Crunchy Spring vegetables served with wholesome quinoa makes a perfect main course. Vegan and raw - this ticks all the boxes! Quick, easy and fresh.
Refreshing spanspek bowls brimming with blueberries are a fresh start to these sweltering summer days. Or even enjoyed as a light "pick me up" during the day that is both cooling and packed with feel good nutrients.
Need chocolate? Look no further than the Wazoogles Chocolate Moondust, filled with 100% pure Heirloom Cacao, this chocolatey jar includes cauliflower!
"Oranges may be a winter fruit but they make me feel like summer inside! They remind me of being a child, half-time and swimming galas." #WazooglesFamily
Wazoogles Vanilla Sky Superfood Protein gives you a super simple, Superfood smoothie bowl!
A Super Summer Oat & Quinoa bowl topped with all your favourite delights! Change up the flavours and enjoy with any of your fave toppings.
No more dry chicken, thanks to Savanna Dry! Enjoy a moist chicken one-dish roast with irresistible crispy, toasted ciabatta
A superfood salad to enjoy as a main or a side which caters for Vegetarians and loved by meat-eaters too! Roasted butternut and a simple vinaigrette add a punch of impressive flavours to this salad.
The Truffle Journal (Melissa Delport) took a quick visit to Food Lover's Market for some seasonal ingredients for a delish Spring dish. She created this Colourful, Fresh, and Wholesome Spring Quinoa salad, packed with nutrients and simple to put together!
Training for a big event or race? This quick and easy post ride recovery meal is perfect to refuel and keep going. Great for using leftover chicken too!
The smokiness of the grilled trout pairs beautifully with fresh citrus flavours along with fresh ginger & toasted Sesame seeds. Pairs well with Ponzu sauce
“This is a quick and simple recipe. It highlights how healthy eating doesn’t have to be complicated or limited to a salad. Appreciate the individual flavours in this dish. You can find great healthy pastas or pasta alternative. Simple food is linked to mindful eating. When a dish has few ingredients it really allows you to appreciate each of the flavours. Build a relationship with each ingredient so that you intuitively choose what you eat based on what you need at the time. Listen to your body. Sometimes less is more.” –Melissa Delport, The Truffle Journal
A fresh and healthy salad full of spring flavours!
This twist on the classic tomato caprese salad is perfect for a light spring lunch. The sweet, fresh Nectarines pairs beautifully with the acidic Balsamic drizzle.
“Chia seeds are ancient seeds that date back to the Aztec era. You can add them to smoothies or sprinkle them over your oats Chia is one of nature’s richest antioxidants. It can prevent premature skin aging and is also very high in fibre, which promotes digestive health.” – MELISSA DELPORT
This healthy protein-packed and fresh fruit chia pudding is so good it could be used as a light dessert, or delicious breakfast. Like overnight oats, chia can soak overnight, or you can cook it over a stove top.
You can read more about the super benefits of chia seeds in our blog. You can find them in the health aisle of our stores at a great price.
This is the perfect salad to serve as a quick go-to meal. It covers all the bases...fresh, nutritious and delicious. Serve with a warm crusty ciabatta to soak up all the flavours.
This vegetable curry is the perfect dish to stave off the nippy chill in the air, as we head into the winter months. Nutritious, wholesome veggies are gently cooked in coconut milk, with some fragrant Indian spices, to create a comforting dish for the whole family.
Yellowtail is equally great cooked on the Braai or in the oven. Here we have taken the whole fish and dressed it in lemon and limes, drizzled it with a sweet and spicy Asian dressing, then baked it in the oven until juicy and tender.
Mangoes are in abundance at this time of the year, so why not take advantage of the season and try these delicious popsicles. They are fresh, sweet and tangy with a hint of herby thyme, a perfect guilt free treat to beat the heat.
Summer is in full swing and there is no better way to enjoy these hot summer days, than with a refreshing mango salad. To complement the sweetness of this delicious fleshy fruit, we have combined the tart flavour of lime, with honey and fresh chilli, in a dressing. Serve this mouthwatering salad with some sticky barbecue ribs, or enjoy as a meal on its own.
This bright and colourful pasta recipe is based on rustic complementary flavours that will wow your guests in their simplicity. Replace the parmesan with some nutritional yeast for a quick 'n easy vegan option.