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Smoky Roasted Chickpeas

Smokey Roasted Chickpeas

If you haven’t tried roasted chickpeas, then you seriously need to get on this train! A super yummy and crunchy snack to beat those 3pm cravings.

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Asian Beef Salad

Asian Beef Salad

This Asian beef salad is light enough to have for lunch and hearty enough to have for dinner. Whether you are going for a satay feel with the peanuts or using cashews this is a delicious dish all around. Plus the dressing isn’t full of sugar which is a win.

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Leftover Turkey + Stuffing Salad

Leftover Turkey + Stuffing Salad

Unless you are feeding a host of people, a whole roast turkey can be pretty difficult to eat in one sitting. Enter this salad which is perfect for using up the leftovers and is super healthy too.

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Spiced Prawn Skewers

Spiced Prawn Skewers

There’s nothing more quintessential than an Aussie prawn dish at a barbecue with friends. Not only are they tasty, but they’re paced with protein and super nutritious. Pair them with fresh mango and smoky paprika for a deliciously light and filling lunch.

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Spicy Mexican Bowl

Spicy Mexican Bowl

This delicious and simple bowl can be whipped up in 10 minutes or less. Such a simple, nourishing dish, with all the robust flavours of Mexicana. Save yourself a heap of time an effort by using up that tin of beans in the cupboard too. Double win!

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10 Minute Healthy Pitta Pizza

10 Minute Healthy Pitta Pizza

Everybody loves a good pizza, but let’s be honest they aren’t always the healthiest option. By swapping out your traditional pizza base with pitta bread and greek yoghurt for cheese, this pitta pizza will satisfy all of your pizza cravings without all of the unwanted extras. Best of all, this recipe takes 10 minutes.

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Raw Cashew Pesto Linguini with Nut Crumble

This easy recipe is made from all-raw ingredients, which means no hanging around for the damn thing to cook. No need to boil pasta – zucchini makes an amazing low-carb substitute. These green squashes comprise mostly of water, making them a great low-calorie option if that’s your bag. They also help to keep you hydrated – perfect during the summer months when salad seems like the only option!

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Chocolate Chip Tigernut Cookies

Tigernut Chocolate Chip Cookies

Tigernuts are not actually nuts – deceptive little things. They are however, just as delicious, and their flour makes crumbly, delicious cookies that you won’t be able to leave alone. Consider this your warning, tiger.

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Red Velvet Brekkie Bowl

Red Velvet Brekkie Bowl

Just when you thought smoothie-bowls were so 2016, you get hit with this bowl-o-rama that tastes like cupcakes. Not just any cupcake, RED VELVET ones. Uh huh. It’s packed with protein for muscle recovery, along with beet powder that is said to increase endurance. The cacao (aside from being insanely delicious) is a super source of anti-oxidants and also helps you body to produce happy chemicals. What’s not to love?!

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Christmas Dandy Latte

Christmas Dandy Latte

Dandelion (or just Dandy, if you’re hipster), makes an awesome coffee substitute. It’s roasted so you get that earthy, rich aroma that you get from your usual morning brew, but with the benefit of zero caffeine. I’m quite sure around xmas time I get enough caffeine through chocolate. It’s also a bit hard-hitting on your adrenals, so I like to moderate my intake at times of higher stress. Dandy is the perfect option. It’s great for detoxification of your liver – which is also helpful at Christmas if you’re prone to a drink or six – and also helps promote healthy digestion.

Light the fire and cuddle up with a cup of this and a daggy film. Santa will soon be here!

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