No-Bake Plant Protein Power Brownies

Full of nutrients to help maintain healthy muscles and bones, as well as boost mood and energy levels, these brownies are my new favourite and something most people will easily be able to fit into their dietary needs. Simple to make, these will keep well in the fridge for a week or two, and areContinue reading “No-Bake Plant Protein Power Brownies”

Simple Balsamic & Honey Brussels

OK, so you may have had enough of them by now, but if there’s one festive food you can definitely include in a January health-kick, it is of course the humble sprout. High in antioxidants, fibre and vitamin K, they’re also incredible versatile, suitable for a host of different meals. Brussels sprouts also give aContinue reading “Simple Balsamic & Honey Brussels”

Post-Gym Apple Pie, Vanilla & Hazelnut Muffins

Hello 2019, and hello healthy new year’s resolutions! Make these snacks on a Sunday, and you’ll have a few delicious and protein-filled muffins to replenish your energy post-exercise. Apple puree is a useful ingredient to have in the cupboard when the time comes to make a dairy or egg-free dessert, cake or vegan biscuits. EasyContinue reading “Post-Gym Apple Pie, Vanilla & Hazelnut Muffins”

Easy Apple & Pear Chutney (V + low sugar)

Spice up these seasonal fruits and serve them along side a warming curry or festive platter of cheese and wine! (is it ok to say ‘festive’ in October?) Easy to make and with no refined sugar, this chutney will keep in the fridge for roughly a week, and will taste best a couple of daysContinue reading “Easy Apple & Pear Chutney (V + low sugar)”

Roast Red Cabbage & Apple

Wonderfully Autumnal and easy to prepare, this is a dish for plonking in the middle of the dinner table on cold evenings for everyone to try. Best served along-side seasonal squash or your Sunday roast, the addition of balsamic vinegar brings a welcome tangy-ness and zing to what can sometimes be a few months ofContinue reading “Roast Red Cabbage & Apple”

Autumn Chutney #1: Waste – Not Bitter Lemon, Honey & Ginger

Autumn is the time for warming meals and digestion-enhancing condiments, spiced chutneys and flavourful feasts. This recipe ticks all the boxes, and all the ingredients are especially talented at helping the body digest heavier meals. Think of this as part side-dish, part medicine. Naturally paired with a curry, this chutney includes lemon zest for itsContinue reading “Autumn Chutney #1: Waste – Not Bitter Lemon, Honey & Ginger”

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”

Easy Plant-Based Burgers

Packed with plant protein, fibre, vitamin D and magnesium, these burgers are anything but junk food. Whilst some vegan burgers contain artificial ingredients and lots of soy or quorn, these are made from real foods, and taste satisfyingly savoury. Pair with sweet potato or carrot wedges and salad, and wrap in a romaine leaf insteadContinue reading “Easy Plant-Based Burgers”

Coconut Fruit Crumble

Satisfying, delicious and warming, yet without the heaviness some crumble recipes can carry with them, this dessert / breakfast / anytime dish is full of fibre, plant based proteins, healthy fats, and no refined carbohydrates. The combination of ingredients mean this recipe is gluten free, suitable for anyone following a vegan diet, and is genuinelyContinue reading “Coconut Fruit Crumble”

Seasonal Spring Rhubarb & Watercress Smoothie Recipe

When we eat food that is in season, it’s often available in abundance (and therefore a little cheaper) and so much richer in taste. Foods lose flavour when they’ve been stored for a long time, whereas buying them when they’re in season allows them to provide their full, natural taste. Foods eaten in-season also containContinue reading “Seasonal Spring Rhubarb & Watercress Smoothie Recipe”