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Hazelnut Chocolate Fudge

Woah, stop the damn bus! This fudge is a simple pleasure that must be kept on hand for when that sweet tooth pipes up; for when that cuppa just ain't…

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Spiced Baked Tofu

To a large bowl add: 1 tsp ground coriander 1 tsp ground cumin 1/2 tsp turmeric 1 tsp smoked paprika 1 tsp garlic powder salt and pepper. Toss cubed tofu…

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Tahini Coconut Slice

This sweet treat is super easy to make, there is no baking involved (I rejoice at this), and you can use any seed or nut butter - I used VV…

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Butter Bean Satay

Shitttt team, I am on fire with my random dinner creations of late, and I can’t help but share them with you! In fact, I often think of how I…

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Simple Harissa Veggie Pasta

This impromptu pasta meal was inspired by my homegrown leafy greens and a newly purchased jar of this Culley's harissa paste from my fave foodie haven, Moore Wilson's, on a…

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Superfood Chia Pudding

This pudding combines two of Mother Nature's most energising superfoods - chia seeds and blackcurrants. Chia seeds were a prized food of the Aztec's. These tiny powerhouses are antioxidant and…

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Basic Plant Based Crackers

We absolutely nail these homemade crackers in our household. They actually freeze well once baked which surprised me. Make sure to roll them nice and thin...unless you're a fan of…

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The Baby Brownie

About time I posted something sweet! If Ascension Kitchen's brownie and the Healthy French Wife's brownie had a baby, this would be it. I took the best of both recipes…

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Plant Pesto

I was blessed with a heap of organic parsley, coriander and kale. So we had this stunner of a pesto for dinner, stirred through some red lentil pasta spirals. It…

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Chickpea “Tuna” Mayo

After chatting with my bestie in their beautiful organic māra, she handed me handfuls of fresh dill and parsley to take home and spoke of how delicious chickpea “tuna” as…

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Blueberry Pancakes

These wee gems got the big tick from the small fries of the household. They've been on repeat lately and I tend to do double batches. Never mind kids, I…

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