Berry Chia Spiced Smoothie

Berry Chia Spiced Smoothie

I really like breakfast smoothies. This one is full of low glycaemic berries, seeds and even anti-inflammatory turmeric for good measure. ⠀⠀⠀ It is thickened with chia and flax seeds, rather than banana, to keep the sugar level down and is bursting with phytoestrogens...

Flaxseed Rolls

Flaxseed Rolls

Nutritionist Dominique Ludwig shares her completely gluten-free, flaxseed roll recipe.

Chia Porridge

Chia Porridge

Chai seed porridge can be eaten HOT or COLD which makes it really versatile. I use around 3-4 dessertspoons of chia per serving. Use as much of the milk as you need as chia seeds can vary in how much they absorb. Chia constains plenty of prebiotic fibre which is great...

Gluten Free Treacle Tart with Orange and Pistacio no-churn Ice Cream

Gluten Free Treacle Tart with Orange and Pistacio no-churn Ice Cream

Download this recipe by clicking HERE This recipe came about because I just haven't seen a gluten-free version of this recipe, so I decided to change this! Treacle tart is the comfort food with a 1970's vibe and is associated with my childhood as my grandmother used...

Orange and Pistachio No-Churn Ice Cream

Orange and Pistachio No-Churn Ice Cream

Many bought ice creams are merely a concoction of skimmed milk, stabilisers, emulsifiers and flavourings. So while this is not one of my healthiest recipes, it is certainly an upgrade on many supermarket frozen ice creams. I also love middle eastern food, which is...

Treacle Tart – Gluten-Free

Treacle Tart – Gluten-Free

I haven't seen a recipe for gluten-free treacle tart, so I decided to make my own! I mean, how hard can it be? Normally all my recipes are uber-healthy, so I have deviated about as far as I can from my ‘normal’ here and just jumped in and made this naughty recipe that...

Red Lentil Polpette

Red Lentil Polpette

This is a wonderful plant based recipe that can be used in a variety of ways. These plant based (meat-free) nuggets can be eaten in the following ways : With a salad and a tahini dressing As a protein based snack with a tahini dressing As croutons with a soup As...

Red Lentil Polpette

Red Lentil Polpette

This is a wonderful plant based recipe that can be used in a variety of ways. These plant based (meat-free) nuggets can be eaten in the following ways : With a salad and a tahini dressing As a protein based snack with a tahini dressing As croutons with a soup As...

Snickerz ‘Chickpea’ Mini Ice-Creams

Snickerz ‘Chickpea’ Mini Ice-Creams

This Ice cream can be served in 3 different ways. My favourite is the mini-ice cream version as yu don'g have to worry about defrosting slightly before serving. I also quite like the bombs  which take me back to my childhood and Ice Magic (remember that?) - except...

Red Velvet Bliss Balls

Red Velvet Bliss Balls

These vibrant bliss balls are deliciously chocolatey, but also have all the benefits of the beetroot. Beetroots are a rich source of many vital nutrients, such as vitamin C, folate, calcium and iron. Their rich colour comes from pigments called anthocyanins which are...

Mushroom and Lentil Bolognese

Mushroom and Lentil Bolognese

This is a meat-free meal and has some great umami flavours which mean that you don’t even miss the meat. It is also surprisingly filling. You can of course keep it plant-based, but I like to top up the lentil protein with 20g grated Parmesan cheese per portion, but...

Seeded Granola (low sugar)

Seeded Granola (low sugar)

Seeded Granola This version of granola is low in sugar and contains less than half the carbs of regular granola. Did you know a typical bowl of granola contains around 20-28g sugar (that is 5-7 teaspoons)? Adults are recommended to consume no more than 7-8 teaspoons a...

Chocolate Brownie Bites

Chocolate Brownie Bites

These are a cross between a healthy chocolate brownie and a power ball.They can be made two ways. Either rolled into bite-sized balls and sprinkled with ground pistachios and cranberries, or for the super deluxe double chocolate brownie truffle version, they can be...

Nut Milks

Nut Milks

Cashew, Almond, Pumpkin seed, Sunflower seed, walnut, Macademia... you can make nut milks out of just about any larger nuts and seeds. Why not give some of these a whirl? Click here for my NUT milk recipes as well as the recipe for my cashew, strawberry smoothie.CLICK...

