Kimberley is a mum of two, a lover of tea & dark chocolate, and a degree qualified Nutritionist, holding a B.HSc(NutMed)

Home-made Granola

We recently made this DELISH Granola, which is high in protein, fibre & healthy fats, & we just had to share! Who knew eating chick peas for breakfast could taste so damn good ;-p Home-made Breakfast granola (serves 8) 4 Tbsp LSA (Linseed, soy, almond, ground) 1 x 440g can chickpeas, drained & rinsed 2…

Vegetable Lasagne

Delicious Vegetable Lasagne

You won’t believe that this lasagne recipe doesn’t include any pasta! It’s so filling, hearty, & true (healthy) comfort food! This makes 8 large servings – great to make ahead and freeze in portions in the freezer for those days you’re too busy to cook, but still want something bursting with nutrients! Vegetable lasagne (serves…

We ALL have a fertility story

We all have a fertility story.  And no two are the same.  If you’d told me five years ago I would have two little ones, 18 months apart, conceived naturally, I’d say you were nuts.  You see, there was a period of time where I thought this had all been taken from me.  I’m going to…

How FIT FAB MUM was born!

Fit Fab Mum was created after we (Jade & Kimberley) met to exchange business cards (we were both living and working in Sydney at the time), and over a hot cuppa, shared our dreams about creating a vehicle to support women as they move from planning a baby to becoming mothers. We’d literally known each…

Breastfeeding nutrition

Breastfeeding is a unique time in a woman’s life, and presents distinct requirements with regard to maternal nutrition. A nursing mother produces on average about 750mls of milk per day, though there is considerable variation from one woman to another, and even within the same woman from time to time.  As such, energy requirements increase…

Sweet Potato Brownies

(Gluten, nut & dairy free) This is a delicious, rich twist on the classic brownie and definitely a much healthier version packed full of vitamins & minerals. But remember – it’s still a treat for special occasions 😉 INGREDIENTS  (Makes 16) 1 medium sweet potato, grated 2 eggs 2 tsp vanilla extract 1/2 cup melted coconut oil 1 tsp baking powder 1 tsp bi-carb soda 1/2 cup raw cacao 3 Tbsp molasses 1 Tbsp maple syrup 2 1/2 Tbsp coconut flour METHOD 1. Preheat oven to 185 degrees 2.Combine grated sweet potato, eggs, vanilla, coconut oil, molasses & maple syrup in a bowl. 3. Add raw cacao, baking powder, bi-carb soda & coconut flour. Stir to combine. 4.Pour the mixture into a tray lined with greased baking paper. 5. Cook for 25-30 minutes. 6.Remove from heat and allow to cool for 20 minutes before…