These crispy Chocolate Cookies are quick and easy to make. They have no eggs, grains or dairy and can be made into a delicious nut-free version for school lunch boxes (see nut-free option below). My grandkids love them! Continue reading “Chocolate Cookies Recipe”
Tuna salad is a perfect recipe for a quick, low fuss lunch. I keep extra hard-boiled eggs on hand in the fridge, this makes it even faster to prepare. Adding sauerkraut to this salad will also help with good gut health. Continue reading “Tuna Salad Recipe”
This yummy slice tastes like Pecan Pie, except better, as it’s topped with chocolate. No baking and lightly sweetened with delicious moist Medjool dates, it will hit the spot. Continue reading “Raw Pecan Slice Recipe”
This creamy spiced up version of pumpkin soup, is so delicious! I think pumpkin soup has to be the most popular soup for families. Serve with a dollop of natural coconut yoghurt or dairy free sour cream and a sprinkling of fresh parsley. Continue reading “Curried Pumpkin Soup Recipe”
More is not always better, and stuff does not lead to happiness. An intriguing story of one family’s journey to minimalize their possessions and maximize their lives. You’ll learn practical ideas on how to get started decluttering, and the importance of generosity.
That crazy lime tree of mine is still giving me bundles of fruit, so I keep finding all different ways to use them. I have a delicious creamy chicken dish for you, flavoured with the sweet spices of garam masala and my tangy limes. Continue reading “Creamy Chicken with Zesty Lime”
I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels that time keeps slipping away at an ever increasing rate. Here in Australia, the 1st of July marked the beginning of the new financial year. For businesses, it’s a time to draw a line under one year and to look ahead to what the new financial year will bring. Continue reading “The Mid Year Stocktake”