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  • Posts delicious eggplant parm scenario reminiscing living in Italy whilst
    2 days ago by brownpapernutrition Posts delicious eggplant parm scenario reminiscing living in Italy whilst heading out for cocktails and a yummy Japanese dinner  @sunsetsabimanly  - makes total sense right?!?!?!?  #foodie   #italian 
  • Spiced cauliflower carrot and crunchy chickpeas with the tahini dressing
    1 day ago by brownpapernutrition Spiced cauliflower carrot and crunchy chickpeas with the tahini dressing OF MY DREAMS!!!!!! My recipe in this month's Eat Well magazine with the juicy loaf and maple peanut frosting on the cover and alllll sorts of other luscious recipes that I'm MEGA MEGA proud to see in print in this gorgeous mag!!!!! You can find in newsagents, grocery stores and retailers. CAN'T WAIT TO FEED YOUUUUUUU!!!! Have a gorgeous Sunday eve sweet friends - Jacq xo  #eatwell   #plantbased   @wellbeing_magazine 
  • BANANA COOKIES With some slightly overripe bananas on hand the
    6 days ago by brownpapernutrition BANANA COOKIES With some slightly overripe bananas on hand the other morning I whipped together these delicious BANANA COOKIES in about 5 minutes. They’re so wholesome and flavoursome, popping the recipe below so you can see how easy they are - also on the blog... Jacq xo thebrownpaperbag.com.au BANANA COOKIES Makes 10-12 cookies 2 ripe bananas 1 egg 2 teaspoons cinnamon 1 cup rolled oats 1/4 cup desiccated coconut 2 tablepsoons golden linseed 1/4 cup sultanas (you can omit these if you wish) Heat oven to 180C and line a baking tray with greaseproof paper. Mash bananas in a mixing
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    3 days ago by brownpapernutrition Naming this dish -  #lovelyleftovers  ...I truly believe some of my best creations come from the ‘scraps’ in the fridge. It forces me into a creative space that absolutely LOVE and ensures there is zero food waste in our home. This ZUCCHINI PINENUT BASIL PARMESAN PASTA comes thanks to afore mentioned (bit bendy) zucchini and other random bits I found in the fridge : +leftover roasted spanish onion + leftover marinated kale (olive oil kale and sea salt) + some lemon zest from a lemon I’d squeezed into my water. + a few pinenuts left which I toasted in the
  • RAINBOW NOODLE BOWL Morphing rainbow bowls with salad into more
    6 hours ago by brownpapernutrition RAINBOW NOODLE BOWL: Morphing rainbow bowls with salad into more warming broth bowls as the weather changes. This one hitting the spot with all the delicious spices in the broth. Really easy to pop together with whichever ingredients you have handy just blanched in the veggie turmericy lemony ginger chilli broth. If you don't have (leftover) baked sweet potato in the fridge (I tend to - ALWAYS!) then use whatever colourful veggie to make your bowl singggggg!!!! There's even a bit of shredded lettuce in mine too just to use it up. The noodles are rice vermicelli but the turmeric

Vegan rainbow noodle bowl

Morphing rainbow bowls with salad into more warming broth bowls as the weather changes. This one hitting the spot with all the delicious spices in the broth. Really easy to pop together with whichever ingredients you have handy just blanched in the broth. If you don't have (leftover) baked sweet potato in the fridge (I...

Sumac pumpkin, lentils and herbs

So many yummy meals I want to make over the weekend I don’t even know where to start, will there be enough hours in the day for alllllllll the yummy food - truly?!?!? Definitely making this delish, protein and fibre rich, WARM SUMAC PUMPKIN LENTILS + TAHINI number again - it's absolutely scrumptious. SUMAC PUMPKIN LENTILS...

9 healthy snacks for when you’re on the go

There are some simple hacks in health that can improve your productivity and attention throughout the day and one I encourage most is keeping healthy snacks on hand - especially for days when you're on the go. With a small snack you can maintain your focus and energy for longer (certainly until lunch arrives) and...

Harissa spiced veggie bowl

As we move into the autumn and winter here in Sydney so I'm exploring a little with warming spices in kitchen and this week HARISSA is the feature. Harissa originated in the Middle East and North Africa and with its savoury spicy flavour gives a real punch to a dish. You can make your own from...

Heart warming green risotto

Risotto is one of the most heart warming dishes in my eyes. Maybe it's the carbohydrate dense rice, maybe the delicious creaminess, maybe just the love that goes into each little stir whilst it's cooking, whatever it is there is something about it that makes it comfort food. I play around with different varieties in risotto...

Tuna, roasted carrot and lemony yoghurt

Simple, wholesome, delicious! Roasted carrots 🥕 ( purple and orange ) and Spanish onion (about 180C in the oven for 30 minutes with olive oil and sea salt, 1 cup sprouts, 385g tin tuna and heeeaps of herbs (mint and cori my favourite). Serve it up with a lemony olive oil yoghurt dressing (which I just spread...

Vegan Thai mango tofu noodles

Q. Why was the lettuce embarrassed? A. Cos he saw the salad dressing! 😝 so bad hey!!!! 😂 can’t help it 😂😂😂 Jetty bought a book of the Worst Jokes in the World and I will absolutely bringing the worst of them to the table (pardon the pun 😁). Showing you how I make this delicious...

Mushroom and bean chilli with baked potatoes

So I'm still working through my fridge remnants and getting creative with what's there without doing a big shop and this delicious mexican chilli came about! I've used mushrooms in place of mince in this recipe and frankly I don't think you'd know unless I told you when you ate it. Mushrooms are so hearty in...

Gluten and grain free apple hazelnut slice

Did you know apple season actually starts in January? I was always baffled by this because I felt forever that apples were an autumn or winter fruit, but they start so much earlier than we think. I learnt this a few years back when I decided that fruit picking was the best kind of weekend...