My Top 3 Portable Snacks For Busy Movers + Shakers

My life is pretty hectic these days, so I make sure I’m prepared with quick, easy healthy snacks that will nourish and fuel my body on the run. I make sure they are rich in protein so that I can easily enjoy them for a quick breakfast or lunch at my desk. The best thing is that they all take less than a few minutes to make, and they can be kept in the fridge for up to 1 week. Perfect to enjoy with a cleansing green juice or energy boosting matcha latte. TO CURB CRAVINGS: ... Read More

The Anti-Inflammatory Drink That Boosts Your Immune System

This healing golden milk is the perfect nourishing blend to boost your immune system this winter. Laced with anti-inflammatory spices such as turmeric and ground ginger, this spicy winter blend makes the most grounding and nourishing drink for morning or afternoon tea. The best thing is that it doesn’t get much easier than whipping up your turmeric latte. You can give this recipe even more of a superfood boost by adding Healthy Chef Natural Immune Support which contains x... Read More

Strawberry Mylk

If you need a power packed, detox friendly and refreshing icy cold drink then my strawberry mylk hits the spot. Power packed with vitamins, minerals and healthy fats, my strawberry mylk will satisfy even the fussiest aficionados. Enjoy this mylk poured over ice and sip it slowly so that the nutrients can infuse straight into the body. Just one glass will revitalise and energise and it makes a wonderful light start to the day. When blending your strawberry mylk – I also... Read More

Matcha Coconut Smoothie

This is a power packed smoothie that I regularly enjoy for breakfast after a morning workout. It’s light on the palate and easy to drink without weighing you down, so you’re powered up and energised for a busy workday ahead. I’m a huge fan of smoothies and if the right ingredients are used, they make a perfect meal and can fill you up for hours.  I’ve used coconut water to make this recipe as it’s extremely refreshing and helps hydrate my body quickly... Read More

Naked Chocolat

THE HEALTHY CHEF LAUNCHES NAKED CHOCOLAT Australia’s first sugar-free, dairy free and gluten free drinking chocolate! Chocoholics rejoice! The Healthy Chef has launched Naked Chocolat – the perfect way to indulge with a delicious blend of super foods. Bursting with antioxidants, mineral rich cacao, carob, maca, cinnamon and pure vanilla bean, this potent blend provides sustained energy, supports the endocrine and immune systems and contributes to hormonal balance. Not... Read More

Steel Cut Oats Porridge

The crisp cold weather has inspired me to make one of my favourite breakfasts – Steel Cut Oats Porridge, slowly simmered with vanilla and cinnamon and topped with sweet ripe banana and steaming hot milk.  I love the creamy and chewy texture of steel cut oats and warmth and goodness that you get from every mouthful. When serving this porridge, it’s important that you accompany with extra steaming hot milk to pour over so that eating them is purely delicious comfort... Read More

Cold-Pressed Matcha Almond Mylk

When I cook, I always use full fat or organic milk in my recipes and I always try to cater for people who have intolerances to foods such as lactose.  Nut and seed milks are a delicious lactose free alternative to traditional dairy.  They can be incorporated into healthy diets and provide your body with essential minerals such as calcium, magnesium and zinc to nourish the body’s immune system. Lactose intolerance refers to an inability to digest lactose, a natural sugar that... Read More

Purely Delicious Hot Cross Buns

Delicious and indulgent this is one of those breads that you just need to make on those special occasions. What I love about it is that it’s very simple to make and the lush ingredients of honey, citrus, quality butter and organic eggs give a fragrant and light dough that just melts in the mouth. Although I have other recipes for hot cross buns on my web site, I was compelled to share one inspired by my great aunt who was a fabulous baker and I also wanted to put my brand new... Read More

Naked Chocolate Cake

I absolutely love anything chocolate so here is one of my favourite one bowl chocolate cake recipes that you can whip up really quickly in the kitchen. What I love about this one is that it’s so simple that kids can easily make it and it’s gluten and nut free ! Bake in a small 15 cm baking tin or into individual muffin tins.  This cake is lovely topped with a silky chocolate ganache or my healthy chocolate mousse.  This is delicious made with olive oil, macadamia nut... Read More

Cold-Pressed Wheatgrass Juice

Check it out now in our eStore “My 100 % Certified Organic Cold-Pressed Wheatgrass is a great way to start the day, it can help support detoxification, digestion and optimum health.” Teresa Cutter…view the studies here… I was inspired to recreate this rejuvenating wheatgrass from my many years of growing and juicing fresh living wheatgrass. This pure juice plays an important role in my digestive wellness and makes my body feel amazing. Every morning I start my... Read More

