Guest Bloggers

Michelle HC – run2food

I am vegan by choice and I love creating and sharing plant-based recipes that are delicious and simple so anyone can make it! I also have a HUGE sweet tooth, which is ironic as I am a dentist by profession, but life is about balance and as long as you are taking care of your oral health, a little sugar won’t hurt.

After I made the shift to a 100% plant-based diet, I felt peace with my plate, became stronger, more energized and inspired. In saying so, I am a strong believer in listening to your body and doing what works best for you. So whether you’re vegan, vegetarian or omnivore, I hope you find this blog to be an inspiring place to consume more plants and spread more kindness.

10 Recipes by Michelle

Healthy Iced Vovos

“Hola to all of you Aussies out there who know this to be an iconic childhood biscuit which consists of a biscuit base topped with marshmallow, jam & coconut. I’m so excited to be bringing you this fun healthified vegan version! I managed to achieve the pretty pink hue using pink pitaya powder. I hope that you guys try making these!” ~ Michelle

Creamy One-Pot Red Curry Protein Pasta


You’ll love this easy to prepare tasty pasta dish that you can adjust by adding more veggies or other kinds that you like. Recipe by Michelle.

Vegan Bibimbap with Bulgogi Mince


Bibimbap means “mixed rice” in Korean and is a dish traditionally made from leftover vegetables, rice, and protein with the addition of Gochujang paste - a Korean fermented red chilli paste.

Mexican Mince Tacos


These Mexican tacos are made with a non-soy, high-protein, natural plant-based mince, with delicious flavours and textures.

Chocolate Fudge Turtle Brookies

These brookies require just ONE BOWL & NO MACHINES and they are soooo easy to make!

Butterbean Curried “Egg” Salad


Back with another healthy vegan sandwich idea for you guys! This time it's a play on a curried egg mayo sandwich, but using canned butter beans instead.

Raw TWIX Crumble Slice

This slice requires just 8 ingredients and is sweet, creamy, buttery and so delicious as a meltable treat on oatmeal.

Vegan Biang Biang Noodles

Biang Biang Noodles is a thick, hand-pulled noodle dish originating from Northern China. The word “Biang” is actually an onomatopoeia describing the sound when the noodles are smashing against the board.

Nutty Pitaya Fudge Cups

These cups are rich, fudgy and it's so hard to stop at just one.

6-Ingredient “SNICKERS CRISPER” Slice

Crispy, sweet, fudgy and chocolatey…tag some who would LOVE these!