Author: reemasaabnaturopathy

Halawa is a classic, elegant simple middle eastern dessert with 4 simple ingredients Traditionally served with bread but for my gluten free sugar free household I’ve adjusted for a low carb recipe. Making this loved dessert healthy & equally delicious. Ingredients: 100g Pistachios 1 teaspoon of rosewater 5 tablespoons of hulled tahini 3 tablespoons of Read More

This recipe is one of my all time Faves. I know I’ve made something loved when I put in the fridge at 10pm & wake up the next morning to the plate pictured in the centre. If it’s loved by my family this much, It’s being shared in the hopes so that maybe other families Read More

This beauty was inspired by an old lemon vegan cheesecake recipe I made but needed something more portable to suit busy weeks. It was quick to make, easy to store and a nourishing work snack. As an option you can add collagen powder to this blend to add some extra protein. Ingredients: 1 tablespoon of Read More

The combination of hazelnuts and chocolate has always been a culinary staple. Once discovered, the human race could never turn back. It’s been the source of joy, sharing, celebration, romance & connection ever since. Here is my simple take in 6 ingredients. Ingredients: Makes roughly 15 balls 6 Dates 3/4 cup Roasted Hazelnuts 2 Tablespoons Read More

In the name of progress this recipe is inspired by My Dad’s favourite chocolatey junk food, this recipe was my attempt to help Dad enjoy his flavour favourite treats in healthier styles & see how treats can be delicious AND nourishing to his physiology at the same time. Ingredients: 6 Dates 1 Tsp coconut oil Read More

Hi Legends, I made this smoothie/sorbet every morning for 7 days while my immune system worked it’s way through a challenge. I felt it soothed my throat and cough and helped reduce my brain fog (note: this doesn’t represent medical advice & is not a medical claim, just a personal experience/commentary). Having a fever in Read More

In the spirit of recently experimenting with making my own Gluten free Sourdough during this chilly Sydney Winter, it was only fitting to include some nourishing berry Jam in the mix. This recipe is quick and simple. Ingredients 2 teaspoons lemon juice 6 tablespoons of chia seeds 1 cup of frozen mixed berries 3 teaspoons Read More

This recipe You will need: To make the sponge (Phase 1) 1 egg whisked 1.5 cups of cups of almond meal mixed with 1/2 cup arrowroot flour 1 teaspoon of vanilla 3 tablespoons of xylitol 1 teaspoon of baking powder 1/4 cup nut milk of your choice Cake pan with edges OR bread pan (see Read More

This Vietnamese Chicken Pho is nourishing, warming & full of culinary therapeutics! As well as adding the vibrant flavour dimension that characterizes the traditional Vietnamese Pho, The operational side of the culinary spices (like star anise, cinnamon, fennel etc) are potent herbal medicine digestive carminatives (calming & soothing to the gut), & support healthy metabolism. Read More

Inspired by Vanessa, my soccer team mate – who asked me last week after our game: ‘do you have a recipe for pumpkin brownies?’ Instantly I started salivating. ‘I don’t, but that sounds interesting! Leave it with me.’ I’d never heard of adding pumpkin to brownies before, but once the seed of curiosity is planted Read More

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