Props Mangoes Kinfolk & Co hand sewn hemp & organic cotton tea towel from Fairlings Artefact footed dip bowl | Salt & Pepper Vinyl backdrop | Bunnings Print Yum high vibration raw salad with mango chilli dressing Ingredients 1 mango 1/4 red onion small 2cm chunk of fresh ginger 1 long green chilli large handful…

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For me, one of the hardest things about blogging is writing my posts. I’ve never really been comfortable with expressing myself in that way, but I imagined over time it would get easier. Unfortunately, it hasn’t. It slows me down, causes me to procrastinate (one of my biggest flaws) & prevents me from publishing posts….

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Making your own refined sugar free tomato sauce from scratch is easier than you think! We love chips in our house, we really love them. In winter I probably make oven baked chips once a week. With chips, you need sauce, right? Well my boys do, they love tomato sauce, so I gave making my own…

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Simple vegan minestrone hardly needs a recipe, you could use any number of veggies, beans & pasta, depending on what’s in season or what you need to use up. A long time ago minestrone was a way to use up leftovers, a mixture of this & that, now it’s a dish of its own. This is the way…

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If you only ever have one raw dessert in your repertoire please please make it these raw vegan snickers bars! Honestly, everyone that has tried them has loved them & I’m positive you will too. Unlike some vegan desserts, like my raw blueberry & lemon slice or my tropical slice, they don’t require seasonal fruit so you can enjoy these all year around. Also, you don’t have…

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This month I have been working with MUTTI POMODORO to bring you some yummy recipes using their tinned tomatoes (stay tuned for some yummy recipes). So naturally, I acquired quite a tin can collection. I always repurpose my glass jars (I love them) and prefer them over plastic for storing food. So being the frugal up-cycler…

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This vegan chocolate sheet cake is moist, fluffy & perfect topped with the decadent chocolate tahini frosting. I’m sure the universe is trying to tell me something. The word simple popping up so much lately. The most recent was a spare ticket to hear Ken Segall speak. The author of “Insanely Simple” & “Think Simple”. Need…

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This month I am very excited to be collaborating with Woolworths Australia. All new season apples sold in their stores across the country now have no added wax! I am so happy to be able to spread the word & create some yummy healthy recipes using a variety of Aussie apples. My first recipe is this…

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Kids chocolate protein pops – the perfect after school treat. Enjoy them on their own as a healthy snack. Or pimp them up by dipping in homemade chocolate & your choice of sprinkles. Creamy & sweet from coconut milk, ripe bananas & dates I’m sure you will enjoy them as much as we did. They are the perfect snack…

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Vegan cinnamon buns are the perfect thing to make on a slow rainy day when you’re just pottering around the house. My perfect day at home would involve cups of tea (dandelion chai from The Source Bulk Foods is my favourite right now), reading (just finished Girl On The Train), cleaning out my junk drawer (yes…

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Yes, for 2017 my beloved green smoothie bowl is here to stay. It may seem crazy to post something that isn’t trending right now. I mean smoothie bowls have definitely had their time in the spotlight (along with breakfast jars), but my body is craving all the green stuff after Christmas holiday festivities. Last year I…

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If matcha had a best friend I’m pretty sure it would be strawberries. This nutrient rich matcha chia pudding is the perfect easy breakfast and it’s naturally sweetened. High in antioxidants, packed full of fibre, plant protein, omega 3 & calcium. So, if you want to increase your mental alertness & energy for the day give…

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Almost every school holidays we visit family in Berry, 2 hours south of Sydney. We spend time in Berry village, go op-shopping, hang out at the beach, spend time in grandma’s garden, chase the neighbour’s chickens, light bonfires, check out local markets, cook (a lot), drink red wine, eat, laugh & generally have a very…

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In my early 20’s I was obsessed with a little French Patisserie near my work. I would find any excuse to pass by & pick up one of their lemon tarts. They were divine, but far from healthy. Fast forward to today & I still love that lemony tang in a dessert, but I want…

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Two years ago I posted my first ever blog post titled, super simple pancakes. There was one photo, taken on my DSLR in auto mode (because I had no idea how to use it) & a recipe, that’s it! Even with such a basic post, when I went to press that ‘publish’ button I was…

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This chocolate mint slice is one of my favourite things to make & eat. I have always loved the combination of chocolate & mint. As a little kid, my parents weren’t into keeping lollies & chocolates in the house, but they always had a box of Red Tulip After Dinner Mints in the fridge. You…

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On our recent trip to Berry, I checked out the op shops, one of my favourite holiday pass times. There in the Vinnies was a brand new, still in the box ice cream maker for $10 – yay! When we got back home I didn’t care that it was cold, rainy & miserable, I wanted…

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Kicking off my blog makeover with a new & improved version of my green curry soup recipe, you can find the old post here. I have learnt a lot since I last posted this recipe. Every day through trial & error I’m learning about lighting, layout & props and I love it! The day I took these shots, the…

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I love matcha. I want to add it to everything! It works really well in smoothies and overnight bircher. I’ve also experimented with it in raw desserts. I was going to add it to pancakes one morning, but lately, waffles win the vote in our house. So green tea waffles were born, and because it’s…

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Sunshine, bare feet, bare arms, warm nights, thongs, mint taking over my garden, mojitos (well, you need to do something with all that mint!), eating outdoors, my neighbours frangipani tree in full bloom, summer holidays, no school, no routine, ripe peaches, parties, my birthday, my anniversary, Christmas lunch, fairy lights, fireworks, mango juice dripping down…

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