Kiwi Blackberry Chia Pudding

This guilt-free dessert will super charge your omega 3, and is rich in soluble fibre, giving your gut a helpful boost too. Kiwi is a great source of vitamin K and can help you get a better night’s sleep. “Chia” is the ancient Mayan word for strength, and we think this makes a great post-workout treat!

Sweet Potato Pizza Crusts [Gluten-Free]

All the taste of a great pizza without the gluten! Combining wholesome chickpeas and high-fibre sweet potatoes to create the perfect base for your favorite toppings! (Our favorite: sautéed broccoli and rocket with a spicy tomato sauce! Let your imagination be your guide.)

Baked Potato Wedges

Traditional and delicious, these potato wedges will really hit the spot! Lightly spiced and crispy on the edges, these are a great addition as a lunchtime snack or dinner centerpiece.

Easy Bowl with Peanut Sauce

This quick and easy recipe provides a rich variety of flavour and texture, as well as hint of Chinese flavour with peanut and liquid aminos for an added kick.

Tempeh Buddha Bowl

The Buddha Bowl at its best! Satisfyingly tangy tempeh, on a base of fragrant jasmine rice, surrounded by crunchy freshness with a dash of lime.

Apple Quinoa Breakfast

This sweet-tooth delight will accelerate your get-out-of-bed routine! With a base of quinoa, this breakfast surpasses your traditional breakfast, and even feels a little indulgent with a dollop of almond butter!

Oat Banana Pancakes

Breakfast as it’s meant to be - layered wholesome pancakes, topped with your favorite toppings. The core ingredients of this traditional favorite has been switched up to give you a more healthful start to the day.

Buckwheat Porridge

The power of chia seeds combine forces with buckwheat and the natural sweetness of cinnamon, to give you a great go-to fuel to start your day.

Tofu Scramble

This warming scramble recipe is super-easy and quick to make, with minimal ingredients, and packed with protein and calcium. Enjoy for a light breakfast or as a lunchtime snack.

Coconut Banana Cookies

These bite-sized cookies are made from healthy ingredients like oats, bananas, and pea protein powder.

We love them best warmed up and dipped in coconut or almond milk, but you can also bring them with you as a snack to have throughout the day.

(Macros are per cookie)

Double Chocolate Banana Cookies

Cookies don’t have to be unhealthy.

These double chocolate cookies use bananas to keep them moist and give them a hint of sweetness (the riper the banana, the better!). And the secret ingredient of pea protein powder adds a little boost of protein to help keep you full.

Eat them warm with your favorite plant milk for a treat any time of the day!

Macros are per cookie (1/15th recipe).

Banana Power Cookie

Try these banana vegan power cookies, they’re incredibly easy to make and are full of stellar ingredients.

Tofu Scramble with Potatoes

One of our favorites! Easy, filling, tasty and packed with protein.