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Quick Apple Breakfast Muffins (paleo!)

Most quick breakfasts include refined starches, lots of sugar and preservatives - cereals, bagels, muffins - a sure way to leave us crashing later in the day, starved of nutrients, craving sweets and binging on unwanted calories. Here's a recipe that does none of that! Simple to make, these grain-free muffins are soft and delightfully nourishing, sweetened with unrefined maple syrup and spiked with...

Creamy Sesame Broccoli

Sometimes a craving hits for the classic broccoli and cheese combination. But if you're avoiding dairy, or just wanting to lighten up your diet, our upgraded version of a 'cheese' sauce can very well satisfy that craving and provide a tasty way to get in more greens. This dish has all of the creaminess of a traditional cheese sauce but is made with tahini...

5-Ingredient Healthy ‘Nutella’

Who doesn't love that classic chocolate-hazelnut flavour combination?

Growing up in an Italian household, breakfast or snack wasn't complete without a hearty dose of Nutella! Although we've grown up, those cravings for all things chocolate and nutty haven't left us! But nowadays we're trying to opt for healthier and cleaner eating and avoid the excess sugars, oils and additives found in most processed foods. Here's our healthy...

Roasted Brussel Sprouts, Hazelnuts & Parmigiano

This combination is bursting with flavour and texture, and takes the underestimated brussel sprouts to new delicious heights. Roasting the brussel sprouts brings out a natural sweetness that is complimented with the rich flavour of the crunchy hazelnuts and the sharp, yet creamy, shards of  parmigiano cheese. An often over-looked and passed-up member of the cruciferous family, brussel sprouts are loaded with many valuable...

Caprese Quinoa Salad

Fresh and fragrant, delicious and satisfying. The classic Italian antipasto salad, Caprese, becomes more nourishing by combining it with protein-packed and mineral-rich quinoa. Plus, adding some dark leafy greens, such as baby spinach, makes this delicious dish even healthier! Best served cold as a side, or alternatively can be eaten as a vegetarian meal given it is loaded with protein from both the quinoa...