We all love a healthy recipe and we all need new inspiration from time to time. This delicious healthy recipe from one of our favourite go-to sites, Changing Habits is perfect for a healthy lunch or snack.Read More
Yes, we know it’s getting colder and the Winter months are not too far away but now is the time dust of the gum boots and explore nature when it’s at it’s greenest. It’s time to play outside, and we are not just talking about the kids. With the latest app and many streaming devices to choose from, it’s easy to stay inside and cosy up on the couch, and while we all need the downtime, we need to remember to play outside this Winter. For us as adults, and for our kids so switch off this Winter, literally. Go outside. Explore. Play. We found this blog feature from Harvard, which details 6 reasons why our kids should play outside, which include Sunshine, Exercise, Executive Function, learning to take risks, Socialisation and appreciation of nature. Read the full article HERE! With the benefits of playing outside well known, lets look at what and how we can play outside this Winter. Find joy in the little things The little things, we loved them as kids and our kids love them now… and mostly, the little things are easy to do and right outside our front door. What are the ‘little things’? Jumping in puddles with your kids, not watching. Just imagine the joy on their faces when you put your gumboots too and join in, these are memories that they won’t forget. Practise skimming rocks. Waste the day away, listening to the waves, and throwing rocks into the water. Collect Autumn leaves and create a collage Bubbles! Invest in a bubble wand, it’s such simple fun to get outside and jump around to pop bubbles. You can easily make your own mix, just google ‘non-toxic bubble mix’ and find a recipe that suits you. Plant some Winter vegetables, visit Bunnings and ask the kids to pick up some Winter seedlings, a pot and they can plant it and watch them grow. 2. Adventure Walks As we embrace the concept of ‘exploring our own backyard’ there is no better time to go on an adventure. we have so many places to step into nature and be outdoors, here are just a few. Woorabinda Bushland Reserve Loop, Stirling Wirraparinga Trail Loop, Mitcham Blackwood Forest Recreation Park, Blackwood Chookarloo Walk, Kuitpo Forest Fourth Creek Walk, Morialta Conservation Park St Kilda Mangrove Trail (and visit the St Kilda Adventure Playground and make a day of…Read More
As the seasons changes from hot Summer nights to cooler evenings, so does the seasonal produce and there is nothing better than buying fruit and vegetables that are in season. By eating food that is currently in season, not only do you get to enjoy the freshest food that generally tastes better, it’s also often easier on the bank account. What is the Seasonal Produce for Autumn? The Adelaide Farmers Market guide shares what is in season for early Autumn (March/April) and we have listed a few below, but you can click here for a full guide of seasonal fruit and vegetables. Once you have read through the seasonal produce below, be sure to follow us on social media for inspiration of season recipes using the latest seasonal produce. Seasonal Produce for Autumn Autumn Fruits Apples Blackberries Figs Grapes Pears Rhubarb Rockmelons Strawberries Valencia oranges Watermelon Autumn Vegetables Asian greens Beetroot Broccoli Zucchini Pumpkin SpinachRead More
Pasta has long been a quick and easy go-to dish, but sometimes you just want a heavy dish and you’re feeling like something light and fresh. Or, you avoiding (or can’t have) wheat or gluten then this zoodles alternative with garlic, chilli and prawns is an amazing go to and will become a favourite.Read More
This gluten free and dairy free soup, made with nutritious bone broth has us excited for Winter and what comes with it. Delicious hearty meals paired with cosy nights but the fire is what Winter is all about and staying healthy throughout the cooler months is easy when dinner is as tasty as this.
Soup is always popular in Winter and pairing it with the rich nutrients found in bone broth is perfect for keeping you healthy from the inside out.Read More
From healthy lunchbox snacks to home-made crackers for your grazing platter when entertaining, dehydrated crackers are easy to make at home, healthy and you can mix and match ingredients to suit your personal taste.
The ingredients below and all seed, however you could add nuts into the mix to change things up.
Dr. Margie Barry regularly makes these crackers at home using her dehydrator, but you can also use your oven on the low heat as per recipe below which we found for you at Quite Good Food.Read More
When you’re on the go, it’s important to kick start the day with some good quality fuel for your body. Dr. Annika has recently met with naturopath, Patti Worcester and was recommended this green smoothie recipe to keep her going throughout the day.
It’s simple to make with no instructions needed as you just need to place all ingredients into your blender, thermomix, etc and blend all together.Read More
To celebrate Australia Day, we are sharing a delicious healthy lamington recipe by Teresa Cutter from The Healthy Chef (a must-visit website for healthy recipe ideas). Adding raspberries to the inner cake layer is a delicious inclusion plus the recipe is gluten free, dairy free and nut free. It’s a win win win.Read More
We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day as it kick starts our energy levels for the day and sets us up for a healthy day of eating. However, finding a healthy breakfast that you not only love but is also quick and easy for you to enjoy can be the hardest part.Read More
Well it’s officially Spring, when the weather gets warmer and the seasons change, so does the fresh produce available at our local markets. Making it time for delicious Summer fruits and fresh, healthy salads as our taste buds start to shift from wanting hearty Winter dishes to fresh and light Summer flavours.Read More