Probiotic Coconut Panna Cotta

This creamy probiotic coconut panna cotta is fresh, light and super easy to make (and make ahead). It’s one of those great sweets that’s decedent enough for dessert, and nourishing enough for breakfast too. Because it's rich in gut healing compounds, probiotics and...

Black Bean & Sesame Chocolate Brownie

Black Bean & Sesame Chocolate Brownie. Do I need to say more or is that picture doing all the taking? It’s one of those super-easy “whiz everything together in the food processor” recipes, full of nutrients to support growing bodies at all stages of development -...

Choc (Carob) Mint Bears

Otis got his first taste of "chocolate" this Easter, courtesy of the The Carob Kitchen egg that the Easter Bunny delivered, and ever since then, I’ve found myself being pestered for carob bears at the health food shop - you know the ones they display right at toddler...

Pumpkin, Carrot & Haloumi Bread

Roasted veggies are a staple in my fridge. Whenever I make them for dinner, I make a double batch so we can eat them for various lunch incarnations throughout the week - think tossed through pasta, quinoa, salad or topped with a fried egg - I feel like if I have...

Banana, Blueberry & Chia Mini Muffins

I know you don’t really NEED another muffin recipe but this soggy weather left us with no other option, but to stay in doors and bake today! You may not need them, but the kids will love them - my Banana, Blueberry & Chia Mini Muffins that also happen to be gluten...

Creamy Rice Pudding

These chilled creamy rice puddings are rich in nutrients that are key for growing little people as well as pregnant and breastfeeding mums. Make up a batch for the week and you’ll have the perfect breakfast, morning tea or snack ready to grab-and-go. I’ve made these...

Superseed Crackers

Crackers are a great way to fill the gap between meals when smeared with some hummus, guacamole, labna or pate. They’re also great for the school lunch box when combined with your child’s favourite dip, spread or cheese. They’re packed full of healthy fats, vitamins...

Buckwheat Banana Pancakes & Blueberry Maple Syrup

I’ve been cooking and since I was tall enough to reach the kitchen bench, which was when I was about 8yo and on our twice-yearly family holiday to Pacific Palms on the NSW north coast. Dad taught me my first recipe – 1 cup of flour, 1 cup of milk and 1 egg, we were...

Stewed Apples For Gut Healing & Immune Support

Gut healing stewed apples - a wonderfully simple (and delicious) way you can help heal your child’s gut, reduce inflammation, support their digestive health and support their immune system. These gut healing stewed apples are a great therapeutic food to include in...

Super-Duper Sneaky Bolognese

This is my Super-Duper Sneaky Bolognese. A pimped version of the comforting classic my mum used to make for me when I was a kid that I’ve adapted over the years to become a simple and incredibly nutrient-dense family favourite of ours. “Super” because there are plenty...

Sweet potato, chickpea, coconut & kale curry

This is another one of my batch cook favourites. A lovely thick warming curry with a hint of sweetness that’s easy and cheap to make, a one-pot-wonder and is the perfect balance of complex carbohydrates, protein and healthy fats loaded with nutrients to support...

Yummy Natural Jelly Gummies

I love these Natural Jelly Gummies because they’re a cheap, easy and fun way to include this superfood, gelatin, in our kids daily diet. And the kids love them! Gelatin is derived from collagen found in animal bones, skin and cartilage that’s been dehydrated and...

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