Valentines Bliss Balls

Valentines Bliss Balls

The vibrant pink colour here comes from pitaya powder. This is made from the dried red dragon fruit which has the most gorgeous pink flesh. The powder is available from health food stores and online and gives everything it touches a vibrant pink colour. Ingredients:...

Pumpkin Seed Butter

Pumpkin Seed Butter

If you are tired of peanut butter, then why not try something NEW. Nut butters are easy to make if you have a food processor. If you make your own, you can be sure that all the ingredients are fantastic, especially where extra oils need to be added. You can also...

Matcha Bliss Balls

Matcha Bliss Balls

These can be a quick after lunch pick-me-up with a cup or tea or coffee. They are super easy to make and are a fantastic colour.Matcha, just like green tea comes from the Camellia sinensis plant. However, it is grown differently.The tea plants are covered during the...

Cauliflower and Chickpea Curry with Broccoli Rice

Cauliflower and Chickpea Curry with Broccoli Rice

Cauliflower and Chickpea Curry with Broccoli Rice, serves 4-6. I just love this recipe, but probably the main reason is because it contains around 500g of veggies per portion. It also contains good amounts of plant proteins (around 18g protein per serve), 300mg...

Roasted Vegetable, Feta and Puy Lentil Salad

Roasted Vegetable, Feta and Puy Lentil Salad

Roasted Vegetable , Feta and Puy Lentil  Salad CLICK HERE FOR FREE FULL COLOUR RECIPE DOWNLOAD A perfectly filling salad for Renew Reset Recharge® using a combination of two proteins; Puy lentils and Feta. The sweetness of the roasted beetroot and carrots compliments...

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Veganuary – Plant Based Nutrition and Recipe Books

Veganuary – Plant Based Nutrition and Recipe Books

Veganuary and how to do it right! I’ve  worked with many clientsin clinic managing their plant-based diets. From star-studded celebrities to the likes of you and me! So, if you are thinking about doing Veganuary this year, here is some invaluable information that also...

Transform Now January 2022

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Tomato and Carrot Soup with Halloumi Croutons

Tomato and Carrot Soup with Halloumi Croutons

This soup is one if my lunches from my Renew Reset Recharge® Programme. It's a great way to make soup a filling lunch option. The problem with just eating soup and bread is that it doesnt fill you up because soups usually are a great source of vegetables and fibre,...

Snowballs

Snowballs

SNOWBALLS These snowballs are a great treat. They contain no added sugar, but do contain natural sugars in the dates or figs. I like to used soft dreid figs in mine as I think they can give a more gooey texture, but Medjool dates are also a great choice. Each...

Multiseed Loaf

Multiseed Loaf

Multiseed Loaf This naturally gluten-free bread is made almost entirely from nuts and seeds. It is also milk-free and egg-free and completely plant based. This produces a heavier loaf, more akin to a Scandinavian style bread, better suited to an open sandwich, but one...

Black Bean Brownies

Black Bean Brownies

Black Bean Brownies These brownies are gooey, soft and delicious and even better, you would never know that they contain two tins of black beans! They are also gluten and wheat free and super fast to make. The recipe is not too sweet—so if you like your brownies...

Black Bean Brownies

Black Bean Brownies

Black Bean Brownies If you fancy something sweet, but want to eat healthily the you will love this recipe. It is gooey and soft, and you would never guess about the beans unless someone told you. I have done the maths (so you dont have to) and come up with the...

Seed and Nut Bread

Seed and Nut Bread

Seed and Nut Bread This has to be hands-down the BEST gluten-free bread I have ever made. Made entirely from nutrient dense nuts and seeds and using eggs to give it a bread like texture, this bread is amazing eaten with just about anything! Best of all the sunflower...

Sweet Potato and Butternut Brunch

Sweet Potato and Butternut Brunch

This dish is GLUTEN-FREE, so if you struggle with bread, wheat or gluten, this makes a great alternative so that no one misses out. Making meals that are naturally gluten or wheat-free means that there is no need for wheat 'substitutes' and the quality is usually...

