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Is there any better way to eat cauliflower ? Roasting it just makes it so soft and flavoursome with the right amount of crunch on the edges. My mouth is watering just thinking about it.  I used to think cauliflower was a bit of a meh vegetable, this salad has totally changed it for me. This combo is meant to be together, I first got this idea from Jess Cox Nutritionist (genius) and have put my own little twist on it. I eat this for a main meal or as a side, plus I always make sure I have some leftover to brighten my lunch for the next day #yayleftovers. This recipe is extremely versatile, use whatever beans, seeds or grains you want. I sometimes add in grated beetroot, and I’ve made it with sesame seeds and cannelinni beans >> it always turns out great.

So next time you get a cauliflower, make sure this recipe is on your hit list.

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These are one of my absolute favourite savoury snacks. I put anything and everything on them, avocado, tomato, cashew cheese, Vegemite, dips, soups, in salads, organic cheddar, mums quince paste, hard boiled eggs, nut butters. I make sure to fill up a jar with them every week, they are definitely a staple in my pantry. 

I made them out of the desire to find a healthy cracker! Brayden loves his savoury snacks and so he would ask for crackers at work. I hated reading the ingredients on all the supermarket crackers and then lightbulb, surely I can make my own ?

Et voila, my seed crackers were born.

Homemade. Real ingredients. Simple & Easy. 

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Magical matcha, oh so tasty and versatile. I’ve put it in smoothies, balls, granola bars and now porridge. I adore the flavour and the colour so in my opinion matcha is just all around awesome. There’s still a bit of winter left, even on the Gold Coast. This porridge is perfect for those cold mornings, a bowl of sustained energy and antioxidants to keep you full and nourished. If you want to learn a bit more about matcha check out this post 

I couldn’t resist a couple of pieces of Loving Earths dark chocolate >> match made in heaven ! Matcha made heaven.. Haha, sorry.  Crunchy cacao nibs and fresh blueberries were excellent choices too. I think some berry chia jam and banana would also be delicious if the chocolate is a bit too extravagant for you to have in the morning. But seriously, just look at it oozing into itself!

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Matcha does it again. I adore the taste in this smoothie, nice and thick so its almost like green tea ice cream.

I always add toppings, it makes a smoothie more of a meal and makes you chew which helps digestion. Plus toppings are plain delicious. To me, they are just as important as the smoothie. I am a huge fan of texture in my food, the crunch of nuts and chewiness of mulberries on top of a silky smooth green jar of goodness, mmm mmmm.

 

Love matcha like me?

Check out these recipes and learn more about this amazing green powder >> Matcha Latte >> Matcha Porridge 

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