Aussie Banana Bread

Coconut Pancakes with PB&J topping

Bircher Muesli

Feta, Courgette and Edamame Frittata

Go Nuts Granola

Perfect Porridge

Perfect Scrambled Eggs

Eggy Avocado Grilled Toasty

Ham and Cheese Pancake

Nutella (and crepes)

Coconut Butter

Chocolate and Hazelnut Granola

(Very) Dark Chocolate Croissants

Strawberry and Chia Seed Pudding

Savoury Snacks

BBQ Popcorn


Salt and Vinegar Cashews

Sweet Treats

5-minute Chocolate Mug Cake

Afternoon Tea (Scones and Lemon Tarts)

Avocado Ice Lollies

Blueberry and Coconut Rock Cakes

‘Bounce’ Energy Balls

Chocolate Beetroot Brownies

Chocolate Orange Cookies

Chocolate Mud Cake

Chocolate Nests

Chocolate and Raspberry Cupcakes

Chocolate ‘Truffles’

Cinnamon Buns

Orange Spice Macadamias

Pecan Pie Bars

Pimm’s Cake


Sweet Potato Brownies

‘White Chocolate’ Brazil Nut Slab

Lunch and Dinner

Chickpea Fritters and Baked Tomatoes

One-Pot Pasta

Southern Slaw and Green Beans

Thirst Quenchers

Blueberry Smoothie

Chai Latte

Cold Fighting Juice

Super Green Juice

Pistachio and Avocado Lassi

Pumpkin Spice Latte

Mocha ‘Green’ Smoothie


2 thoughts on “Recipes

  1. I tried to make some coconut cookies but found the flour made them so dry so I have avoided using it. Do you have any tips for using coconut flour? Does it need more butter? Thanks, Judy

    • Hi Judy – apologies for taking a while to reply – coconut flour does soak up more moisture than your average flour. I tend to add extra liquid when its included in a recipe: for example an extra egg or 3 tbsp milk/water. I hope this helps!

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