If you are yet to get on the meat free Monday train, today you can try it out. Now don't get me wrong, I love a succulent piece of lamb at the best of times, however here in Australia we are one of the biggest consumers of red meat in the world. We eat too… Continue reading Meatless Monday -Pesto ‘Zucchetti’
I was excited to sample this new product by Go Natural. It's a muesli bar that boasts a 4.5 Health Star Rating on the front packet. How did it shape up nutritionally for me? Product specifications Health Claims Gluten Free Cholesterol Free Low Sodium The good stuff This muesli bar measures in at 35g which is nicely portioned… Continue reading Product Review – Go Natural Nut Delight Bar
Today I'm off on a picnic to catch up with fellow Dietitian friends. We are all bringing a plate of food to share. I am usually a sweet person, so I often bring muffins or other variety of (healthy) baked goods. To shake things up a little I thought I would try a savoury option.… Continue reading A Dietitian’s Lunch
Day 3 of healthy Easter ideas - adorable stuffed egg chicks! They are Gluten Free and high in protein. You should enjoy these for breakfast on the long Easter weekend to keep you reaching from a chocolate egg! Follow the recipe below from Taste.com for a basic Devilled Eggs recipe. Then simply add currants for… Continue reading Easter Egg Chicks
If you are like my Mother and have to go without Gluten, permanently, you will be pleased with this recipe. Just because you have to avoid, doesn't mean your diet should be bland. Click here for instructions on how to create these lovely festive balls of goodness!Just try not to eat the whole batch!
Once you know how to cook it, quinoa is a really good addition to salads, vegetables or a nice alternative to serve with casseroles or curries. By cooking a little extra you will have some ready for lunches or a breakfast alternative. Here are the steps to follow for perfect quinoa every time. Always rinse… Continue reading How to cook quinoa like a pro