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Almond Crusted Chicken Schnitzel

This week we have got a recipe from Teresa Cutter, founder of "The Healthy Chef". Teresa is one of Australia's leading authorities on healthy cooking. View Recipe


Amy's Raw Organic Chocolate

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Apricot Vanilla Coconut Cookies

Completely refined sugar-free, dairy-free, no butter, no flour, no nasties and taste AMAZING! These cookies are super EASY to make. A good idea to make them on the weekend so that you have healthy treats for the week! YUM! They also make great gifts for your loved ones! Recipe from the delightful Secret Squirrel. View Recipe


Asparagus, tomato and olive loaf

Every mouthful of this easy bake tastes like Spring. Using mostly staple ingredients alongside the star of spring vegies, Asparagus, whip this up for the weekend and welcome the new season flavours. View Recipe


Authentic Greek Tzatziki Dip

This is so tangy and delicious; perfect spread over some warm pita bread or crackers. Also makes a great dressing. View Recipe


Baba Ganoush

Baba Ganoush is a popular Middle Eastern eggplant dish. Baba ganoush makes a wonderful vegetable dip or can be used as a filling for a sandwich, in pita bread or in a wrap. View Recipe


Basil, sundried tomato and buckwheat salad

Another inspiring and super tasty creation from the talented and superbly knowledgable nutritionist, Jessica Cox. This salad is really interesting - mostly including ingredients that we use often with a couple that can be overlooked but are really, really good for us. View Recipe


Beet Kvass from Loving Earth

This is an easy and nutrient dense fermented beverage created by Marieke Rodenstein of The Nutrition Practice. You can add the Beet Kvass to salad dressings, soup or wherever a slightly sour earthy taste is desired. After making your Beet Kvass, use the leftover beets to make a simple roasted beetroot soup, it of course will have a more sour taste then fresh beetroot. View Recipe



Brisbane based nutritionist and foodie, Jessica Cox, has come up with these fast and easy Besan (chickpea) crepes. Yummy used sweet or savory View Recipe


Caramalised Onion and Parsnip Soup

Melanie Baker "The Kind Cook" is a professionally trained Chef who now creates recipes for "anyone who is lactose intolerant, has an egg allergy, is vegetarian, vegan, looking for a meat free dinner, likes food, loves cooking, thinks that they can’t cook, or is just plain curious". This soup is a great twist on the traditional French Onion Soup. View Recipe


Carrot Cake Pancakes

Jessica Cox is at it again - another exceptional pancake recipe to spice things up for weekend breakfasts. Delicious! View Recipe


Chia and Coconut Chocolate Mousse

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Chia Bread

This clever Chia Bread recipe is from Oh She Glows. It is vegan, easily adapted to gluten-free, oil-free, nut-free and soy-free. Thick, hearty, and dense – this isn’t your average slice of bread! Packed with 9 grams of protein and over 7 grams of fibre per slice, this bread will keep you going for hours.
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Chicken, Cashew and Fresh Pineapple Stir Fry

This is the easiest and quickest recipe to make, and tastes delicious! You can't really go wrong, and you'll wish you made twice as much! View Recipe


Chilli Banana Salsa

This simple side dish made with bananas, chilli, lime and herbs is a refreshing accompaniment to BBQ meats or tempeh. Get in the mood for summer and mix things up with this tropical take on salsa.
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Chocolate Buckini Crackles

This sophisticated twist on an old school fete favourite has been adapted from Meaghan Tarrant's recipe on the Loving Earth site. Just in time for Easter and no refined sugar in sight. Enjoy. View Recipe



You could possibly eat this for breakfast...it's that healthy! View Recipe


Creamy Cashew Sauce

This recipe has just three basic ingredients but is so tasty you will be licking the bowl! Pour this super simple sauce over veggies at room temperature or store in the fridge and serve as a dip. View Recipe


Cultured Cacao Mousse

This decadent dessert from Kehoe's Kitchen ticks all the boxes….cultured, superfooods, high fat, antioxidants, wholefoods, raw, dairy free, activated, gluten free….

Actually the biggest tick is that it takes two minutes to make and only dirties the blender. View Recipe


Ginger Spice and Honey Loaf

This honey spice loaf cake recipe is care of Pure Harvest. We have a huge range of Pure Harvest products in store including milk alternatives and sweeteners. They provide excellent quality organic products that our customers have enjoyed for many years. This cake is great with a cup of tea. It is sugar free and made with only the finest wholesome ingredients. View Recipe


Gluten Free Fruit Crumble

Jessica Cox has created this wonderful recipe. A warming crumble is the ultimate winter comfort food. Crumbles can be deliciously healthy, as they incorporate an array of fruits dependent on the season. By relying on the sweetness of the fruit, there is less of a need for adding sugar and unnecessary refined carbohydrates. View Recipe


Green Power Smoothie

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Hazelnut Zucchini Loaf - Kathryn Alexander

This recipe from Kathryn Alexander's book "Dietary Healing" is a great weekend baking dish. Full of nuts, seeds and flavour it makes an excellent side or served with brown rice and green beans, a terrific meal. View Recipe


Kale and roasted garlic hommous

Serve with raw veggies, in a wrap, on sandwich fingers, or with crackers. Refrigerates for up to a week.

