Take a look at our selection of delicious and healthy recipes.
Make now and freeze for Christmas, then defrost a few hours before required. Keep leftovers in the fridge in hot, humid weather.
My Baked Fruit Salad Cheesecake has quite a following and it’s so quick and easy to make. This is the 2019 version with updated ingredients.
Macadamia nuts add a great taste to this recipe and provide lots of mono and polyunsaturated saturated fat that is needed for a healthy heart.
This Mango Mousse is the perfect dessert or afternoon snack on warm summer days, with just 145 calories and 1.0g of fat per serve. You’re welcome 🙂
Traditionally Mongolian Lamb is high in fat and sodium. My recipe is super easy to make and to serve 2, just halve the ingredients.
Everything old is new again. Corn Fritters have become trendy again in all the good cafes. They make a great alternative to cereal or toast for breakfast.
A deliciously healthy recipe that’s big on flavour but low in saturated fat and kilojoules making it suitable for people on a healthy eating plan.
The perfect hot climate alternative to a traditional Christmas pudding.
This Tropical Christmas Cake is best eaten fresh. If cooking ahead for Christmas, freeze until a few hours before required then defrost at room temperature.
A traditional Asian Salad is dressed with oil and sugar, my dressing is significantly lower in fat and calories. I’ve also used moderate portions of nuts and noodles to make this salad a much healthier version.