Beauty Boosting Vitality Salad w/ Figs + Pomegranate

I always try and enjoy one big salad every day. I use whatever fresh greens are in season at the time and I like to vary the leaf variety to get a combination of flavours that just sing in your mouth when you eat it. For this salad, I’ve used a delicate micro-green salad mix, which are a combination of baby lettuce and herbs that are harvested when they are very young. They add an amazing flavour and marry perfectly with baby spinach, ripe autumn figs and delicate jewels of... Read More

How To Cook Smashed Tomato Sauce

This is probably one of the easiest recipes you’ll every make ! Once you’ve tried it, you’ll never used a store bought tomato sauce ever again.  It’s my classic recipe for tomato sauce that takes 15 minutes to make and get’s used pretty much every week in my kitchen for dishes such as roasted vegetables, ricotta gnocchi, meatballs, tuna puttanesca, classic baked eggs and more…. The secret is to keep the flavours simple and to use plump ripe... Read More

Home-Made Creamed Corn w/ Sunny Side Egg

I’m loving this recipe at the moment. Perfect for a simple, quick and budget friendly brunch or dinner. I love to top mine with a crisp fried sunny side egg and grate over a generous amount of Parmesan just before I serve it.  This beats store bought versions hands down and it tastes so much better. I like to add a little cultured butter as it rounds out the flavour and gives it a smoother, richer mouthfeel.  Juicy, colourful corn is a good source of vitamin C, fibre,... Read More

Summer Berry Crunch

Summer berries, cultured yoghurt and Healthy Chef Granola. A delicious breakfast that will nourish and energize your body. Rich in whole food antioxidants, protein + probiotics to support optimum health + vitality. This meal ROCKS ! It’s perfect for people on the go and takes just minutes to make. It looks great too and I often make these when I’m having friends over for a healthy weekend brunch after a bike ride. Berries are rich in wholefood antioxidants including... Read More

SuperCharged Scrambled Eggs

This is a delicious recipe from my new book “Perfect Digestive Health”. It’s a staple in my home and it makes a quick and healthy protein-rich meal any time of the day. My Super Charged Eggs sustain lean muscle and support digestion and a healthy immune system. Eggs also boost recovery after exercise because they are rich in protein and potassium. My Super Greens Pesto adds life and freshness to this delicious breakfast. It’s rich in chlorophyll that... Read More

Teresa Cutter partners with InterContinental Hotels Group

I am pleased to announce a partnership with InterContinental Hotels Group, and have created a collection of sixty healthy recipes exclusively for the fourth largest full-service hotel brand in the world Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts across Asia, Middle East and Africa. I am really excited to be able to bring a selection of my purely delicious healthy recipes to the table. Working with 68 Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts is a great opportunity to be able to support guests... Read More

Insalata Caprese – Healthy Chef Style

Sun-ripened tomato with buffalo mozzarella, sea salt, torn basil and cold-pressed olive oil. This is one of the simplest salads of all time to create and the secret of success depends solely on the quality of the ingredients you use. What I love about summer is the bounty of juicy, ripe tomatoes that fits perfectly into my cooking repertoire. For me healthy cooking is all about simplicity and keeping things as fresh and pure as possible. The ingredients in a classic Caprese... Read More

Breakfast In A Glass

This is a fabulous breakfast that I’ve been enjoying over the Christmas break. Filled with the goodness of summer fruits that are rich in vitamins, antioxidants and fibre that the body can easily absorb. I LOVE BANANAS ! It’s important that you use ripe frozen banana for this recipe as it will make the final result thick and creamy – similar to eating a cone of soft serve. You can pretty much top this with any fruits you fancy but I take advantage of fresh sweet... Read More

My Delicious Baked Christmas Pudding

This is a beautiful baked and partially steamed pudding that is scented with everything that is magical about Christmas. Orange and spice infused with notes of vanilla bean and apricot dance in your mouth and what I love about my pudding is that it’s unbelievably light, making it the highlight of any Christmas gathering. This pudding is also flourless making it gluten free and I’ve used the delicate crumbs from blanched almond meal in place of the usual flour mixture.... Read More

How To Make The Perfect Dressing

A good dressing will turn any salad into a masterpiece.  I try to eat at least one large bowl of salad every day.  I make lunch my main meal of the day and pile a bowl full of leafy greens and thinly sliced raw seasonal vegetables into my favourite stainless steel mixing bowl – toss through my dressing and enjoy every mouthful.  If I’m at work and pressed for time,  I grab a couple of bags of fresh washed salad leaves from the supermarket, put them into a bowl... Read More

Thank You From The Healthy Chef !

