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Veggie Paprika Brown Rice Paella

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Most people associate this classic Spanish dish with seafood or chorizo, but as usual, it can be enjoyed without compromising your health, in a delicious plant-based way. With the delightful spices saffron and paprika bringing colour, heat and of course, antioxidants, the richness of a slow cooked tomato and capsicum saucey broth, and the texture of perfectly sautéed veggies, beans and peas together with al dente rice, this is a dinner party sensation. No man will leave hungry!

SUPER CRUNCHY GLUTEN-FREE GRANOLA

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This is the best granola I’ve made. Better than store-bought! I am massive on chunks and good ingredients, and if you ask me this hits the nail on the head! Some of the ingredients might be a little tricky to find, such as rice bran versus bran and quinoa/teff flakes, so sub where necessary (I’ve provided suggestions). No oil required, simply enjoy the healthy fats from the delicious raw nuts, seeds and tahini. I also like to specify keeping the dried fruit out whilst you cook so it doesn’t burn, as I find it usually does, but you can alter this to your personal preference. Keep this large jar on hand to top your favourite smoothie or smoothie bowl, sprinkle atop porridge, enjoy with coconut yoghurt and berries, or even mix through a chia pudding. It’s full of fibre, antioxidants, healthy fats and even quite a bit of plant-based protein thanks to the complex grains and nuts! Healthy and delicious 🙂

Satay Chickpea Cauliflower Rice

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Cauliflower rice with a twist- A creamy, delicious, satiating topping to make this healthy, light dish even more nutritious!

Lentil & Mushroom Cottage Pie

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A hearty dish without being heavy. The ground flaxseeds not only help you reach your omega 3 intake for the day, but act as a bulking agent to make the lentil “mince” stay thick and stew-like. Cauliflower in place of potato mash keeps this dish weight-loss-friendly and light, whilst still tasting amazing!

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