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    1 week ago by brownpapernutrition Mum sent me home with some chocolate melts she didn’t know what to do with ... I had two options, 1/ eat them straight up, as they delicious 2/ be kind and get my bake on even though temp and humidity feels like 45 deg C today. Option 2 evidently won, the melts didn’t melt and I am not one bit worried about it. I’ve done plenty of melting today for everyone This ALMOND BROWNIE recipe is a quick variation from one I’ve got on the blog and it’s nek level... especially with cheeky chocolate care of the my lil
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AS SEEN IN RUSSH MAGAZINE : HEALTH AND BEAUTY Grown after the frost and in the warmth of a common soil, meet the Nightshade family. This family (also known as solanaceous) includes some of our more commonly eaten fruits and vegetables such as eggplants, tomatoes, capsicum and potatoes, which offer unique nutrition of their own....


Once upon a time I used to believe in this lovely, dreamy thing called ‘life balance’. I tried to find it, but struggled, because do you know the reality? It actually doesn’t exist. Instead life is about embracing the game, knowing you’ll be served a curve ball, being able to smash it back and having...


This is delicious when fresh but after day one it will be best kept in the fridge up to 1 week or sliced and stored in the freezer up to 3 weeks. Toasting the loaf brings out the flavours.


  A first impression is most definitely a lasting one and when you touch down onto the tiny island of Langkawi, north west of the Kuala Lumpur belt of Malaysia, the impressions you are left with are stunning to say the least. Westin Langkawi from which we had the pleasure to be staying is situated on the south...


There are such incredible benefits to our health from including an abundance of plant based foods within our diet. So let’s immerse ourselves in some of the powerful forces that lie within the vegetable kingdom.   Plant Protein : Proteins are made up of amino acids, some our bodies can make (non-essential amino acids) and others...


  January is a great time to start ditching the crud in your pantry (and your life) that does not serve your health. It’s a new year, and it’s time to EMBRACE YOUR HEALTH. Rid your life of the processed, refined, manufactured products that are laden with additives, sweeteners, preservatives, sugar and all sorts of...


This September celebrates Organic Awareness Month in Australia which is a wonderful thing! It’s our chance herald the goodness we find in the food we purchase and spread the message of choosing and eating certified organic. In Australia the symbol we look out for is the bud logo, which is the stamp of recognition as...


These little numbers are so great for lunchboxes, to take to work or to accompany some veges as a quick meal solution. Brown rice doesn’t seem to get much airtime anymore since quinoa and buckwheat took their place as the superfood / gluten free grains but it is so beautiful to work with, gluten free...


AS SEEN IN RUSSH MAGAZINE HEALTH AND BEAUTY Maybe it’s a storm or a windy night interrupting your sleep, stress over something new to enter your life, a lack of security, disturbance to your routine, seasonal change or very simply over thinking a conversation from the day, but these are some elements in our lives...


AS SEEN IN RUSSH MAGAZINE HEALTH AND BEAUTY Grown after the frost and in the warmth of a common soil, meet the nightshade family. The Nightshade family is also known as solanaceous group, and includes some of our more commonly eaten fruits and vegetables such as eggplants, tomatoes, capsicum and potatoes. Moving into the...