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  • SUPER EXCITED to announce NUTRITION COLLECTIVE WORKSHOP PART 2
    2 weeks ago by brownpapernutrition SUPER EXCITED to announce NUTRITION COLLECTIVE WORKSHOP PART 2 : NUTRITION FOR PREGNANCY on Saturday 17 August, 2019!!!!  @nutritioncollectiveaus  Following on from PART 1: PRECONCEPTION AND FERTILITY we will dive deep into Pregnancy Nutrition. There isn’t a whole lot of information out there regarding what you SHOULD EAT during pregnancy, rather just the scary stuff, so  @wholefoodhealing  and I are absolutely stoked to be bringing our in depth knowledge to you. Brit and I will empower you by taking away the fear and guess work when it comes to nourishing you and your baby during pregnancy. Starting at Trimester One
  • BALI BOUND!!!!! Spending the next week not working cooking cleaning
    1 week ago by brownpapernutrition BALI BOUND!!!!! Spending the next week not working, cooking, cleaning, organising, dealing or doing anything but relaxing, playing, surfing and of course alllllllllll the eating. THANK YOU SO MUCH to everyone who loaned me their hot tips for places to eat around Canggu!!!! Cannot freakin wait!!! PS these are my uber delicious Tahini Macadamia Icy Poles and they await you in this month's issue of Eat Well  @wellbeing_magazine  - easiest dessert to have stashed in the freezer - make them, then you'll feel like it's summer even when it's winter?!?!?!  #everydayisagooddayfornicecream  YOU’LL LOVE TAHINI BECAUSE... it’s rich in calcium for
  • Sooooooooooooo testing some CINNAMON SCROLLS at the moment and there
    2 weeks ago by brownpapernutrition Sooooooooooooo testing some CINNAMON SCROLLS at the moment and there ain't no complaining in my house about it SUCH a yummy winter treat with a mug of warm ho-cho, chai, tea or dandy - have you tried dandelion tea? Kinda tastes like coffee but without the caffeine hit and made of dandelion root which can help support healthy liver function too, it's delicious - hunt it down if you haven't! Making these with a beautiful spelt flour and plenty of cinnamon (obv) but trying to avoid the extra sugary component on the top - once they're peaking I'll share the
  • Rainbow platter I made to kick off our big friends
    2 weeks ago by brownpapernutrition Rainbow platter I made to kick off our big friends lunch last weekend... one of my favourite things to make!  #saysthataboutallfood  Mixed it up to suit all tastebuds - a combo of dips with some dukkah over the top  #fancy  veggie sticks  #hellsyeah , tamari almonds, olives, seed snaps, pickles  #theobsessioncontinues , a few cheeses, crackers, and some baby radish! In a world where we are so 'connected' yet so disconnected at the same time, I truly cherish having my nearest with me to share beautiful food. Eating with joy is powerful for your health, make sure you disconnect from other distractions
  • Our touchdown meal in Bali wasnt Indonesian but by god
    12 hours ago by brownpapernutrition Our touchdown meal in Bali wasn’t Indonesian but by god were these tortilla with cauliflower, asparagus creme and some bangin sweet spicy crunchy thing a bloody delight for the tastebuds  @quince_bali  !!!! From there the eating extravaganza continued around Canggu until we had our final few days in Nusa Dua. There are so many ridiculously good, wholefoods and a stack of plant based (or giving plenty of veg options) locations you absolutely must visit when next in Bali, I will write them up in the blog ASAP with pics. I captured everything on my iPhone this time rather than lug

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...

Greek Lentil Salad

By Greek we mean - more like the flavours you'd find in a traditional greek salad but with a twist, because whilst feta cheese is ridiculously tasty lentils provide a more abundant nutrition profile - and simply more protein! And protein is the macro we want to introduce into our salads to pump up the...

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...

MOROCCAN PUMPKIN SALAD

Fairly in love with pumpkin, more so than sweet potato and some of the other root vegetables and this super robust dish really speaks for just how insane pumpkin is. The nature of the pumpkin carries spices such as sweet paprika, turmeric and cinnamon so well, not to mention by adding these culinary spices we...

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,...