Tag: recipes

Healing Broth Recipe

About 2 years ago I was looking online for natural remedies for cough, natural remedies for cold and flu, natural remedies for tonsillitis. I came across a blog written by a mum who had used this recipe as a natural remedy for whooping cough….

Skin healing after chemical SLS or SLES damage

Do you check your soap, shampoo and toothpaste products for SLS – sodium laurel sulphate and SLES – sodium laureth sulphate? Even those products with an organic brand? I accidentally bought a Shampoo containing SLES a fortnight ago. It said organic in the brand…

Wholesome Pancake Recipe

Are you looking for a pancake recipe that you feel good about serving to your kids? My kids love pancakes. They love combining ingredients, cooking over the stove top, spreading their sauce or honey and are always full! The challenge for us mums can…

Loads of great recipes for families, shopping guide, and more!

I have some exciting news for you!! The team at my affiliate Wellness Program have just released a NEW membership portal that you will gain access to, as a client of mine. There are so many amazing resources in there to help you on your…

Help with children craving healthy food and eating healthy food

As an author of children’s book Dusty’s Wonder Bug, which encourages eating whole food and calling real food grown in nature “treats”, people chat to me and say that their kids would NOT eat vegetables in the past. If this is you now, it…

Is Eating “Vegan” Easy? Realistic? Fun? Healthy? Find out…

Awesome news with a webinar scheduled for tomorrow night at 7.30pm QLD / 8.30pm NSW time with our program’s in house 🌶 Raw Food Nutritionist 🥑 If you’re keen to learn more about the benefits of going vegan or helping your family try more…

What it means to have an Acidic or Alkaline body

We’ve all heard about creating a more alkaline body by drinking salted water with bicarbonate soda, or lemon juice in water upon waking – and most of us definitely need a reminder from time to time! For the benefit of our blood and overall…

The most important house we will ever live in? Our body.

A few years ago we discovered how important it is to take the extra time to learn why we need to eat fresh food that grows in front of our eyes. Since then, I’ve aimed to teach parents to teach their children that it’s simple…

Home-made Chai

Here is how to make an easy Chai Latte at home. You will need: Black / Green tea (optional) Water Cinnamon Star Anise Cardamom Ginger Nutmeg Cloves Black pepper Bay leaves Directions: 1. Add ingredients to a tea pot or coffee plunger or a…

How to make healthy gluten-free cereal at home

Happy memories of layering coloured sands in a bottle? Re-create the experience with wholesome ingredients for breakfast cereal. This is a really fun activity and is another way to make breakfast exciting. We have here: Rice bran flakes Goji Berries Puffed millet Desiccated coconut…

Healthy, gluten-free, sugar-free, alcohol-free, dairy-free Christmas Rum Balls recipe

It’s July and I’m celebrating the half-year with my own version of bliss balls or rum balls (Christmas in July, perhaps). Naturally, I’ve created a recipe that has its roots in fresh fruit and has NO sugar and NO dairy. It is vegan, and…

Recipe – for healthy and fresh homemade hot chips

Arriving home 30 mins ago, DS cried … because he had wanted to go to the ‘chip factory’. I think he remembered how much he liked Happy Meals but didn’t want to say the word, knowing that the Happy Meal is a red-light food….

Recipe: Vegan San Choy Bow

Our vegan San Chiu bow is a fun dish to make, serve and eat for the family. This dish is meat and dairy free and is packed with fresh seasonal produce (from our garden, mostly). When DH and I tasted this we were oohing…

Recipe: Spring Onion Ramen Broth with Asian Salad

This soup is a fantastic hot dish year-round. Who doesn’t love a spicy broth full of Asian flavours and fresh seasonal ingredients. This was a real winner with 3yo DS – plenty of yummy favourite finger foods with slurpy udon noodles buried beneath. Spring…

Steiner School or Playgroup Recipe: Bread ‘n Banana Cups

Our 3yo DS was so impressed with his cooking idea yesterday I thought I’d share this one for other parents of young children. Very easy and fun for little hands, and a delicious hot morning tea for the family… especially in cold weather. Steiner…