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  • Im a big believer that food can be your medicine
    2 days ago by brownpapernutrition I’m a big believer that food can be your medicine and that foods such as these are vital to support your health at this time. Those foods rich in Vitamin C, zinc, beta glucans, Vitamin D and other immune boosting nutrients. However, sometimes it can be tricky to pack it all in, which is why I have teamed up with  @melrosehealth  to talk about what we can do to boost our nutrient intake in the body and have our immune system firing for the cooler months ahead of us. Incorporating a powdered Vitamin C with all of the above nutrients
  • BAKED ZUCCHINI CRISPY CHICKPEAS HUMMUS HERBS AND DUKKAH  Legit
    4 days ago by brownpapernutrition BAKED ZUCCHINI CRISPY CHICKPEAS HUMMUS HERBS AND DUKKAH : Legit lived on this number for about 4 days recently. It absolutely saved me on the days of mania with homeschool and baby. Enjoyed as it was, with some extra seeds snaps or a piece of sourdough some days and others with (pre) boiled eggs too. Delicious way to pack plenty of greens, fibre, plant protein and healthy fats into one. Recipe now up on the blog! Happy Sunday y'all! Jacq  #plantbasedrecipes 
  • How are you 13 weeks already?!?!?! How have I not
    5 days ago by brownpapernutrition How are you 13 weeks already?!?!?! How have I not slept in that long yet still stand up hahahahahha - love you miss Elke my littlest duckling  #13weeksold   @boden_clothing 
  • Double tap for a piece of my yum COFFEE DATE
    3 days ago by brownpapernutrition Double tap for a piece of my yum COFFEE DATE AND WALNUT SLICE!!!! It’s plant based, gluten free and made with decaf coffee so I am not climbing the walls after Going to pop the recipe below for you, also FYI do not be popping little cacao nibs on top as I evidently did, as it looks crap, so I ended up dressing the with cacao and then thought oh my god you freakin genius it’s like a cappuccinoooooooo!!!  #ineedtogetoutmore  ok time for recipe!! COFFEE DATE WALNUT SLICE Soak 1 cup pitted medjool dates in 3/4 cup STRONG decaf (you
  • Basic but beautiful quality ingredients and yummy big flavours in
    21 hours ago by brownpapernutrition Basic but beautiful quality ingredients and yummy big flavours in my TERIYAKI ROAST VEGGIE BOWL. Roasted a combo of pumpkin, capsicum, eggplant, zucchini and carrot, then added the home made teriyaki sauce - recipe below - and popped back in oven to caramelise it (kinda - not sure of clever cooking word!) for about ten minutes. Served up with some boiled free range eggies for protein and delishhhh avocado for healthy fats - BALANCE! Will write full recipe soon! So stoked at the fresh food coming in our weekly box from  @thegoodbunch  TERIYAKI SAUCE: 4 TBSP TAMARI 1 TBSP HONEY

IGTV How to make Indian Spice Vegetarian Sausage Rolls

Using leftover veggies, a handful of herbs and wholesome binders like seeds, oats and eggs to create these beauties. I'm no pastry chef as you'll soon see, but I do love a cheeky vegetarian sausage roll and I think you'll love these too. You can try different spice blends of course too - Mexican, Moroccan,...

Hidden veggie fried rice

This is such a winning, balanced and nutritious meal for families throughout the week. It’s a rich source of quality protein from @australianeggs, choc-a- bloc with veggies including some hidden cauliflower and broccoli, grated and disguised as ‘rice’ (kids never pick it!) and delicious wholegrain brown rice. The peanut satay gives it an extra kick...

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...

A sneak peek inside my column for Eat Well magazine

It's an honour this year to be writing a column and recipes for the ever popular Australian magazine Eat Well! Eat Well is chock a block full of nutritious and diverse recipes and articles on how to eat your way to better health and well being. Issue 22 and my first issue to submit articles to includes...

Baked Zucchini Tomato Feta with Tahini Yoghurt

It's been a while since my last post on the blog, SO MUCH has happened and as it has my priorities haven't been all on the bloggosphere. I'll get back here in time, just need to focus on some big change, gain clarity and put it all into perspective. (I've still been sharing lots of recipes...

Puy lentil, broccolini, pepita and goat cheese salad

Some crave sweet, the gals in our kitchen and I crave crunchy, savoury with a little bit a creamy and this one delivers! Have you tried Puy Lentils before? They're slightly smaller than a brown lentil, green and more delicate in flavour, teamed with the broccolini, pepitas and goat cheese they make the most delicious...