Lentil and mushroom stuffed cabbage rolls (GF)

Have you even had cabbage rolls? I had lots of organic cabbage laying around in the crisper and wanted to try something different for dinner so I came up with this delicious, healthy and relatively easy recipe. Lightly steamed cabbage leaves, filled with a mushroom lentil mixture and rolled up before baking in a tomato passata sauce with macadamia feta sprinkled on top. Have you even had cabbage rolls?

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Pinto bean cannelloni with bechamel sauce

Apologies for the lack of posts lately- the ups and downs of life had their role to play.

I bought some fancy quality cannelloni pasta shells awhile ago and instead of making the usual spinach and “ricotta” dish, I decided to do a spicy pinto bean sauce as well as an oatmilk bechamel. All dairy-free, seed-free and soy-free (not that there is anything wrong with them).

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Japanese pumpkin and adzuki bean masala stew (GF)

Oh look, another curry recipe! What can I say apart from the fact that this chilly afternoon weather makes me crave comforting yet nourishing and grounding food. To be honest, I wasn’t actually intending on making another curry but I guess adding coconut milk to a savoury spicy dish kinda makes it one right?

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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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Wholefood peanut butter brownies with salted caramel (GF)

On this day, I realised that I had legumes for lunch, snacks and dinner! I don’t think there is nothing wrong with that especially in a plantbased diet especially if the legumes are sourced organically and sustainable. Legumes are cheap and are an excellent source of fibre, protein, folate, vitamin B, magnesium and can be used in so many different dishes. Say hello to the humble yet absolutely delicious peanut butter brownies with a salted caramel. Sounds luxurious and guilt-laden right? Fear not- these are wholefoods based and use organic, homecooked chickpeas!

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