Seasonal Butternut Squash & Carrot Pasta Sauce (V+GF)

  It’s Autumn, it’s cold, and it’s time for some hearty, warming dishes. What it’s also time for however, is lots and lots of vitamins and minerals, which can be denatured and lost when we cook foods and heat them to a high temperature. By gently steaming the squash, and then simply blending all theContinue reading “Seasonal Butternut Squash & Carrot Pasta Sauce (V+GF)”

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”

Carrot Cake & Coconut Energy Balls

Oats: Help to boost mood levels and provide sustainable, slow-release energy Grated Carrot: Great for removing toxins from the liver and providing an abundance of vitamin A Cashews: Natural mood-boosters Cinnamon: A powerful antioxidant and blood-sugar balancer Raw Honey: Full of antioxidants and helpful for maintaining digestive health Dates: High in fiber and potassium, andContinue reading “Carrot Cake & Coconut Energy Balls”

Apple & Fennel Summer Slaw Recipe

A very healthy, fresh alternative to the traditional coleslaw; this salad is brilliant at BBQs and works well as a side with your mid-week meal. Apples and carrots are effective liver-cleansers, and walnuts provide essential omega 3 healthy fats to boost brain power! Make a large batch at the beginning of the week and youContinue reading “Apple & Fennel Summer Slaw Recipe”

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)”