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  • Believe I might be avoiding getting back into swing of
    7 days ago by brownpapernutrition Believe I might be avoiding getting back into swing of reality by thinking, writing and doing all the baking of cookies. Living the summer holiday dream I say! Then I thought to myself I think it’s time to consolidate all my cookie recipes and see what new ones I can make this year – and so the avoidance continues… So my lovely friends on the blog are 9 OF THE BEST HEALTHY COOKIE RECIPES for you to get mixing and baking. I’d love your comments below on new flavours and what ingredients or dietary requirements you would like to see
  • Baked eggplant zucchini tomato and tahini yoghurt with a sweet
    5 days ago by brownpapernutrition Baked eggplant, zucchini, tomato and tahini yoghurt with a sweet potato bread, smoked trout, avo and some kimchi on the side. How I love to create, cook and eat. So excited to be sharing these recipes and the story I wrote, styled and shot for  @countryroad  on their blog to kick off the year. I know you'll love these recipes too - such amazing flavours. All gluten and dairy free. All 100% scrumptious. Cook with - hit the  @countryroad  live with us blog - lots of love, Jacq
  • HEALTHY MANGO MACADAMIA BAR  Its only 200 days in
    3 days ago by brownpapernutrition HEALTHY MANGO MACADAMIA BAR : It's only 200 days in a mango season - which seems like a lot, but when it's during the holiday time and all you can think about is mangoes, eating of mangoes and cooking with said mangoes the season seems to go far too quickly would you agree? So I made the most of the above mentioned seeing, eating and cooking with mangoes and whipped up a HEALTHY FROZEN MANGO MACADAMIA BAR. It's a bit of a Weiss Bar imposter... although I think the freshness of the fruit and the fact the white creamy stripey
  • PLANT BASED Made this scrumptious plant based nourish bowl this
    18 hours ago by brownpapernutrition PLANT BASED: Made this scrumptious plant based nourish bowl this week and it's all I want to eat right now again! I used rocket, tomato, zucchini noodles, mint and sprouts as my fresh ingredients and then made all the flavours juicy and delicious with the toppers in my fridge and pantry. If you have some staples there to bring flavour into the meal then you can create deliciousness from the most basic ingredients on hand. My fun little taste boosters included: + kimchi + dukkah + olives + hemp butter - just made using hemp seeds and olive oil much
  • GREEN PEA SPINACH AND MUNG BEAN CURRY  Aiming this
    4 days ago by brownpapernutrition GREEN PEA SPINACH AND MUNG BEAN CURRY : Aiming this year to do a series of recipes that use some ingredients from pantry and freezer only. Quick, easy, super tasty, not a cheat’s variation per se, but no excuses meals because the ingredients are there, ready and waiting for you in the freezer and pantry – you know what I’m saying? For the days you can’t be bothered to go to the shops, or have come from travel (my inspiration moment for this series), or maybe just want to budget your diet more, you know where I am coming from

SPICED PUMPKIN CAULIFLOWER AND DUKKAH

Curry spice is underrated. Massively. Maybe it's because it was overused in the 70-80s hit favourite - curried eggs, or maybe it's simply because we don't know when or how to use it. Hopefully this will change things for you. Curry spice sprinkled over pumpkin in this recipe is the simplest way to up the...

HEALTHY BANOFFEE PIE

Just recently I joined Team Banoffee Pie. It's a serious team and an epic game and I soon discovered (my health) Banoffee Pie makes for a convincing win because it kicks some serious goals on so many levels. Obviously there's taste. Hands down point, shoot, score! But, how great is it when you create something delicious (and sweet...

SUNDAY : SORTED

We're big fans of kicking the week of nutrition into gear on a Sunday with a few little prep items here and there.. This week it's looking pretty colourful and drawing on any and all the leftovers in the fridge to make room for fresh inspiration. This week's SORTED also supremely SIMPLE...

CHARRED CAULIFLOWER AND SESAME SALAD

WORDS AND RECIPE: EVIE MORTON www.evieandginger.com  Cauliflower must be the most versatile vegetable ever. It can be mash, rice - sushi even! - fries and oh wait, 'bbq wings'! Yes, it's the best. I've charred it up here in a simple salad with plenty of sesame flavour. Such a good combination. If you're like me then...

FIBRE PLUS : CAROB PISTACHIO PRUNE BARS

Growing up mum had this thing about giving my sisters and I carob buttons instead of letting us have chocolate. We weren't THAT stoked on it but hey something treat like was better than nothing and despite completely rebelling behind her back, in the end life comes full circle and in my adult hood I returned...

SALTED CARAMEL AND PEANUT CHOC BARS

WORDS AND RECIPE : Evie Morton (@evieandginger) www.evieandginger.com Did someone say 'salted' and 'caramel'? It seems the minute you throw those two words together a special treat is made. This one is verrry special! Free from gluten, dairy, eggs, soy or refined sugar, it's packed with dates, cacao, coconut oil and the goodness of chewy scrumptious...

COOKING WITH FERMENTED FOODS : MISO EGGPLANT

When people (insert 'nutritionists') say the word 'fermented' it doesn't really conjure up desirable comfort foods for people. Yet, fermented foods are some of the most delicious about town and depending on how you use them can be anything from a simple addition to amp up the nutrition on your plate or be the focal...

SHADE OF NIGHT : SOLANACEOUS FAMILY

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. Moving into...