Savoury Flapjacks

Savoury Flapjacks

Savoury Flapjacks! With Halloween just around the corner, here is a fantastic savoury option for Halloween treats. These savoury flapjacks contain all the Halloween flavours and are made from whole oats, Parmesan cheese, pumpkin seeds, butternut squash, carrots and...

Omega 3 Fats

Omega 3 Fats

Did you know that omega 3 fats are not created equal? Some are better than others but which ones? Find out with this informative video by Dominique Ludwig. CIick here to listen.

Beetroot Hummus

Beetroot Hummus

This vibrant hummus goes perfectly with my edamame falafels and makes for a really colourful meal. Ingredients: 400g tin chickpeas 4 cooked baby beetroots 2 tablespoons tahini 2 tablespoons lemon juice (or juice of 1 lemon with grated zest) 2 tablespoons or 30ml extra...

Edamame Falafels with Tahini Dressing

Edamame Falafels with Tahini Dressing

I made up this recipe as something unique for my Renew Reset Recharge® programme and wanted to make a falafel from something other than just chickpeas. These falafels can be adapted for people who find beans and chickpeas hard to digest, simply change the chickpea...

Breakfast Egg Muffins

Breakfast Egg Muffins

Breakfast muffins are so easy to make and are great for breakfast on the go, especially when you are intermittent fasting. If you are still being strict on the Renew Reset Recharge® programme and are aiming to continue losing weight, just stick to a plain egg omelette...

Chickpea ‘Snickers’ Style Ice Cream – Plant Based

Chickpea ‘Snickers’ Style Ice Cream – Plant Based

Chickpea 'Snickers' Style Ice Cream - Plant Based This ice cream has a very unusual ingredient—canned chickpeas! Hear me out with this, as there is method to my madness. Chickpeas are very creamy (think hummus) and also contain protein, fibre, phytoestrogens and...

Dragon Fruit  (Pitaya) Bliss Balls

Dragon Fruit (Pitaya) Bliss Balls

Dragon Fruit (Pitaya) Bliss Balls These are a bit of fun as they are so brightly coloured. The great thing about dragon fruit powder is that it is completely natural so you get all the colour, without any of the bad stuff. It is quite easy to get hold of through the...

Chocolate and Cauliflower Protein Shake

Chocolate and Cauliflower Protein Shake

Chocolate and Cauliflower Protein Shake This idea happened because I had too many cauliflowers in my fridge. I decided to freeze one in florets as an experiment to see if this works. This completely works, I promise. And I didn’t need to cook the cauliflower first, I...

Creamy Lemon Ice Cream—vegan, no churn, instant

Creamy Lemon Ice Cream—vegan, no churn, instant

Creamy Lemon Ice Cream—vegan, no churn, instant This is a quick, four ingredient ice cream that is ready instantly and does not need freezing or churning. This is because 3 of the ingredients are already pre-frozen. The result is a super creamy and soft ice cream, but...

Indian Pudas- Chickpea Based Pizzas

Indian Pudas- Chickpea Based Pizzas

These little pizzas take a step away from stodgy traditional pizzas and turns a pizza into something that fits the principles of Renew Reset Recharge®. Traditionally a Puda is an Indian spiced chickpea pancake with vegetables. The base is made from chickpea flour,...

Butternut Soup with Beetroot and Cumin Croutons

Butternut Soup with Beetroot and Cumin Croutons

Butternut Soup with Beetroot and Cumin Croutons Ingredients, serves 4 1 tablespoon olive oil2 cloves garlic, crushed1 onion, finely chopped3cm piece ginger, grated1 teaspoon cumin1 teaspoon curry powder or garam masala1/2 teaspoon turmeric1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper1...

Valentine Bliss Balls

Valentine Bliss Balls

Ingredients: 175g Medjool Dates, stoned 150g ground almonds 25g dried coconut 1 tablespoon Pitaya powder 1 tablespoon chia seeds 250g dark or white chocolate Method Add all the ingredients to a food processor and process until smooth. The mixture should stick together...

