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  • New catering menus to read  guaranteed to give you
    4 days ago by brownpapernutrition New catering menus to read - guaranteed to give you your daily dose of brassicas Cauliflower chickpea salad and a new Broccoli quinoa number added to the menu because love of broccoli! Enquiries - contactus @thebrownpaperbag .com.au
  • Someone please deliver me the weekend? Had to work all
    6 days ago by brownpapernutrition Someone please deliver me the weekend? Had to work all of last weekend sooooooo this hump day feels pretty ready to be a Friday. QUICK TIP for your platter endeavours as the festive season aka most hectic time of year fast approaches... Dips are rad and obvs super easy but they'll look a bit more fun if you pop different ones together in a bowl and spread them about a little, then give them a sprinkle of something. The sprinkles are the best part! Dukkah, sesame seeds, some chopped nuts or herbs, sea salt, ground spices like paprika, coriander, turmeric,
  • SMILE because in every moment you can make a choice
    5 days ago by brownpapernutrition SMILE because in every moment you can make a choice to be happy. ALSO smile BECAUSE IT’S MANGO SEASON BABYYYYYYYYYY YEAAAAAAA - blissing out with my little bear  #mango 
  • Ok so you see haloumi pop up a bit on
    1 week ago by brownpapernutrition Ok so you see haloumi pop up a bit on my page - it's freakin delicious - but no doubt a few of you are wondering if it's 'healthy'. Well healthy firstly isn't restriction and avoiding foods that make you happy, e.g. haloumi, healthy is enjoying good food moderately and mindfully. Haloumi isn't an everyday cheese though 1) we'd probs go broke 2) it's higher in sodium than other cheeses and whilst a moderate level of good quality salt is necessary for our body we don't need to exceed the RDI of sodium by eating salty cheese everyday 3) whilst
  • Believe it or not I do cook a lot more
    13 hours ago by brownpapernutrition Believe it or not I do cook a lot more than salads ... but rn my plate is pretty full with work, family and life and I've got some rad salad combos up my sleeve to share with you so heeeerrrrre ya gooooooooo PUMPKIN MUNG BEAN DUKKAH KALE SALAD : Make this one! You'll love it - promise! It's super hearty, pumped up with flavour and makes plant based proteins a real hero because mung beans are in fact the bomb. Popping link in bio for you... Also if you jump over to my insta-stories I'm doing some more of

Baked broccoli with ricotta and pesto

Broccoli lovers unite! A simple warming dish, rich in nutrients including  folate, potassium and iron from the broccoli teamed with juicy minerals from the pesto (herbs always up the mineral content in a meal) and some plant based protein and healthy fats from almonds. If you want to make this recipe vegan, omit the ricotta and...

Pumpkin butter bean salad with chimichurri dressing

This is my favourite combination at the moment. Grounding elements of pumpkin, butter beans with good plant based amino acids, a touch of yoghurty creaminess (also adds up on the protein count in a vegetarian meal) and the most delicious green chimichurri dressing. It's worth roasting up that extra bit of pumpkin next time you...

MISO CARROT BROWN RICE AND MUNG BEAN SALAD

Warming, nourishing and satisfying, like a big cuddle to your tummy. Rich in fibre from wholegrains and carrots, with the gentle flavours of miso to add beautiful fermented nutrition to support your digestive system, this salad is going to claim its place on the podium in your weekly meal rotation. MISO CARROT BROWN RICE AND MUNG BEAN SALAD Serves 4 as...

HALLOUMI GRILLED PEACH AND ASPARAGUS SALAD

Summer on the table with this recipe. Salty, sweet, crunchy, bitter, a touch of sea salt, best balance you can create in flavours. Halloumi is quite a substantial cheese and holds itself so well in this salad, and such a yummy taste with the combination of sheep, goat and cows milk. This summer salad is great served...