Raspberry Jam Drops

There’s something about the pop of pink raspberry colour in the centre of a jam drop that is oh-so-satisfying. And the taste sends me straight back to childhood, beckoned to the kitchen by the sweet scent of freshly baked jam drops straight from my Nan’s oven. After making my own raspberry and vanilla chia jam, … More Raspberry Jam Drops

Sushi Bowl

I love sushi. But I love sushi bowls even more (namely because there’s more room to load in all your favourite ingredients)! They’re tasty, fresh and a wonderfully balanced meal that will leave you feeling oh-so-satisfied. The nori sheets also provide your daily dose of iodine (particularly important on a plant based diet). And the … More Sushi Bowl

Foodie Guide: Canggu

Canggu is a chilled out coastal village in Bali decked out with a heavenly abundance of trendy, healthy and often plant based (vegan) cafes. It’s safe to say I was in foodie heaven during my stay here and, though my time here was short, I sure did manage to eat my way around town! So … More Foodie Guide: Canggu

Rainbow Sushi

I’m a big fan of sushi. It’s one of my staple dishes, especially considering that seaweed provides an importance source of iodine (an essential mineral for thyroid health). My favourite sushi recipe is a combination of chickpea “tuna”, fresh vegetables and black rice. But after purchasing blue spirulina and pink pitaya powder, I’ve been on … More Rainbow Sushi

Ocean Bowl

On my recent trip to Bali, I was able to indulge in the most beautiful food that sent my taste buds to another galaxy. Something I encountered several times was blue spirulina and the incredible colour it gives a dish. Anything from smoothie bowls and chia puddings to noodles could be made a vibrant blue … More Ocean Bowl