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RECIPE | Strawberry Bliss Balls

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Life on the go made blissful; these Strawberry Bliss Balls are so easy to make and way too easy to munch on! Ideal for the lunchbox or as an after-gym pickmeup.

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Recipe developed by Sarah deNardi

Notes

You can make these balls with oven-dried strawberries which have a more intense flavour and a slightly chewy texture
Try one of the other nut butters like pistachio or almond as a fresh change from peanut butter

 

Warm strawberry salad

RECIPE | Warm Strawberry Salad with Grains, Greens & Beetroot

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Bring your salad into the next level with this delicious blend of succulent strawberries, warm shredded chicken and grains.  Even the fussiest salad-avoider will love this one, we promise!

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Recipe developed by Sarah DeNardi

Notes

*Any combination of beans, lentils, grains, pulses and wild rices works well in this salad – for a super quick version use a couple of ready-to-heat sachets of quinoa, wild rice and chia seeds from your local supermarket

Hazelnuts and walnuts are a great switch-out for almonds & pine nuts

For a tangy twist on the dressing, replace the lemon juice with passionfruit juice

Strawberry Sunshine Mess Dessert

RECIPE | Sunshine Mess

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Surprise your family with this store cupboard sensation dessert – chuck together a few essential ingredients and instantly have a dessert worthy of five stars.

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Recipe developed by Jane Richter

RECIPE | Simple Strawberry Syrup

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This silky syrup is perfect to make when strawberries are plentiful & great value. Store in the fridge or add a bow and gift to loved ones. Use it on everything from morning yoghurt to evening cocktails – so versatile.

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Recipe developed by Sarah deNardi

Notes

  • Store refrigerated and use within 7 days
  • Eat with everything from pancakes to crumpets to ice cream or even make your own cocktails!
  • To sterilise a glass jar, wash it in hot soapy water, rinse well and then place in a pre-heated 120 degrees C oven for about 10 minutes
  • Sterilise the lid in boiling water just before applying it to the clean, syrup filled jar

Recipe developed by Sarah deNardi