This picture was taken yesterday after my Healthy Cooking Masterclass at the Sydney Fitness Expo. Please excuse the blurriness due to all the excitement of the event ! It was lovely to see you all there and I had so much fun cooking up a storm and sharing some of my delicious cooking tips and secrets. Your energy was electric !  I made my Naked Chocolat Almond Mylk, Naked Chocolat Chip Cookies (made from the almond pulp), the most amazing Cauliflower Rice infused with turmeric... Read More

How To Make The Perfect Trail Mix

I’m nuts about nuts – and seeds. I eat them everyday…raw, activated, roasted, salted and spiced. They’re a staple in my kitchen and an important part of my diet. Most weeks I make up a big batch of trail mix, which is a lifesaver when I’m busy travelling or when I want a quick, high-protein meal at my desk. What’s great about it: Research shows there are many benefits of eating nuts and seeds regularly, including a lower risk of developing... Read More

Flower Pot Salad

I wanted to celebrate the first day of Spring by showcasing my deliciously healthy Flower Pot Salad. Everything in this flowerpot is edible – including the soil and I’ve designed this fun dish to be simple and effortless to make. Don’t be concerned by the many layers of ingredients – you can make this as simple or creative as you like. This is a perfect salad for kids, dinner parties or outdoor picnics with friends. The filling to this salad is quite simple and consists... Read More

Buckwheat & Chia Bread

Nothing beats a warm slice of homemade bread. I love pairing this buckwheat and chia loaf with a nourishing soup for lunch, or a purely delicious salad for dinner. It works well for breakfast too, topped with fresh sliced avocado and Persian feta, or my homemade macadamia butter and a little Manuka honey. Instead of using buckwheat flour, I blend pre-soaked buckwheat for a few seconds into a batter, pulsing until it’s a little creamy. What’s great about it: Buckwheat... Read More

Keep Your Immune System Fighting Fit

If, like me, you love winter but loathe the nasty sniffles it brings, fight back with a diet rich in seasonal wholefoods. A healthy diet lays the foundations for a happy immune system, and is the best way to support your internal defense forces. But when it comes to fueling our immunity, what exactly should we put on our plate? Well, it’s impossible to ignore the role that protein plays. Every process in the body requires protein, particularly our immune system, which relies... Read More

Mushroom & Quinoa Risotto With Brazil Nut Parmesan

This is my go-to risotto if I need something quick and healthy for dinner after I get home from work. In less than 20 minutes, I can have a bowl of goodness that nourishes my body from the inside out! What I love about it is that any leftovers can be enjoyed for lunch or dinner the next day. I’ve made mine with a unique and delicious brazil nut parmesan that adds flavour and goodness. You can also use fresh grated Grana Padano and garnish with fresh made gremolata made... Read More

RACE RECOVERY

  Taking part in a fitness event this weekend? Don’t forget the most important step in your race journey…RECOVERY. An endurance event like City2Surf places a huge strain on your body, generating: Muscle Fibre Damage Inflammation Fatigue Muscle Soreness Oxidative Cell Damage Suppressed Immunity Fluid + Nutrient Loss Depleted Fuel Stores Just take a moment to think how hard you’ve pushed yourself during the race…. probably to the max! Depending on the distance and... Read More

Calling All Fitness + Health Professionals in Perth

I’m so excited to be heading back to my home town Perth for the 2014 FITNESS SHOW on the 16th + 17th August. We’re putting the call out for all health professionals including naturopaths, dieticians, integrative health clinics and personal trainers who recognise the importance of providing their customers with the purest Australian made functional food products on the market. It’s a chance to get an up close and personal private demo of all my Healthy Chef products... Read More

Roasted Cauliflower With Lemon Scented Garden Herbs and Pomegranate

Cauliflower was often served at our Polish dinner table when I was growing up. Mum used to steam it then sauté with home made breadcrumbs and browned butter then finish off with a little lemon.  These days I like a fresher touch, and this is one of my favourites this time of year. Lemon, fresh herbs and cauliflower – totally irresistible. This salad makes a simple meal I can whip up in a few minutes when I get home from work and any leftovers can be enjoyed for my lunch... Read More

