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Your Christmas Recipe Round-Up

Your Christmas Recipe Round-Up

Laini Oldfield | December 7, 2019

To bring festive delight to your Christmas table this year, feast your eyes on this collection of recipe goodness that won’t leave you needing a Christmas afternoon siesta, or needing to undo those waist buttons!

Christmas Breakfast

Christmas breakfast… The meal of the day that often gets the least thought, right? Take all the hassle out of Christmas morning with these easy and light brekkie recipes.

Christmas Nibbles

Christmas Feast

Yes, it’s possible for your holiday feast to be healthy, whole, yummy and easy.

Christmas Desserts

Christmas Gift Ideas

Thoughtful and creative Christmas gifts? We got you covered.

‘Homemade’: 14 Recipes for Festive Foodie Gifts for your loved ones
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Have a Merry Wholefood Christmas!

Meet Changing Habits + Tips & Recipes to Supercharge Your Health

Meet Changing Habits + Tips & Recipes to Supercharge Your Health

Laini Oldfield | December 2, 2019

I feel a sisterhood with Changing Habits.


Because they truly care about what goes in the products they make – like us.

Australia’s most renowned nutritionist, Cyndi O’Meara steers the ship over there, and she is one inspiration woman!

Always standing up to promote advocacy for the safety of our food supply.

Educating people en-mass around going back to basics with our food.

Challenging the status-quo and food manufacturers.

And now? Offering products that are clean as a whistle, and designed to super-charge our health.

They’re not your run-of-the-mill foods, so take a couple minutes here to discover them for yourself.

Here they are, with some fab tips on how to use them:


Gelatin Powder, Certified Organic


Aside from being the star of many desserts like jelly & marshmallows, Gelatin is a go-to for anyone wanting to work on their gut-health (thanks to the glutamic acid that may help repair the mucosal lining of the stomach).

But it’s not the same as the gelatin you can buy from the supermarket (and even many health food stores). That stuff? All it does is give you lovely set desserts.

Not only is this Gelatin fab for gut health, but it also provides a great amount of protein and amino acids that the body needs to function optimally.

– Helps boost digestion
– Helps boost nutrient assimilation
– Aids liver detoxification
– Promotes hormone balance
– Improves sleep
– Is beneficial to the skin, teeth, nails and hair health.  

It can be used in making gummy jellies, marshmallows… but you can pretty well use it anything!

Sprinkle some in smoothies, on scrambled eggs, across your spag bol for goodness sake!

These recipes for gummy jellies and marshmallows will definitely give a more exciting twist to your gelatin:  

Gut Healing JelliesEasy Marshmallows: Honey Sweetened & All Natural

Peak Performance Blend, Certified Organic


The first time I tried this, I gotta be honest – I was not a fan of the taste. I’m a big woose when it comes to food that’s good for me, but not awesome for my taste buds 😉

But come the third try? I was officially neutral about the taste, and I wanted to keep drinking it every day because it made me feel good!

So stick at it, it’s worth it.

Peak Performance Blend is a fusion of nutrient-dense real foods that provides a natural source of vitamin C, iron, folate and fibre, and it’s fermented wholefood blend also contains prebiotics and probiotics!

1 tablespoon a day provides your body with the essential vitamins and minerals it needs.

It’s super easy – just add it to juice or water and you’re good to go.

Cacao Chips, Certified Organic


Some companies rely on clever marketing, Changing Habits just rely on quality products like these Organic Cacao Chips. Create choc chip muffins, cookies, cakes, slices and more with these beautiful organic 70% chocolate chips with no added nasties! Just real food, the Changing Habits way.

Who doesn’t love chocolate chips?! They make any cake, muffin, biscuit and cookie a real treat. But, finding chocolate chips without soy lecithin, emulsifiers, flavours and vegetable oils isn’t easy. Rest assured, these Organic Cacao Chips are 70% cacao and made using only four real food ingredients.

Cacao Melts, Certified Organic


Anybody in their right mind loves chocolate, right?

But when we grab these guys from the supermarket…

…and you get these nasties in return: empty white processed sugar, artificial flavour, and lecithin.

And we know none of that makes our body sing, right?

On the other hand, grab these Cacao Melts and you bring home 100% organic cacao. That leaves you room to add your own choice of sweetener. You might choose my fave – 100% pure and Organic Maple Syrup.

Changing Habits Organic Cacao Melts contain nutrients like magnesium, iron, and zinc and are easy to cook with – you can make homemade chocolates, drinks, ganache, fruit covered in chocolate, cakes, chocolate chip cookies, icings…the list is endless.

