Our vegetarian section covers all classifications of the vegetarian diet, including our vegan recipes.  It can be a great lifestyle choice and a purposeful ethical choice to not eat animals.  Whichever way you are currently doing vegetarian we've got a variety of recipes to fit all categories.

One serve. Recipe from the new Eat Clean Dirty Food e-Book. Easy, delicious, filling & healthy!
2 Serves. Recipe from the new Eat Clean Dirty Food e-Book! These glorious pancakes are wheat-free, gluten-free & dairy-free. Using cassava flour is a saviour for wheat-free baking and we've dedicated a lot of time into making these little pancakes taste awesome! Follow the recipe notes for pancake perfection! Cassava is a root vegetable/tuber, so it ticks most of the boxes when it comes to intolerances & allergies. It does have a stronger flavour than wheat flour and adding maple, honey, coconut & fruit work well.
This coconut porridge is a great oatmeal base that you can top with anything you like. TIP: You can use any preferred type of plant milk. The coconut milk does give an extra creaminess but it can become quite thick while cooking & you may need more water.
2 Serves. Like most processed foods, some soy products are not accepted in some wellness circles. However, it can be broadly accepted in vegan & vegetarian diets. Moderation is the key to almost everything we eat, and Well for One uses an organic tofu in exactly that way - moderation. This dish is easy, delicious & meat-free. It's full of fresh ingredients, light on your body but will also fill you up! TIP: Tempeh instead of tofu will also work with this recipe.
2 Serves. As a gluten-free & wheat-free website, we love the different "pasta" options available so that you can still enjoy a delicious bowl of pasta! For this recipe we’ve used a Pulse Pasta which was a combination of peas, lentils, chickpeas & borlotti beans and it works so well with the earthy flavours of the Greek salad. TIP: Swap out the goat’s cheese for hummus for a dairy-free & vegan option.
2-3 Serves. We love easy, tasty vegan food. Baked sweet potatoes are so versatile, and these spicy lentils are a perfect match. NOTE: We’ve used split red lentils in this recipe, they cook slightly quicker. However, you can use any dried lentils, cook them for a little longer, plus add water as extra liquid if necessary. TIP: We’ve kept the spice low with the recipe, so feel free to add extra!
2 Serves. Delicious as a full meal, or team this warm salad with a protein of your choice. TIP: Change the dressing herb to any one of your favourites, or check out our Dressings section for many other options. NOTE: For AIP swap out the potato for extra sweet potato, carrots or sprouts.
These are a great way to satisfy a sweet craving. You only need half an apple for the filling, so you could make 2... it will keep unfilled for a few days (if you can stop yourself!!)
Cauliflower is a great carrier food. Meaning the flavour profile is low, so you can add lots of different flavours and it will taste great. We've served these fritters with a soft boiled egg, avo & chilli flakes. However, almost anything goes, bacon, guacamole, roasted tomatoes, roasted veggies... the list goes on. TIP: Cauli does hold water - see our notes on how to improve your fritters shape.
Looking after our AIP members is always something we work hard at. Cassava flour replaces almond meal, which we use in most of our other wraps. These wraps are a big delicious tick for anyone!! TIP: AIP remember to use guar gum-free coconut milk. Ayam is a great brand in Australia and easily available.
Soup for one can be an easy, light meal. This one is really delicious too. TIP: Vegetable weights are a guideline only. If you have larger veggies just add a little more stock.
Easy Peasy Cake in a Mug & of course it's full of healthy ingredients! TIP: Most of the carb count here is from the maple syrup, swap it out for a different sweetener if you need too.
This gorgeous vegan noodle dish is sure to satisfy. TIP: We’ve used a firm tofu for this recipe, however it also works well with a softer tofu. Tempeh is another option & there are now some great soy-free varieties.
Need a cake, chocolate, or cake & chocolate fix? This mug cake comes in at 246 calories, and is full of healthy ingredients! TIP: Most of the carb count here is from the maple syrup, swap it out for a different sweetener if you need too.
Fritters are the bomb! The roasted tomatoes are definitely worth doing as they create a gorgeous sauce that matches the dish so deliciously. TIP: Tapioca/Arrowroot flour can be swapped out with chickpea, quinoa or buckwheat flour.
Burrito without the wrap! This gorgeous bowl ticks all the flavour boxes and you can make the beans as spicy as you like. TIP: Our salad bowls are always flexible for you to add whatever salad veggies you prefer.
A creamy, sweet and healthy breakfast that can be taken on the go. Full of protein, omega 3's, potassium and atioxidants and it's Vegan! Note: Allow at least 2 hours soaking time. Tip: Any soft berries will work in this recipe
The acai berry is well known to be an antioxidant powerhouse fruit from South America. Acai Bowls are now quite a popular healthy breakfast or snack option. However, some of the popular brands used in cafes & restaurants can have added cane sugar. Making them at home using a brand that doesn't have added sugar is a great way to enjoy this easy & delicious breakfast bowl. TIP: Acai is not a sweet fruit. Adding banana & a little coconut water can raise the sweetness to just the right level.
Overnight oats are great for those of us that don't have a lot of time in the mornings. This combination of crisp apple, crunchy walnuts and cinnamon brings to mind an iconic apple crumble. Tip: If you don't have almond milk any plant-based milk will work.
That little hit of ginger in the mushrooms takes this dish to new heights, so very yummy and very nutritious! Lots of good fats and healthy greens to get you started for the day.
This gorgeous creamy dip can be served with anything you like or use it as a spread or thinned out into a sauce, it's that good you're going to want to serve it with everything! Tip: If you want the flatbread even crispier you can place in the oven for 10 minutes or so. Hint: We use the pre-cooked beetroot available from most supermarkets but you can cook from fresh. Note: For the flatbread you can thin it out with water, the thinner it is the crispier it will get in a shorter time.
A foccacia that is crispy on the outside and chewy in the middle and it's AIP approved!!! There is a bit of time invested in this bread but you will not be sorry, even the fussiest eaters will enjoy this. Note: Time shown does not include resting time for the dough. Tip: We love this on its own or topped with whatever your heart desires.
We've made our own roll for this recipe, it's super easy! Feel free to use your own favourite gluten-free roll but watch those additives and preservatives! Tip: The pattie is Vegan and will work on any bun or bread or even served on a plate with some salad. Hint: Use whatever salad ingredients you want, grated carrot would be a nice addition.
Blueberries are the great detoxifiers so that makes this smoothie the perfect start to your day. When you add in good fibre and healthy omegas with the addition of flax seed meal and chia seeds you're onto a winner! Tip: When using chia seeds it's a good idea to soak them first, we keep a small jar in the fridge with chia gel to save doing it every time.
An iconic flavour combination that just works, with added fibre and antioxidants it's a great way to start your day! Tip: When using chia seeds it's a good idea to soak them first, we keep a small jar in the fridge with chia gel to save doing it every time. Hint: The amount of ice cubes you use will depend on whether you use fresh or frozen fruits. We used all frozen fruit so didn't need to use any.
A good shot of espresso coffee in this smoothie to start your day! By adding coconut yoghurt you're getting the benefits of probiotics for good gut health. Tip: We added a scoop of our favourite vanilla protein powder but this is optional.