This recipe comes from Beth at Tasty Yummies. View Recipe


Lemon Balls

These little treats are very simple to make - a "throw everything into a food processor and roll" kind of recipe. Take these along to upcoming festive gatherings for a refreshing sweet amid the sea of heavier desserts. Recipe from Wholefood Simply. View Recipe


Lentil Kale Soup

Ribbons of kale add a bright note to this hearty soup, which combines sweet potatoes, tomatoes, and leeks with brown lentils. View Recipe


Lisa’s Goat Shank, Bean and Vegetable Curry

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Miso Eggplant - Nasu Dengaku

Miso and eggplant are just a fantastic combination. This dish, known in Japan as nasu dengaku, is more traditionally served as a thick miso sauce topping eggplants that have been halved lengthways and grilled. This version is great for home cooking, as it suits the larger European eggplants, and the extra roasting of the miso gives a lovely nutty-sweet flavour. View Recipe


Paleo Protein Pancakes

Using nut meal and natural sweeteners, these high protein pancakes from our friends at Power Super Foods are very light and healthy... until you start loading them up with all manner of tasty goodies! Plan ahead and serve with hint Coyo, superberries, pepitas and banana. View Recipe


Peanut Butter and Banana Pancake

These delicious pancakes promise to make your mornings bright. The recipe is from the wonderfully creative Brisbane based nutritionist, Jessica Cox. Check out www.jessicacox.net for more great stuff. View Recipe


Pumpkin Pie Amaranth Porridge

Sarah Britton is a Holistic Nutritionist and Certified Nutritional Practitioner who has been blogging recipes and ideas on "My New Roots" since 2007. My New Roots has heaps of great tips on "How to make healthy choices everyday". View Recipe


Pumpkin spice energy balls

These little balls are a great way to use up left over pumpkin and throw together heathy, sweet treats with basic pantry items.... with the exception of Mesquite - which in our opinion should become a staple pantry item!

This recipe has been adapted from ohmyveggies.com View Recipe


Pumpkin, spinach and cheese fritters

Another inspiring and super tasty creation from the talented and superbly knowledgable nutritionist, Jessica Cox. Breakfast fritters are a great alternative to bread and bring so much more flavour to a savoury start to the day. When cooked right they are lovely and crunchy on the outside and all soft on the inside. The cheese inside these fritters melts creating little pockets of molten feta.

If you wanted to change this up these pumpkin, spinach and cheese fritters would work well with other vegetables such as grated zucchini or carrot. You could also add nutritional yeast for a dairy free 'cheesy' flavour. View Recipe


Quinoa Breakfast Bake

Try this easy breakfast bake to break the boredom of your plain bowl of porridge. A bright idea from Jenny Sugar on www.popsugar.com.au View Recipe


Quinoa Red Lentil Stew

Light and easily digested, yet satisfying and nutritious, this easy crockpot quinoa stew or vegetarian soup recipe is the perfect one pot meal.

What really makes this quinoa stew special are the flexible vegetable options, and a generous hand with the seasonings! We love it with cauliflower and kale.

Quinoa is popular with vegans who are looking for good sources of protein. Besides its favourable amino acid pattern, it is also good source of dietary fiber and phosphorus and is high in magnesium and iron. Quinoa is gluten free and considered easy to digest. View Recipe


Rajma Pakistani Bean dish

This weeks hearty winter warmer is provided by our very own Susie. View Recipe


Raw Pre-Biotic Almond Butter Bark

Sweeten up your week with this very clever idea from Amazonia. A great and tasty way to get some valuable pro-biotics into your day. View Recipe


Raw Salted Caramel Apple Dip

Sarah Britton from "My New Roots" blog has provided this weeks scrumptious snack recipe. Just try to not sit down and consume a jar of this straight up! View Recipe


Raw Spiced Tarts

Enjoy a healthier, superfood take on the classic Fruit Mince Pie this festive season. Spicy fruit on top of cashew caramel, all held together in a little cup of sweet buckwheat heaven. Yum! Recipe care of Meaghan Tarrant and Loving Earth. View Recipe


Renee's Avocado Mousse

So yum! View Recipe


Seasame seed & tumeric sweet potato wedges

Brisbane based nutritionist and foodie, Jessica Cox, has come up with these not-so-naughty but still oh-so-yummy wedges. View Recipe


Seed, nut and psyllium husk bread

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Seedy Salad

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Spicy Prawn, Cucumber and Avocado Stack

This would also be great with crab meat to make a more traditional California roll, or even salmon or tuna! Stay tuned for local prawns that are metabisulphite free through our store.
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Susie's Super Salad

This "super salad" is from owner of Organic & Natural Store, Susie. It's kind of like being there in the kitchen with her. Cook along at home and enjoy :)

"This recipe is very good if you’re time poor and on the run like we seem to be a lot lately!

Very quick, very easy, very tasty!" View Recipe


Tahini Dressing

Sensational with roasted or steamed vegies View Recipe


Vegan Brownies with Almond Cacao Icing

World Vegetarian Day on 1 October is a great campaign that promotes ethical food choices in relation to animal rights and the environmental impacts of non-plant based food consumption. We have chosen to support this campaign and highlight these scrumptious brownies from Power Super Foods to mark the occasion! View Recipe


Vicky K's salad feast

Anytime of the year I enjoy salad especially when it sits on a bed of roasted vegetables... yum! This is best arranged on a platter and layered but as I’ve not long moved house and am in between residences, my platters are all packed away. So I’ve just tossed it all in a bowl. Still yum!
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Zucchini and Corn Frittata

Enjoy this super summery frittata while the basil is at its best and the zucchini are great value. Perfect served at room temperature with a crisp salad on these long hot days. View Recipe