Three-Ingredient Chocolate Mousse

Three-Ingredient Chocolate Mousse

Guys! If you make just one thing this week/month/year, make it this three-ingredient chocolate mousse! Seriously it's the BEST EVER. And it's completely plant-based. The texture of this mousse is out-of-this-world and is just as though you've made it with cream! Sweeten your mousse up with maple, let it set cold in the fridge and enjoy! I love topping mine with fresh raspberries or even some nuts.

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Rainbow Rolls with NuVitality

Rainbow Rolls with NuVitality

Nuts and seeds are some of my most favourite ingredients to use in cooking. Not only are they powerhouses of nutrition but their versatility is endless! There really isn’t anything you can’t do with them! Today I’m sharing an absolute cracker of a recipe that I developed in partnership with NuVitality, who are a small whole foods company picking and packing the best quality nuts, seeds, and grains.

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Chocolate Walnut Brownie Raw Cheesecakes

Chocolate Walnut Brownie Raw Cheesecakes

These babies are like a celebration in bite! And just in time for the hugest week of milestones! First my birthday, then the launch of MixMe by Naturally Nutritious which is my very own brand of healthy, nut-free waffles and bliss balls in flavours that have NEVER been done before! Hop over to MixMe to learn more about it and order some goodies for yourself, the kids or your dad in time for Father's day this Sunday!
 

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Red Lentil Soup

Red Lentil Soup

This week there's been a few weird-weather days here in Melbourne. Even though it's summer, we went through a bit of a rainy, cold-snap and I felt like nothing more than soup. However, because it is summer, I didn't have any of the usual suspects in my fridge, like celery, pumpkin or broccoli. Luckily, I had the right handful of ingredients to make this delish Turkish red lentil soup that I learnt to make last year.

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Raw Vegan Peanut Butter Cheesecake Bites

Raw Vegan Peanut Butter Cheesecake Bites

Humpday calls for treats. Well at least it does in my house haha! I had been wanting to recreate creamy, and smooth raw vegan peanut cheesecake bites like the ones I had sampled at a raw cooking class I did agggeeesssssssss ago but didn't want it to be too heavy or sweet or too dense. 

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Chargrilled Eggplant Soup

Chargrilled Eggplant Soup

Well what a day! Today marks Isaac and mine's 8th anniversary together. We met in high school, year 7 to be exact when I had changed schools and ended up in Isaac's class. I made a great bunch of friends, a lot of whom I still call great friends today but Isaac wasn't one of them right away. His locker was above mine but we never spoke to each because you know - high school. So the silence continued for term after term until one day we had a 'battleships' competition in maths class.

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Lime & Mango Slice

Lime & Mango Slice

I've always been one to pick zesty flavours over caramel/chocolate flavours because I find them super flavoursome and generally not as sweet. I always love enjoying a raw slice but they always have dates in them but I am actually sorbitol-intolerant and dates have a pretty large chunk of sorbitol in them. So to save looking 6 months pregnant after a coffee and cake date, I always end up going to something else.

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Pumpkin, Coconut & Peanut Butter Soup

Pumpkin, Coconut & Peanut Butter Soup

As many of you who follow me on instagram know, I have been working on something so special for what seems like AGES now! I wanted you to be the first to know that I have spent the better part of the year trying, testing, photographing, and building my FIRST EVER recipe ebook! And what's better?

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Vegan Dips

Vegan Dips

I used to always think that dips were just for the adults at parties i went to when i was little. they seemed to love dip. the women with the double-denim and too-dark-for-them bob haircuts were always chatting, laughing, and slapping each other's thigh when a joke was told all with a jatz cracker in their hand topped with french onion dip. 

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Malaysian Mango Salad

Malaysian Mango Salad

Last year i went to borneo, malaysia to study and undertake a community health project in a few of the communities. even though the communities were not super far away from each other, the food and culinary practices varied incredibly! in the village that was farthest away, lacked transport, and had the lowest socioeconomic status came the most amazing food!

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