Hello all

I’ve really made the most of this Easter weekend and countered all that chocolate with healthy home meals and delicious breakfast smoothies.

The smoothie this morning was especially delish so here’s the recipe.

1/4 large fresh pineapple
1/2 paw paw flesh
1 ripe banana
1 cup of water

Garnish with:
Cucumber and strawberry

Serves 3


Easy peasy and packed full of goodness.


Sovanny x

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Good morning all

I’m absolutely loving our extra long weekend here in Melbourne. It’s going to be a stinker today so we’ve decided to make the most of it at the beach. Kicking off with breakfast, I made a gorgeous green smoothie for the family. It was so good my almost 2 year old kept asking for a top up. Now that’s what you want.

The ingredients
2 frozen bananas (not frozen is good to)
4 ripe peaches
2 handfuls of spinach leaves
1 small cucumber
1/2 cup water

1. Place all ingredients except cucumber and grapes in the blender
2. Pulse a few times
3. Blend until smooth
4. Pour and top with grapes and chopped cucumber

Serves 4.

Have a great day all.

Sovanny x

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Hello gorgeous

I made these delish raw cakes the other day using my left over raw chocolate mousse (recipe here). Worked a treat so thought I’d share it with you.

Chocolate mousse recipe here
3 passion fruit pulps (canned pulp works well too)

For the crust
1 cup roughly chopped walnuts
1/2 cup pumpkin seeds
1/2 cup sunflower seeds
Handful of cranberries (dates are a great substitute)
1/2 cup agave nectar
1 tbsp raw coconut oil

The simple instructions
Place all the ingredients for the crust  mixture in a bowl and mix thoroughly
2) Spoon the chocolate mousse into tupperware molds (found here), ensuring its only 3 quarters of the way full


3) Spoon in the crust mixture of the mousse ensuring you leave some room at the rim
4) Leave to set in the refrigerator for a 3-4 hours


5) Turn the molds upside down and gently push the cake out of the molds and top with passion fruit pulp.


So so so so good! Again, you would’nt know the main ingredient was avocado.

Serves 4-5

Thanks for reading my loves.

Sovanny x

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Hello all

Over the weekend, I made these super easy patties for my daughter and husband. As a vegetarian, I didn’t get to personally taste them, however I was told they were delicious!

So what’s in them?

400g of chicken mince
1 x medium sized zucchini
2 x eggs
1 x cup quinoa flakes
Pepper & cumin to season
Olive oil

The simple instructions

1. Wash and cut the ends off the zucchini, then begin to grate and place in a bowl


2. Add the chicken mince in with the grated zucchini and begin kneading the mixture with your hands. Beat the eggs and then add it to the mixture together with a sprinkle of pepper and cumin, then fold the mixture together using a fork


3. Place a tablespoon of the mixture into your hands, roll it into a ball, then flatten into medallion shaped patties, dip it into the quinoa flakes, then set aside. Repeat until mixture is finished


4. Place a pan
on high heat and add in a dash of olive oil


5. Add in the patties and then turn the heat on low. When the flakes are golden brown, flip it over to cook evenly on both sides. On low heat, the patties should stay on the pan for approximately 10 minutes on each side


6. Leave to cool and serve warm


I made 10 patties by using only half the mixture so depending on the size of your patties, you should be able to make approximately 20 patties.

And there you go. Until next time…thanks for reading xx


Easy Sweet Corn Soup

Hello lovelies

I make this soup almost weekly. It’s a delicious winter warmer and takes me approximately 15 minutes to whip up.

So whats in it?
2 x 400g tins of sweet corn kernals
2 x 400g tins of creamed corn
3 eggs (separate the egg whites)
1 level tablespoon of powdered vegetables stock (chicken stock is fine)
1.75 litres of boiled water
2 cloves of garlic
1 tablespoon of olive oil
1 level tablespoon of tamari (soy sauce is fine)
Pepper to taste
Fresh parsley to garnish

The simple instructions
1. Boil your water in a kettle
2. While the water is boiling, finely chop up the garlic
3. Heat up the pot, add in olive oil and toss in the garlic. Lightly stir until brown and then add in your boiled water
4. Add in your stock, soy sauce and corn in the pot. Stir gently until ingredients are thoroughly mixed together.
5. Turn down to medium heat and cover the pot with a lid and leave for 5 minutes.
6. Uncover the pot and whisk in your egg whites.
7. Scramble the egg yolks and add that in to the soup mixture. You will notice your soup begin to thicken
8. Add pepper to taste and cover for another 5 minutes.

Serve warm with some chopped up fresh parsley and enjoy.

That’s it. So simple and makes the perfect lazy dinner recipe.

Thanks and enjoy. Until next time.



Hello gorgeous readers

I am sure many of you can relate when I tell you that the eating habits of my little one is forever changing. Now at 14.5 months old, this has resulted in providing her with strictly healthy food to try lets try every thing mummy eats. Sound familiar?

Although I try to eat healthy all the time, let’s just say not all of what I eat is green and glorious. On my days off work we either head out to a nearby cafe and eat something off the menu which is fun or I whip up something fresh at home with whatever is in the fridge.

Since finger food is easy for her to eat independently I decided that for Friday, fritters it was and that way I can eat some too.

So whats in them?
2 eggs
Half small organic zucchini
Half small sweet potato
Half cup of grated cheddar cheese
1 cup of wholemeal flour
1 tablespoon of Rice bran oil
Pinch of pepper
Pinch of cumin

The Simple Instructions
1. Crack 2 eggs in a bowl and wisk until thoroughly beaten.


2. Grate in the same bowl your sweet potato and zucchini.

3. Add in cheese, flour, pepper and cumin and then mix all ingredients thoroughly together.


4. Heat up a non stick pan with some rice bran oil on high heat.

5. Using a tablespoon, scoop the mix and tranfer it to the pan.


6. Let the fritters sit until golden brown then turn down the heat to low and flip the fritters so it cooks on the other side.


7. Once they are golden brown transfer the fritters to a paper towel prepared plate to soak up the oil


8. Serve warm.


The mixture will make betwen 15-20 fritters.

I am proud to say my little on loved it. Hubby would have liked some more seasoning which is easily done.

Enjoy and I hope this dish is as much of a big  hit for your bubba as it was forine.

Thanks for reading this post and enjoy the rest of your weekend.