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  • Long weekend breakfasts  SAUTEED KALE SWEET POTATO HASHBROWNS AVO
    2 days ago by brownpapernutrition Long weekend breakfasts - SAUTEED KALE, SWEET POTATO HASHBROWNS, AVO, RADISH, TOMATOES, CHERVIL, LEMON AND S+P (naturally...) - delicious, slow, mostly balanced with a gentle lean toward extra hot cross buns today because you knowwwwwww Easter only once a year. Hope you've all had a super relaxing one my friends - can't wait for this short week ahead hey!!! No pressure to pack a 5 day week into 3 eeeek no none at all! Such is life running your own business but I wouldn't have it any other way! Jacq  #Buddhabowl   #breakfast   #plantbased   #eattherainbow 
  • HELLO LOVERRRR Green Sauso Rolls  vego obv and not
    4 days ago by brownpapernutrition HELLO LOVERRRR... Green Sauso Rolls - vego obv and not an every day food but something to enjoy on weekends like these. I’ve replaced meat with lentils, peas, spinach, buckwheat, herbs, sunflowers seeds - lots of yummy plants. I may have added some cheeky feta in there too. Recipe below, hope you’re having a lovely holiday!!! Jacq GREEN SAUSAGE ROLLS Makes 18 small rolls Vegetarian 1 cup buckwheat 150g frozen spinach, defrosted and drained well 100g frozen peas, defrosted 200g cooked lentils 1/2 cup sunflower seeds 1/2 cup feta 1 clove garlic, peeled 1 cup mixed fresh herbs Sea salt
  • Did I eat lots of chocolate and cheese on the
    1 day ago by brownpapernutrition Did I eat lots of chocolate and cheese on the weekend? YES. Am I worried about it? NO. Indulgence is healthy and you don't need to be highly restrictive with your food intake or over exercising this week to compensate for the Easter weekend. Just get back to the foundations of a healthy diet - stacks of vegetables, some good quality protein and a nugget of healthy fats to balance your meals. I personally crave the simple things after a yummy weekend of eating with family so this plate of steamed veggies with a basic home made satay (recipe below)
  • Did you know exercise supports GIT gastro intestinal health from
    4 days ago by brownpapernutrition Did you know… exercise supports GIT (gastro intestinal) health from gut motility to even increasing the diversity of gut micro flora? (Monda, Villano et al 2017) That’s just a start too... There have been a number of recent studies showing the impact exercise has on our gut microbiome. Exercise has such incredible benefits for our mental and cardiovascular health, skin and obviously to support and strengthen our musculo skeletal system too. For me... exercise reduces any stress and anxiety, keeps things moving, shaking and strengthening within, increases my productivity with work, challenges me so that I can overcome other obstacles
  • Actually my new favourite breakfast lunch dinner? Best combination of
    8 hours ago by brownpapernutrition Actually my new favourite breakfast, lunch, dinner? Best combination of sweet, savoury, crunchy and little bit creamy…. Sourdough bread (delish toasted with some olive oil too if you have the time) with scrumptious  @rubyriseredpapaya  slices, feta, mint and a homemade Pinenut and Sunflower Seed Dukkah. We became completely obsessed by papaya when travelling recently, such a nutritious fruit rich in enzymes that support healthy digestion. Can’t get enough of it now - yummmmm. I’ll pop the recipe for you below my friends - love Jacq RUBY RISE RED PAPAYA, FETA AND DUKKAH TOASTS Serves 1 1/2 Ruby Rise Red Papaya,

Macro rainbow falafel haloumi bowl

RAINBOW FALAFEL HALOUMI BOWL with all the best trimmings! 🤩Whipped up the falafels using the delicious, gluten-free Macro Falafel Mix, which is only @woolworths_au, then popped them together with lettuce, avocado, cherry tomatoes, haloumi, mint, cori, Macro Organic Hulled Tahini, beetroot hummus, cucumber, dukkah and lemon – I didn’t want the meal to end!

BONUS falafel leftovers for lunch tomorrow! The recipe is just below for you…

Ridiculously easy to make, not to mention ridiculously NUTRITIOUS and delicious.

RAINBOW FALAFEL HALOUMI BOWL

Serves 1

1 packet Macro Wholefoods Market Falafel Mix

2 teaspoons olive oil

30g haloumi, sliced

1 cup shredded ice berg or cos lettuce

1/2 small (75g) lebanese cucumber, sliced

50g cherry tomatoes, halved

1/4 avocado, sliced

2 tablespoons beetroot hummus

2 teaspoons dukkah

2-3 teaspoons Macro Wholefoods Market Hulled Tahini

small handful mint leaves, finely sliced

small handful coriander, leaves and stalks

1 lemon wedge

Combine Macro Wholefoods Market Falafel Mix and 200ml boiling water in a bowl, mix and leave for 10 minutes.

Roll into 12-15 falafel balls, then heat a frypan on high, add olive oil and cook 4-5 minutes, tossing frequently so they are lovely and golden.

Set aside 4-5 balls for your rainbow bowl and pop the rest in a container for lunch or dinner in the following days.

Sear haloumi in the pan for 1-2 minutes then remove from heat.

To make your rainbow bowl…arrange lettuce on the base of the bowl, top with cucumber, tomatoes, avocado, beetroot hummus, Macro Wholefoods Market Falafels and haloumi.

Sprinkle with dukkah, drizzle with Macro Wholefoods Market Hulled Tahini, garnish with mint, coriander and lemon wedge and serve.

+ This is a partnered post with Woolworths, all thoughts, opinions and ideas expressed are the author’s own.

Jacqueline Alwill

Jacqueline Alwill, is an accredited nutritionist, author, founder of Brown Paper Nutrition and recently launched vegetarian meal delivery service Brown Paper Eats She is passionately committed to improving the health and wellbeing of individuals and families. Jacqueline is mum to her 8 year old boy - Jet.

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