Cooking Veggies

Gluten free whole blood orange cake

Blood oranges feel like the forgotten fruit. They’re the jewels in the crown of the citrus world, so tasty, tangy, sweet and rich in Vitamin C they’re wonderful for the skin and offer up unique health benefits. Unlike other citrus fruits, blood oranges are less acidic and contain anthocyanins, excellent read more →

My three favourite happy foods

Have you ever noticed how what you eat affects how you feel?  Research suggests that good food can really put you in a buoyant mood. According to a study in the UK, The Food and Mood Project, 80 percent of people who were surveyed reported a significant improvement in their mood read more →

Nut Butter Biscuits

 Photography by Nina Thornton Old school biscuits are the perfect accompaniment to share your morning or afternoon cup of tea. I designed these especially for kids, and the recipe comes from my book Supercharged Food for Kids as they’re a great lunchbox treat or after school bite. Sometimes snacks can be a read more →

Hungry for Change

A few years ago I was at a major turning point in my life and hungry for change.   I was lying in a hospital bed staring at the ceiling one night and I asked myself a simple question which at the time had no idea would have such a profound read more →

Spinach and Carrot Muffins

Photography by Kristy Plumridge I love these muffins because not only do they taste delicious, they use the natural sweetness of carrots paired with the incredible antioxidant properties of lemon zest.  It’s my second diabetic friendly recipe as part of the eftpos GivebackCampaign for Diabetes Australia.  If you have a favourite read more →

Cranberry and Walnut Granola

Nick off tooth challenging granola.  If you’re tired of grinding your teeth on over-baked, processed, ready-made granola then you’ll welcome this recipe from my forthcoming book Supercharged Food; Eat, Yourself Beautiful, because it not only tastes amazing, but will save you on dentist and doctor’s bills too. It strikes me read more →