No-Tuna Mayonnaise

No-Tuna Mayonnaise

We all know that we should be trying to incorporate more naturally plant based meals into our week. I love doing this, but also want to know that my macronutrients are well balanced and that the meal is nutrient rich. Most vegan swaps tend to be a poor replacement...

Date and Peanut Bombs

Date and Peanut Bombs

These treats are so simple, yet so divine, you will think you are eating something really decadent! It is important to use Medjool dates as they are soft and chewy (a bit like toffee) which give these treats their distinct texture – other dates can be used, but the...

Butternut Squash Chips

Butternut Squash Chips

Ingredients 1 butternut squash, cut into batons or cut with a crinkle cutter 1 tablespoon olive oil sea salt Method Turn oven to 200°C Peel the butternut squash and cut onto longer batons or crinkle cut. Pop onto a baking tray and massage in the olive oil and a little...

Spiced Poached Pears

Spiced Poached Pears

Poached pears usually involve cooking them in a red wine dredged sugar syrup. While this might taste divine as a treat, I wanted to create something light that can be eaten regularly as a dessert, that is just healthy and not sugary. The star anise really lifts the...

Edamame Hummus

Edamame Hummus

Ingredients 300g edamame beans, defrosted 50g tahini paste 3 tablespoons lemon juice 1 garlic clove 1 tablespoon Tamari soya sauce pinch Himalayan salt 1 tablespoon extra Virgin olive oil 1 tablespoon toasted sesame oil If required, 1-2 tablespoons cold water Method:...

Pulled Pork with Cauliflower Mash and Apple Sauce

Pulled Pork with Cauliflower Mash and Apple Sauce

There are lots of ways of cooking pulled pork, but I just cook it traditionally in the oven. Pulled pork shrinks quite a bit in the oven so allow more weight per person than you would if you were cooking a pork fillet Ingredients 1 shoulder of pork (around 200g per...

Green Smoothie Pancakes

Green Smoothie Pancakes

Green Smoothie Pancakes Ingredients, serves 4 140g rolled oats1 banana (100g approx.)80g spinach50g cottage cheese1 egg80ml almond milk1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract1/2 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda Method Blitz the oats in a food processor for 30 seconds until they...

Berry Chia Spiced Smoothie

Berry Chia Spiced Smoothie

I really like breakfast smoothies. This one is full of low glycaemic berries, seeds and even anti-inflammatory turmeric for good measure. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀It is thickened with chia and flax seeds rather than banana to keep the sugar level down and is bursting with...

Carrot and Hazelnut Soaked Oats

Carrot and Hazelnut Soaked Oats

Carrot Cake Soaked Oats I love trying to eat vegetables at breakfast. Carrots are an easy breakfast choice as they are naturally sweet. Ingredients, serves 1 30g-50g oats 1 teaspoon chia seeds 1 carrot, grated 1 apple, grated 10g hazelnuts 200-350ml milk (dairy or...

Supergreen Soup with Green Walnut Pesto

Supergreen Soup with Green Walnut Pesto

Supergreen Soup Ingredients, serves 3-4 30ml olive oil 2 cloves garlic 1 white onion or 3 shallots, finely diced 1 head of broccoli (around 300g) cut into florets 150g frozen peas 700ml vegetable or chicken stock 1 bag of washed, organic baby spinach 1 handful of...

Beef Bolognese with Courgettini

Beef Bolognese with Courgettini

Beef Bolognese with Courgettini Bolognese is normally accompanied with pasta. Many people ask me why I don’t put pasta on my programme. The main reason is that I view pasta as a treat and not an everyday food. It is low in fibre and is a refined carbohydrate. It is...

Tzatziki

Tzatziki

Tzatziki Ingredients 250g full-fat Greek yogurt ½ cucumber, grated 1 small clove garlic Salt and pepper Method Grate the cucumber and remove any excess liquid by squeezing it slightly in a clean tea-towel or muslin cloth. Stir the garlic and cucumber into the Greek...

Chicken Tikka Kebabs with Tzatziki

Chicken Tikka Kebabs with Tzatziki

Chicken Tikka Kebabs Ingredients- Serves 2 2 free range or organic chicken breasts 2 bell peppers, cut into chunks 2 medium red onions, cut into 8 pieces 4 tablespoons plain yogurt 2 tablespoons tikka curry paste Method Mix the yogurt and tikka paste together in a...

