Paleo Granola muesli


4 cups of mixed nuts - I used almond, pistachio, hazelnuts, walnuts

1/2 cup of pepitas

1/2 cup of sunflower seeds

2 cups of dried fruit - I used apricots, cranberries and sultanas

1/2 cup of goji berries

1/4 cup chia seeds

1/2 cup quinoa flakes

1 cup dedicated coconut

1 cup of coconut oil

1/2 cup honey

2 tsp of vanilla extract

(The best thing about this recipe is you can change it to what ever you like, this is what I had in my pantry today but next week it may be something a little different)


Cauliflower Pizza Crust – yep its gluten free!


1 medium head of raw cauliflower (grated you should have 2-3 cups of cups. It looks like rice after grating or I use my thermo mix and pulse it in the thermo mix)

1 cup of shredded mozzarella

2 tbspn finely grated parmesan

1 egg

½ tspn of sea salt

1 tbspn Italian seasoning


Preheat oven to 200C

Yummy Almond & Banana Bread

500 grams of almonds

4 bananas

4 eggs

1/2 cup of rice bran oil

A big handful of naturally dried sultanas (optional)


First put nuts in a blender (I use a thermo mix) until it is grounded almost to flour. Pour in the rest of the ingredients (minus the sultanas) and blend. Stir in the sultanas. Pour onto baking paper on a baking tray and sprinkle with cinnamon (or sometimes use chopped nuts)

Warming gluten free Porridge

This little recipe is a great alternative to the usual oat porridge most people try. It is gluten free and soaked so much easier for our little people to digest. It is a warming, nourishing meal which is packed with energy to keep our little ones going throughout the day!


Ingredients -

Organic brown rice flakes

Almond/Coconut milk


Chia seeds


Sunflower seeds

Inca berries or organic sultanas



Vanilla powder

Cinnamon sprinkled

A drizzle of raw honey


Hearty Lamb Soup

Ever wondered what to do with the left over’s from that delicious lamb roast. Well this soup is so delicious and nutritious!!!!!

• Bone of lamb with some meat still left on

• 2 cloves of garlic

• 1 large onion

• Medium sweet potato

• 1 broccoli

• Left over vegies from your roast dinner

• 2 cups of homemade stock (chicken/lamb or beef)

• Tsp. of Himalayan salt

• ½ cup of Israeli cous cous

• Herbs and spices to taste

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Beautiful bone broth

This statement couldn’t be more true! Not only are the health benefits in making your own bone broth extraordinary the stuff tastes so good too. If you aren’t already making bone broth regularly, I encourage you to start today!

Broth (or stock) is a rich mineral infusion made by boiling bones of organic healthy animals with vegetables, herbs, spices and vinegar. It is an extremely powerful health elixir which can be added to your family’s diet.

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