Infinitely adaptable, this recipe provides a great foundation for experimenting with whatever suits the moment
Snacks and Sweet things
Flax seed bread
An infinitely adaptable recipe that makes a great nourishing snack for work, picnics or a ready to go boost after a long shift
Quinoa and chia seed bread
This delicious bread is super simple to make and full of the gluten free, low GI and complete protein magic of quinoa – a beautiful snack and share option
Exquisite and healthy date loaf
Something to share with colleagues, family and friends or take a slice or two to work for a nutritious and yummy snack.
Olive and capsicum dip
A brilliant accompaniment to any meal and totally awesome as a snack with crudités, crackers or tortilla crisps.
Simple five seed crackers
Healthy and delicious homemade five seed crackers. Great on their own or served with your favourite dip.
These gluten free muffins are easy to make and perfect for lunch boxes – an awesome alternative to sugary snacks and perfect for sharing.
Meal and food prep are part of how we care for ourselves and are great self-care tools in supporting us to eat well, especially when we have a full week ahead. This level of support means we are less likely to eat poorly when at work and also when we feel tired after a long day.
Wear goggles when chopping onions 😂
Lots of us don’t want a rushed breakfast before an early start so how about taking a smoothie to work to spark off the day with a nutritious boost?
Have fun in the kitchen. Let it be playful; be a culinary experimenter; taste everything; get to know spices and herbs; adapt recipes and make them your own; make a mess; no need to be rigid about quantities, recipes can be endlessly flexible and food tends to be very forgiving.
Question the norms. For example, do we have to have bread with soup, cheese with pasta, sweet dessert after every meal, sugar in savoury recipes…? Bring your innate common sense to the kitchen and ask questions. Our bodies, when we listen attentively and honestly, guide us well.