven to 170ºC. Strip kale Continue Reading
Beetroot Dip(7/23/2015)-This versatile root is naturally sweet, making it ideal for roasting, in a smoothie and dips. This dip has the most amazing colour – who needs artificial colours when we have these natural beauties - and is rich in vitamin C, magnesium and iron. 1 beetroot, peeled (wear dark clothes!) Juice of ½ lemon, or 1 lime 1 clove garlic, Continue Reading
Pumpkin Soup(7/23/2015)-Pumpkin is great for use in soup, roasted, or mashed with other roots. Soups are perfect for winter, warming like a hug, providing great quick nutrition. You can even spice up its sweetness with cumin, chilli, coriander or lemongrass. Wedge of pumpkin (about ¼ of a large pumpkin), peeled and chopped into large pieces 1 small onion, chopped 1 clove Continue Reading
Baked Apples (for four)(7/23/2015)-Apples come into their own in winter, having more flavour in the colder weather. Try our different varieties, let us know which is your favourite! Stew apple with oats for breakfast, put an apple in the car for a quick snack, in a lunch box, or play around with the below recipe, adding or subtracting ingredients according to taste, for Continue Reading