So it rained all.. freaking.. day last Tuesday. It was a nice change and we got to hang out with some special friends and eventually move into the kitchen to create. Honest truth – I don’t create recipes that regularly. Generally a brainwave pops into my little head every now and again and I go all elf in the kitchen to create it. It’s sporadic. I’m not a chef. I’m a women who likes food and every so often, if I may say so myself, sometimes I nail it.
Last year we launched this little beauty and because there are so many people new to this space, we’ve decided to re-release the Christmas book again to make your christmas sweeter.
Purchased it last year? You’ve got the goods but perhaps you’d like to tell your friends that I’ve got their Christmas covered.
Take a peek inside. She’s a beauty.
Wanna know what’s inside exactly?
- Your full Christmas day menu from breakfast right through to dinner plus treats and drinks.
- Food themed Christmas gift ideas
- Tips to help you survive this Christmas and thrive!
To purchase Fertilise Your Christmas click here.
This recipe is a festive spin on an original from my book Well & Good. The original recipe has always been such a winner that I couldn’t resist the chance to take it one step further and dare I say that the end result may be my new fave Christmas recipe. It’s super easy to make and one the whole family will love!
The main things you will need in making the mousse is some kind of food processor and 5 to 6 small pots or jars. I find those two-dollar shops wonderful for that kind of thing. Keep in mind you’ll be serving your mousse in whatever you use. It’s hard to believe something this yum could be so easy and quite frankly so darn healthy. That’s enough from me as I know you’re no doubt itching to go get your mousse on! ENJOY!
It’s been all systems a go-go at Nat Kringoudis HQ. Last week, I had the pleasure of appearing on the morning show to celebrate the launch of Well & Good in stores nationally across Australia.
In case you missed it, you might like to check out the interview and dish up of my delicious and festive Pomegranate & Bean Salad. Click on the image below to watch.
For those of you who are having trouble finding the book – it is now available via the website here.
I’d love to see your happy snaps of recipes you’ve made from Well & Good – be sure to always use the tag #wellandgood so I can get excited by your culinary skills! Well & Good isn’t a traditional ‘cook book,’ Well & Good is a lifestyle book, with well over half its pages dedicated to helping you understand your hormones properly, as well as tools to implement to set you up to thrive PLUS almost 50 recipes! It really is all Well & Good!
Angeline Norton, otherwise known as Foodie Fitness Girl has been in the health and fitness industry for almost 10 years. She loves using her knowledge about nutrition and fitness to help people achieve their health goals. Angeline tells us she has always loved cooking and her blog beautiful demonstrates that you don’t have to eat boring foods to lose weight or to stay healthy. Today she’s sharing her Coconut Almond Cookies – YUMMO!