Thinking of where to use these cacao melts? Just to remind you, we have a heap of chocolate recipes where you can add these. Here’s some heavenly goodness:

Healthy Homemade Chocolate Recipe Healthy Homemade Chocolate

All Natural Seaweed Salt

If you’ve done our free 21-Day Challenge, you’ll know that swapping out table salt to a good quality salt like Himalayan / Celtic / Murray River salt is wholefood 101.

You might also know that seaweed is fantastic for your health (and ironically, has iodising properties. It’s a waaay better version of the iodine that’s literally added back in to table salt after all the good stuff has been taken away from it to sell to industry.)

Changing Habits Seaweed salt is basically a Himalayan salt mixed with organic dulse (seaweed) powder. It’s a land-based and hand-mined salt straight from the source with no refining and no bleaching or anti-caking agents added. It contains 84 minerals and trace elements that are highly beneficial for the body, including magnesium, calcium, copper, potassium and iron.

Unlike normal sea salt, Himalayan Salt is uncontaminated by environmental factors. Better still, Himalayan Salt is renowned for its consistent composition and purity. The composition of the salt is tested regularly and has been shown to consistently contain all the major components of the known 84 mineral and trace elements of Himalayan Crystal Salt.

Organic dulse is a sea vegetable – a natural medicine treasure chest laden with micronutrients and healthy goodness – Dulse contains Vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B6, B12, C, and E as well as iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium, chromium, zinc and all the trace elements required by the human body.

Iodine is important for essential hormone development in the human body.

Learn more about Changing Habits Seaweed Salt here.

This Seaweed Salt can replace all other salt products. You can use it as a table salt and sprinkle on porridge, salads, vegetables and other meals, or use in cooking.

Here’s some recipes to tease your “salt palate”:

Salted Caramel Bliss Ball Recipe Gluten-Free Cauliflower Paleo Pizza Base
Cauliflower Protein Paleo Pizza Base
Olive Oil, Fennel Seed And Spelt Crackers Protein-Packed Greek Lentil Salad
Olive Oil CrackersGreek Lentil Salad
Thermomix Dairy-Free Spreadable Butter (Without the Nasties!)
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Natural Probiotics, Certified Organic


Note: If you’re taking the Peak Performance Blend, you don’t need to double-up on this one.

At Changing Habits, they believe that you truly are what you eat. That’s why their Probiotics are never made in a lab, but the way nature intended, with the best organic real food ingredients. Nothing else is added – it’s just real food made from real ingredients sourced from real places. For your optimal health.

Through extensive research, it was discovered that many of the probiotics available on the market are made in Petri dishes, genetically modified and with no prebiotics — the actual food that the probiotic lives on and eats. To top it off, most were packaged in capsule form, some of which can contain artificial properties.

These probiotics contain the best organic ingredients, naturally fermented (by a method trademarked as floraferm), dried and made into a powder.

To put it simply, these prebiotics and probiotics are made from real food, sourced from real places (never in a lab), free from colours, flavours and preservatives. They are also gluten free and vegan friendly.

And your probiotics to juice, water, or sprinkle on your breakfast!

Pet Pro+, Prebiotic & Probiotic, Certified Organic


Pet Pro+ is a blend of fermented foods which contain prebiotics and probiotics suitable for your pets. Whether you have cats, dogs, guinea pigs or horses (or anything in between!), just one small serving a day gives your pet the prebiotics and probiotics they need.

Free from dairy, wheat grain, GM foods, colours, flavours, preservatives and fillers, Pet Pro+ helps keep your pet in great health without any added nasties. It is made using certified organic foods which have gone through a natural organic fermentation process and have been dried into a powder.

Pet Pro+ can be mixed with your pet’s food or made into pet treats. Start your pet with ¼ teaspoon and gradually increase to the recommended serve size for your pet. Please note that, just like humans, your pet may have a cleansing period when their body starts to detox shortly after starting Pet Pro+. This may mean more, or smellier poop temporarily. Ewww, but good.

Supreme Green Blend, Certified Organic


Note: If you’re taking the Peak Performance Blend, you don’t need to double-up on this one.

Supreme green blend is a unique blend combination of key green superfoods which are barley grass powder, chlorella, spirulina, broccoli sprout powder, green stevia powder (natural sweetener) and New Zealand kelp powder. It’s simply nature’s way of supplying plant-based vitamins, minerals, trace minerals, phytonutrients, and antioxidants, conveniently. It’s also chemical, pesticide, and herbicide-free. 