Vegan cheese is super tasty and extremely versatile! The picture just shows one serving suggestion using fresh cucumber slices, cherry tomatoes and basil. This basic recipe for one serving can easily be made into 3 variations. Solid style for a cheese ball etc. Cream Cheese style for spreading or dipping and a Cheesy sauce. Tip: The prep time of 15 minutes includes the blending but the cashews do require soaking overnight. Also, see notes on recipe regarding blenders. Hint: See notes on recipe for variation ideas.
Different varieties of mushrooms are now readily available in most supermarkets so it's time to get out of our comfort zone & try some new flavours! The gorgeous creamy sauce along with some delicious herbs highlight the flavour of these beautiful mushrooms and then some! Tip: If you're not ready or can't find the different varieties it still tastes great just using all button mushrooms. Hint: We used San Remo Pulse pasta for this dish but any of your favourite gluten-free pasta will work beautifully.
2 Serves. Chickpea Fettuccine is a great gluten & wheat free alternative to pasta, and it’s one of our favourites. The sauce is vegan, delicious & filling. Plus, the dish only takes around 15mins to make. TIP: Add in some cayenne or chilli for a spicy hit. It's delicious!
We’ve chosen not to include a lot of soy products in our recipes, and this is purely from personal experiences. However, miso is a fermented soy product and we think there can be lots of health benefits associated with fermented soy. Making a miso soup is so easy & it’s delicious. Please also note that it can have a high salt content, so it’s a sometimes dish for us. TIP: We’ve used an oriental mushroom mix (purchased from a supermarket) in this soup which consisted of shitake, oyster & king oyster mushrooms. However, if they are not easily available you could use any type of mushroom. Even regular field mushrooms, just cook them for just a little longer.
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With flavours reminiscent of a pina colada this smoothie will become a fast favourite! Although it's adding a good serve of greens to your day you can't actually taste them, it's fresh and delightful. Hint: You could also use 3/4 cup Pure Harvest Coconut Quench in place of the coconut milk and water. Tip: If you don't have coconut milk any other plant-based milk will work. Hint: Add your fave protein powder or other superfood powders for an added boost. We added 1 teaspoon of bee pollen but note that it no longer fit's into a vegan diet.
Vegan fritters that actually hold together and taste absolutely incredible! Breakfast, lunch or dinner, lunch box or picnic, the choice is yours. Tip: If you don't like turmeric just swap it out for spices you like. Hint: We think a stick blender works best for the Cashew Cream due to the small size of the serving.
Rice paper rolls are a healthy & easy meal. We love serving ours with a punchy spicy dipping sauce. Tip: If you’re looking for a lighter dipping sauce visit one of our other rice paper roll recipes.
This dish will fill you up, however if you’re feeling a little extra hungry team it with some more protein. i.e. another egg, smoked salmon or bacon. TIP: Makes 3 small fritters or just one larger one.
Spicy veggie packed chilli beans with crispy potatoes, avocado, coconut yoghurt and lime. So delicious. TIP: You can swap out fresh tomato for canned tomatoes if you need to. Also, we use COYO coconut yoghurt. It’s thick and luscious and has similar texture and flavour to sour cream.
A creamy gelato style dessert that tastes like a Weis bar! Hint: We used a high-speed blender so we used frozen mango but fresh is fine in a normal blender.
This paleo flatbread has a whole lot of bend and no break. It's super foldable so can be used as a taco too! The coriander will work well with any curry or stirfry, or maybe as a taco with your fave Mexican dish. Tip: Add a little extra water and spread it out a little more and you can roll it up and use as a wrap.
Craving chocolate? It's super quick, seriously creamy and totally delicious! You wouldn't have any idea that it's made from avocado! Tip: It's also super adaptable, you can have it as a soft pudding, a thicker mousse style dessert or a firm tart filling just by changing the amount of coconut oil. Hint: To make it vegan just substitute the honey with maple syrup.
This tastes just like the Gelato you get from a fancy Gelato shop! Super easy and perfect for a hot summer's day or any day for that matter! Tip: We used almond milk but to keep it nut free choose any other plant-based milk. Hint: We made this using a stick blender but a high-speed blender will work also, just leave out the milk.
Have a chocolate craving? Feel like a bowl of ice cream? Then this is the recipe for you. It tastes just like creamy chocolate ice cream but it comes without all the nasty stuff. You will be hooked! Note: We have tested this recipe in a high-speed blender but it also works with a stick blender, you will just need to add a tablespoon of plant-based milk. Tip: Keep some frozen bananas and other fruits in the freezer for ice cream emergencies!
It's the old dip and crumb method for these guys but they're seriously worth it. They are best eaten right away but can be easily reheated. Tip: You can add whatever herbs and spices you like.
Hot or cold, for a meal, lunchbox or snack, you choose! These are taking plain egg muffins to the next level yum! Tip: The macros have been worked out on the ingredients we used but you can change them to suit what you have on hand. Hint: If dairy is not an issue some feta or goat's cheese is great in these.
This vegan dish fits into many other categories and will even curb your carb cravings! TIP: There are many wheat-free pasta options available now and they are an awesome alternative. We chose Eco Organics Chickpea Fettuccine for this dish.
Bruschetta is one of those classic dishes that never gets old but it's not usually on the menu when you're following a keto diet. We've put it back on the menu with this keto-friendly microwave bread. Yum! TIP: We love Niulife balsamic vinegar for this recipe.
Crispy and delicious! They're also very versatile, fit into any meal of the day and they're totally portable, so think lunch box or picnic basket! Hint: Serve with an egg, small side salad or your favourite veggies. Tip: Don't have fresh herbs? You can use dried but be sure to only use 1/4 tsp of each.
Overnight oats make breakfast easy in the morning, and this strawberry one is delicious. We’ve gone for a lighter option of using ½ coconut water for the liquid choice, however you can use all coconut milk for a creamier dish. TIP: Make this in a screw top jar so you can take it with you for a healthy on-the-go option when it’s time to eat.
A gorgeous coloured veggie packed lunch or dinner. You need a punchy sauce with these to make your veggies sing! TIP: We used some beautiful purple sweet potato noodles purchased from a health food shop. You can also use rice noodles, mung bean noodles, or one of the many others on the market.
Warm toasted granola done in 10mins. This one is nut free & should tick all your breakfast boxes. TIP: You can eat this on its own as it’s not too dry, but adding some coconut yoghurt is a great option. Alternatively, you could heat up a little almond or other plant milk to serve.
A most traditional hummus except we’re using mostly water instead of oil for blending.
This dark, rich snack will cure any chocolate cravings for the rest of day. You will only need one! TIP: Making bliss balls for one is possible but you will need a small blender. The one we use comes with the stick blender as an attachment.
This salad is fresh & sweet with a gorgeous orange vinaigrette. Pomegranate seeds are little red jewels that add an amazing pop to so many dishes. Plus they are loaded with vitamins and have many health benefits. TIP: The mint leaves are optional, but adding a herb adds another delicious & healthy element to this salad.
We love a good salad bowl. This one has dry roasted chickpeas with a sprinkle of flavour & is then finished off with our gorgeous coconut yoghurt, lime and mint dressing. Delicious! TIP: You can use coconut milk instead of yoghurt and if you don’t like mint, basil or coriander are fabulous substitutes>
Great natural flavours in this san choy bau without the usual bottled sauce flavours added. There’s a lot of veggies in this dish but if you are feeling extra hungry add a small serve of brown rice. TIP: You could choose different types of mushrooms (see notes), use peanuts instead of cashews, use mint or basil instead of coriander or use cos lettuce instead of iceberg. The flavours will still be great.