How To Cook Real Chicken Stock

  Knowing how to make a basic stock should be part of everyones cooking repertoire. A chicken stock was one of the first recipes I ever cooked as a chef and once you get the hang of making your own, you’ll never go to store bought versions again.  I remember making large pots of delicious stock with my great Aunt as well as in the hotel kitchen where I worked. This wonderful stock was used to make soups or glazes that made the most magical sauces. I always make large... Read More

Ribollita – Hearty Vegetable Soup

I love making warm and hearty vegetable style soups this time of year.  Most of the time I just get the leftover veggies from the fridge and throw them into a pot to simmer down into a nourishing symphony of flavours that make me feel warm and revitalised. This recipe for Ribollita is from my 80/20 cookbook  and what I love is that it lasts for days in the fridge once it’s made,  so you can enjoy it for lunch or dinner topped with a little pesto or fine grated Grana... Read More

Muddled Marrakech Mint Tea

It’s Immune Boosting time, so I thought I’d share my refreshing Wellness Tea – Muddled Marrakech Mint Tea ! I often have a glass of it at my desk and sip slowly enjoying the fragrant aromas that infuse through my body and boost my immune system.  Muddling is the crushing and mixing of ingredients in the bottom of a glass. The secret to muddling  is to be gentle. Choose a sturdy mixing glass or cup, one that can handle hot water being poured into it.  Place... Read More

Salted Nut Butter Cookies

Good quality nut butters are delicious! I often enjoy them straight out of a jar or off a spoon – a truly delicious and natural treat. Look for nut butters with no added oils, sugar or stabilisers – The only ingredient on the back label should be nuts and maybe just a little salt – that’s it! I’ve made these cookies a number of times and they are delicious using peanut, almond or macadamia nut butter. This is perfect for holiday baking and what I... Read More

At Home With Teresa Cutter

  Here’s a little snippet from this weekends Daily Telegraph – HOME section. It features some of my favourite things I enjoy every day. The interview below Teresa Cutter’s 10 favourite things 1 Colnago Road Bike Cycling has been a part of my lifestyle since I was very young and has helped me to stay fit, healthy and strong. When I was 14, I discovered the awesome Colnago bike and have loved it ever since. 2 My Juicer I love making fresh juices to infuse my... Read More

Polish Chicken Noodle Soup (ROSÓŁ)

Rosół  is a nourishing Polish soup that was regularly made by my mum when I was growing up.  It was the first line of defence if one of our family members got sick, but most of the time she made it because it was so delicious and made us feel comforted and warm when the weather was a little colder outside.  Mum served hers with fine home made noodles, but I like to change it around a little and use vegetable spaghetti.  I’ve made my soup using skinless organic chicken... Read More

BOOST YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM NATURALLY !

Healthy Chef Natural Immune Support is a wholefood blend of naturally occurring vitamin C + D, with antioxidants to help regulate immune function. ! One 7g serve of Natural Immune Support contains ten times the recommended daily intake of Vitamin C ( >450mg ) and the full-recommended daily intake of vitamin D (1000IU) and is suitable for both kids and adults. ! Natural Immune Support is an anti-inflammatory blend of fruits, vegetables and herbs, ideal for nourishing the body... Read More

Kale, Spinach + Feta Pie

This is a delicious meal that I often make for my weekday dinner or as a portable healthy lunch. Preparation is effortless and the final result is beautiful as the fresh subtle flavours of green dance in your mouth. I love to serve mine with a large garden salad made simply of leaves from a variety of lettuce – tossed with the finger-tips ever so lightly and drizzled with French Style dressing just before serving. Enjoy ! What’s great about it: Kale is part of the... Read More

Green Goddess Smoothie

This delicious smoothie is a prebiotic powerhouse that will keep your good gut bacteria smiling !  I make this nourishing LOW FODMAP  smoothie most weeks as it helps cleanse my digestive system and just makes me feel awesome !  I encourage you to enjoy this smoothie every day for one full week and let me know how you feel  ! What’s great about it: Kiwi fruit contains an enzyme called actinidain that helps aid digestion and absorption of nutrients. Kiwi fruit also work as... Read More

