Plant Based Beetroot Chocolate Muffins

Seasonal and completely satisfying, these chocolatey, gooey muffins are made with healthy ingredients and are SO easy to make. Suitable for most diets – including gluten free if you swap the spelt flour for gluten free flour – and entirely plant based. Beetroots are full of iron, potassium, fiber and vitamin C – they’re alsoContinue reading “Plant Based Beetroot Chocolate Muffins”

Banana, Beetroot & Cocoa Dessert

This dessert is perfect for when your muscles have been working extra hard and require a nutrient boost. Full of magnesium, potassium, nitric oxide, protein and antioxidants, this little pud is a pot of genuine superfood goodness. As a bonus, there are also lots of mood and energy-enhancing ingredients here too to keep you going.Continue reading “Banana, Beetroot & Cocoa Dessert”

Pink & Powerful Valentine Desserts

This recipe is full of antioxidants, circulation-boosting compounds and fibre, not to mention plenty of nitric oxide (google the benefits of it and you’ll find out just why this particular element might be a go-to on valentines day….) Simple to make and super healthy, you could really make it any day of the year toContinue reading “Pink & Powerful Valentine Desserts”

Beetroot Brownie

Beetroot season is almost here, along with cosy Autumnal evenings and plenty of grounding root vegetable goodness. High in iron, beets are a powerful yet humble vegetable, until they’re sliced into and everything is dyed red…. An uncommon ingredient in brownies, the beetroot here acts as the glue that sticks everything together, and gives aContinue reading “Beetroot Brownie”

Rose Tinted Biscuits

Despite the cold temperatures and reports of approaching snowfall, we can all have hope that Spring is indeed on the way! The daylight hours are slowly extending, and flower buds peep out waiting for an opportunity to bloom, and all the while the comfort food can seem way more appealing than the cleanses and saladsContinue reading “Rose Tinted Biscuits”

Energy Balls Three Ways

Keeping energy levels consistent throughout the week can be tricky. With many people dealing with high stress levels, insufficient sleep, and a diet which includes processed foods, chemicals and way too much refined sugar, it’s no wonder such a huge amount of us experience chronic low-level inflammation,. This in turn often develops into chronic disease such as diabetes,Continue reading “Energy Balls Three Ways”

Anti Inflammatory Ruby Red Juice

  Packed full of vitamin C and A, alkalising and anti-inflammatory, this juice is perfect for when you feel a cold coming on, or you’re suffering from any aches and pains. Having recently experimented with juicing, I can honestly say that adding a few juices a week to my diet has given me more energy, abilityContinue reading “Anti Inflammatory Ruby Red Juice”

Detox Pancakes

If you thought the words ‘detox’ and ‘pancakes’ could never make it into the same sentence, you’re in for a treat. This healthy brunch recipe is very low in sugar, high in protein and without any processed ingredients. Best of all, it will keep you warm, nourished and full, so you won’t even feel likeContinue reading “Detox Pancakes”

Avocado, Beetroot & Chocolate Breakfast Pudding: The A-B-C Of A Nutrient-Dense Breakfast

This is a breakfast treat that is actually a treat for your body. Full of nutrients and vitamins to help you start the day by taking care of yourself, therefore allowing you to be the best you can be and take care of others later. When I was in India last Winter, an ‘ABC’ wasContinue reading “Avocado, Beetroot & Chocolate Breakfast Pudding: The A-B-C Of A Nutrient-Dense Breakfast”

Simple, Seasonal Balsamic Roast Veg (October)

Eating seasonally and locally means we’re consuming foods when they’re highest in nutrients and haven’t had to be transported thousands of miles overseas. The closer we can make the gap between the origin of what we eat and the plate we eat it off, the more we save the earth’s resources – so you’re beingContinue reading “Simple, Seasonal Balsamic Roast Veg (October)”