This is a really tasty dish with those great Mexican flavours. TIP: Tomatoes – use what you have. We used one whole tomato and then added 4 grape tomatoes towards the end of cooking as that’s all we had. Canned tomatoes are also great – use around ½ cup for this dish.
Bread is one of the things most missed on a keto or paleo diet. This roll doesn't pretend to replace 'normal' bread but we think it's pretty amazing. Note: This recipe makes 1 medium-sized bread roll, perfect for a burger but is easily made into 2 or 3 smaller rolls for use as a side over 2 or 3 days. Tip: If you make them, the extra rolls are best stored in a brown paper bag and can be freshened up in the oven.
This salad embraces fruit and sweetness with a tangy kick, depending on how sour or sweet your lime is. TIP: We had a small sweet potato for this dish, however, if you only have a bigger sweet potato you could choose prepare and cook the entire potato and plan it into another dish over the next few days.
A cheesy flavoured tortilla without the dairy! This tortilla will totally surprise you, it's extremely flexible for a Paleo recipe, it won't crack or tear and it's crispy on the outside and chewy in the middle. Topped with a creamy scramble packed full of vegetables it's totally delicious! Hint: A little sugar-free salsa would definitely take this up a notch!
It's quick, easy, delicious and Vegan! So much to love about this dish, definitely a favourite lunch or simple dinner idea. We used a high speed blender for this which does make it super quick but it's not a necessary item.
Simple, quick and delicious. Everyone has time for an omelette in the morning! Tip: You are most definitely not limited to the vegetables we have used, any quick-cooking veg or leftover meat will work too! Hint: We used fresh thyme for a lovely fresh herb hit but you can use whatever you have on hand. If using dried herbs just a pinch will be plenty.
For a paleo recipe this tortilla has a whole lot of bend and very little break, it's super foldable and tastes great too! Not to mention it will literally go with anything. Tip: Fill it and fold as a soft taco shell or if you add a little extra water and spread it out a little more you can roll it up and use as a wrap.
A paleo version of a Korean-style spicy pancake made with kimchi and served with a dipping sauce. We make this quite often, definitely a family fave! Hint: If you don't like the spiciness of Kimchi you can substitute with Sauerkraut
You had us at Cherry Ripe! Seriously though, chocolate and cherries? Yes please! Note: The toppings are just a serving suggestion and are optional. Tip: These pancakes can stick a little so make sure you have a good quality non-stick pan and grease it well
When you are used to eating clean it can be hard to include enough fat when starting on a Keto diet. We love this smoothie for breakfast, it provides fuel for the day and it tastes amazing! Tip: It is quite thick so you can add a little water until it is the desired consistency.
Seriously though, breakfast, lunch or dinner! A delicious one pan dish full of good protein that tastes incredible. Tip: Goat's cheese is dairy although it is much kinder to the digestive system. We love Meredith Dairy soft goat's cheese. Hint: Vegan cheese could work equally as well in this dish.
This grain free vegetarian dish will keep you fully satisfied. The haloumi adds a big salty punch to the dish, but it’s the dressing that makes it so delicious. TIP: If you don’t like coriander you can leave it out, or swap for another herb you have on hand i.e. Mint, basil or parsley work too.
A single-serve banana cake without all the hassle! Mug cakes are super easy and quick when you're looking for a sweet fix but don't want to make a whole cake or batch of cupcakes, because let's face it, who can stop at 1!
A very healthy version of a classic salad. It still retains all of the flavours and is so very delicious!
A sweet and zesty slaw that works well alongside your favourite protein but is equally as nice on it's own! Hint: We teamed this slaw with the Curried Yoghurt Chicken and it works beautifully.
The goodness of Kimchi teamed up with a healthy version of fried rice using cauliflower. Super healthy for your gut and bags of flavour! Tip: You don't need the cucumber and tomatoes but it adds a lovely freshness to the dish and to make it vegan you can leave off the egg. Hint: If you don't like the spiciness of Kimchi you can substitute with Sauerkraut
A light and creamy scramble, perfect for a quick and easy meal any time of the day. You can use whatever herbs you have on hand, we used sage, parsley and thyme. Goat's cheese has less lactose, lower sodium, smaller and easier to digest fats, and similar if not higher vitamin and mineral levels as cows cheese. Hint: The pine nuts are optional but delicious! They are included in the macros.
Green smoothies offer unique health benefits with leafy greens and avocado that are loaded with antioxidants, vitamins and good fats. A smoothie bowl is just like eating soft ice cream, is an excellent way to satisfy hunger and gets you maximum nutritional benefits for a great start to your day. Note: The toppings are not included in the macros, they are our suggestion and totally optional.
Light, fluffy and so, so easy, just whip everything up in the blender and pour into the pan. The banana adds just the right amount of sweetness so no added sugars are necessary.
If you like haloumi this salad will not disappoint. The haloumi adds a big salty punch to the dish, but it’s the dressing that makes it so delicious. TIP: You can substitute the brown rice for any other healthy grain like buckwheat or quinoa.
Quinoa flour is a great gluten free option for pancakes. It's quite a heavy flour so these little morsels will fill you up until lunch. TIP: Quinoa has an "earthy" taste so adding yoghurt and berries is a must!
These fritters are flavoured lightly with delicious spices, taste fabulous, and are a super healthy way to get a big green intake. TIP: Quinoa flour can be swapped out for almond meal. Mint can be swapped or left out entirely. Still delicious!
We love bread for one. This bread is great for soups, sandwiches or burgers. TIP: Baking this free-form is much easier than in a ramekin (as per the photo). If you do want to use a ramekin make sure it’s greased really well and let the roll sit for a few minutes before removing as it may stick.
A healthy way to enjoy chocolate at any time of the day! A light breakfast or even a delicious way to curb those afternoon cravings. TIP: Swap out peanut butter for any other nut butter.
2 Serves. If you're not really into making big batch soups, this one is perfect, easy and will give you a nice 2 serves. It's flexible with the amount of pumpkin you have, just adjust your stock amount accordingly. TIP: See notes on making a thick soup. Plus using a good quality or homemade stock will make a huge difference in the flavour.
It's so easy to make this flat bread. After 5 mins in the oven you will have some nice soft dipping bread or a wrap. The longer it stays in the oven the crispier it gets. * Depending on your Paleo and Keto choices tapioca/arrowroot is a starch and may not belong on strict diets.
Breakfast that keeps you going all morning. Optional extras make it a little indulgent, but they are not necessary to enjoy these little pancakes. TIP: Swap out hazelnuts for almonds, macadamia, pecan or any nut of your choice.
A super tasty veggie infusion into your diet. *Vegetarian option: Swap out fish sauce with a vegan fish sauce, or just add some more tamari and maybe a pinch more salt.
This refreshing drink will get you through a hot summer's day and recharge you at any time. TIP: Freeze your watermelon first for a more icy/slushie drink. Mint is optional, but highly recommended.
Let's just say one thing.... Blueberries & Lemon - YUM! Tip: you can use all of one type of plant milk. But we think it's more delicious with a mix of both.
This coconut yoghurt based dressing is thick, rich & gorgeous. It will easily go on your favourite dressings list. TIP: You can swap to Greek Yoghurt, and swap out coriander for mint or basil.
Sweet, Sour, Hot & Salty! Everything you look for in Asian cuisine. Pour this dressing over cucumber ribbons, julienne carrots, shredded cabbage, lettuce & lots and lots of fresh herbs! TIP: 1/4 a small red chilli will make a spicy dressing, but you can add as much as you want!