The Supreme Green Blend can be taken with food or stirred into water, juice, coconut water or another favourite beverage. Or mix into pesto and dips such as guacamole!

Ready to add a dash of Supreme Green Blend to your food? Whip up our delicious and nutritious smoothies:

Avocado Coconut Keto Smoothie Easy Meal Replacement Smoothie
Avocado Coconut SmoothieMeal Replacement Smoothie

Colloidal Minerals, Organic


My mother in Susannah (who many of you may know from Member Care) has sworn by Colloidal Minerals for many years.

Sadly, some of our food is lacking in minerals due to soil depletion. One way to boost your minerals and trace elements is to have a daily dose of our organic Colloidal Minerals  – a health product that is actually what it says it is…healthy.

True to the Changing Habits philosophy, this Colloidal Minerals has no added nasties like artificial flavours, colours, preservatives, stabilisers or toxic elements.

Just add to juice or water and away you go!

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Inca Inchi Oil, Certified Organic


In our blog, Wonder Which Oil to Use for Which Purpose , I talked about oils and how/when to use each of them based on your needs. We compared Sesame oil, Sunflower oil, MCT oil, Sweet Almond oil, Extra Virgin Avocado oil, Flaxseed oil, Macadamia oil, Hemp Seed oil, Olive oil, etc. 

Now comes Changing Habit’s Inca Inchi Oil that won gold medals at the European food fair in France for best new culinary oil. This oil is a virgin cold pressed, additive-free, non-refined vegetable oil and contains Omega 3 (ALA), Omega 6 and Omega 9.

It can be used in much the same way as you would use flaxseed oil – in salad dressings, on vegetables, pasta, to make a mayonnaise, as a dipping sauce, with a vinaigrette or in smoothies. 

Keep in the fridge, and it’s best not heated (to preserve the fatty acids).

Seeds Contain 4 of 5 Essential Nutrients for Kids

Seeds Contain 4 of 5 Essential Nutrients for Kids

Laini Oldfield | November 5, 2019

Not bad for a tiny little seed, eh?!

Even I was gob-smacked as I put these infographics (below) together for you. How can such comprehensive nutrition come out of such humble little things?!

After listening to Paediatric Naturopath Jess Donovan of Natural Super Kids, lay it down in her “5 Essential Nutrients for Kids” live training inside our free Facebook group, I started brainstorming ways I could get more of those same nutrients into my own 5 kids.

And you know what I found? The answer that would require the least effort of my part, while delivering incredible levels of 4 of those 5 nutrients she spoke about – Seeds!

I mean, just look at the comparisons in the graphics below! Of course, perhaps it’s easier to eat 100g of meat than it is to eat 100g of sunflower seeds, but it’s a very convincing demonstration to me of why we should be incorporating these little beauties into our every day lives.

My inner nerd came out and I ran some startling numbers on the nutrients in these seeds compared to other sources of those nutrients.

Check it out…

How interesting is that?! Well, maybe it’s just me but perhaps there’s some fellow nutrient-comparing nerds out there too!

When we consistently fill our bodies with food that truely nourishes instead of a merely providing a cheap energy hit, we feel a palpable difference in both body and mind.

I hope you loved learning about the power of seeds as much as I did.

Here’s a bunch of ways to use these superbly nourishing seeds:

As an Egg Replacement

Use Chia Seeds or Flaxseeds interchangeably to replace eggs in a recipe.

Cinnamon Banana Muffins
Super-Healthy Banana and Cinnamon Muffins
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Spiced Apple Cake from Thermo Cooker Fresh Favourites
Vegan Meatballs With Zoodles
Vegan Meatballs With Zoodles

To Thicken Porridge and Add Crunch

If you love crunchy little things, top your porridge with some chia seeds, or even cook the chia seeds in with the porridge!

Chocolate Quinoa Porridge
Fast Quinoa Coconut Chocolate Porridge

For Smoothies

Sprinkle some seeds for a more nutritious punch, or throw some in the blender.

Blueberry Coconut Protein Smoothie
Sneak Past Your Resident Veggie Detectives With this Blueberry Coconut Smoothie

Beautiful Beet & Ginger Smoothie

For Healthy Desserts

Quinoa Fruit Crumble

Kombucha Ice Pops

Omega 3 & High Fibre Raspberry Layered Slice

Sneaky Beans Super Sweet & Gooey Lunchbox Cake

Radically Raw Rocky Road

For a Power Punch Breakfast

Pink Chia Pudding

Gluten & Dairy-Free Buckwheat Pancakes

Easy & Omega Rich Chia Pods

Chocolate Bean Pudding

Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal

For Snacks

Oat and Date and Seed Bars

Chocolate Protein Bombs

Chocolate Fat Bombs

Powerhouse Protein Pikelets

For Jelly Layer

Use chia seeds as a plant-based jelly swap.

