Joe Wicks’ Oat Muffins Take 2

There must be something about this recipe that calls to me when things in life are getting stressful! I followed this recipe last semester just before exams, along with a little blog about self help, eating well and positivity- you can read that here! Once again, I am having another go at these sweet treats,…

Taking a Break From Blogging, Anxiety and Other Stuff!

This isn’t a normal foodie post, mainly because I have been suffering from a touch of writers block. Due to some recent changes, I have been feeling incredibly overwhelmed lately, and not taking enjoyment from things I am normally so passionate about- cooking for example. Instead of forcing myself to get writing, I have decided…

Day 3: Salmon, Potato Salad and Homemade Dressing

Making your own salad dressing is super simple, and cuts out a lot of the added sugar that shop-bought dressing include. I made mine with 4 simple ingredients: garlic, lemon, parsley and oil- plus a little salt and pepper to taste. I minced the garlic and added this to the oil, to which I then…

Day 2: Roasted Greens, Brown Rice and Feta, with Balsamic Glaze

Today’s lunch was tasty, and after a busy morning, I was looking forward to getting a nice helping of carbs- roasted greens, brown rice and feta, with a balsamic glaze. If, once again, you are looking to add meat, or fancy some different ideas, click here… Meal Tips I chose to eat todays lunch cold,…

Meal Prep Day 1- Salmon, Brown Rice and Veggies

Salmon is an oily fish, high in omega 3 and also a great source of protein. Not only this, but it is a great option for meal prep as it tastes delicious hot and cold, and can keep in your fridge for up to 3 days once cooked, if sealed and stored properly. If you…

No Meat Monday-Friday Meal Prep

There’s nothing worse than going to school, or uni, or work, and eating the same boring packed meals over and over again. Or, due to saving time, or lack of planning, grabbing something to eat from a cafe or supermarket. On average in Australia, a salad/sandwich meal combo at lunch can cost up to $10,…

Spring Leek and Pea Veggie Risotto Recipe

It is quite often that when I write my food blogs, it is actually the first time I have ever cooked the dish. So, I have to admit, this recipe is no different. Prior to making this, I had never made a risotto from scratch on my own before. I have eaten a lot of…

Spicy Sausage Pasta Recipe

So… yesterday I tried something a little new. Instead of writing out a blog, I recorded some short videos and posted the content to my Instagram story. Sadly, I have no photos of the different stages, but check out my instagram story highlights to see a step by step guide! (@gffoodobcecd) Instead, I am going…

A Travelling Foodie- Saving Money and Eating Well

Travelling is by no means a cheap experience, but there are many things you can do to stick to a budget, whilst having fun and eating well. I would love to share some tips and tricks I found on my recent travels. Travelling is incredibly different depending on your destination, so travelling in Bali, exploring…