Sweet & Tangy. So easy to make and will compliment most salads.
What's better than a beautiful rich Ratatouille? A Baked version! We love this as a side but truthfully you can eat it straight out of the dish, it's that amazing! Tip: Get creative and mix the veggies up a little with squash or eggplant. Hint: You can use any sturdy herbs to flavour the oil or alternatively you could add dried herbs to the passata.
Roasted potatoes like you have never tried before! All the flavours of Mexico to serve alongside your favourite protein. Tip: We used Chipotle chilli powder but smoked paprika or just your favourite chilli powder will work.
Something a little different in the salad section! It's super quick and easy and oh so delicious! Tip: We love it served in the wedges and placed in the pool of dressing but it would also work as a chopped salad. Hint: We used a variety of fresh basil, mint and parsley leaves but use whatever you have, chives would also work well. For the seeds, we chose sesame, black sesame and nigella but you could also use pepitas and/or sunflower seeds.
A quick, easy and very tasty salad! Note: If you can't tolerate dairy you can easily leave the goat's cheese off or use a vegan option.
Cream of Mushroom Soup is one of those recipes that has been around for generations, but we've tweaked it a little and our version is not only Vegan it fits in with most dietary protocols including AIP! Hint: We think this soup is perfect as is but if you don't want to thicken it with the tapioca flour you could try taking half the mixture out and blending it then combine back together. Tip: This is a light meal, if you want it to be more substantial you could add more mushrooms and sweet potato or serve with our AIP Garlic & Rosemary Foccacia.
These fritters are too easy and seriously delish! To get a vegan fritter to hold together and taste great too is no easy task but that's exactly what you're getting! Tip: You can swap the fresh herbs for dried but just use the dried dill in the sauce. Hint: Chickpea flour is also known as Besan flour and is the sole reason for these holding together so well. The amount needed will depend entirely on how juicy your tomatoes are. See note on the recipe.
It's Vegan and it's delicious! The perfect salad to take on the go. Not everyone is a fan of tahini but you need to try this dressing, it will seriously change your mind. Tip: If you don't have red cabbage you could swap it out for grated carrot. Hint: This can be served in a wrap, just halve the chickpeas and lightly mash them before adding to the salad.
Chocolate and nuts just work so well together it doesn't even matter which nuts you use! We used peanut butter in this smoothie but absolutely any nut butter will work. Note: We used Happy Mammoth Collagen Protein powder but use your own favourite.
Peanut Butter and banana just work, simple as that. When you add good fibre like flaxseed meal and chia seeds full of antioxidants it makes this smoothie into a meal! We could literally drink this one every day, it's that good! Hint: Can't have peanuts? Swap the peanut butter for any other nut butter. Tip: When using chia seeds it's a good idea to soak them first, we keep a small jar in the fridge with chia gel to save doing it every time. Note: We garnished with extra fresh banana, peanut butter and cinnamon but these are totally optional.
This is our take on traditional style devilled eggs and we love it!! Tip: We think the perfect texture for the yolk is a 5-6 minute boiled egg. Hint: These make the perfect lunchbox or picnic snack!
A yummy cheesy tasting sprinkle that works in place of Parmesan cheese that's vegan!
Great with most salads. Tip: you can swap out the honey for maple syrup or coconut sugar.
We have made this guacamole AIP friendly but don't think for a minute it doesn't taste great, because it does!! Sweet potato toast is one of those new trends that is here to stay if you haven't tried it yet give it a go!
Some very yummy Italian style flavours going on in this pasta salad. We chose to serve this cold but would also work as a warm salad. Hint: We used Sandhurst Lite Semi-dried Tomatoes for this salad for an extra hit of herb and spice flavours. Tip: Basil would also work as well as or in place of the parsley. Note: We used Barilla Chickpea Casarecce. Chickpea pasta is not for everyone but perfect if you are trying to avoid grains. Any gluten-free pasta will work in this recipe.
If you love tzatziki, this is a great dairy-free option. TIP: We like to use raw garlic in some of our dressings. If you're not a huge fan of raw garlic, maybe start with about a quarter of clove. Raw garlic has many health benefits, so try and add as much as you can!
Most people love Caesar Dressing. However, the bottled versions are full of additives, preservatives & other ingredients we don't know how to pronounce. Please note with our mayonnaise option below we've used a good store-bought mayo (always check your ingredients), however, we also have a homemade mayo recipe in this section. TIP: Anchovy fillets are a big part of where the Caesar dressing gets its flavour. We've only listed it as optional as it's a 50/50 on who actually likes them! If you're not using them, maybe add some extra mustard, lemon & salt to increase your flavours. Some pepper will work will too.
This big bowl of oats & fruit will keep you going all morning. TIP: If you don’t get a chance to make this the night before it can be ready to eat in 2 hours and only takes 5 mins to put together.
This bowl of porridge will make you smile. The spice mix is optional, but it will give you the apple pie flavour. Using cinnamon alone is also delicious. TIP: You can use any preferred type of plant milk. The coconut milk does give an extra creaminess but it can become quite thick whilst cooking.
The goji berries give this a little jam like hit. Other options are dried strawberries or raspberries or even some berry chia jam.
Fresh & delicious. TIP: A hot chilli dressing really makes this salad explode with flavour, however, if you only like a little bit of heat use the long red chilli in your dressing. Also, you can use dried black beans for this recipe, they just need to soak overnight prior to making the dish.
If you like satay this is a delicious, warm, vegan chickpea salad bowl. TIP: Satay is great with lots of chilli. Turn up the heat if you can handle it!
A deliciously warming vegan curry. TIP: If you prefer you can use dried chickpeas, they just need to be soaked overnight.
A great alternative to morning oats if you are following a grain free diet. The sweetness of the coconut, strawberries & yoghurt are a nice change from some of the other heavy protein breakfasts. TIP: We haven't added a sweetener in this recipe as it falls into our low sugar diet categories. If you need this to be a little sweeter add a teaspoon of maple syrup, or for strict keto followers, a little keto approved sweetener.
These are such a delicious burger pattie. We decided to go with a fresh side salad, however team it with your favourite gluten free or wheat free wrap or bun for a gorgeous burger. A must try with our ‘next level’ beetroot tzatziki. TIP: Coriander can always be swapped out for another herb, or left out entirely. Parsley or mint are a nice option here. Also, the canned bean mix can be any other bean type, especially if you already have leftovers.
If you like satay sauce this one's easy with all the healthy ingredients. We've got 2 options for serving raw or cooked. TIP: If peanuts are not part of your diet you can swap the peanut butter for almond or cashew. Also, fresh garlic can be swapped out for garlic powder.
So easy and so versatile! Serve it on toast, crispbreads, sweet potato toast, or as a dip with your favourite vegetables or crackers.
Swapping out the toast for sweet potato slices is such a great idea and the fact you can actually cook it in the toaster means it's quick and super easy too! We took the avocado one step further by making it into guacamole but it's still yummy with just smashed avo. Hint: Don't like chilli? Swap it out with some diced tomato.
A quick and easy keto option when you're missing bread. It has a chewy texture similar to bread and works well for your favourite sandwich filling or toast it & top with your favourites like guacamole, hummus or as a bruschetta base! Hint: We used avocado oil but extra virgin olive oil is equally as good
Veggies for breakfast are becoming more common with the health conscious, and also with people that need to make some big diet changes. It’s different from the usual breakfast options, but you might like this tasty dish> TIP: You can also use marinated goat's cheese with this recipe & spoon over a little of the oil marinade as a flavour option.
One of the yummiest pizza combos ever! This serving was perfect for a small meal so if you want something a little more substantial it's easily doubled. Hint: We have included the recipe for pesto but if you have a favourite one you can use that instead.
We think these taste even better than potato chips, they're so good! A mandolin slicer is best for these for consistency of thickness and it definitely gets the job done quicker. If you're using a knife take your time as unevenly cut slices will cook unevenly.
Nuts can sometimes get a little boring so we have made them a little more interesting by toasting them and adding some flavour! Note: We used coconut oil but olive or macadamia would also work well.
This pesto is super quick and easy. We make it with a mortar and pestle due to the serving size and it makes 2 1/2 to 3 teaspoons. If you are making a larger amount you can use a blender. Hint: You don't need a fancy big mortar and pestle, any size and shape will do. Tip: Rather than toasting the pine nuts every time you can roast a batch and store them in a sealed jar in the fridge.
The perfect detox drink that's also one of our favourite coolers, the best thing on a hot Summer's day. Blueberries are known for being especially high in antioxidants and contain natural aspirin that helps lessen the tissue-damaging effects of chronic inflammation. Lemon and mint aid to detox the body, enhance hydration, have anti-cancer properties and support healthy weight loss Tip:You can use coconut water which will make this even more refreshing and add a little sweetness, but note, it is higher in carbs.
Fruit coolers are a great between-meal snack, especially in the warmer months. Hint: If you are using a sealed blender like a Nutri-Bullet the mineral water can build up the pressure but coconut water or chilled water will also work. Tip: You can use raspberries in this cooler as well or equal amounts of each.
Fruit coolers are a great between-meal snack, especially in the warmer months. Using coconut water makes them even more refreshing and adds a little sweetness, but chilled water will also work.
This dish is great for breakfast, brunch, lunch and even dinner. Really delicious with warm crispy potato and fresh toppings. TIP: Grate the potatoes just before cooking to avoid going brown. Plus with no binding ingredient it may be a little hard to keep the potato together – see method.
We love this dish as it’s so simple and ready in 15-20 minutes. You can choose whichever plant-based or any pasta you prefer. TIP: If you would like a creamier pasta add another tablespoon of coconut milk or even coconut yoghurt.
All the good things about hummus but it's paleo! Use this hummus as a dip, dressing or side. If you don't like the flavour of cumin you can use any spice you like. Paprika, turmeric or onion powder would all work. This recipe makes 1/3 cup.
Finding a substitute for pizza when you're following a grain-free diet is hard, especially one that goes crispy and holds together well. This one has it all, when you pick it up it doesn't bend, break or crumble and it tastes delicious! Tip: The macros will reflect the exact toppings we have used but these are a great base for any toppings you like. Note: Makes 2 approx. 16cm bases and can easily be made paleo and dairy free by leaving off the goat's cheese.
This is one of those salads you will make again and again. It's one of our favourites, it's super easy and it tastes amazing! Tip: You could easily swap the pear for sliced apple. Hint: Just use as much of the dressing as you like, it will keep for weeks and any excess can be used on any other salad.
Potatoes are one of the most versatile of the vegetable family. There are so many different ways to cook them and this is one of our favourites. Equal parts crispy and creamy with the flavours of thyme and garlic. Seriously though! Tip: Don't have thyme? Use one of your favourite herbs. We used ghee for the gorgeous buttery flavour but for vegan you can use coconut oil. Niulife make a coconut ghee that is vegan and quite delicious!
A breakfast twist on sushi! Lots of amazing good fats and nutrients in this dish, the perfect start to your day. This is one of those recipes that is extremely versatile, you can use whatever fillings you like.
Salad for breakfast is a thing! You will love this as much as we do, guaranteed, it's super easy too!
Mushrooms on toast just got a whole lot better! Creamy goats cheese and avocado take it to the next level! Note: We used Venerdi Paleo Almond Bread for our toast but feel free to use your own favourite. Tip: We love Meredith Dairy creamy goats cheese, we chose the chive one for this recipe.
Paleo AND Vegan, the best of both worlds. The toppings can be adjusted to suit whatever diet protocol is being followed. Hint: We chose coconut yoghurt and berries as our toppings but use whatever you like.
This traditional Middle Eastern dish has a rich tomato-based sauce, gorgeous spices and eggs. If you would like it a little spicier swap out the green chilli for a hotter variety. Tip: Don't leave off the parsley and mint, it seriously makes for an even tastier dish.
This muffin is just delightful on its own or served on the side of your fave dish. It's also yummy with a little mayo and salad. Tip: You can use whatever herbs you have on hand or dried herbs will also work, just keep in mind you will only need 1/2 teaspoon.
A one-pan cooked breakfast. What could be easier? This is one of those easy staple breakfasts that gives you an amazing start to your day with protein and plenty of nutrients and vitamins. It's also a quick and easy lunch or dinner idea! Note: We think the thyme or any other fresh herb is a yummy edition but it's still great without them. Tip: It's really good with a little pesto added when serving.
Just like a big bowl of berry ice-cream! How can something that tastes this incredible be so good for you? Hint: We love Melrose Essential Reds powder in this bowl. Note: We used 1/3 cup each of frozen blueberries and strawberries and 1/3 cup fresh raspberries. It really just depends on what you have available at the time. Tip: If you use all frozen fruit reduce the number of ice cubes. Note: For AIP swap the almond milk for another suitable plant-based milk.
This bowl of warm apple cereal is a combination of a chia seed pudding and almond cereal that tastes just like apple pie! Chia and flax seeds pack a punch of nutrients, fibre, Omega-3's and antioxidants.
A vegetable bake with a twist. Light and delicious, it works well as a side with any main but is tasty just on its own! Want a vegan version? Swap out the butter with your favourite vegan substitute.
A very healthy alternative to store-bought tomato sauce, no nasty additives or preservatives, just tomato and spices with a little honey for sweetness. You can make this in 6 minutes!
If you ask us, this sauce is better than any bought kind and it has none of the horrible additives either. You will need a stick blender or a very small food processor but trust me, it's worth it. Hint: This makes around 2 1/2 tablespoons of sauce but the recipe is easily doubled.
We can never make up our minds which mug cake is the best but this one comes in as one of our all-time faves! Mug cakes are super easy and quick when you're looking for a sweet fix but don't want to make a whole cake or batch of cupcakes, because let's face it, who can stop at 1!!
As Aussie as it gets, but a much healthier and far easier version. No gluten or refined sugars in this one! Mug cakes are super easy and quick when you're looking for a sweet fix but don't want to make a whole cake or batch of cupcakes, because let's face it, who can stop at 1!!
Lemon and blueberries are one of those iconic flavour combinations, it just works. Mug cakes are super easy and quick when you're looking for a sweet fix but don't want to make a whole cake or batch of cupcakes, because let's face it, who can stop at 1!!
Chocolate and coffee. We know you want it, you know you want it. Just do it already! Mug cakes are super easy and quick when you're looking for a sweet fix but don't want to make a whole cake or batch of cupcakes, because let's face it, who can stop at 1!!
We are all about making recipes healthier, but sometimes the original can be healthy just as it is! Classic says it all, the flavours of Greece in a neat little bowl. Tip: This is a side serving size but double it up for a light lunch!
An easy lunch or dinner that tastes amazing and it's vegan too! Hint: If you are not following a vegan or paleo diet and can tolerate dairy, this is extra nice with a touch of grated parmesan. Tip: If you want a nut free version just swap the pine nuts for sunflower seeds. Note: If you don’t have a spiraliser you can easily use a shark or julienne style grater
Earthy beetroot, tangy goat's cheese and crunchy walnuts with fresh greens all tied together with a sweet & zesty dressing. Seriously though, a marriage of flavours that works beautifully! Tip: We used the pre-cooked baby beets available from the Fruit & Veg section in all leading supermarkets.
Although there are plenty of greens in this smoothie it tastes just like a chocolate milkshake! Green smoothies provide a powerful boost of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and other nutrients. Eating natural, whole foods in the most optimum form helps digestion and nutrient absorption, you will have more energy to get things done and enjoy your day.
The perfect alternative to overnight oats when you are following a grain free diet. The sweetness of the apple and creaminess of the yoghurt makes it taste like a naughty dessert! Note: Any plant-based milk will work in this recipe.
All the flavour you need for a gorgeous salad dressing or dipping sauce. TIP: Paleo, Vegan & Dairy Free swap out Greek yoghurt for a good quality plain coconut yoghurt.
A delicious vegan salad which is great for lunch or dinner. Adding the chives at the end gives the dish a little savoury hit. TIP: This is also a great salad to pair with your choice of protein.
If you already love them, or need a gentle introduction to a green smoothie, this green drink is delicious. TIP: Make it nut-free with other plant milk choices like coconut, rice or oat.
A brilliant alternative to potato mash that works with most proteins and other vegetables. By using coconut yoghurt for the creamy element it's also dairy free, vegan and AIP friendly! Note: The amount of coconut yoghurt used will depend on how wet or dry your sweet potato is once it's mashed.
A spicy Mexican style alternative to rice. Serve with your favourite protein or pile it up with some veggies for a light meal. Tip: If you don't like chilli or you are following the AIP diet it is still a great dish without it.
A simple and quick side salad that will work with any protein of your choice. Tip: Always leave the dressing off until you are ready to serve. Hint: Add any fresh herbs, nuts or seeds you like. A little goat's cheese or fried haloumi would also be nice.
This gorgeous and colourful slaw can be served with pretty much anything! Add it to your fave tacos, hotdogs, sandwiches and salads. Team it up with your favourite proteins or even just serve it on your favourite crackers or crispbreads.
Colourful breakfasts can only be good for you! TIP: You can roast the sweet potato in the oven, or use a flat sandwich press to make it super quick & easy!
We tried a few different recipe variations of Paleo gravy before settling on this one as a definite favourite! Any recipes using tapioca flour or similar to thicken them always ended with an ok result, this method using cauliflower to thicken means 1 extra step but trust us, it's totally worth the time. Hint: See notes for variations. Tip: Make extra and freeze in portions.
We tried a few different recipe variations of Paleo gravy before settling on this one as a definite favourite! Any recipes using tapioca flour or similar to thicken it always ended with an ok result, this method using cauliflower to thicken means 1 extra step but trust us, it's totally worth the time. Hint: See notes for variations. Tip: Make extra and freeze in portions.
Overnight oats are great for those of us that don't have a lot of time in the mornings. This combination of banana and coconut is super creamy and delicious. Tip: If you don't want to use coconut milk any plant-based milk will work.
Spicy and tangy is what you will get with this incredible slaw recipe. Pair it with your favourite protein and some simple roasted potatoes and you have yourself a beautiful combination. Tip: There is not a lot of spice in this slaw but it can easily be adjusted to suit by removing or increasing the amount of chilli flakes used. Hint: This slaw keeps really well and develops more flavour the longer you leave it so it's a great make-ahead recipe.
Don't ever think a cooked breakfast will take too long because you can have this scramble ready in under 10 minutes! Tip: Serve alone or with a piece of your favourite gluten-free toast. If you don't want the toast or think it won't be enough you can always add another egg or more veggies. Hint: If you want them even creamier you can add 1 teaspoon of coconut yoghurt or a little plant-based milk.
Something a little different to your regular side of greens! We think it tastes amazing and it works really well as a healthy alternative to rice.
A very easy side that will work with pretty much any protein! It's a great replacement for rice or starchy mashes and the flavour is so light and simple.
A light and tangy salad that will go with any of your favourite proteins but is also perfect for a light lunch. Tip: You could easily swap or add any of the salad ingredients for your faves! Hint: If you are fine with dairy you could easily swap the yoghurt for Greek yoghurt or sour cream.
If you are following a Paleo or Keto diet then you would not even imagine being able to have something like this! But we are here to tell you that you can! The 'scone' is light and fresh, the jam is tart and sweet and the yoghurt 'cream' just brings it all together beautifully. Hint: The scone can also be toasted and topped with any of your fave sweet or savoury toppings. It will also keep for up to 2 days if wrapped or sealed and placed in the fridge so it's completely portable for your lunch box or a picnic! Tip: The jam will keep for up to a week in the fridge. Note: We used liquid coconut cooking oil/fractionated coconut oil as it is light and has no flavour but any other oil or butter will work equally as well.
An English Muffin that has only 5 simple ingredients, cooks in 1 minute and is guilt free! It's grain free and will fit in with most diet protocols. Hint: Results can differ greatly depending on the dish you use and your microwave so you may need to keep an eye on it the first time you try this. Note: We have toasted it for the pic but it works just as well untoasted. The butter is a serving suggestion only and is not included in the ingredients or macros.
It doesn't get any easier than this! Two ingredients and 6 minutes and you have jam! Tip: You can add your choice of sweetener, we chose not to as the berries were sweet enough. Note: If you would like to use fresh berries you will need to add a little water to make enough liquid.
This pesto is a little different but in a very good way! So delicious! Use it as a dip, spread or topping. We love it on the AIP approved Foccacia bread. To make this pesto AIP friendly be sure to use horseradish cream and not mustard. Hint: We use the pre-cooked beetroot available from most leading supermarkets.
Hummus doesn't necessarily need to be made with chickpeas, which means even if you're following a paleo diet you can still enjoy it! This cauliflower version is seriously delish but check out our other recipes too! Note: This makes just under half a cup.
So much flavour in this beautiful little salad, you won't want to eat tinned beetroot ever again! Hint: We used the pre-cooked beetroot available from most leading supermarkets and fruit shops which makes this recipe super quick and easy but if you prefer to cook fresh beetroot it will work equally as well.
A fruity twist on a green smoothie that is loaded full of healthy fibre and antioxidants. Hint: You could swap the strawberries for any other berry of choice. Tip: We love to add extra healthy stuff into our smoothies. For this one, we chose Happy Mammoth prebiotic collagen powder and their probiotic greens powder.
A bacon & egg muffin on a keto diet would normally be a definite no! but this one is definitely a YES! Just 5 ingredients and a quick mix, 1 to 1 1/2 minutes in the microwave, done! Tip: Adjust the toppings to suit your taste.
This is one of those dishes you can eat for any meal of the day! Hint: Don't like chilli? Just leave it out. Tip: Swap the veggies out for whatever you have on hand, asparagus or broccolini would work really well. Note: We topped this dish with our Vegan Parmesan but it's completely optional. If dairy isn't a problem for you then parmesan cheese would also work beautifully.
If you served this mash to someone who is used to old school potato mash I highly doubt they would know it's completely vegan! Hint: We used truffle-infused olive oil and the flavour was amazing!
This sauce works beautifully with seafood but don't stop there! It also works on chicken, beef or pork too!
This omelette is loaded with vegetables and flavour! It really is a complete meal and fits in with most dietary protocols too! Tip: We love to find ways of adding more greens to every meal but if you don't want to use the rocket just leave it off. Hint: We used shiitake mushrooms but any variety will work.
Holy Guacamole! The best omelette you will ever make, seriously! So much flavour in this one and it's a complete meal that you could enjoy any time of the day. Tip: We love fresh coriander but know it's not for everyone so you can swap it for fresh parsley or just leave it out. Hint: You will love our version of the sour cream, be sure to add it!
This is our take on a family favourite. This salad showed up at pretty much every family bbq or get together. It was traditionally made using wheat pasta with fresh cream in the dressing, we've tweaked it and made it a little healthier. We know you're going to love it! Note: We used Buon Appetito gluten-free spirals. We think a textured pasta works best to hold onto the vegetables. Tip: Use whatever vegetables, herbs and flavourings you like in this one to make it your own. Hint: This is a side dish serving but is easily doubled to have as a main.
This is one of those dishes you can make to clean up leftover vegetables in your crisper, that's exactly how this particular dish came about! Tip: If you don't need the macros to be exact you can substitute the other vegetables with whatever you have e.g tomato, zucchini, pumpkin or eggplant.
Baked sweet potato is always delicious but topped with this amazing ratatouille takes it to next level good!
Serve this rich tomato-based vegetable dish alone or with your favourite protein. Such a yummy way to get your vegetable servings up for the day!
Mango salsa will work with any of your favourite proteins especially those marinated with citrus flavours or simply serve in lettuce cups as a light lunch. Hint: If you're not following the autoimmune protocol a little fresh chilli works beautifully in this.
This warm breakfast makes a nice change from the heavier protein meals on the keto or similar diet. TIP: If you need this a little sweeter add a ½ teaspoon of maple syrup or other approved sweetener.
This delicious curry comes together really easily & quickly. We’ve served it with some brown rice, however, cauliflower rice is great with this dish & gives you another veggie boost. TIP: Add a little more cayenne if you like it hot!
This snack is actually a light meal. Be prepared to fill up! TIP: The coriander is optional, however, if you would like to use a different herb basil would work well.
This "pretty" little dish was prepared with love using the last of veggies in the fridge & it was really healthy & delicious too. TIP: The dried rosemary is great with this mix of vegetables. However, most dried or fresh herbs would work.
A twist on the usual cauliflower mash. By roasting it, you get a whole new depth of flavour, just delicious! Tip: Stir through some fresh herbs to compliment whatever you're serving it with.
Simple, sweet and delicious. You can make this ahead of time and keep it in the fridge. Hint: If you use a screw-top jar it's travel friendly and you can take it in your lunch box or on a picnic. Tip: Use any fruits you like and it's also seriously good topped with a little grain-free granola.
Just like a strawberry milkshake but so much better for you! You can add in any health powders, protein powders or tonics that you like, we love to add Acai or a good reds powder.
A zesty vinaigrette dressing with a great kick of herbs that will work on all of your favourite salads.
So many ways you can enjoy this egg salad. In celery boats, lettuce cups or on your favourite toast or crispbreads. You can easily add some fresh or dried herbs of your choice to make it different each time. TIP: If the eggs are cold when putting them into boiling water cook them for around 7 mins for just undercooked, or 8-9mins for hard.
So filling and delicious, we love pesto!! Finding one that's vegan and uses a healthy oil isn't easy though so we've included the recipe to make your own. You will need a mortar and pestle for such a small amount but alternatively, you can use 3 teaspoons of your favourite pesto.
Sweet more than tart, and such a beautiful dressing for salads.
Simple chia pudding breakfast. TIP: Coconut milk can be replaced by all almond milk or even coconut water.
Simple and delicious and ready in 10 minutes. Zesty and sweet all at the same time, it's light and fresh and works well as a side with your fave protein or double it for a simple light lunch.
A healthier version of fried rice with a Thai flavoured twist. The nutty quinoa and loads of fresh vegetables are super healthy and the dressing has the gorgeous flavours of sesame, garlic and ginger.
Seriously good hummus that fits right into the paleo diet, no legumes! You can use blanched almonds for this but we love to blanch them fresh. You can blend this to whatever texture you like, it tastes incredible any which way, you can use it as a dip, a side or thin it down and use as a dressing. This recipe makes a little over 1/3 cup.
All of the creaminess and deliciousness of potato bake but without the dairy! Tip: Serve with your favourite protein or change it up a little by adding your other vegetables like sweet potato or pumpkin.
All the goodness of gut-friendly kimchi in a simple scramble that tastes incredible. Korean chilli and coriander are bold flavours and work perfectly together. Something a little different to start your day or enjoy for any meal of the day. Hint: If you don't like the spiciness of Kimchi you can substitute it with Sauerkraut.
If you have never tried grilled lettuce then this is the recipe for you. It changes the taste greatly but in a very good way. Don't like anchovies? Leave them out. Tip: If you need it to be dairy free try the Niulife coconut ghee, it's delicious and it's Vegan!
So much better than regular mash! Serve it on the side of everything! Tip: All pumpkins are not created equal, some are drier than others so adjust the yoghurt to get the desired consistency.
Tasty and creamy and not a hint of dairy! Our serving suggestion for these mushies is on Venerdi Paleo Almond Bread but they're just as good on their own. Hint: We used shiitake and button mushrooms but any variety will work. Tip: These are amazing served over your favourite protein!
The flavours in this dish just work so incredibly well together, we dare you not to love it. Don't leave out the fresh mint, it really does bring it all together, so fresh and summery.
If you can't get Oyster mushrooms this recipe will work with other types but there is something about the lightness in flavour and the texture. Hint: If you don't like the spiciness of Kimchi you can substitute it with Sauerkraut.
So many flavours in this dish! It takes a bit of prep but absolutely worth the time. The honey sesame haloumi is sooo delicious! Note: We used the pre-cooked beetroot available from the vegetable department in most leading grocery stores but if you have the time, fresh is best! Hint: Ground sumac is a spice that has a lovely citrus type flavour and works beautifully in this salad but you could replace with paprika or leave it out altogether. Tip: You can cook quinoa ahead of time and freeze in portions ready to use.
Quick, simple and delicious! You can cook the egg any way you like and use your favourite herbs. Tip: We used a shark style vegetable peeler to make the noodles.
It's hard to believe there's no dairy in this dish! This serving is for a side and will compliment your favourite protein but is easily doubled and other veggies added to make a complete meal. Tip: To make it AIP compliant replace the almond milk with an approved plant-based milk.
To get a paleo pancake that's light, fluffy and delicious and doesn't fall apart when you flip it is no easy task but these are exactly that. Perfect.
A creamy filling breakfast porridge in under 10 minutes and it's paleo! Tip: This cereal tastes great on its own but feel free to top with whatever you like. We chose blueberries and it was delicious! Hint: This cereal is also nice served cold so you can take it on the go.
Missing oatmeal? You are going to love this creamy cereal, the perfect winter morning breakfast. Our suggested topping is banana and cacao nibs but feel free to get adventurous and come up with your own.
Savoury Pancakes are not something we normally think of having but these are so good! Once you try them you will definitely be making them again.
Portobello mushrooms are an awesome substitute for meat and they're low carb and high protein! The flavours in this dish all work so well together, it's one you will want to make again and again. Note: We topped it with the basil pesto from the dressings and sauces section and we love it but it's totally optional.
A quick and easy homemade mayonnaise recipe that you will want to make again and again. It's Keto, Paleo and dairy free with no added sugars or toxic vegetable oils in sight so it will fit with most dietary protocols. Note: Makes approx. 2/3 cup. Tip: We used light tasting olive oil but the other suggested oils will work just as well.
The best description for these mushrooms is deeelicious! We think part of the reason they taste so amazing is the butter or ghee but you can definitely replace with your favourite oil. Tip: Need it to be lower in fat? Start with 2 tsp of butter or oil and add some water to create the sauce. Note: This is a side serving and we love it served with a tender juicy steak but can easily be doubled to enjoy on its own or on your favourite toast.
A quick mix creamy bliss ball with a gorgeous ginger hit! We used the Woolworths Macro Organic cashew nut butter in this recipe. Tip: We love Pure Food Essentials certified organic ginger powder, the 1/2 teaspoon is quite a good ginger hit but feel free to use less or if you're a real ginger fan, go a bit more!
Let's face it, white chocolate and raspberries were just made for each other and although there is no actual white chocolate in this recipe it definitely takes your mind there! Chia seeds are full of important nutrients and they are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, rich in antioxidants, and they provide fibre, iron, and calcium. Tip: Stir in some coconut yoghurt for a creamier pudding. Note: There is a minimum of 2 hours soaking time required.
Who doesn't love the taste of apple pie! Chia seeds are full of important nutrients and they are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, rich in antioxidants, and they provide fibre, iron, and calcium. Hint: See our other flavour variations or try one of your own. Tip: Stir in some coconut yoghurt for a creamier pudding. Note: There is a minimum of 2 hours soaking time required.
Do you like Pina Coladas... you know you just sang that in your head! Chia seeds are full of important nutrients and they are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, rich in antioxidants, and they provide fibre, iron, and calcium. Note: We used the Pure Harvest Coconut Quench to keep it light but you can use full-fat coconut milk, almond milk or any other plant-based milk. Tip: Stir in some coconut yoghurt for a creamier pudding. Note: There is a minimum of 2 hours soaking time required.
Cherry Ripe. Need we say more? Chia seeds are full of important nutrients and they are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, rich in antioxidants and they provide fibre, iron, and calcium. Tip: Stir in some coconut yoghurt for a creamier pudding and top with your favourite muesli. Note: There is a minimum of 2 hours soaking time required.
A quick and easy no blend bliss ball that tastes just like an old school Golden Rough (Aussie). Perfect to pop in your lunch box for a morning or afternoon snack. Tip: Want to make it Vegan? Swap the honey for rice malt or maple syrup.
Grilled vegetables already taste amazing but with a zesty hit of lemon and some fresh herbs they are taken to the next level. So much flavour! Eat it on its own for a yummy vegan meal or serve it with your favourite protein and if dairy isn't an issue you can crumble over some blue cheese or goat's feta. Yum! Hint: It's really good served warm or at room temp but just as nice if you want to make it ahead and serve directly from the fridge. Tip: Keep the vegetables in bigger pieces to make grilling easier, you can then chop them before adding to the salad bowl.
Creamy and cheesy without any dairy in sight! This recipe makes enough for a side sauce with your fave vegetables or protein. It will keep for a few days so if you don't use it all in one go we know you will find something else to put it on!
Light and creamy and oh so similar in texture to potato mash without the starchy carbs! Note: The goal here is to get the same consistency as mashed potato so if you overcook the cauliflower or don’t squeeze the liquid out you won’t get the same result. Tip: If you don’t have a food processor you can use a stick blender.
Sweet and tart all at the same time and oh so tasty! Don't be put off by the combination, it really works! Hint: This recipe will make a full serving on it's own so if you want to use it as a side just halve the recipe.
Veggies for breakfast? Of course! So much flavour in this dish and what a great way to start your day. We used sweet potato, zucchini, asparagus, and capsicum but feel free to get creative with your own. Tip: We used a julienne style peeler but a spiraliser would work equally as well.
One of the most versatile breakfasts or snacks. Chia seeds are full of important nutrients and are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids. Rich in antioxidants, they provide fibre, iron, and calcium. Hint: See our other flavour variations or try one of your own. Tip: Stir in some coconut yoghurt for a creamier pudding and top with your favourite fruit or muesli. Note: There is a minimum of 2 hours soaking time required.
This vegan delight is a delicious light meal. Tip: The avocado cream sauce also works perfectly with any of your favourite gluten-free pastas or noodles.
An easy, on the go snack or breakfast full of protein, omega 3's, potassium and antioxidants and it fits in with pretty much any diet protocol. Not to mention it's also vegan! It's awesome on its own or use the optional toppings or those of your choice for an added flavour boost. Note: Allow at least 2 hours for soaking time. Tip: You could use any of your favourite superfood powders in place of the Acai.
This bowl tastes just like a delicious carrot and banana cake but look out for the brain freeze twist! Tip: Always keep a couple of peeled bananas in the freezer ready for smoothies and bowls! Hint: Breakfast smoothie bowls are a perfect opportunity to add those extra supplements into your daily routine like mushroom powders & tonics or protein powders.
A lower carb, high protein meal that has lots of good healthy fats. Tip: We used the homemade tomato sauce recipe from the Dressings and Sauces section for this but pure tomato paste with a pinch of salt and any spices of choice thinned out a little with water or olive oil will work just as well.
This is a general recipe for overnight oats. It's such an easy breakfast to prepare the night before, and you can take it with you if you are on the go. TIP: Top with your choice of berries, fruit, coconut yoghurt, nuts, cacao nibs or coconut.
A punchy & zesty dressing that is amazing on any salad or even warm veggies.
This recipe takes mushrooms as a side to the next level! Serve these on toast, with your breakfast eggs or on your favourite protein, trust us they will work with pretty much everything! Note: We used swiss brown mushrooms for this but any type will work. Tip: If you are not a fan of chilli you could replace it with diced capsicum. Hint: If you are not following a vegan diet a teaspoon of butter melted through at the end is amazing!
Overnight oats are great for those of us that don't have a lot of time in the mornings. This peanut butter one is seriously good! Tip: If you don't have almond milk any plant-based milk will work.
This delicious vegetable tray bake is pretty easy to prepare. Adding the gremolata just lifts all those flavours and you will feel very satisfied! TIP: Make the gremolata in the last few minutes of cooking time as these ingredients may only keep their bright colour for a short time once blended.
Overnight oats are great for those of us that don't have a lot of time in the mornings. This combination of chocolate, pecans & dates with a hint of sea salt will bowl you over! Tip: If you don't have almond milk any plant-based milk will work.
Overnight oats are great for those of us that don't have a lot of time in the mornings. This combination of chocolate and almonds is sure to become a favourite. Tip: If you don't have almond milk any plant-based milk will work.
A quick and easy slaw with a tangy dressing that will work with any of your favourite proteins. Hint: Add whatever other vegetables you like!
Chocolate and berries.... no need for any more words. Any berries will work in this recipe. We used Pure Harvest Coco Quench as our milk of choice. Tip: When using chia seeds it's a good idea to soak them first, we keep a small jar in the fridge with chia gel to save doing it every time. Hint: Smoothies are an awesome opportunity to add protein powders, collagen powder, greens or herbs & tonics to your day.
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