I promised I would put the recipe up for this colourful bowl, so voila! I for one am definitely gravitating towards salads and raw foods now the Gold Coast is in the middle of summer. These falafels are ridiculously easy too make and so versatile they make regular appearances in my kitchen.

I love the addition of millet (or quinoa) in these to help break up the chickpea-ness. It stops them from being too dense, plus you get some complex carbs into your meal too.

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This Pad Thai has got to be one of my favourite meals, which is a pretty big thing for me to say because god knows I’ve made a lot of meals. I just add in whatever veggies I have on hand but my non negotiable’s are that they are crisp, fresh, and always covered in the satay sauce. You’ll regret it if you don’t make enough sauce, trust me.

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Oh it’s good to be back!!! I’m beyond happy to have time to blog again. Uni is done for the year and now the fun begins.


A little update on the Paradise Pantry for everyone… I was Flannerys Featured foodie for October >> I shared thoughts and facts about me and two recipes >> Choc, almond bars , Ultimate Chia Parfait 

And to top that, I was/am Loving Earths featured foodie for November. I’m still pinching myself because this was a huge goal for me and I’m so happy with the recipes that my brain came up with, and having myself and friends taste test I can guarantee they are delicious. They are all on the Loving Earth website >> Caramelised buckini popsicles, Cookie Slice, Choc, Mandarin tarts, Neapolitan Ice cream cake, Sunday Smoothie. Arghh, I love them all so much but in saying that the popsicles will be found 24/7 in my freezer this summer ☼


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This recipe seems appropriate now that spring weather is well and truly here ! Colourful, fresh and healthy. I love just putting in what ever vegetables and beans I have on hand. But I always have to have some guac and salsa to dip it into. Cashew cheese is also a delicious addition, and a glass of kombucha. #summeriscoming

Enjoy these in the sun (with a hat on) this weekend and you’ll be one happy chappy.

These nachos are vegan but can be changed to whatever suits you ! I just love making the veggie to corn chip ratio even, make sure you get veggies with every bit and these will be so much healthier than your typical restaurant nachos.

These sprouts (omg) , and all my veggies are from Farmer Foster at the Helensvale Farmers Markets. I’m in love. I sprinkle them on everything, such a beautiful fresh texture. So if you’re on the Gold Coast make sure to come and get some >> http://www.farmerfoster.com.au


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