Chocolate Mousse brownie stack

┬áChocolate, it seems to be the theme running through my posts lately. And this post is no different.   But my excuse, winter and the need to wrap myself in warmth and deliciousness. There has been a chill to the … Continue reading

Kombucha spiked Chocolate Mud Cake

Life. It’s been busy, manic and timeless. Rushed, exhausting and a little chaotic. I am constantly thinking tomorrow will be calmer, tomorrow.   I have been out of sync, in need of recalibration, running 2 steps behind the universe. And … Continue reading

Mint, Pea, Cacao and Coconut Smoothie

When I think of recent health trends, there are 3 that in my world have been growing with rapid speed, pushing aside the recent, now classics of vegan, gluten free and dairy free. Raw, Green Smoothie and Coconuts are the … Continue reading

Date, Tahini and Cacao truffles (nut free, gluten free and dairy free)

The joy that is felt when you find a super healthy food that a 4 year old will eat happily at any time of day (or night) is only one a mum would get. It’s not very often the words, … Continue reading

A tart Lemon Curd Slice

The chill of winters air has made it’s way into the breeze. Bringing with it the desire for comfort, warmth and fullness.   The sun has lost it’s intensity, shining bright but with a waning warmth. A sleepy heat, just … Continue reading

Ricotta, Kale and Roast Pumpkin and Zucchini (GF) Lasagne

I love one pot meals. There’s more brain space, less washing up and an ease to serving. I love fancy, planned out, dish using, over technique-ed cooking too, but there is a hectic, chaotic moment in life when dinner time … Continue reading

Lime and Cinnamon Muesli Bars (nut free)

Sometimes you have to give in. Delve into desire, indulge and listen to that little voice asking for something more. That is the premise of this recipe, created for a little sweet voice of a babe, asking to be just … Continue reading

Homemade Ricotta

10 minutes. Sometimes 10 minutes can feel like an hour, in other moments 10 minutes can feel like 1. For the most part time is subjective, only relative when we need it. Even knowing this 10 minute cooking sure does … Continue reading

Pear and Almond Frangipane Freeform Tart

When Sunday rolls around (often with a simple bink of an eye) I make my morning commute into The Valley. A stunning tree lined, farm strewn, creek lined, rainforest just 5 kilometers from the beach. It’s a place to rejuvenate … Continue reading

Marinated Salmon and Quinoa Maki rolls w\ Thai Kombucha dipping sauce

I’m not sure when sushi became a convenience food, with little pop up shops dotted through shopping centers, continuous conveyer belts lined with miniaturised plates of all the differing manifestations of sushi, but I’m so glad they have. In an … Continue reading