This weeks recipe of the week is from local food blogger to the Byron Bay shire Meg Phillips. Meg used our popular Organic Rice & Quinoa Penne to make this recipe. It uses only vegan ingredients, is high in protein…and super delicious.
If you’re looking for something a little different to add to the menu, this is an enjoyable recipe that can be used as either a main or side dish…. inspired by a recipe from the Gourmet Traveller Magazine.
It’s two in a row from Affordable Wholefoods Recipe contributor Meg Phillips. This time it’s a delicious and simple granola recipe using mostly organic ingredients (though you can of course tailor to your preference). Making your own if you have the time and motivation is a great way to save money on expensive store bought varieties, and you also get to choose your preferred flavours. Enjoy!
This weeks recipe of the week is inspired by Gourmet Traveler Magazine. A traditional style pudding made with pears, butter, ginger and honey. Good old fashioned winter indulgence! Enjoy.
We recently got together with Tristen Van De Kley from Balanced Body Nutrition to talk about life as a full-time student, food blogger and lover of wholefoods and healthy living. Tristen is one of our regular contributors on the Affordable Wholefoods blog sharing inspiring articles and recipes. Here’s what she had to say….
This weeks recipe of the week comes from Natalie Harms, our newest addition to the Affordable Wholefoods blog as writer and recipe contributor.
Natalie is a practicing Nutritionist with clinics in Maleny (in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, QLD) and Inverell. Here she shares her Lemon, Cashew and Coconut Cookies – loaded with protein, fibre, healthy fats and flavour, and a great alternative to store varieties.
Serving Size: makes 20
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Everyone seems to have an opinion about what the best diet is or what foods you should or shouldn’t be eating! Every day there are articles in the news or on social media espousing the virtues of different “diets”, superfoods, nutrients and ways to improve health. Everyone’s an expert and it can be very confusing!
We asked Nude Nutritionist Lyndi Cohen to share with us something inspirational for winter and here it is…..a Healthy Quinoa & Lentil Soup. This one looks and tastes delicious and is suitable for all ages and diets (being Vegan as well). Enjoy the gorgeous flavours and warming spices for winter…