Baked Carrot Cake Porridge

Baked Carrot Cake Porridge

I used to make this – minus the nutty crumble topping – for Otis when he was a baby. Once cooked you can break the porridge in to pieces to allow it to cool, it’s then the perfect size for little hands to pick up and shovel in. It's also a dish that the whole family...

Slow-Cooked Beef Goulash

Slow-Cooked Beef Goulash

This rich beef goulash turns a cheaper cut of meat mouth-wateringly tender and flavoursome after a long, low and slow cook in the oven.
Peanut, Tahini & Date Cookies

Peanut, Tahini & Date Cookies

I’ve found myself turning to these a lot lately, when I’ve felt like a little something sweet for afternoon tea... or something to fill the gaping hole that the departure from our van, our home, is starting to leave. A simple cookie made with just a few pantry...

Nutty Rainbow Noodles

Nutty Rainbow Noodles

A sweet and tangy nut butter sauce that’s perfect for pouring over grilled meat, fish, vegetables or tempeh, stirring in to fried rice or mixing through these rainbow noodles. While jarred or packet marinades and sauces might be a quick and convenient way to add...

Overnight Oat Waffles

Overnight Oat Waffles

Honestly, these waffles were created quite by accident – I needed to use up some leftover cold porridge – but they turned out so well, they’ve become a regular fixture at our breakfast table. Did I really squeeze a waffle maker in to my tiny little van kitchen? Yep,...

Moroccan Lamb with Pumpkin & Dates

Moroccan Lamb with Pumpkin & Dates

I took myself off to Morocco for 11-days, solo, in 2012. I pretended I was a food writer so I could eat my weight worth of street food an excuse the fat that I would happily enjoy a second and third breakfast, most days. I had such kind and generous drivers who...

Lupin, Raspberry & Hemp Muffins

Lupin, Raspberry & Hemp Muffins

I just asked Matt if I should call these Lupin, Raspberry & Hemp Muffins. He said - tucking in to his second muffin - that if he saw them in a shop called that, he'd put them back. I've taken a risk, and called them that anyway because these muffins are indeed...

Buckwheat Banana Bread, 3 Ways

Buckwheat Banana Bread, 3 Ways

These kinds of recipes are the way I love to cook - and the way I’ve come to appreciate cooking even more on our #vanlife adventure - creating delicious wholesome food using what’s in season and what’s in the fridge/pantry. Not only is it a more nutritious and more...

Quick Chicken Soup

Quick Chicken Soup

Wondering what to cook for dinner? Nothing beats a good homemade chicken soup, don’t you think? I’m talking the kind you make from scratch with a whole chook and loads of veggies cooked low and slow, then laced with lemon and fresh herbs. The resulting chicken broth...

Seeded Toasted Muesli

Seeded Toasted Muesli

We took this down to the beach to have breakfast on the sand this morning, my Seeded Toasted Muesli - loaded with seeds. nuts (if you wish) oats and coconut, to fill our bowls with plenty of protein, carbohydrates, healthy fats and fibre. Although I prefer to start...

Prune & Walnut Bliss Balls

Prune & Walnut Bliss Balls

I’m not a fan of your average bliss ball as a snack for kids, especially the packaged ones you’ll find on the supermarket shelves next to the muesli bars or in the health food aisle either pre-made or in the DIY mixes, yes, even the ones at the health food shop. They...

Green (Banana & Spinach) Pancakes

Green (Banana & Spinach) Pancakes

These little guys are simply known as "Green Pannies' in our house, but I've heard them called some fun names, like "Hulk Cakes" or "Green Monster Cakes" - whatever you want to call them they're an easy and delicious way to get some extra greens in to your kids....

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