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Chicken Schnitzel doesn't come to mind when you think of healthy dinners as they are normally highly breaded and deep fried but the way I make it is healthier and it really helps in keeping the chicken moist when you cook it. The answer - greek yoghurt! Yes yoghurt and chicken sounds foul (pun intended) but it really works well. I use Chobani fat free plain yoghurt and multigrain bread crumbs which you can buy easily but if you are gluten free you can process gluten free bread or spelt breads an...

Anyone who has tried poke [pronounced poh-kee] can attest, it’s really, really delicious, so the fact it’s becoming Australia’s next favourite thing is certainly exciting as it's fresh and healthy too! 

Originating in Hawaii, a poke bowl is like a cross between sashimi and a healthy salad with a variety of sauces. 

To make the best healthiest poke bowl, I always use only the freshest fish but you can also use tofu or chicken. The flavour comes from using citrus ponzu which you can buy from an...

Breakfast is an extremely important part of the day, especially when you are trying to maintain a healthy weight, or lose weight and keep it off. In fact, there are many more reasons to eat breakfast than there are to skip it. If you want to avoid feeling hungry, deprived and sluggish, and if you want to lose more weight, eating a healthy breakfast will help set you up for the rest of the day. A healthy breakfast also promotes greater heart well-being and cholesterol a new study has found so why...

This salad may just be my new favourite and my friends and family love it! Nothing says Summer like chicken with mango and macadamia nuts. A great combination of healthy fats, protein and carbs that will keep you full and satisfied for lunch or dinner. The big difference with this salad is because you steam the chicken breast rather than poaching it in stock it is even healthier as without the stock there is no added sodium content. You can brush the chicken breast with olive oil and grill or yo...

This creamy rich stroganoff is meat free high in fibre and tastes absolutely delicious! Low in calories and high in nutrition by using brown lentils and vegetables, it's a versatile sauce that can be teamed with rice, pasta or potatoes. 

Ingredients:

500g sliced mushrooms

1 teaspoon cornflour

1 x 375ml can of light evaporated milk

140g reduced salt tomato paste

1 salt reduced vegetable stock cube

1 x 400g can brown lentils drained and rinsed thoroughly

Spelt or wholemeal pasta

1/3 cup flat leaf parsley c...

Some of my clients have been asking me for easy healthy dinner ideas that don't require being much of a cook so here's one that is quick, easy and delicious - oven baked salmon with lemon and parsley. Salmon is one of the most nutritious foods on the planet and has many health benefits largely based on it's omega-3 fatty acid content which is said to improve mood and decrease risk of cardiovascular diseases such as heart attacks and strokes. Widely available and very versatile you can cook it in...

Risotto can take forever to make but with my cheats version you can have a delicious healthy risotto in just 10 minutes flat!

My version is made with brown rice which is a highly nutritious whole grain that is relatively low in calories (216 calories per cup), high in fibre, gluten-free and can be incorporated into a variety of dishes. Brown rice is also a good source of magnesium, phosphorus, selenium, thiamin, niacin and vitamin B6, and an excellent source of manganese, with 88 percent of your...

Winter doesn't have to be a time where you can't eat a healthy and delicious salad. Yes you may crave pasta but believe me, this salad will warn off the winter blues with its depression and stress fighting properties in walnuts, baby spinach and beetroot and will also give you a good dose of protein from the fetta and qunioa will also fill you up.

This salad is my healthy take on a waldorf salad, but the difference is it's very low in calories and has more nutrition. The dressing is an olive oil...

When the weather is getting cooler and salads don't cut it, try this paprika beef casserole. You don't have to slow cook and it's ready in 15 minutes! So grab some steak from the freezer and use the veg you have in your fridge - You can use broccoli, capsicum and potato if you prefer otherwise try my Fodmap friendly, gluten free and healthy version, the whole family will love and it's suitable to freeze for emergency Monday night dinners or lunch leftovers.

Ingredients: serves 4

Olive Oil

250g butt...

Forget the 5pm panic of what's for dinner tonight - As long as you have some staples in the fridge, you can't go wrong with a frittata. This recipe has 5 serves of veggies for the family and if you really can't go without meat, you can add some lean leg ham or cooked chicken. It looks pretty enough that you can serve it for brunch on the weekend with friends and you can whip it up in 10 minutes even if you don't normally cook. As long as you can turn the oven on, it's pretty much as easy as that...

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