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Sometimes you just need those little light meals that are quick, fresh, and easy to throw together. These veggie delights can be whipped up in minutes and are great for morning or afternoon snacks, lunch, or a starter when entertaining. They can be made using any ingredients you have in your fridge so I wouldn’t stress too much about what you are putting in them, just as long as they are fresh ingredients they will work. Here, I have used a good quality ham off the bone. You could also use turkey, but it does tend to break more when rolling, so just be extra careful putting it all together.

Ingredients

Ham

Capsicum

Avocado

Carrot

Snow Pea Sprouts

Cucumber

Method

1. Cut Vegetables into Julian strips and set aside

2. Lay a piece of ham on a chopping board and place your desired vegies 1/3 of the way in from one side

3. Fold over the third of the ham over your vegies and continue to roll until veggies are wrapped inside.

Enjoy.

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Brooke Meredith

Brooke Meredith, is the passionate founder and Editor-In-Chief of A Conscious Collection Magazine. A glowing representation of wellness, and an advocate for healthy living.

Brooke’s passion for health and wellbeing began following the discovery of her own intolerances and health ailments. Her house soon became a hub for recreating healthy versions of her favourite recipes, and soon her home was filled with an abundance of nourishing, nutritious whole foods. A certified Health Coach, Brooke’s passion lies with helping others become the best version of themselves and created A Conscious Collection to nurture, empower and inspire. As an Australian model, Brooke lives and breathes wellness, understanding the direct correlation between looking and feeling your best, which comes with a life in balance. When you can pry her away from working on all things ACC, you’ll find her fleeting around the globe on wellness escapes, enjoying three hour brunch dates with girlfriends and diving mouth first in to her famous healthified chocolate brownies.

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