Recipe Corner

Below find recipes that are not only delicious but healthy. As you start on your new journey of eating foods that are good for your health, we want to help you find ways to prepare foods that will help you achieve that goal.

For even more great recipes purchase New Zealand's own CHIP aprroved recipe book:

Simple, Tasty, Good

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This recipe book is simple. That was the idea from the start—to create a collection of recipes that are plant-based, taste great, quick and easy to make from everyday ingredients—and that is what we have done.

Every recipe is simple, quick, easy and healthy. You can buy all of the ingredients at your local supermarket or fruit-and-vegetable shop. To order email: info@chip.org.nz or phone (+64) 9 250 2748



Breads

Breakfast

Desserts

  • Chocolate Bundt Cake
    Here's a healthy dessert. There's no eggs, no shortening, virtually fat free and it has prunes!
  • Date & Cashew Nut Truffles
    Here's an easy to make dessert that provides an exciting and delicious alternative to chocolate.
  • Lemon Cheesecake
    A healthy alternative to a very rich desert that is easy to make and modify to suit your taste.

Mains

  • Awe Full Falafel
    This awfully good vegetarian delight is the pride of the Middle East.
  • Big Bertha Burger
    Here is a tasty veggie burger that is totally wholesome, free of additives often found in most supermarket varieties.
  • Black Bean Polenta Curry
    Here is a very tasty entrée that you can make quickly and is sure to be a hit.
  • Black Bean Wrap & Refried Beans
    This fun recipe is sure to be a hit with the kids and it is quick and easy to make.
  • Edamame Curry Stir-Fry
    Edamame can be served as a side dish or in a stir-fry on a bed of rice.
  • Little Greek Pies
    Tired of the same ole, same ole? These Little Greek Pies with spinach and phylo pastry are a real treat.
  • Tofu Croquettes
    A really tasty entrée that finds people asking for more.

Salads

  • Herb Garden Couscous and Black Bean Salad
    This substantial salad is reminiscent of tabbouleh, a Middle Eastern grain salad but I like it a lot better. We made it for lunch and with pita bread it was a delightful meal all on its own.

Soups

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