• basket of fruits and vegetables

    Getting the most out of your fresh fruit and vegies

    • May 11, 2020
    • by Anne Finch

    Staying home more means fewer trips to the shops. This means buying more, less often and making it last longer. This is all fine and dandy for tins, and even freezable foods like meat and dairy – but how do you stretch your fresh produce out so it lasts more than a few days? It’s all about planning, and getting to know your produce…

  • Homemade hot cross buns

    Make your own: hot cross buns

    • Apr 09, 2020
    • by Gael Myers

    Nothing says Easter quite like biting down into a warm and spicy hot cross bun. What’s even better? Tucking into a homemade bun still hot from the oven!

  • strawberry hearts

    5 flirty foods for Valentine's day

    • Feb 12, 2020
    • by Anne Finch

    Will you be sipping on bubbles and slipping down oysters to get in the mood this Valentine’s day? I'm going to let you in on some good news and some bad news...

  • choc chia

    How to host a healthy morning tea

    • Jun 04, 2019
    • by Clare O'Shea

    Morning and afternoon teas offer a great opportunity for us to add colour and variety to our daily intake. If you've got one coming up why not try out our healthy tweaks and recipe suggestions? These will not only leave your guests feeling satisfied but have them avoiding that all too familiar post-morning tea slump.

  • mother and son

    Tips for the best Mother's Day yet!

    • May 11, 2018
    • by Clare O'Shea

    This year show her how much she means to you with our thoughtful gifts and healthy, delicious meal ideas.

  • Healthy morning tea

    Nourishing morning teas

    • Mar 27, 2018
    • by Clare O'Shea

    Morning and afternoon teas provide a wonderful mix of great company, tasty snacks and tea, but it’s very easy to accidentally have nothing but cake and muffins for lunch. Fortunately there are healthier ways to enjoy morning or afternoon tea!

  • father and kid cooking

    Kids in the kitchen

    • Jul 03, 2017
    • by Steve Pratt

    Research shows that when kids are involved with food (from gardening, to choosing, shopping, cooking… and cleaning up!) they eat healthier. So if you want to ALL eat healthier at home (and teach your kids some lifelong skills and healthy habits) check out our top tips for getting the kids involved.

  • Creamy cauliflower soup

    Winter warmers

    • May 29, 2017
    • by Anne Finch

    When I think about wintery foods, I think about creamy soups, gooey pastas and rich gravies. Think those are off the menu at a dietitian’s house? Think again! I’ll share my top tips for creating that indulgent, comforting taste, without adding buckets of cream, cheese or salt.

  • A teaspoon holding 3 sugar cubes

    Not so sweet on the sweet stuff

    • Oct 29, 2015
    • by Anne Finch

    Sugar sure is having its time in the spotlight. What’s the big deal? And what does it mean for you?

  • A shopping basket filled with vegies

    Love food but hate waste? Read on.

    • Oct 15, 2015
    • by Jenny Atkins

    My life is about food! Food provides nourishment and plays a part in entertaining, celebrations and most, if not all, activities with family and friends.