Carrot and Walnut Muffins

I love baking and I love it even more when there are healthier options on the menu.

These Carrot and Walnut Muffins are really tasty and nutritious. Wholemeal flour, carrots and walnuts bumps up the fibre content to make them quite a satisfying little treat. Read more of this post


Curried Egg Wraps

Wraps are very ‘in’ at the moment and are a great low calorie alternative to bread. If you boil the eggs ahead of time you can whip up one of these wraps in less than Read more of this post

Pizza and Chips

This weeks recipe is a make at home pizza and chips that is low in kilojoules but high on taste and nutrition. The trick to making food healthier is to add fibre and flavour whilst keeping the fat content low. A make a home pizza is healthier, tastier and cheaper than the take away version, and I really enjoy the process of putting it all together. You can make it a family affair and get everyone involved in making them. Read more of this post

Lamb & Vegetable Soup

I want to share this amazing recipe with you from the Australian Good Taste Magazine. Its a delicious, warm, hearty and healthy soup that will satisfy your winter comfort food cravings, without the guilt!

Its low in fat (97% fat free), high in fibre (6g per serve), kilojoule controlled (meaning it wont contribute too much energy to your daily intake helping you to maintain a healthy weight), full of vegetables and tastes amazing.

I cooked up a pot for my family last week and 6 serves was enough to feed myself, husband and 2 year old toddler for 3 nights. They loved it. My toddler even asked for more when she finished! It stored nicely in the fridge and reheated in a couple of minutes in the microwave! Its a great way to ensure that you have a healthy meal ready in a flash on those nights when you’re busy or in a rush. Read more of this post