Zucchini Frittata 

Frittatas can be hit or miss in my opinion. Such a healthy meal and a simple way to prepare eggs, but frittatas need to be flavoured generously and creatively to breathe life into otherwise boring old milk and eggs. This recipe uses loads of fresh and dried herbs and seeds to add flavour and texture…

Eating big, Eating little. 

In Ayurvedic philosophy, it is nearly as important when you eat, as it is what you eat. Our digestive fire, or Agni is our bodies capacity in which we break down food and absorb nutrients. Think of your Agni like a daily fire.. In the morning it needs to be awakened with a little fuel…

Raisin Bread

This gluten free, higher protein raisin bread recipe can be prepared, baked and in your pie-hole in less than an hour. Inspired by a recipe from The Paleo Cafe, it is the perfect treat for those who love a big thick slice of cinnamony raisin toast but who’d prefer to keep it gluten free and on…

Prana Banana Bread

This is a simple and delicious,  healthy banana bread that is high in protein and good fats. Many banana breads use cheap,  nasty oils, added sugar and preservatives which is a shame because it is so simple to create a wholesome version of this favourite!!  This recipe is great for those wanting to increase levels…

Kitchari

This is one of those delicious comfort dishes  that nourishes your insides and leaves you with a glowing aura and a healthy gut. Kitchari is an ancient Indian Ayurvedic dish, carefully designed to balance your doshas (constitutions). Put simply, when we’re in good health, the elements    within us that combine to give us vitality…

Almond & Pepita Not-tella 

As an adult, I’ve learned to master self-control in just about every area of my life. I can successfully avoid almost every temptation that will not serve me. I’ve learned how to tame my impulsive urges, sacrificing instant pleasure for lasting bliss. But there is one chocolatey jar of evil, hazelnut divinity whose presence I…

Salted Caramel Dates

   Experimenting with all types of salted caramel treats right now and loving how versatile this salted caramel filling is ❤️❤️ Dates are a great source of fibre and mood-boosting potassium, but make sure you consume in moderation as they are also high in natural sugars. This recipe is a perfect finish to those days…

Green Smoothie #8

   I’m a bit of a broken record with the Green Smoothie, I’ve sung it’s praises often – and with good reason! So I won’t go into detail too much again, check here if you’re a first-time listener to the Green Smoothie channel.  But I think it’s important from time to time, in all areas of life,…

Golden Milk – Turmeric Tea

   Deciding to avoid coffee and give my poor old adrenal glands a rest is proving to be both a wonderful and traumatic experience. Wonderful in that I am experiencing my natural energy levels return and can embrace a non-caffeinated love for life that is second to none.    Traumatic, in that I still yearn…

Salted Caramel Protein Balls

   I’ve tried making healthy salted caramel treats in the past, much to the dismay and dissapointment of my friends and family! They are either too salty, too sweet or miss that caramel flavour altogether.  It is quite tricky to get that magical caramel sweet-to-salty ratio correct. Especially if you’re like me and refuse (are…

Pumpkin-Pie Protein Balls

   This recipe is inspired by cold Canadian winters full of pumpkin spiced lattes, pumpkin spiced scones and of course, pumpkin pie!! I love the spicy warmth that cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg give to sweet roast pumpkin – not so much of a fan however, of the usual refined sugars, flours and additives that these…