So... what's the difference between stock and broth?
This breakfast bread is only mildly sweet. Lots of seeds and spelt flour, make it a wholesome start to the day that's good for your tummy!! And with the addition of your favourite fruit spread, it makes for a lovely warm breakfast treat. Toasting for breakfast, top it with jam or honey For the … Continue reading Breakfast Bread w Spelt
Fancy a chocolate mousse dessert for breakfast? Well if it's of the healthy kind... then why not?? We were lucky to receive some delicious samples of Tash's Granola muesli. As far as granolas are concerned, Tash's product is quite unique. It is made with a selection of puff quinoa, whey protein isolate, activated buckwheat coconut … Continue reading Tash’s Granola & Chocolate Breakfast Mousse
It's Father's Day (breakfast-in-bed-day), and I decided to get the girls to help me with some baking whilst hubby had a sleep in. These cupcakes only require gentle mixing, so as I measured and added the ingredients, the girls took turns in stirring the batter. Too easy. These cupcakes include lots of healthy ingredients, and turn … Continue reading Fruit Salad Cupcakes
Lot's of goodness that packs a punch!
Thank God for weekends... when we can be slow and consistent like tortoises... Sometimes, just thinking about the busy days ahead is enough to get my head in a spin (and maybe yours too). That's when we rely most on our 'go-to' meals to keep us nourished and perhaps sane as well. This minestrone … Continue reading Minestrone with Veal Shank
A nice Winter recipe with no rice.
Our favorite green dip!
We love making our own Toasted Granola Muesli. Usually we make a batch every 2-3 weeks, experimenting with various ingredients, depending on what's in season.We also enjoy interchanging various dried fruits and nuts, according to our heart's desire. Compared with the supermarket Granola's, homemade granola is inexpensive and much tastier, especially because you can add … Continue reading Toasted Granola Muesli
Given that we are getting into the full swing of Autumn (in Melbourne) let's talk a little about Kale. Your local supermarket will generally stock three types of kale, green curly kale, red curly kale and the flatter-leaved Tuscan kale.But if you're feeling a little more adventurous, then you can head down to your local nursery … Continue reading Wilted Kale, Gorgonzola, Pine Nut & Currant Salad