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Our Favourite Healthy Recipes!

We've complied some of our favourite healthy easy to make recipes.
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Nat
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Roast Vegetable Slice
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This is one of my easy go to recipes that is simple to make and tastes great. I often make this to use up any loft over veggies that I might have in the fridge.  You can use any vegetables you like, and you could even add some bacon for extra flavour.  This is great to cut into small pieces for lunch boxes or you could add a salad for an easy dinner. I don’t measure the ingredients as I go on the size of dish that I’m going to use that day. The larger you go you just need to add more eggs, just enough to cover the vegetables and if you are making a small one use less eggs.
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Ingredients
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Roasted Sweet Potato
Roasted Zucchini
Roasted Pumpkin
Baby Spinach – 1 handful
Small piece feta, crumbled
Steamed Broccoli
Corn
Roughly 6-8 eggs beaten
Salt and Pepper to taste  
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Method
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Pre-heat oven 160 deg.  Line an oven proof dish with baking paper, place vegetables and feta in dish and pour beaten eggs over top. Use a fork to work egg mixture through vegetables. Place in oven for 30mins or until cooked through. Can be served warm or cold.
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Jessie
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Greek Rice Bowl
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I am one of those painful people who really struggle to find food that I truely enjoy. Majority of the time I eat completely vegan as I find I feel better when I don't have any dairy or gluten in my diet. The Greek Rice Bowl is my go to on the run meal whether for dinner or for lunch, it is fresh, quick and easy to prepare. The recipe below is for one serving, but obviously you can add more if you are feeding more people. 
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Ingredients
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Baby Spinach- 1 Handful
1/2 Zucchini Grated
1 Carrot Grated
1/3 Cucumber
1 Stick of Celery
Vegan Feta, cut up
Your choice of rice (I like to use an instant active blend that includes brown rice, chia and a few other things)
Soy Sauce
Coconut Oil
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Method
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Place your cucumber, celery and half the feta into a bowl, these items won't require any cooking. Take your fry pan, and begin heating on the stove, place 1/2 tablespoon of coconut oil to coat the pan, once melted you are ready to cook. Place the grated zucchini and carrot into the fry pan and cook until they begin to soften. Add in rice and mix that through with the zucchini and carrot, add in the soy sauce depending on how much you like. I then like to take the other half of my feta and melt that through the heated portion of the meal. Once melted take it off the stove and mix in with your cold ingredients, now you are ready to eat!
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Bliss
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Bliss's Smoothie Bowl
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I love this recipe as it's super quick and easy but also really tasty! It can be enjoyed as breakfast or lunch or can even be blended more to make a smoothie as a refreshing drink. An awesome way to get some extra protein into your diet!
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Ingredients
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Handful of Mixed Frozen Berries
A Few Slices of Frozen Peaches
Roughly 200ml of your Milk of Choice
Drizzle of Honey
1 Tablespoon Vanilla Protein Powder
Cocoa Nibs (However much you like)
Sliced Fruit and Toppings of Choice (e.g. shredded coconut, chia seeds, honey, peanut butter)
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Method
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Add frozen fruits, milk, honey, protein powder and cocoa nibs into a blender and blend until thick. Pour into a bowl and add fruit and toppings. Enjoy!
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Lily
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They may look and taste delicious, but they are actually such a health snack. Literally any time would be great for these protein balls. They would be great in a lunch box, after a workout or for an afternoon pick me up. Store some in the freezer for later or tuck them all in the fridge to eat up now. I love it when something healthy tastes this good! If you are hankering for a chocolate fix these are just perfect.
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Ingredients
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1 cup Medjool dates, pitted (about 10 large)
1/2 cup cocoa powder
1/4 cup honey
1 cup medium desiccated unsweetened coconut plus more for rolling
1/4 cup quick cooking rolled oats
1 tsp. pure vanilla extract
1/2 cup unsalted cashews
Additional vanilla or chocolate protein powder (optional – for a little extra boost)
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Method

Place all ingredients in a food processor and whirl until the mixture starts to pull together. Roll into balls and roll in additional coconut. Store in a tight sealed container in the fridge or freezer.

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