It’s hard to believe that these chocolate crepes are gluten-free and vegan! They’re the perfect little treat for a weekend breakfast — without the guilt.
With antioxidant-rich berries and a scoop of your go-to protein powder, these mouth-watering protein crepes make the perfect post-workout meal!
These savoury crêpes are the perfect gluten-free and fuss-free alternative to bread when you’re craving a sandwich-type meal. Easy!
This miso broccoli and salmon salad is the perfect weekday lunch — it’s simple yet fresh, packed with flavour and loaded with nutrients.
The umami flavour we all love in Japanese cooking comes through so beautifully in this salted miso caramel slice, paired with chocolate and date for an extra-special showstopper.
Still learning to love plant-based food? This delicious teriyaki tofu bowl is exactly what you need — even the greatest tofu sceptics will love it!
This low-kilojoule vegetarian spaghetti is simple yet delicious, packed with zesty flavour and loads of texture — and you’ll have it on the table in 10 minutes!
Treat yourself to this decadent, gluten-free spiced pear dish, packed with aromatic flavours and plenty of fibre to boost digestive health.
Want to take a simple breakfast to the next level? Try these Turkish poached eggs — and don’t forget the delicious chilli oregano butter to elevate your brekky or brunch spread!
Topped with poached chicken and zesty Thai dressing, this summer-ready salad is the perfect combination of salty, sweet, zingy and fresh — the ultimate flavour explosion!
We love this nourishing soup whenever we feel a cold or flu coming on. Foods like this help to keep the body at a flu-fighting temperature and fend off any nasties. It’s laden with garlic – a fantastic antimicrobial, antifungal and immune booster, turmeric – a powerful anti-inflammatory, and ginger a robust digestive. Try making this recipe at home.
Are you looking for a soothing drink to make at home? This recipe is the type of elixir you can sip on every single day! Try making a big serving of this recipe and leave it in the fridge. Just bring it back to room temperature before drinking to make it easier for the body to assimilate, and to soothe a sore or congested throat.
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