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  • New catering menus to read  guaranteed to give you
    3 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
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    5 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,
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    7 days 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
  • All about the fruit in salads at the moment adds
    1 week ago by brownpapernutrition All about the fruit in salads at the moment, adds delishhhhh flavour plus quality carbohydrate sources, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, fibre - all the good stuff! This is one of my fave chickpea salads made with the obvious ingredient - chickpeas - and crunchy sprouts, celery, herbs and a scrumptious tahini yoghurt dressing. Nuts would be my other favourite ingredient to add into salads to make them a bit more fancy schmancy and to up the quality of nutrition (in an already nutritious meal lol but why hold back?!?!) - WHAT'S YOURS? Ps. This salad keeps really well for a few
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    4 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 

Peanut Butter Oat Bars

The best way to reboot your health routine is to plan ahead. If you’re guilty of reaching for chocolates after dinner, make these healthy peanut butter oat bars and stash them in your freezer. Break off a little after dinner and enjoy something sweet – without the guilt. They are dairy-free, vegan wholefoods goodness with...

5 ingredient spiced cauliflower and pumpkin

If you have a few simple ingredients on hand you CAN make a nourishing meal. No excuses. I generally have pumpkin and cauliflower in my fridge and because I don't want to eat it the same way all the time I throw in spices and a couple of other ingredients (kale and walnuts here) and...

SPROUTY CHICKPEA SALAD WITH TAHINI YOGHURT

A bit like a waldorf salad but with a seriously nutritious punch! Loving my throw this in and throw that in, create with whatever is on hand salads that are rocking lunch break at the moment! Chickpeas and sprouts are the hero in this salad. You might be seeing a few sprouts pop up in the recipes...

CASHEW BROCCOLINI SALAD WITH WASABI DRESSING

Abundance of broccolini in the fridge made way for this creation, plus a wonderful way to start off your week with plenty of green! Did you know broccoli and broccolini are actually members of the cabbage family and like their family members they demonstrate some amazing anticancer effects - particularly in breast cancer (Murray et al,...

PEACH ASPARAGUS AND MINT SALAD

Obsession with summer stone fruits means they're really receiving a stack of air time in our recipes at the moment! Salads are such a lovely way to enjoy stone fruits and really up the impressive factor in a meal with zero fuss at all. One of my favourites is with asparagus in a salad because the contrast of...

CITRUS ASPARAGUS AND QUINOA SALAD

Citrus, Quinoa and Asparagus Salad… a delicious welcome to Spring! Some of my favourite ingredients in this dish inspired by the new and completely divine Jurlique Shower Gels and Body Lotions. Spring is the perfect time to renew the way we eat, with light, fresh foods to nourish our bodies and our skin from the...

VIDEO: HOW TO MAKE HEALTHY SHNICKERS BAR

It was definitely time to revisit this one and what better time than pre 100km OXFAM Walk so we had some nourishing treats up our sleeve!!!! This slice / bar / Shnickers (not snickers) is ridiculous in all ways - taste, simplicity and crunchy but chewy factor. Watch how simple it is and make it...

HEALTHY VEGAN CHOC PEANUT BUTTER BROWNIES

Because the theme of the week is definitely Peanut Butter (although maybe that's the theme every week!!?!?!) we created an epic Healthy Vegan Choc Peanut Butter Brownie. Learning lots at the moment on the binding ingredients in plant based cooking. Where once eggs stood, our standard binder for baked goods in particular, the combination of flaxseed and...

CURRY SPICED CAULIFLOWER

Meat Free Monday looking mighty fine with these deliciously spiced cauliflower 'steaks'. That said, why reserve them for a Monday - any time of the week is a good time for these! CURRY SPICED CAULIFLOWER STEAKS GF : DF : SF : VEGAN 1 whole head of cauliflower, cut 1-2cm on the round so as many large pieces...