Packed with the health benefits of omega-3, protein, fibre and lignans, Stoney Creek flaxseeds, oil and meal products add a smooth, nutty taste to smoothies, dressings, cereal, yoghurt and baked goods. Stoney Creek’s High Linoleic Safflower Oil is a soft-flavoured kitchen oil that can be used for baking, dressings, pan searing — and even massages!
Combining gluten-free biscuit bases and luscious dairy-free caramel and chocolate ganache, these tarts are the ultimate in decadent, healthy treats.
These gorgeous, moist, gluten-free orange cakes make a perfect nourishing treat with a cup of tea. Oranges are
a wonderful source of the antioxidant vitamin C, which is vital for collagen production for healthy, youthful-looking skin. Vitamin C is also important for adrenal gland function and to strengthen immunity. You will also get plenty of protein from these delicious cakes to help stabilise blood sugar levels and help curb cravings.
Speculaas are traditional Belgian biscuits made with a delicious spice blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, cardamom and cloves. This is a version using more nutrient-dense flours; a mix of brown-rice flour, blanched almond meal and spelt flour. These biscuits are pressed into a decorative wooden mould in the shape of a windmill, boat or person before baking, but any biscuit shape will do.
Waterzooi literally translates to “watery mess”, but this dish is anything but. Rich and creamy comfort food has been lightened up with a quick swap of the traditional full cream for evaporated milk. It’s a hug in a bowl.
Find a really good massaman curry paste for this recipe and you can’t go wrong. Of course, by all means make your own, but this recipe is sure to become a favourite on those nights you don’t feel like cooking!
This dish is so creamy you would never know it was vegan! It’s best cooked with starchy potatoes like Sebago, Maris Piper or Dutch Creams. Try to slice the potatoes quite thinly so it can cook quicker.
This creamy tahini dressing pairs perfectly with crispy chickpeas and roasted cauliflower. Cook the cauliflower until tender and slightly golden to prevent it going soggy. The addition of pomegranates provides a lovely burst of freshness to the dish.
Muesli isn’t just for breakfast! Brookfarm Natural Muesli is packed full of 15 all-natural premium ingredients including sustainably-sourced Australian macadamias, antioxidant-rich cranberries and fibre-rich brans for gut health. Brookfarm is Australian-owned and baked in Byron Bay. Their Natural Muesli is preservative- and additive-free, non-GMO, and also available in toasted and gluten-free varieties.
A ‘berry nice’ crumble that takes the guilt out of dessert. Made with Natural Muesli Macadamia Cranberry from Brookfarm.
This delicious banana & muesli protein bread is perfect for a full-breakfast or a post-work out snack!
Three recipes from JSHealth full of Vitality, Protein and flavour.
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