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 havn’t tried my easy Tabbouleh then why not!?! This is a pimped up version, you can either make it this way from scratch, or use this as inspiration to jazz up any plain leftovers you have. I tend to sever the plain version as a side, and this version if it’s a stand … Continue reading Pimped up Tabbouleh
This is such a versatile dish, made really simply with bulgur wheat and herbs it requires no cooking at all, just boiling water from the kettle. It’s really important to get lots and lots of herbs, there should be equal quantities, at least, of wheat and herbs, it’s brilliant served with barbecued meat or fish, … Continue reading Tabbouleh
I know purists will hate me for adding beans to this salad, but I love their crunch texture and I generally have a bag in my freezer and I add them to lots of dishes. I think they are a really easy way of upping your daily intake of veggies, but feel free to leave … Continue reading Greek Salad with Edamame Beans
I make up as many bowls of Overnight Oats as I can, then we have a ready-to-go healthy breakfast or snack
For all of us that try to eat the rainbow beetroot is a great vegetable. It is even better when juiced, add to that apples for sweetness and ginger for zing and you have the perfect wake-me-up juice. This juice is particularly good for pregnancy, beetroot is a good source of folate (a naturally occurring … Continue reading Beetroot Boost Juice
If you are anything like me you buy chestnuts every year, and then come January realise you still have half a bag (or all of them sometimes) and have no idea what to do with them. This recipe is perfect for using them up, I always have some dried porcini mushrooms lurking in my cupboard, … Continue reading Porcini and Chestnut Soup
A great recipe for winter, my Mung Bean Dhal is packed with immune boosting ingredients. This is naturally vegetarian and can easily be adapted to be a vegan dish.
Simple and easy chicken liver pate. This is a really light tasting pate, perfect for those who don't normally like pate, and still lots of amazing health benefits.
Tasty fish stew made for me by our fab builder Tom. Apparently there is a bit of brick dust in there too!