Boost your immune system and fight off flu and gastro bugs with anti-parasitic herbs from your garden and pantry. Great for soothing sore throats and relieving digestive discomfort.
This gorgeous recipe by Eleanor Ozich features in the Mondays Journal Issue 3. Perfect for your little one's lunch-boxes. Light and chewy, these muesli bars take only minutes to make and are easily adaptable. We added cacao nibs for a chocolate chip crunch, although most types of dried fruit would be equally delicious. Next time you feel inspired to get your bake on, whip up a few batches to pop in the freezer, you will thank yourself later!
Anzac cookies have to be one of the most moorish and yet simplest cookie recipes out there. Try our vegan and gluten free cookies below, delicately flavoured with vanilla and cinnamon. This Anzac Day, the 25th April, at Mondays Wholefoods, we will be offering FREE vegan Anzac cookies with every coffee purchased. We hope you have a revitalising long weekend and we'll see you on Monday, pop in for breakky after the Dawn Parade :)
Recipe & Photography by Shaye Woolford
If you live in New Zealand, then likely you or someone you know has a tree in their backyard that has already begun to rain Feijoas! These indescribably delicious Autumn fruits are simply the best in smoothies, muffins, crumbles, or straight off the spoon. We're celebrating Feijoas at Mondays Eatery this week with Feijoa, pear & parsnip gluten free muffins & our new (and insanely delicious!) Autumn Orchard smoothie. This week on the blog, beautiful Shaye Woolford shares her cherished family recipe for Feijoa & honey spice cake, the perfect companion to a mug of tea. You'll also find this gorgeous recipe and many other winter delights in Mondays Journal Issue #2.
By Nicola Galloway
I made this simple natural deodorant from a handful of ingredients I found in my kitchen pantry and bathroom cupboards. It features in the Mondays Journal Issue #3 alongside many other gorgeous recipes.
This creamy and vibrant dip featured in our Mondays Summer Journal, but it's earthy tones of rich root vegetable, garlic and thyme make it a great comfort in the winter months too. Enjoy alongside seeded sourdough and a glass of wine for a blissful afternoon treat.
Good afternoon! How wonderful would a fruity sparkling beverage be in this hot and sticky weather! There are so many syrups and cordials on the market now, designed to add flavour to sparkling or soda water, but we find it hard to find any that aren't laden with refined sugar! Homemade naturally sweetened cordials are a great alternative. This lovely honey, berry and lavender cordial recipe features in the Mondays Summer Journal, contributed by our friend Greta Kenyon. We love her edible flower ice cubes too! You can get creative and come up with your own flavours and adjust sweetness and strength to suit your palette.
Summer's finally here to stay and with the change of season we farewell our Spring menu. It was such a beautiful menu with so many delicious dishes! So instead of burying all the recipes in the back of the recipe folder, we thought we'd give a few of the favourites a blissful retirement here on the blog, for you to enjoy at home.
THESE INCREDIBLE CHOCOLATE and brazil nut truffles are spiked with orange zest and the sweet crackle of dried figs. They are wonderfully rich and decadent, and have a smooth and crunchy texture making them an absolute pleasure to eat.
Gluten Free | Grain Free | Dairy Free | Refined Sugar Free | Vegan
The weather is warming up and we are absolutely delighted about Spring's glorious arrival! It's also getting busier, who else is starting to feel that impending Christmas craze? We're a crafty bunch at Mondays, that's why we love homemade gifts. These sweet and simple homemade shell candles are the perfect DIY christmas present for family and friends. It's a fun activity for the kids too! We think they are simply perfect for summer, and a beautiful way to add a whimsical, romantic element to your home or outdoor table.
Making cake has never been easier with this ridiculously simple recipe. These delicately spiced parsnip pear cakes have a light and fluffy texture, perfect topped with pure plain mascarpone and a little seasonal fruit jam or compote if you like.
I made this tomato soup on a chilly day as a special dish here at Mondays. The soup is rustic, aromatic and rich. It's flavour is a beautiful combination of tomatoes and coconut cream, it will warm your body and welcome you in to the new Spring season.
We have had many requests over the past few weeks for our gorgeous ginger slice recipe. This sweet little slice is a wholesome take on an old classic. It has a warming spicy ginger hint and a fantastic buckwheat biscuit base. One slice will surely be enough to satisfy your sweet tooth!