Kale is not popular vegetable in our house and everyone is happy to eat this dish. Why not give it a try.read more
These little beauties started out as beetroot falafel and they have developed into vegan beetroot patties. They go beautifully with roast butternut squash and the tahini dressing just adds a little something. Why not give them a try?read more
I decided it was about time I stopped buying falafel and started making them. These little nuggets are the result. They went down very quickly in our house and they are great for putting in a lunchbox.read more
This sweet and nutty salad goes well with anything. It only takes 10-15 minutes to prepare and makes a great substitute for those of you avoiding the classic carbohydrates.read more
This is a delicious way to eat fresh courgettes, the olive oil marinades them and makes them tender while they retain their lovely sweet flavour. This plum sauce (Umeboshi paste) is a great vegan alternative to parmesan and still gives a tang to the pesto.read more
This is adapted from a Deliciously Ella recipe. It’s nutty and creamy and really filling. Quinoa is a seed and is high in protein compared to grains 4.4g per 100 and rice is only 2.7g per 100. Another awesome alternative to potatoes, rice, bread and pasta.read more
This simple salad will keep you fuller for longer and can replace classic carbohydrates such as bread, potatoes, pasta and rice. It has the added benefit of full of beneficial nutrients and good for your liver.read more
This smoothie replaces breakfast for me on days when I feel then need for something clean. That might be because I’ve eaten too much sugar or that my gut is just not feeling very happy that day. It only takes about 5 minutes to make and helps the day start with a zing.read more
Here’s a dessert/pudding that doesn’t pile on the pounds and helps keep your blood sugar stable, if you use 85% Green and Black’s it has the least sugar that I have found without being overly bitter.
I haven’t made it to 100% yet but if that’s what you like then go for it – your guests might not be quite so keen!
This is a wonderful healthy protein snack that is such an improvement on shop bought hummus both in taste and content. It takes about 10 minutes to make and lasts 3-4 days in the fridge. Did you know that protein keeps you fuller for longer and you are less likely to...read more
I had this with some friends recently and immediately asked for the recipe. It only takes 10/15 minutes to prepare and cook depending on the quantity. Savoy cabbage is in season in the colder months of the year so this is a delightful comfort food for January and February. Can be vegan, vegetarian or you could add some bacon at the start.read more
This one happened by accident. Hope you enjoy it. It is rich and velvety, hence the name and lovely on a cold winter evening. It is delicious on it’s own or you could serve it with mashed potatoes or sweet potatoes. Mushrooms are rich in fibre and protein and full of nutrients.read more
I was put off cauliflower at school when it was just a grey mushy mess. This recipe transforms it into something so tasty you’ll want it every day. It takes about 5 minutes to prepare and 20 minutes to cook. It contains lots of Vitamin C which helps with winter colds and is one of the cruciferous vegetable which are said to help with bowel health.read more
Roast Squash is so delicious when you allow it to caramelise. It is packed with nutrients and is said to help the body process fats and carbohydrates. This recipe takes about 15 minutes to prepare and 45 minutes to cook. It has loads of Vitamin A which is a powerful antioxidant and good for eye health and contains lots of Vitamin C giving you protection against infections.read more
A really tasty way to eat beetroot. Beetroot contain loads of valuable nutrients which help with lots of health issues. This takes about 10/15 minutes to prepare and 25 minutes to cook.read more
Used in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries to calm mind and body. Turmeric is said to be anti-inflammatory, help sleep, aid digestion, boost the immune system and even help arthritis.read more
This recipe is so quick to make and you can change it so easily by adding some mushrooms or lentils, some tomatoes or some brown rice. Why not try something different.read more
I love to eat this with curries, instead of feeling like you’ve eaten too much you feel comfortable and not sleepy, even if you have eaten too much!read more
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