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Pesto Pizza Scrolls

Pesto Pizza Scrolls

Delicious and Nourishing Pesto Pizza Scrolls. A simple two ingredient dough recipe, high in fibre to keep little digestive systems running smoothly! Get creative with your toppings and enjoy as a savoury or sweet option. This one will be a sure hit with kids, young and old.

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Nourishing Veggie Muffins

Nourishing Veggie Muffins

Makes 12                 Ingredients 1 cup spelt wholemeal flour ½ cup quinoa flakes 1 tsp baking powder 3 eggs, lightly beaten 1 x 300g bag defrosted Nourishing Bubs Pumpkin or Nourishing Bubs Sweet Potato blocks (alternatively use 1 cup pumpkin or sweet potato mash) ¼ cup olive oil ½ cup parmesan cheese 1 tsp thyme 1 1/2 cups tightly packed spinach, finely shredded (optional) ½ red onion diced 1 tbsp olive oil   Method Preheat oven to 180°C. Line muffin tray with muffin liners. Combine all dry ingredients. Place 1 tbsp olive oil and...

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Pear, Date and Walnut Loaf served with Spiced Ricotta

Pear, Date and Walnut Loaf served with Spiced Ricotta

  Makes: 1 loaf, 10 slices INGREDIENTS 2 cups quinoa flakes ½ cup almond meal ½ cup LSA (can substitute for an additional ½ cup almond meal) 2 tsp cinnamon ½ cup walnuts (optional), chopped + additional for topping 6 medjool dates, finely chopped (or ½ dried fruit of your choice) 1 x 300g bag Nourishing Bubs Pear & Plum Puree blocks 2 tsp baking powder ¼ cup maple syrup 2 eggs, lightly beaten 1 tsp vanilla Poached pears to decorate (optional)   METHOD 1. Preheat oven to 160°C. Grease and line a standard loaf tin with baking paper. 2. Combine...

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Blueberry Doughnut / Muffins with Coconut Maple Syrup Glaze

Blueberry Doughnut / Muffins with Coconut Maple Syrup Glaze

Delicious dairy and free blueberry doughnuts, without refined sugar, making them the perfect addition to the school lunch box!

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Our Nourishing Anzac Cookies

Our Nourishing Anzac Cookies

 ANZAC cookies are traditionally associated with the Australia and New Zealand Army Corps established in World War I. The ingredients in the traditional recipe were used because they wouldn’t spoil and the cookies could last the long journey via naval transport. Wives and women’s groups would send the biscuits to the officers as a sweet treat during wartime. The biscuits were also often sold at fetes and public events to raise money for military effort.

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