Baked red lentil and carrot falafels (GF)

One may be aware of my love for lentils and beans- all legumes in  fact! They are so versatile, packed full of nutrients including fibre, protein and folate and are so affordable especially when purchased in bulk. Lentils in particular are higher in protein compared to beans and are an excellent source of B vitamins and iron.

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No-bake quinoa, tahini and rose muesli bars (GF)

Happy weekend pals! Those from the Southern Hemisphere, I hope you are all enjoying this beautiful Spring sunshine (and not suffering from the much-dreaded hay fever like I have randomly started!). I’ve been craving some muesli bar-like snacks for awhile and came up with this recipe using organic puffed quinoa that I found at my local health food store.

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Mung bean dahl

Oh hello, here is another curry recipe! My love for curry recipes especially dahl is never-ending especially during autumn and winter when our body thrives on the nourishing, grounding and healing spices. Mung bean, like any other legume is high in plant based protein, complex carbohydrates and fibre amongst micronutrients like folate. Throw these nourishing ingredients in a pot and let it simmer away for the hour and voila, a nutrient-dense, hearty meal is ready with plenty of leftovers for future meals.

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Seed cycling and why I do it… and the ultimate hemp and lemon dressing for in between.

Y’all who have been following me for awhile would know how much I love tahini. As in literally tahini on anything and everything…okay, okay, maybe not everything but you know what I mean. There are two weeks of my month where I cannot consume tahini or there sesame products and that makes me relatively sad. Those who have also been following me for awhile would know that I follow seed-cycling principles. What is that? I hear many of you ask. Let me explain!

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Blueberry and passionfruit oat crumble (GFO)

I’ve been craving a combination of crunchy oats and coconut morphed with blueberries for ages after strolling through Pinterest and decided to come up with this dish. It is so healthy, loaded with healthy fats, complex carbohydrates, protein and fibre to keep you full and satisfied. These are perfect for breakfast or just as a snack with a side of coconut yoghurt or coconut cream!

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“Buttermilk” buckwheat waffles with blueberry maple yoghurt (GF)

I am usually a creature of habit when it comes to my breakfasts, often sticking with peanut butter on sprouted toast, chia pudding of some sort or the occasional oats. This recipe uses buckwheat flour which I mill out of activated buckwheat groats as well as a plantbased version of buttermilk. Served with blueberry and maple syrup swirled coconut yoghurt, this dish was the perfect Sunday breakfast in front of the fireplace with a warm matcha latte.

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Chocolate, banana and pecan loaf (GF)

The baking  bug struck again the other day and I came up with this gluten-free, refined sugar-free and delicious loaf using some of the abundance of ripe bananas. I used vegan chocolate chips, raw organic cacao, bananas, activated pecans and organic coconut flakes in the mix. This loaf is high in fibre, protein and magnesium due to the cacao, pecans, coconut flakes and buckwheat flour.

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