Easy Dhal Dinner

Many good things take time and my visit to the picturesque home of Vitoria took a good year of planning before my travel north. Upon arrival my only request was “Where is your Dhal Darl?” My favorite all time meal as prepared by the very clever Lady Munchkin. Without further ado, pots were rinsed, strainers … Continue reading

Raw Cakes

Raw Cake Basically you can really run with different ideas on how this could go but here is an idea of how to structure the ingredients you use. Base 300g macadamias (not soaked) 14 pitted dates (soaked for 10 minutes) In a food processor pulse the macadamias first, trying to keep a good eye on … Continue reading

Cooking with Kids

Learning to cook is a lifelong journey and a very important skill to have. Wouldn’t it be great if it came at a young age to set you up for life on a healthy path? The aim of Cooking with Kids is to infuse kids with a passion for cooking and to have an interest … Continue reading

Babies First Foods

  Babies are ready for solid foods when they show interest and hopefully this is after 6 months as introducing it before could disrupt their little digestive system with too much too soon. Some great options are young Coconut (water and soft meat), Avocado and Pureed Vegetables (single veggies first and then as the weeks … Continue reading

Smooth Cacao Truffles

      These babies are vegan and sugar free..not that I would give them to babies but distracting older kids from the chocolate that’s out there on shop shelves is a definite plus with this recipe. The cacao is organic and even Raw (which there is argument for and against this being better) the … Continue reading

Buckwheat Pancakes

Ingredients Organic hulled Buckwheat Himalayan Salt Filtered water Coconut Oil Process Soak the buckwheat quantity that you want to make (1 cup makes approx 4 pancakes) Sprouting Soak just above the level of the buckwheat and only leave to soak for 10 min then rinse in a plastic strainer really well, let it drain and … Continue reading

Yummmmy Green smoothie

  Not only is this a great first food for bubs for their daily plug in at an early age with green food…but if their parents drink it (or anyone really) watch out! You’ll be happier, healthier, choosing better food, and literally shinning! It’s very simple. All you need is a powerfull blender, some greens … Continue reading

Buckwheat and Quinoa Pizza

    One jar of organic tomato purée 700g 2Tbs chia seeds 1/2tsp Himalayan salt 1 tsp oregano or your preferred herb Organic mozzarella or halloumi Pesto (optional on top after cooking) Process Spoon 2 heaped Tbs of the Base mix on a cast iron pan with a tad of coconut oil in between sides … Continue reading

My Grandmother’s Cough Remedy

 1 cup of filtered water 1 Organic Brown Onion (skin left on, onion cut into quarters) 1 Tbsp raw honey Put the water and the onion into a saucepan and watch it come just to the boil. Before it boils quickly lower the heat. If you have an electric stove at this point partial positioning … Continue reading