Homemade organic bagels

These are easy to make with a few ingredients.

Ingredients makes 4 (egg ring size)bagels

1/2 cup organic Greek yogurt
1/2 cup organic self raising flour
Light pinch sea-salt
Light pinch raw organic sugar
Black and white sesame seeds
Coconut oil cooking spray for tray

Preheat oven 200*c fan forced oven
Baking tray with baking paper and spray with coconut oil spray.
Mix in bowl remaining ingredients except the sesame seeds.
Mix until all combined. Divide 5he dough into 4 sections.
Place 1 Section of the dough mixture into egg ring and spread out evenly. Get a chopstick and make a hole in the middle of the dough. Remove egg ring. Sprinkle with sesame seeds. Repeat with the other 3 sections of the dough.
Bake for 20 minutes.

Serve with
1/ lactose free cream cheese and organic jam
2/ bacon nitrate free, avocado, egg, mesclun salad
3/ lactose free cream cheese, smoked salmon, capers, dill and mesclun side salad

Mystery box # 1 Autumn organic vegetables, herbs & fruit

As Masterchef starts again on tv, I like to give myself a challenge as I like to get different things to try so here is mystery box #1.

i have tried other organic home delivery services for fresh and didn’t get this large quantity before today when I ordered same ingredients so I think I have found my organic supplier 😀

This week Autumn organic box.

Yellow carrot, purple carrot, yellow beetroot, beetroot, cabbage red and green, cauliflower, broccoli, chard, baby spinach, mesclun, Rocket, red onion, Parsnip, Swede, Mushroom, tomato, bok Choi, leek, fennel, lettuce, herbs: parsley, coriander, mint, rosemary, thyme, sage, tarragon, fruit: juicing lemon, oranges, apples, eggs

This does us for a fortnight.


Leftover from last week I can also supplement meals with
Fresh: organic Juicing carrots, green shallots, cherry tomato, organic onion, cukes,  Vegepod fresh greens, Vegepod fresh basil, organic ginger, organic garlic, organic sweet potato
Frozen :Cauliflower rice, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, baby carrots, straight cut chips

Along with this I buy meat in bulk once a month to keep us going. (It’s usually grass-fed, free range or antibiotic free) this month we went back to our old meat wholesale warehouse that sells directly to the public in bulk.i get it home and cut into portion size pieces. This lot I got 25 meals

  • Chicken breast fillet (boneless and skinless) they also had tenderloin attached
  • Chicken thigh fillet (boneless and skinless)
  • Lamb Leg Steak
  • Rump Steak
  • pork loin chop
  • diced beef
  • beef mince
  • gluten free sausages
  • bacon rashers

i already had in freezer

  • Basa fish fillets
  • Tuna steaks
  • cleavers hotdogs
  • turkey roast

I also have my staples to work with as shown in previous brands post.