recipes

The Changing Habits recipes are made with yummy organic whole foods. These real food recipes are sure to make your gut, mind and body happy. With breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks covered, you will be amazed by the variety.

Changing Habits

 

Since 1998

Cyndi O’Meara is a nutritionist, film maker, bestselling author, speaker and founder of Changing Habits and The Nutrition Academy. Over 40 years ago, Cyndi started out as a nutritionist and went on to become a best selling author of Changing Habits, Changing Lives (now Lab to Table) and she also started Changing Habits, a wholefoods company. 

From Cyndi’s love of teaching, The Nutrition Academy was born. We are a training organisation offering nutrition courses based on the vitalistic philosophy of food and the influence of the environment and lifestyle choices.

Together, The Nutrition Academy and Changing Habits bring you these delicious and healthy recipes which have been created with nutritious real foods.

 

Our Recipes

00Cauliflower Bites with a Blue Cheese Dipping SauceBy Tessa PennickA delicious combination of crunchy cauliflower bites and creamy blue cheese sauce. If you don't have an air-fryer, these can be cooked in the oven on 200 degrees Celsius for 15-20 minutes or until golden & crunchy!
00Probiotic Greek Style YoghurtBy Tessa PennickOur new probiotic blend is ideal for creating beautiful thick yoghurts, including this greek-style yoghurt. Suitable for those who can tolerate dairy. Top with your favourite fruit, or even a touch of maple syrup for sweetness.
00Probiotic Ginger DrinkBy Tessa PennickA delicious bubbly and zesty drink - not only is it refreshing but it's super nutritious and wonderful for boosting gut health!
00Probiotic Coconut YoghurtBy Tessa PennickWant an easy and yummy way to sneak more of our Changing Habits Probiotics into you and your kids diet? Then this recipe is a must to try. You can serve this Probiotic Yoghurt with our muesli, fresh seasonal fruits, on top of pancakes, within chia puddings, panna cottas or smoothies. The yoghurt can sometimes separate throughout the fermenting process, but once it is done just mix it together or even place in a food processor with extra Rapadura sugar, dates and cacao to create a chocolate yoghurt that the kids will love!
00Fermented Probiotic JuiceBy Tessa PennickImplementing homemade ferments into your diet will aid with your digestion, boost your beneficial probiotic, enzyme and vitamin intake.
00Fermented Probiotic Drink with whole fruitBy Tessa PennickConsuming fermented foods is an easy way to ensure you're getting the most nutritional value from your whole foods as it enhances all of their beneficial properties and also increases the nutrient value!
00Immune Boosting SmoothieBy Tessa PennickAll the ingredients used in this juice will boost the immune system! We love adding turmeric to sweet or savoury dishes and even juices as the curcumin component (found in turmeric) is anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial, detoxifying and amazing for digestive health!
00Coffee, date and walnut cakeBy Tessa PennickA delicious combination of flavours, this cake is the perfect snack to satisfy your appetite and sweet cravings!
00Broccoli Crust PizzaBy Tessa PennickThis broccoli crust is a great gluten-free alternative to a regular pizza base with the added bonus of being made from beautiful nutritious ingredients! Add extra like leftover roast vegetables and/or meat to create your favourite toppings!
00Hormone-Loving Chocolate BallsBy Tessa PennickThere is a reason why you crave chocolate around your period, because our hormones are asking for it. The vitamin and mineral make up of cacao and pumpkin seeds make for a perfect snack for any time we feel like we need some balancing. It is mostly due to the magnesium, iron, manganese and calcium content. These protein balls with cacao melts and pumpkin seeds, equals the perfect hormone balancing snack.
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