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Fisherman’s Eggs Recipe

Fisherman’s Eggs Serves 2 Sardines are an incredibly healthy food with very high levels of Omega-3, higher than salmon or tuna. They also are a great natural source of Vitamin D. This recipe is an easy and tasty way to include them into your diet. It makes a hearty winter breakfast, and you can add […]


Quinoa Muesli Bar Recipe

Nut-Free Quinoa Puff Muesli Bars Makes approx 14 bars With many schools and educational centres for children being nut-free it’s great to have a muesli bar option that you can safely pack into their lunch box, even better when it is home made from wholesome ingredients. Quinoa Puffs are a fun ingredient with a wonderful […]


Paleo Porridge Recipe

Just as comforting as traditional oat porridge, this paleo porridge recipe is even more hearty and satisfying. Add warming spices like cinnamon or nutmeg and dried fruit for flavour. Serves 1 Paleo Porridge Ingredients 1 egg ½ banana ¼ cup ground nuts (you can grind yourself or use almond meal) 2 Tbsp chia seeds 1 […]


Benefits Of Black Cumin Seed Oil

The proclaimed benefits of black cumin seed oil has a 3000 year old history. Found in King Tutankhamun’s tomb, and recommended by Hippocrates and Greek herbalist Dioscorides, it’s also believed that the Islamic prophet Muhammad said of Black Seed Oil that it is “a remedy for all diseases except death”. Black Cumin Seed Oil (also […]


Gluten Free Hot Cross Buns

These Gluten Free Hot Cross Buns are soft and fluffy, so close to the real thing you could fool your gluten eating friends! If you’re new to gluten free baking, don’t be alarmed that your mixture looks nothing like bread dough, it should be like a very thick batter that won’t require kneading. It will bake […]


Gluten Free Ginger Loaf Recipe With Molasses

This gluten free ginger loaf recipe was inspired by a wonderful recipe my Mother used to make. It’s wonderfully moist with the warm flavour of ginger and rich molasses. A grain and gluten free ginger loaf this tastes perfect slathered with our wonderful New Zealand butter. Enjoy! Gluten Free Ginger Loaf Ingredients 75g butter 4 […]


Polenta Chip Recipe

Polenta Chips (or Pom Poms) This is a fun way to eat Polenta, a traditional Italian food derived from corn. Cooking in broth adds flavour and nutrients and plenty of butter is a must! Serves 6-8 1 cup quick cooking polenta 4 cups stock or broth 2 sprigs fresh rosemary 2 Tbsp butter salt to […]


Jaffa Paleo Cupcakes

Jaffa Paleo Cupcake Makes 4 (multiply recipe as needed) 1 cup almond flour ¼ cup tapioca flour 1 Tbsp coconut flour pinch of salt 1 tsp gluten free baking powder zest of 1 orange 1 Tbsp honey 1 tsp vanilla 1 tsp of orange juice 2 eggs 1 Tbsp coconut oil or butter (melted)


Raw Chocolate Recipe

Making your own raw chocolate is not only incredibly easy, but you get the benefits of the amazing antioxidants in raw cacao, and you can choose the type of sweetener and quantity that is right for you. Raw Chocolate Recipe, makes approx 20 small chocolates Ingredients 100g Cacao butter 5 Tbsp Cacao powder Sweetener to taste […]


Thai Beef Salad Recipe

Serves 2 as a meal, 4 as a side dish A great recipe when entertaining as you can prepare ahead of time. The flavours are fresh and intense and spicy. Delicious! Marinade 2 cloves garlic – crushed(omit for low F.O.D.M.A.P) 1 Tbsp oil 3 Tbsp Coconut Aminos ½ a chilli – finely chopped

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Paleo Breakfast Tart

Cereal, yoghurt and fruit is a pretty standard breakfast, but a few small changes with the arrangement turn this run-of-the-mill breakfast into a dessert worthy treat!   ¾ Cup Paleo Breakfast cereal – I used Forage & Graze Berry Good Granola Approx 3 Tbsp Coconut Oil 400mL Coconut Yoghurt (see recipe & ingredients below) 3 […]


Dairy Free Chocolate Nut Milk

The country has gone crazy for chocolate milk, but for those with tummies that don’t like dairy or too much sugar here’s a version that hits the spot! The rich flavours come from real raw organic cacao powder and the mesquite powder adds sweetness and a slight malty caramel flavour. These two natural foods add […]

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What Is The Paleo Diet?

Homo Sapiens, yes that’s you, have been around a long time. Millions of years in fact, but up until only about 10,000 years ago we were still running around with spears, hunting and foraging for our food. We’ve come along way in the last 10,000 years, and it’s not all good. We’ve changed how we […]


Paleo Anzac Biscuits

Who doesn’t love a good anzac biscuit? This paleo Anzac biscuit is minus the oats, but is still choc full of texture and flavour with the coconut nectar given them the lovely caramel taste. Refined sugar free and only 2 grams of sugar per biscuit! Ingredients ¾ Cup Almond Meal/Flour ½ Cup Tapioca Flou 2 […]