Recipes

Millet & Lentil Mexican-ish salad

Posted by Romy Lawson on

Ingredients 2 cups uncooked millet 1.5 cups uncooked French puy lentils ¼ cup tamari 2 tbsp maple syrup ½ lime juice 3 cobs corn Olive oil ¾ red capsicum, chopped 2-3 stalks spring onion, roughly chopped ½ bunch coriander, finely chopped 1 slice of preserved lemon, finely chopped Salt & pepper  Method: Boil millet and lentils in separate pots until soft Place lentils in a pan or pot and add tamari, cook off until there is no liquid left in the bottom Let the lentils and millet cool in a bowl before adding the other ingredients Cut the corn off...

Read more →


Roasted Carrots topped with Tahini Dressing

Posted by Romy Lawson on

Ingredients: 2-3 bunches of heirloom carrots or slice whole carrots long ways 2-3 TBSP Extra virgin olive oil Salt & pepper ¼ jar Tahini ½ cup Water Black sesame seeds Handful of Coriander, chopped Squeeze of lemon Juice  Method: Pre-heat oven to 180degrees Celsius Wash carrots and place in baking tray in a single layer, drizzle with oil and a good pinch of salt and pepper Roast carrots until they are soft and have a little colour Meanwhile, pop tahini, salt & water in nutribullet or food processor- add more water if you need until you have a creamy, slightly...

Read more →


Nova's Muesli

Posted by Romy Lawson on

Nova from Sprout Landscapes was lovely enough to share her tasty muesli recipe this month. Add yoghurt and stewed fruit, eat by the handful or if you're feeling generous share with your fam & friends. Ingredients 2 cups of mixed chopped nuts (personal favourites, cashews macadamias, almonds, walnuts) Pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds and coconut flakes until ya got a bit of colour through it!   2 cups rolled oats 1 tsp Cinnamon 2 TBSP Coconut oil 1/4 cup sweetener- honey or rice syrup (I’ve would recommend a mixture of both) Method: Mix all dry ingredients together ( i added extra nuts...

Read more →


Pumpkin & Mung Bean Curry

Posted by Romy Lawson on

Moving into the colder months, our bodies are crying out for warming & nourishing foods and spices. 

This helps to warm our digestive fire and takes some of the pressure off our guts to process and assimilate nutrients from our food. 

Winter foods still means lots of colourful foods and phytonutrients, so incorporating lots of spices, different coloured veggies & herbs is key! 

Photo: Brooke Keam Photography

Read more →


Choc Hot X Buns

Posted by Ali Cadden on

This should well and truly cover any easter choc cravings! 

We've kept them vegan and gluten free so no one has to miss out on these bad boys.

Read more →


Sale

Unavailable

Sold Out