Homemade Fish & Chips

Homemade Fish & Chips

Fish and chips is a pretty classic takeaway meal here in NZ. They are traditionally wrapped in paper and newspaper to absorb all the oil.....and believe me there is A LOT of oil! While this is a tasty way of eating fish, it certainly is not good for your health. In this recipe, the fish is lightly crumbed and pan fried in coconut oil and the chips are oven baked making them a lot better for you! 

Apple & Vanilla Buckwheat Porridge

Apple & Vanilla Buckwheat Porridge

I think we can all agree that winter = porridge! I seriously love porridge, however oats just do not agree with my stomach which is why I wanted to come up with a buckwheat porridge version. Buckwheat is such a versatile grain and can be used in so many different ways from salads, breads and even porridge! This recipe is gluten-free, dairy-free, super easy to make and tastes amazing!

Sultana & Walnut Bread

Sultana & Walnut Bread

For a lot of people who cut out refined and processed foods, the number one food they miss is often bread...it is for me anyways! This bread is refined sugar free, made with all natural ingredients, paleo and doesn't contain any gluten or dairy. It is also high in healthy fats and protein, so one slice of this bad boy will keep you feeling full and satisfied for longer than your average bread. 

Homemade Lolly Cake

Homemade Lolly Cake

Traditional lolly cake is pretty much just made with malt biscuits, condensed milk, butter and Eskimo lollies. So fair to say void of any nutrients and a good way to sky rocket the blood sugar levels. Below is a healthy twist on traditional lolly cake, but this one is packed full of nutrients, high in healthy fats, protein, fiber and antioxidants....definitely something you can give the kids everyday.