Welcome to Healthy Made Tasty

Korina Richmond
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Nicoise salad in a large bowl served on a rustic cloth napkin with dressing on the side and cutlery in the background.

Healthy Made Tasty is your new one-stop shop for healthy recipes and more. Whether you’re trying to feed a family, save time, save money, eat healthier or just need some meal ideas, Healthy Made Tasty has something for everyone.

You told us, we listened

The Healthy Lunch Box website has grown up and is now called Healthy Made Tasty!  Over the years the Healthy Lunch Box website has evolved from helping parents and carers pack a healthy lunch box to be an informative website for the wider community to get recipes and nutrition information they can trust.

To meet the needs of our expanding audience we asked the community what they wanted and how we could improve the website. We have taken on feedback and are excited to launch Healthy Made Tasty! The rebranded and redesigned website includes many new features to help you eat well and reduce your cancer risk. 

What you’ll find

✅ Recipes: the website has hundreds of free recipes that contain:

  • Nutrition information so you know why the recipe is good for you.
  • Savvy Swaps to help you can change a recipe based on the ingredients you have.
  • Tips and ideas for cooking on a budget.
  • Practical ways you can reduce waste to help our planet.
  • You can also rate recipes out of 5 stars.

Filter functions: new to the recipe section is a handy filter functionality to help you find what you are looking for. You can filter by, meal type, time to make, allergy friendly, budget friendly and much more.

Cancer prevention: find out how to reduce your cancer risk by eating well and moving more.

✅ Healthy tips: practical information and advice on healthy eating, preventing cancer and more.

Healthy lunch box: all the original Healthy Lunch Box information can still be found in one section of the new site. It’s a one-stop shop for everything you need to know about packing a healthy lunch box.

Interactive lunch box builder: get kids involved in planning and packing a healthy lunch box with foods they like using our interactive lunch box builder.

Resources: videos, fact sheets and printouts for families, schools and health professionals.

Check out our new recipes

Classic pumpkin soup

This classic pumpkin soup recipe is so easy to make and provides more than 4 vegies serves per bowl!  It will be sure to become a family favourite.

2 round bowls of pumpkin soup with a linen napkin on the left and 4 slices of baguette on the right.

Carrot cake bliss balls

Our freezer-friendly carrot cake bliss balls recipe makes a great, healthy grab-and-go snack. Perfect for the lunch box.

A shallow round bowl containing coconut coated bliss balls. The bowl is sitting on a blue napkin. To the left is 8 bliss balls not coated in coconut with 1 bliss ball sitting in a small bowl of coconut.

Savoury scones

Our savoury scones recipe makes soft and fluffy scones packed with flavour. These freezer-friendly snacks are super easy to have ready to go.

savoury scones on a wire rack sitting on a round timber board. To the right one cut scone on a white plate.


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