Add extra vegetables to the tray and have them for lunch the next day!
Sometimes I make something and it is so easy I don’t feel it warrants being written up as a recipe, but then loads of people ask me how to make something and I realise there is merit in even the simplest of recipes. This one needs to be credited to Deliciously Ella, and I find … Continue reading Cashew and Ginger Energy Balls
Enjoy the taste of summer any time of the year with this sunshine yellow Zingy Pineapple Smoothie
This recipe was created after I challenged a client to bake without added sugar. The bars are lovely and sweet, made with maple syrup and malt extract.
On a whim I bought some baby aubergines from the asian supermarket, they sat in the fridge for a few days until I had some peas in my weekly veg box and I thought I would pay homage to the Asian store and created this curry. It’s lovely and light and perfect for the summer, … Continue reading Pea and Baby Aubergine Curry
These are a very sticky and soft rather than a crunchy Granola Bar, they are vegan and filled with lots of super ingredients like goji berries and chia seeds. I will put a few in the fridge, however I wrap most of mine individually and store in the freezer, just taking out one when I … Continue reading Granola Bars
If you cook meat on the bone, then you really should be making broth and stock. Bone broth has become the superfood of recent times, but it’s nothing new and it’s so easy to make, especially if you have a slow cooker as you can cook it overnight. It doesn’t really matter if you … Continue reading Bone broth and stock
I hate waste so when I bought a juicer and realised how much was in the pulp bin I had to find a way of using it up. I've called them patties, as I originally wanted to make a ball (reminiscent of a meat ball) but you need a flat surface in order to get … Continue reading Veg Pulp Patties
When you fancy a salad for lunch, but still want the option to heat it up. Layer in a jar to keep it easy to transport.