This quirky take on the classic Mint Slice flavour pairing is a blend of green goodness like spinach, avocado and mint, with cacao nibs for a chocolate crunch.
Naturally sweet and creamy, this almond-macadamia milk lifts breakfast cereals to new heights.
These cute and tropical-tasting little balls are perfect for a nourishing snack or light dessert.
Textured, colourful and full of flavour, this Indian-inspired meal-in-a-bowl is served with a punchy coriander-mint salsa and creamy coconut yoghurt.
Japanese cuisine is know for its clean flavours, and this light dish is case-in-point. Protein from the tofu, edamame beans and soba noodles, which are made from buckwheat flour, will make sure you stay full for hours.
Eating anything this green and you know must be doing you good! Serve these spinach and quinoa meatballs with zucchini noodles and a tomato sauce to make a detox-friendly pasta-and-meatball dish.
Fish, greens and grains are a tried-and-tested formula for health. This version is bound together with a creamy tahini sauce.
This detox version of a summer staple uses raw vegetable noodles (and kelp noodles if you have access to them) in place of traditional white rice noodles. The beloved peanut sauce and handfuls of herbs keep it true to Pad Thai form.
When you need a salad to sort you out after festive season indulging, this is it. Packed with raw vegetables, crunchy nuts and seeds and served with a wholesome, lemony, nut butter dressing.
Didn't think you'd be eating chocolate treats on your detox? Think again.
This smoothie bowl is deliciously beautiful for breakfast. And, it’s fresh and sugar free. The borage flowers and leaves add the freshness of cucumber to the bowl.
Our wake-up and go version of granola is chunky with clusters and power-packed with grains, nuts, seeds and antioxidant-rich superfoods.
Hailing from Hawaii via Japan, poké champions fresh raw fish finished with tasty toppings, seasonings and extras.
This rice dish calls for firm tofu and creamy spinach. The kombu adds the perfect earthy touch and is a delicious way to incoporate seaweed into your meal.
This salad is a homage to the forgotten superfoods. The humble underdogs, like the sweet potato, which contains more beta carotene than a carrot, and the cauliflower, which contains plant sterols that help to lower the “bad” cholesterol naturally. These salad ingredients make this dish a late summer/early autumn specialty. Having said that, if there are different vegetables available at the time, get creative and use them! Ideas for winter substitutes include Brussels sprouts or turnips, or a summer salad could include beetroot or eggplant.