Eating healthier can feel samey. Chicken & veg. Chicken & veg. Salmon & veg. Chicken & veg. Avocado. I get it. It's dull. You start a new healthy diet regime, plan all your meals, prep all of your lunches and stick to your grilled chicken, steamed veggies and sweet potato every night. And before you … Continue reading Beat the healthy eating boredom.
In case you need more ways to use up old bananas, I've made a new Banana Brownie recipe. Initially I was going to make Banana Blondies then remembered I very much dislike white chocolate so that was short lived. I did call them 'Easter brownies' but that was just because it gave me an excuse … Continue reading Banana Brownies
Today I played a game of how many great tasting things can I put in one cookie. I had a some old bananas that needed using and instead of making my usual banana bread I wanted to try something a little different. These little cookies are soft and chewy, they're sweet without being sickly and … Continue reading Banana Oat Tahini Cookies
The past few years have been very 'goal' focused. #bodygoals #lifegoals #couplegoals #brunchgoals. We've become obsessed with goal setting but seem to have forgotten the meaning of the word. A goal should be the object of your ambitions. Not abs. Or a well poached egg. At the beginning of 2018, like most of you, I wrote … Continue reading Why not setting goals should be your 2019 Goal.
It's Christmas time, Mince pies are everywhere, mulled wine is in full flow and the annual Turkey's are on order. Why is it in general we tend to only eat this poultry at Christmas? Turkey is a delicious and versatile protein, and with more people turning away from red meat, it's a great alternative. It's … Continue reading Turkey & Sweet Potato Curry
Winter is coming. And so is my continued onslaught of big bowls of comfort food. This stew is full of flavour and really well balanced in nutrients. It keeps well so ideal for big batches and freezing. 100% plant based, but feel free to add in anything else you like. I have specified red peppers, … Continue reading Chickpea, Butterbean & Red Pepper Stew
I recently shared a baked oats recipe and it got a lot of love. So I wanted to upgrade it with a seasonal twist. This recipe contains a portion of veg and it's loaded with protein and fibre. This quantity is enough for 1, increase for more portions! Vegan & Gluten Free. You'll need 40-50g … Continue reading Pumpkin Pie Baked Oats
Autumn is here in all it's colourful glory; and I'm celebrating the plants that come along with it. Leeks and carrots are in season now until spring, try and source locally if you can! This casserole is so easy to prepare & can be made either in a slow cooker or on the hob. It's … Continue reading Seasonal Casserole
It can seem like such a faff to make fishcakes yourself when you can buy them all done so easily. These 5 ingredient fishcakes are the definition of easy. The natural oils from the salmon binds the fishcakes together, keeping them light but still satisfying. If you’re trying to get more fish in your diet, … Continue reading 5 Ingredient Thai Salmon Fishcakes
A few weeks ago I needed some inspiration for a menu I was planning. Everything needed to be authentic Italian and I'd already been through hundreds of recipes I'd made before I wanted something new. I asked all my family if they could remember anything they'd eaten in Italy that they loved and my brother … Continue reading Italian Meatballs and Baked Eggs