If you are coeliac or have guests who are gluten intolerant this Christmas, you don’t have to miss out the cake.
I thought it would be good to look for some delicious and different healthier Christmas cake recipes that you can bake at home. This post was originally from 2017 so… Read More »
With the pumpkins back in supermarkets again it’s time to get making soup. This is a delicious vegan recipe. Pumpkin flesh is a great source of vitamin C, vitamin E,… Read More »
These steamed buns are light, fluffy and addictive. Six buns feels about right for two… maybe a bit indulgent, but you’ll find that two is not enough, so best err… Read More »
Red lentils are rich in vitamins A, B6 and folate. Rosemary is an ultra-fragrant herb that is rich in antioxidants, which prevent cell damage.
One of our lovely customers, Nora, shared this delicious cake recipe with us recently. It’s gluten free and it is really tasty!
Buckwheat is not a grain but a seed. It is gluten free and a very good form of fibre and has a a low-to-medium glycaemic index. This means it may even lower blood sugar levels as well as being great for your gut .
Cashews are a good source of magnesium and calcium. They are also very tasty – have you tried making then into a dip?
Smoothies are a brilliant way way to get a fix of healthy food but you can supercharge them by adding in super food powders and liquids.
This Quinoa Tabbouleh recipe is an example of a dish with a low glycemic load (GL) diet, designed to keep blood sugars even, causes more weight loss on the same calories.
Simple vegan veggie curry. Cheap, easy to make, and perfect for batch cooking. Served with brown rice gives huge amounts of fibre, B vitamins, magnesium, and so much more:
These are a great and easy alternative to meaty burgers and the whole family will love them.
A simple banana bread that uses peanut butter rather than butter.
This is an absolutely delicious nut roast which would be perfect for a vegetarian or vegan Christmas dinner. It is a recipe from an old, now out of print, Sarah… Read More »
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Skipping breakfast is strongly linked to the development of obesity. So enjoy your breakfast. 2 rounded tbsp rolled oats 2 1/2 tbsp milk or water 1 teaspoonful honey 1 tablespoon… Read More »
Chickpeas contain twice the amount of protein compared to cereal grains 500g Dried Chickpeas 100g flat leaf Parsley, chopped 100g Coriander, chopped 6 cloves garlic, peeled & chopped olive oil… Read More »
Coriander is believed to be a natural aphrodisiac. It is also rich in many vital vitamins including folic-acid, vitamin-A, beta carotene and vitamin-C. 2 1/2 cups dried yellow split peas… Read More »
Delicious and healthy oatie cookies. A great basic recipe that you can change with added choc or carob chips, nuts or dried fruit.
The mediterranean diet is seen by many to be one of the best lifestyle choices you can make. It is said to reduce the risk of stroke and heart disease…. Read More »
This tasty breakfast is made with Rice or Almond Milk. Rice milk contains more carbohydrates than cow’s milk but it contains no cholesterol or lactose.
Hazelnuts contain phytochemicals, which protect against chronic disease. 1 Tablespoon Coconut or Olive Oil 1 Tablespoon Xylitol (sugar substitute) 50g (2oz) Oat Flakes 1 Tablespoon Flaked Almonds 1 Tbsp Hazelnuts,… Read More »
Oats are a harmless way to reduce cholesterol in your body. These delicious flapjacks are a great way to get oats and nuts into your system.
“Let’s face it, a nice creamy chocolate cake does a lot for a lot of people; it does for me.” Audrey Hepburn 150g Dark Chocolate 125g Butter 150g Sugar 2… Read More »