Raspberry Coconut Slice

To Make Nourishing Muesli Bars

Sneak in more nutrients to these yummy snacks.

Sharon Selby Muesli Bar
Easy Nut-Free No Bake Muesli Bars
Fruit Crumble Muesli Bar
Fruit Crumble Muesli Bars Make For a Sweet Lunchbox!
No Bake Muesli Bar
Healthy No Bake Muesli Bars

Fudgey Power Protein Bars

Chocolate Muesli Protein Slice

Chocolate Caramel Muesli Bar Slice

To Add Crunch and Deliciousness

Add a subtle flavour and crunchiness to your food.

Beetroot, Spinach and Caper Salad with Creamy Dressing
Freshen Up Your Salad Routine with this Beetroot, Spinach and Caper Salad with Creamy Dressing
Spring Detox Salad
Spring Detox Salad

Warm Apple Crisp
Cosy Up With This Warm Apple Crisp for Winter

This Protein Packed Grain Salad is a Midweek Superstar

Wholefood Vegan Sausage Rolls

Make Your Own Granola!

With seeds, your options are endless really. Try them out in granola.

Low-Carb Chocolate Granola
Make This Low-Carb Granola for a Breakfast Treat
Vanilla Maple and Chocolate Granola Recipes
Crunchy Granola Recipes – Vanilla Maple & Chocolate Granola

As a Garnish

Whip up these recipes and make them look more appetizing with different types of seeds.

Cauliflower Hummus
Creamy & Light Cauliflower Hummus
Vegan Vegetarian Fresh Pho
Loryn’s Flavourful Pho From ‘Thermo Cooker Fresh Favourites’
Brown Rice Sushi Bowl with Miso Roasted Carrots
Chinese Sticky Sesame Cauliflower
Sticky Sesame Cauliflower Bombs

Sunshine Sushi

Nutrient-dense Cookies

Yes, you can make cookies healthy with heaps of nutrients.

Chocolate Chip Wholefood Cookie
Wholefood Chocolate Chip Cookie

Super Healthy ANZAC Biscuits

For Bread and Crackers

Have more fun with these recipes.

Multigrain Bread
Super Seedy Wholemeal Wholefoods Multigrain Bread
Free From Lots Crackers
“Free from lots” Crackers Recipe – Savoury or Sweet

Gluten-Free Turmeric Seeded Loaf
Buckwheat and Sweet Potato Bread
Shake Up Your Lunchtime Routine With Sweet Potato Buckwheat Bread

Many Different Ways to Use Sesame Seeds

More ideas on how to add sesame seeds to your diet.

As sprinkle on top

Tahini Walnut Cookies
Tahini Walnut Gluten Free & Vegan Cookies

Brown rice lentil and veggie patties
Brown Rice, Lentil and Veggie Patties

Sweet potato burger with tomato pesto
Sweet Potato Burgers with Tomato Pesto

Sunflower Seed Falafels with Tahini Sauce
Sunflower Seed Falafel Balls With Tahini Dipping Sauce
As crumbs:
Almond Crumbed Chicken
Low Carb Crumbed Chicken

For marinade:

Asian Salmon & Baked Sweet Potato

Enjoy incorporating these beauties into your own life, and the lives of your family. Our children need more nutrients than we do, and they won’t know what hit them when they’re chowing down on all this deliciousness.

Laini x

Why You Should Go NUTS for Nuts

Why You Should Go NUTS for Nuts

Laini Oldfield | October 23, 2019
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They’re not just good. They’re little balls of nourishing awesomeness.

They’re packed with protein (for muscle growth, brain function, keeping blood sugar stable and so much more)fibre (for gut health and feel-good-hormone serotonin generation) and good fats (for heart health and nutrient absorption).

Not only that, but they also:

  • Brim with antioxidants (disease-fighting, age-defying molecules)
  • House valuable vitamins and minerals.
  • Provide a good source of magnesium (helps us relax both physically & mentally, needed to make protein, bone and DNA)
  • Are a good source of folate (critical for a healthy brain)
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Harvard research shows that eating a handful of nuts each day could result in a longer life, and may even reduce the risk of death from heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

Eating lots of nuts has also been linked with lower cholesterol, reductions in inflammation, oxidative stress, body fat and insulin resistance.

