Thank you to wonderful frequent visitor to the studio Megan for this fantastic cake recipe, created to celebrate the birthday of one of our dear friends to the studios. Maybe I was just tasting the love in it on the night, but this is simply the most wonderful chocolate cake I have ever had. And because the cook kept telling me how simple this one-pan cake recipe is, I just had ask for a copy to share with you!
If you are having a mother’s day gathering these are a healthy hit. They will be demolished by grown ups and kids alike. Kale shines nutritionally: High in fibre, iron, potassium and Vit A and for a vegetable, not bad in protein. This has to be the best way to consume all the goodness that’s in a bunch of kale. (Alas, they seem so absorb humidity so they won’t keep for lunchboxes.)
Shared with us by our fabulous Reflexologist Linda Birch, this zesty and protein packed snack was a hit for my kids. It’s super easy to make and scrumptious! Click to read more
By Northern Beaches Nutritionist Sue Fisk
People think that as a nutritionist I must have wonderfully healthy children that will eat whatever ‘jam packed with wholesome goodness’ treat I put in front of them. If this was the case I would never have had the calling to make a career change to study nutrition. Believe me – I am very used to dealing with fussy children when it comes to food!
So what are the top 3 ideas
I am convinced I make the best gazpacho in the world! Here is a great raw good recipe and so quick to put together. This super healthy soup from is light on your hips but tastes so rich on your tongue! I think the key is to let it stand for a couple of hours to let those cloves do their work and mingle with the other tastes. – Christina Here’s how: