Cauliflower “not” Rice


Cauliflower ‘not’ Rice has emerged with the Paleo movement as a great substitute for rice in most recipes. You can serve it with curries, stir-fries, in soups & even nori-rolls.  We love to vary ours with some colour by adding some chopped broccoli or…

Caramel Choc Nut Clusters


Loving Earth Chocolate is our choice of chocolate for special occasions.  These simple treats are easy to make, but very impressive.  A great xmas treat or gift idea.

Almond Macaroons

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Pinky was looking for a recipe to use up her egg whites today and I was able to share this one with her. This is a favourite recipe that Z likes to make when her cousins and friends come to visit . Pinky sandwiched hers…

Farmer’s Best Bolognaise


It’s hard to believe, but I have 50% Italian ancestry and I never ate Bolognaise as a child! My Mum and my Nan made spaghetti sauce using finely diced steak as opposed to mince. That is what we ate with our spaghetti. The recipe…

Real Food Cherry Ripe


Farmer invented the Real Food Bounty Bar so it was only fair I needed to come up with a different variety. I loved cherry ripe growing up so decided to use my last batch of Loving Earth sour cherries to create a cherry ripe….

Real Food Bounty Bars


I don’t eat refined sugar….but if I had to say what “was” my favourite all time chocolate bar, without hesitation it ‘was’ a Bounty bar! I have always been a lover of anything coconut, but not mad about large amounts of chocolate. For me…

Apple & Cinnamon Tea Cakes


There is nothing quite like a “tea cake” to conjure up a picture of ladies in floral dresses sipping tea from bone china cups with a slice of apple tea cake on the side!  This is another variation of our Raspberry Vanilla Patty Cakes….

Chicken Nuggets


These nuggets are a sure winner with the kids and are perfect for lunches at home or at school as they are equally delicious cold.  This recipe can be made as a ‘nut free’ option using brown rice flour instead of arrowroot and almond…

Lamb Stew

Lamb Stew

Originally inspired by a recipe of Jude Blureau’s this lamb stew is often a weekly staple in our households and in fact was a big part of our transition to Royal Breakfasts.  It is easy to prepare and have in the fridge for a quick reheat on…

Orange Cremsicles


When Autumn is here, oranges are in abundance. Our organic food coop bags are often chocked with more oranges than we can eat & Farmer has them drooping from her trees.  Instead of drinking the juice we like to use them in a recipe combined…