Margherita Pizza With Almond + Sunflower Crust

This is a delicious vegetarian classic of roasted tomato sauce, milky Buffalo mozzarella and sun-ripened tomato on a thin, crisp pizza base.  I’ve also added a light  spread of pesto to the almond base that gives the pizza a delicious basil aroma and flavour when eating it.  What I love about this crust is that it’s the perfect use for leftover almond pulp from making your home-made almond mylk. For a crisp base to a pizza crust I always recommend using a pizza stone for... Read More

Superfood Pesto

This time of year, I try put an extra focus into Immune Boosting Foods that help nourish and support my immune system. This is a delicious recipe for  Superfood Pesto created by Caroline Beaumaris who was one of the winners from my Healthy Chef Wellness Competition. I loved its simplicity and the fact that this pesto was so versatile allowing me to incorporate it into  so many of my healthy  recipes. Last night I spread it over a Margherita Pizza with a lush roasted tomato... Read More

Roasted Carrot With Almond Dukkah + Labne

I absolutely LOVE this salad !  It’s a staple in my home and it’s delicious warm straight out of the oven or cold the next day for a delicious healthy lunch. Roasting brings out the natural flavours of the carrot and the dukkah intensifies the deliciousness. Simple to make and delicious to eat.  Enjoy. What’s great about it: Carrots contain vitamin A precursors called carotenoids (Beta carotene) that help promote vision and support a healthy immune system.  Almonds... Read More

How To Super-Charge Your Immune System

When I’m a little stressed and run down from work, my immune system get’s a little tired, so I make a conscious effort to improve the sorts of food I’m getting into my body. Food is one of the most powerful tools we have to help prevent disease and a healthy body begins with a healthy immune system. Over 70% of your immune system is in your gut and what you eat forms forms the foundation of your health. Your immune system maintains homeostasis by defending... Read More

Steamed White Fish In Ginger + Turmeric

This is a delicious recipe from my book Perfect Digestive Health. I love the simplicity of the dish and the extraordinary flavour that marries so well with any type of seafood, especially delicate proteins such as fish.  You can choose to steam the fish in the classic French style en papilotte, that basically means “cooked in a bag”.  This method allows the food to hold in moisture and flavour as it steams inside it’s little pouch and it’s a clean and healthy way of... Read More

Warm Broccoli Salad With Kale, Lime + Roasted Tamari Almonds

If you need a warm nourishing meal that’s quick and easy to make then you can’t go past my warm broccoli salad with kale, lime and roasted tamari almonds. It’s my go to wellness recipe that makes you feel amazing after eating it. Delicious on its own or served with extra protein such as steamed white fish drizzled with extra lime, olive oil and black pepper.  Enjoy for breakfast, lunch or dinner ! What’s great about it: The broccoli is full of alkalinising,... Read More

Warm Roasted Pumpkin + Apple Salad

This is a beautiful marriage of seasonal flavours that evokes a hint of sweetness and spice. Rounds of pumpkin are roasted with olive oil and a touch of cinnamon which intensifies the delicious flavour.  I’ve also sliced red apple into generous rounds and pan roasted them until golden – the secret is to also squeeze over a little orange juice just before removing the pan off the heat which takes the flavour to another level and add extra freshness and aroma. I love... Read More

My Goodness Soup

This is a wholesome nourishing soup that I love to make when I need extra goodness for my body. It’s very economical and fuss free to make and I always cook up extra to last several meals. I love the simplicity of the ingredients and the light touch of star anise just makes this soup purely magical on the taste buds. What’s great about My Goodness Soup. Tuscan kale is part of the cabbage family and this wonderful vegetable is a good source of all three antioxidants:... Read More

Chocolate Almond Milk

Stimulate your body with antioxidants, mineral rich cacao, carob, maca, cinnamon and pure vanilla bean. This potent blend provides sustained energy, supports the endocrine and immune systems and contributes to hormonal balance and optimal well being, and not only that; it tastes amazing too! My Chocolat Almond Mylk takes just 5 minutes to make and what I love about it is that you can enjoy it ice cold as a quick pick me up vitality drink or as a warm and nourishing Hot Chocolat... Read More

Super C Immune Boosting Smoothie

    Here’s a delicious and simple immune boosting smoothie that I’ve been making at home over the last few weeks.  I find it helps revitalise my body when I’m a little stressed and run down with work and it’s a smoothie I can easily make ahead of time and pop it in the fridge when I get to work. I’ve used oranges in this recipe  - you can also use pineapple and it works really well. I’m a huge a fan of ginger and turmeric –... Read More