Whole30 / Paleo

Three Protein Cauliflower Rice (Low carb / Keto friendly)

Combining beef, chicken and eggs, this keto friendly and low carb, three protein cauliflower rice is not only packed with nutrients but also full of flavor which will leave you satiated for a long time.

Tom Yum Soup (Spicy and sour seafood soup)

An aromatic, sour and spicy thai soup, Tom yum is all about the right balance of flavors and perfect to warm you up for the upcoming colder days.

Dark chocolate, flourless cookies (Paleo)

Chewy, chocolatey and crispy, what more could you ask from a cookie. But wouldn’t it be perfect if it could somehow be made healthier? These dark chocolate paleo cookies definitely tick all these boxes.

Tuna Balls in Red Thai Sauce with Zoodles

Tired of having zoodles (zucchini noodles) with the plain old tomato sauce or bolognese? Make these super easy tuna balls in a red thai sauce to up your game.

Mushroom Zoodles in Coconut Pesto Sauce

Zucchini noodles when combined with earthy mushrooms and creamy coconut milk, some peas and paprika, smothered into a flavorful pesto sauce, isn’t just a treat for the eyes, it makes for an irresistible meal as well. I used shiitake and oyster mushrooms here for their varying nutritional benefits.

Cauliflower, Sweet potato and Chickpea curry

Incorporating different kinds of vegetables in a curry is a good way to make them more nutrient dense. The combination of cauliflower, sweet potatoes and chickpeas is so harmonic, you will feel like eating a song. This curry is sure to wow even the non-vegetarians out there.

Spicy Pumpkin Soup (Vegan / Paleo)

This soup perfectly presents the harmony between the sweetness of pumpkin and the heat from red chili and black pepper. Some cinnamon and fresh turmeric not only add additional flavors but are also a great source of antioxidants and have anti-inflammatory properties.

Almond Flour Halwa (Paleo/ gluten-free)

Using almond flour instead of semolina and sweetened with dates instead of sugar, this is a much healthier version of traditional sooji ka halwa (semolina halwa). Serve it at breakfast for a morning energy boost or enjoy it with your evening tea for some warmth in the chilly winter evenings.