Delicious Healthy Hot Chocolate Recipe

Christmas is coming... which means lots of delectable choccy recipes are also coming to this blog. Check out my favourite hot chocolate recipe (for a late night treat) below - only around 100-150 calories depending on what you use... Christmas is the time to indulge in all your favourites, but there are healthy substitutes for every dessert,... Continue Reading →

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High Protein, High Fibre, Summer Smoothie Bowl for Energy

Before we start, here's the breakdown:  Calories: 219 (335 with 1 tbsp peanut butter topping)  Protein: 26g Fat: 5g | Fiber: 14g | Carbs: 23g Prep time: 5 mins  Now that summer's approaching here in Australia, a smoothie bowl is the perfect refreshing breakfast or lunch.  I have curated the perfect recipe using healthy ingredients for... Continue Reading →

Falling in Love with Poke Bowls

For those who don't know, Poke (pronounced "poh-kay") is a native Hawaiian dish of diced raw fish, usually in some sort of marinade. For some, raw fish alone probably doesn't seem appetising, but when whipped up in a salad-style bowl with an assortment of other flavours - trust me it's to die for. Raw fish... Continue Reading →

Can you believe it? Healthy Cinnabon Rolls

Okay, so I think we all know Cinnabon's aren't the definition of health. But, I wanted to devise a recipe which was just as yummy, but didn't use up half my daily caloric intake (the average store-bought cinnabon has 880 calories). When my cinnabon craving first hit, I was scrolling through recipes that took about 3 hours... Continue Reading →

Pancakes: Breakfast with me!

Hands down my favourite breakfast is pancakes (scrambled eggs & avo on toast comes pretty close). There's nothing better than soft, fluffy pancakes, complemented by a tower of delicious toppings to start the day. This morning I woke up with a burning desire for pancakes, and I was lucky enough to have all the ingredients... Continue Reading →

Somehow I managed to sew my own dress

I think it's important to note my only previous sewing experience was in year 8 design & tech class: sewing a cotton, five-pointed star onto a piece of linen... two girls sewed through their fingers that semester so my real experience was one of hesitation and unease. Yesterday I sewed my own dress. The first... Continue Reading →

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