Another simple dinner meal for one of those busy work weeks. This one can be made the way you like it (i.e. meat containing, or having no meat – vegetarian). Serves: 4-5 Prep/ Cooking Time: Less than 30 minutes Recipe: Ingredients: 1 brown onion 3-4 cloves garlic 1 tbsp extra virgin olive olive 2 cups…

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Chickpea cookies.. whattt?! Yep that’s right, the main ingredient in these cookies is chickpeas. Packed full of fibre and protein, these cookies are gut-friendly as well as taste-friendly! Makes: 14Prep/Cooking Time: Less than 30 mins Ingredients:1 1/2 cup chickpeas rinsed and drained (1 x 240g tin). 1/3 cup wholemeal SR flour (plus extra if the…

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The perfect balanced breakfast for the warmer months approaching us. This muesli is packed with prebiotic fibre to keep your gut bacteria thriving, as well as the perfect amount of sweetness, too keep your tastebuds happy! Serves: 2Prep/ Cooking Time: Less than 30 minutes Ingredients (makes 8):3 cups rolled oats1/4 cup chopped macadamias1/4 cup chopped…

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A simple & nutritious Mediterranean style meal, loaded with vegetables and colour. This recipe can be made to suit those with different dietary preferences, such as those following a vegetarian diet. Alternatively, this meal makes a great #meatlessmonday option.

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A simple banana bread recipe that will leave your mouth salivating. Combined with the perfect amount of chocolate and banana, this recipe is a win for many households. Tip: When making banana bread the more spotty and brown the bananas are, the better the banana bread: both taste (sweetness) and texture! Have you ever wondered…

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After watching Dietitian Connection’s ‘Thank Goodness For Your Gut Webinar’, we felt inspired to create a “gut-loving” breakfast recipe to share with you all. This recipe contains: – Pre-biotic food sources.– Probiotic food sources.– Fibre. You may be thinking what is the difference between prebiotics & probiotics?. Probiotics are live, active bacteria that can improve…

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