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Month: April 2019

3-Ingredient Peanut Butter Cups

If there are two ingredients that absolutely #sparksjoy for me, it has to be dark chocolate and peanut butter. But not just the regular ones, I’m talking about real-good high-quality dark chocolate and all-natural peanut butter with no nasty stuff. This easy healthy treat is your perfect alternative if you love Reese’s peanut butter cups except for the loads of refined sugar that goes into every bite.  I made a big batch of these last weekend and it’s hanging out in my fridge ready to be enjoyed one bite a time. Okay, maybe two.  Who am I kidding?  There are …

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Dairy-Free Mushroom Stroganoff

Meatless meals have never been as delicious with this mushroom stroganoff.  It’s vegan, dairy-free, and takes you under 30 minutes to whip up.  This works perfectly with brown rice, or on wholewheat pasta.   You can also meal-prep a big batch, and freeze half of it and just re-heat for those busy nights. Stroganoff dishes are usually made with meat like beef and cooked with lots of cream.  For the health buffs like you, you can now enjoy the same delicious meal without the meat and the dairy if those are two of the foods that you are trying to …

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No-Bake Chocolate Cashew Bars

If you know me, I’m one for easy, delicious, healthy snacks. And if I can make one snack bar in just 10 ingredients in under 10 minutes, then I’m all ears!  You can make a big batch of these bars, freeze half of the batch and store them for those busy weeks when you need a quick bite.  If I can sum-up what these CHOCOLATE CASHEW BARS are all about, it’s that they are: NO-BAKE RAW VEGAN GLUTEN-FREE 100% WHOLESOME EASY-TO-MAKE DELICIOUS KID-FRIENDLY   A FEW NOTES ABOUT THIS RECIPE If you have nut allergies, then you can sub the …

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The Perfect Creamy Bowl of Oats

The cold weather is here in Melbourne which means more oat bowls in the mornings. After making hundreds of these, I’ve found some simple hacks to make them the creamiest, fluffiest, most delicious oats you can ever have. I have 3 simple tips for you: Add a RIPE BANANA while cooking your oats on stove-top. This also acts as your natural sweetener. Cook with twice as much milk (I use homemade cashew or almond milk) instead of just plain water. Cook over low heat for about 8-9 minutes while stirring constantly. NO TIME TO COOK? Not a problem! I know …

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Tofu Scramble with Kale

An easy, delicious, plant-based dairy-free TOFU SCRAMBLE WITH KALE will be your next favorite!  It uses firm tofu which is an excellent egg substitute and then seasoned with lots of aromatic spices giving it so much flavor in every bite. It’s mixed with some organic kale to even make it more nutrient-dense and pine nuts for added crunch. I paired it with some sliced avocado, or sweet potatoes, and some sweet chili sauce.  It’s super delicious!   This recipe is GLUTEN-FREE, DAIRY-FREE, PLANT-BASED, 100% WHOLESOME, EASY-TO-MAKE, SUPER DELICIOUS & FILLING What are you waiting for, go make it! If you make …

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Honey Siracha Glazed Turkey Meatballs

This recipe is sweet, tangy, and packed with so much flavor and nutrients. My family loves meatballs and it’s my go-to recipe whenever I want to hide in there some veggies like zucchinis, mushroom, carrots, for my little eater. You can mealprep a huge batch and save some for those busy nights as well. If you want it more kid-friendly, just skip the siracha and add regular tomato sauce. Hope you enjoy this recipe! INGREDIENTS 500 grams lean ground turkey 1/2 cup mushrooms, chopped 1 medium onion, chopped 1/3 cup chopped red capsicum 1/4 tsp garlic powder 1 egg 1/2 …

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Dairy-Free Mushroom Stroganoff

Meatless meals have never been as delicious with this mushroom stroganoff.  It’s vegan, dairy-free, and takes you under 30 minutes to whip up.  This works perfectly with brown rice, or on wholewheat pasta.   You can also meal-prep a big batch, and freeze half of it and just re-heat for those busy nights. Stroganoff dishes are usually made with meat like beef and cooked with lots of cream.  For the health buffs like you, you can now enjoy the same delicious meal without the meat and the dairy if those are two of the foods that you are trying to …

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Avocado Chocolate Mousse

If you have been following my Instagram, you would know by now that I’m a huge avocado fanatic. I can eat it every single day. Seriously.  So whenever I come across a recipe that has avocado and chocolate in one phrase, then I’m all for it! I’ve tried making this recipe a couple times with different iterations, and this by far is my most favorite. You can barely notice the avocado taste and would think it’s just pure chocolate in it. This decadent dessert is: GLUTEN-FREE, RAW, EGG-FREE, REFINED SUGAR-FREE, RICH CHOCOLATEY, 100% WHOLESOME AND DELICIOUS And best part is, …

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Buckwheat Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

When you have over-ripe bananas sitting in your kitchen counter, there’s no better way to use them than to mash them up and make them into these super-moist, delicious healthy muffins with gooey chocolate chips and banana chunks in every bite. Sounds good? Tastes even better! Before I get too carried away, a few things you should know about these heavenly muffins. They are… SUPER MOIST, WHOLE-GRAIN, REFINED-SUGAR-FREE, QUICK & EASY, 100% WHOLESOME + DELICIOUS So what makes these muffins special? It’s the flour I used. Introducing BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. What the heck is buckwheat anyway? Buckwheat although considered a grain, …

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Honey Siracha Glazed Turkey Meatballs

This recipe is sweet, tangy, and packed with so much flavor and nutrients. My family loves meatballs and it’s my go-to recipe whenever I want to hide in there some veggies like zucchinis, mushroom, carrots, for my little eater. You can mealprep a huge batch and save some for those busy nights as well. If you want it more kid-friendly, just skip the siracha and add regular tomato sauce. Hope you enjoy this recipe!