Woah mama!

So how many do “they” (the scientists) say is good to eat?!

A small handful (around 30g) of nuts is all you need each day.

That’s around 20 almonds or 15 cashews.

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Well, maybe they don’t have emotions, but they sure are unique!

Although each nut variety shares so much in common (like you and I), each is unique and has its own strengths.

Check it out…


ALMONDS are the nut highest in Calcium for bones, and Vitamin E for skin & heart health (if you’re eating the skin which is high in heart protecting compounds called flavenoids). High in protein and fibre.

PECANS are rich in plant sterols (valuable compounds that are effective at lowering cholesterol levels).

They’re brimming with antioxidants (they help prevent plaque formation that causes hardening of the arteries).

And… they’re rich in oleic acid (the healthy fat found in olives and avocados).

As a good source of vitamin B3, pecans are the perfect option if you’re fighting fatigue because this vitamin helps us access the energy in our food.

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BRAZIL NUTS are a great source of the mineral selenium (for thyroid function). Selenium also aids with immunity and helps wounds to heal. Only need 3-4 per day!


CASHEWS are a great source of iron (surprised?), zinc (totally underrated – great for immunity) and other minerals including magnesium (improve recall, delay age-related memory loss).

They’re packed with Vitamins E, K and B6 (so they’re great for vegetarians).

Cashews may also support healthy blood, and studies show they’re surprisingly great for eye health! Along with carrots, eating cashews regularly may help protect the eyes from the type of damage that can lead to blindness as we get older. They may also help decrease the risk of cataracts!


WALNUTS have a superior antioxidant content compared to all other nuts. This means they could be useful in the fight against cancer. Studies show they help to lower the bad form of cholesterol (LDL). Finally, they’re rich in omega-3, so they’re a great alternative if you don’t eat oily fish.


HAZELNUTS are high in magnesium, calcium, and vitamins B (building blocks of a healthy body, B vitamins have a direct impact on your energy levels, brain function, and cell metabolism) and E (protects cells from damage from free radicals, and amazing for your skin).


PEANUTS Technically a legume, they have the highest levels of folates (essential for brain development, and promotes healthy pregnancy) compared to other nuts . Peanuts are also high in Vitamin E (protects cells from damage from free radicals, and amazing for your skin). . The nutrients in peanuts are also known to boost memory, help fight depression, and reduces the risk of heart disease.

(Coming back to TWC very soon).


MACADAMIAS A small handful of macadamias provides 58% of your daily Manganese requirements (about double what almonds provide).

Manganese contributes to many bodily functions, including the metabolism of amino acids, cholesterol, glucose, and carbohydrates. It also plays a role in bone formation, blood clotting, and reducing inflammation.

Macadamias are great for your heart, and can aid in reducing inflammation.

I don’t know about you, but putting this together for you has made we want to go home and eat that handful of nuts!…. (though, I did already have some in my smoothie this morning. TIP: Pre-soak and freeze cashews in small handful portions. Instead of using milk in your smoothie, just throw a portion in and voila – creamy, nutrient-rich smoothies. The kids never notice it’s not milk).

Laini x

PS. Interested to know the result of our investigation into the human working conditions of those who process our cashews? Check it out here.

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Confused About Whole Food Flours?

Confused About Whole Food Flours?

Laini Oldfield | September 26, 2019

Confused about whole food flours?

Almond meal, spelt flour, buckwheat flour, sorghum flour, tapioca starch, green banana flour, besan flour, rice flour, wheat flour, khorosan, coconut flour, amaranth… shall I go on?!

Let’s de-mystify flours and have you confident in knowing what to use, how to use it, and…. why to bother 😉

Because diversity of prebiotic fibres in our gut matters. Expanding the types of foods you eat creates a beautiful diversity in your gut that leads to increased wellness both physically and mentally.

And I’m all for that.

Join Australia’s leading Kitchen Coach, Ashley Jubinville and myself, and check out the Pantry Party video above for the low-down.

Once in a while, Ashley & I get together in our PJ’s and talk… food. We have fun, we talk food and these get togethers have affectionately been dubbed, ‘Pantry Parties’.

Join us and get your flour on.

(NB: The live video replay is house inside our awesome free Facebook Community Group – The Wholefood Collective Community. If you’re not inside that group yet, you’ll need to request to join first).

Laini x