Dessert

Salted Caramel Truffles

CHOCOLATE! My favourite word when it comes to dessert. These Healthy Chocolate and Salted Caramel Truffles are simply the BEST! If you’re like me and pretty much always have chocolate on your mind, these are perfect! Creamy, sweet, and soft with an oozing delicious caramel centre, coated with a thick layer of decadent chocolate-date mix, […]

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Mains, Snacks

Sweet Potato Wedges

There’s no denying that sweet potato fries or wedges are one of the tastiest ways to eat these “super-foods”, which have been named as one of the ‘World’s Healthiest Food’! A single sweet potato contains 400% of your daily requirement of vitamin A, plus they contain more vitamin C and fibre than white potatoes, and have a […]

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Mains

Quinoa Tabbouleh

This salad is the perfect choice for healthy eating; packed with vegetables, aromatic herbs, and hearty quinoa. I made this salad on the side with a Turmeric Lentil Soup and to say it was a hit would be an understatement. It’s like a gateway salad; a simple introduction to trying filling, flavourful dishes that can used for […]

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Mains

Pad Thai Edamame Noodles

My newest favourite food is Organic Edamame Spaghetti. It is made with only edamame (green soybeans) and water. No weird stuff added that I can’t pronounce, which is always handy. I must say that I do have a stronger love for these than the black bean spaghetti; they have a much more of a starchy-rice-noodle consistency and […]

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Breakfast

Maple & Banana Pancakes

These pancakes are so light and fluffy, you would never guess they’re made without dairy,  eggs, or gluten! And the best part is that you probably have everything you need in your kitchen to make them. With this recipe you could always make them even more adventurous by adding chocolate chips or strawberries but they’re […]

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Mains

Spring Salmon Roast

Getting my hands on wild caught Salmon is quite rare because it can’t be conveniently bought as opposed to farmed, which is more widely available. I go for wild because it’s more nutritious; it has half the amount of saturated fat, contains more calcium, Iron and zinc, and less salt. So when I do lay […]

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Mains

Glazed Aubergine with Asparagus Quinoa

Getting inspiration on what to cook for everyday meals and keeping it interesting and fun can be tricky. Many of us tend to stick to the same few dishes, so why not try something a bit different; be it a new ingredient, a cuisine you have never tried before, or just mixing up some flavours. […]

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