Posts Tagged ‘Protein’

Cauliflower Pizza Base

  A few months ago I posted a recipe for a gluten free pizza base which is a staple in my household. After making this pizza almost every week I…

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Colourful Capsicum Cups

Loaded with vegetables, chickpeas, quinoa and herbs these capsicum cups provide nutrition needed for a wholesome and balanced meal. These are incredibly filling and the quinoa and chickpeas provide a high…

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Broccoli, Feta and Pine Nut Fritters

Broccoli is a favourite staple in my house.  I am always trying to find new ways to include it in my diet as it is a powerful superfood with high…

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Kumara and Peanut Butter Rostis

Kumara and Peanut Butter Rostis These kumara and peanut butter rostis make the perfect vegetarian meal for winter.  The rostis are full of beautiful flavours from the garlic, ginger, orange…

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Red Lentil Patties

The fun thing about cooking vegetarian meals is experimenting with new flavours - spices, herbs, sauces and seasonings.  Letting all of the ingredients be important parts of the dish.  It's…

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Peanut Butter Protein Slice

On my way home from Uni yesterday I had a peanut butter craving, so got home, looked at what food was in the cupboard that I could possibly use to…

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Protein Powder – the good and the bad.

For humans to function optimally our body requires two types of nutrients in right amounts, micronutrients and macronutrients. Carbohydrates, fats and proteins are called macronutrients as they make a large…

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San Choy Bow

San Choy Bow originated from China - traditionally made with pork mince Dr Libby has added this dish to her new cook book but taken out the meat and replaced…

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