Thank you for joining our recent nutrition webinar

Thank you so much for joining us recently for our first nutrition webinar with SAP. I really enjoyed sharing our healthy love of food and appreciated your feedback and questions. I hope you took away some nutrition tips to incorporate into your everyday life. Are you remembering to chew, chew, chew!

Have you tried any of the recipes? I’d love to hear if you found them easy to make and most importantly if you find them delicious. I discussed in the webinar ways to increase your vegetable intake: swap rice for cauliflower rice; tacos and wraps for lettuce cups; and pasta for zucchini noodles or cauliflower mash. Below you’ll find our recipe for Creamy Cauliflower Mash. It is super easy to make, delicious and nutritious.

cauliflower mash & chicken stroganoff

Cauliflower is high in Vitamin C with 1/2 a cup having 50% of your recommended daily intake. It’s also high in fibre and low in kilojoules, making it perfect for a weight loss program.

Any feedback you have from our webinar is very welcome. We’re planning future webinars and I’d love to know what topics you’d like covered. Please leave your suggestions below.

Next Tuesday 10 October at 12.30pm I’ll be in the North Sydney office for a cooking demonstration. I’ll be sharing a delicious dinner recipe and showing you how you can turn the leftovers into four other meals. It will be an interactive workshop with lots of taste testing and take home recipes. I’d love you to join me.

In the meantime you can follow us on instagram or Facebook for more recipes & nutrition tips.

Warm regards


Wendy Middleton
0403 861 117
Adv Dip Nut Med, ATMS 50532

Creamy Cauliflower Mash


1 cauliflower, roughly chopped
60g organic butter or coconut oil
1/2 cup chicken stock


Add the cauliflower, stock and butter or coconut oil to a saucepan and cook on medium heat with the lid on until the cauliflower is tender.

Add all the ingredients to a blender or food processor and blitz until completely smooth and creamy.

Season with sea salt & pepper.


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