Keto Chia Coconut Balls

These keto balls will help you stay in ketosis, they will help keep your blood glucose level stable and wont give you an insulin spike and they will curb any craving you have.  They are high protein, low in carbs and high in good essential fatty acids to keep you satiated for longer periods.  

Spinach, Coriander Hommus

This is a great way to add extra veggies and herbs into your diet or your kids diets.  Serve with a platter of veggie sticks or as a compliment to a main course.  Its a great prebiotic, feeding the beneficial flora of the gastrointestinal tract.  Also high in the vitamins K, A and folate and high in the minerals phosphorus, potassium, zinc, calcium, iron, and magnesium.

Low Carb Cauliflower Fried Rice

This seriously tastes like normal fried rice but you don't get the blood glucose surge and then dump afterwards.  This is a great meal if you want something light, are low carb and in particular if you have a metabolic disorder.  

Roasted Broccoli, Chickpea and Pumpkin Salad.

I normally make this salad with cauliflower but substituted with broccoli, which turned out really well.  Salads are the biggest part of my family’s nutrition so I’m always looking for different interesting mixes.  This one’s a winner.  

Slow Cooked Braised Steak

I don’t particularly like winter, except for the cooking!  It means more healing bone broths, nourishing stews and casseroles and warming anti-inflammatory soups.  It also means I can make use of my favorite kitchen item… The Slow-Cooker.

Collagen Cake Recipe

This creation came about for Dave’s birthday, which he likes to go under the radar. But to celebrate I wanted to do something a bit special and we don’t eat cake, well I don’t eat cake so to go along with getting a year older I made a collagen cake. The base is gelatin from grass fed, humanely raised cows.

Green Goddess Dressing

This green goddess dressing has come across the globe from the Netherlands to Spain and now into my hands in Melbourne by my friend Manada.  It's a versatile, delicious and nutritious dressing, dip or spread.

Slow Cooked Osso Bucco

This beautiful winter warmer is delicious and nutritious.  Beef osso bucco slow cooked in homemade bone broth is a bowl of nutritious, gut building and calcium abundant goodness. 

Carob, Coconut & Seed Bark

Carob is my option at the moment if I feel like something so I don’t have the caffeine hit and the potentially toxic theobromine. It’s naturally sweet too so you don’t need to add any sweetners.

Stress Support Jello’s

Are you under pressure? Feeling stressed out? Fatigued? It could mean your adrenals (the glands that secrete cortisol, the stress hormone) are under the pump. Which means they need support!!

Kelp Noodle Stir Fry

A stir fry is always a regular dish in our household because its quick and easy to make as well as being clean and nutritious.  The kelp noodles give this recipe an iodine boost which is great for everyone since our diets are deficient in iodine.

Carob, carrot and coconut loaf

I love my loaves and am always trying different combinations using predominantly vegetables. This loaf is great for breakfast, a snack or dessert. It has no added sugar at all, the carrots and carobs natural sugar is more than enough sweetness. 

Grain Free Blood Sugar Stabilising Porridge

This is a great alternative to the carbohydrate loaded traditional porridge or cereal and even more satisfying and fulfilling with out the crash and burn hours afterwards. It’s low-carb, anti-inflammatory and won’t cause blood sugar problems.