Overnight Oats – Bircher Museli

Overnight Oats – Bircher Museli

Bircher Muesli, Overnight Oats A cool and refreshing breakfast for the summer.  Oats contain soluble fibre and are also actually a good source of protein at 12-15g / 100g. This can be made the evening before. Ingredients, serves 1 50g rolled oats 200-350ml milk (dairy...

Red Lentil and Coconut Dhal

Red Lentil and Coconut Dhal

This is comfort in a bowl and can be eaten on its own or with cauliflower rice during Renew Reset Recharge®. I like to use organic spinach as spinach can have higher levels of pesticides and is often seen on the dirty dozen list. This recipe has coconut milk in it, so...

Cauliflower Tabbouleh

Cauliflower Tabbouleh

Cauliflower TabboulehHow to eat half a plate of veggies - make a cauliflower tabbouleh! This works perfectly with my Renew Reset Recharge® programme and it worked really well with Thai fish cakes. Ingredients - Serves 4 1 head of cauliflower1/2 cucumber20 cherry...

Thai Fish Cakes

Thai Fish Cakes

These fish cakes are bursting with flavour and are made with pure fish, unlike fish cakes that are often made with more potato than fish. Ingredients - Serves 4 600g fish such as a mixture of salmon and cod 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 garlic cloves, crushed 3 cm ginger,...

Raw Snickers Bars

Raw Snickers Bars

Raw Snickers Bars These gooey treats are absolutely delicious and contain nothing but healthy ingredients. They do still contain natural sugars and calories, so if you are going for weight loss, you may want to hold back on this recipe until after the 28 days are up!...

Cashew Nut Smoothie

Cashew Nut Smoothie

Cashew Nut Smoothie, plant based idea This is a way of using nuts or seeds as a protein source at breakfast. Unlike some nut milks, this is not strained, but stays thick and creamy. You can choose any nut or seed for this milk. I have successfully made nut and seed...

Sea Bream with Chinese Spices

Sea Bream with Chinese Spices

This recipe brings life to white fish. You can use any white fish. At time of writing the most sustainable white fish is European Hake, Haddock, Atlantic Cod and Monkfish. This would work with any white fish and possibly also a mild mackerel. Ingredients - Serves 4 4...

Almond and Sunflower Muesli

Almond and Sunflower Muesli

This is a traditional German breakfast I learned when I lived in Munich for a number of years.  Ingredients, serves 2 70-100g mixed nut and seeds e.g. almonds and sunflower seeds. Pumpkin seeds with Brazil nuts work well too. 1 apple or other fruit, roughly chopped or...

Pea Hummus

Pea Hummus

A fun take on traditional hummus. The peas make this hummus light and creamy. It works well with white fish, bean burgers / falafels, salmon, tofu and even cheese. As an accompaniment, a dip or on some sourdough. It can even be your protein part of the meal if you...

Curried Chickpea Burgers

Curried Chickpea Burgers

  This recipe evolved after some experimenting in the kitchen. I love a good bean burger, but want the flavour to be robust as beans can be a little bland. For Renew Reset Recharge® this meal counts as your carbohydrate and protein all in one, so no extra carbs...

Tofu Scramble

Tofu Scramble

This is a great alternative if you are intolerant to eggs or choose not to eat eggs for any other reason. Tofu is also a fantastic source of calcium. Ingredients, serves 2 2 teaspoons olive oil 225g natural tofu 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast (with added B12 if...

Harissa Hummus

Harissa Hummus

This is a great way of spicing up your hummus into something different. To make it suitable for my Renew Reset Recharge® Programme, reduce the amount of oil to around 20ml and add a little water to make it smooth and creamy. Harissa paste is mostly made from roasted...

Halloumi and Chickpea Salad

Halloumi and Chickpea Salad

This salad is surprisingly filling. It can be served with a sweet potato, in a wrap or just as it is, so it is versatile enough for the whole family. This is also a great packed lunch recipe! Ingredients 2 tins of chickpeas, rinsed and drained 250g pack of halloumi...

Vegan Chilli with Cauliflower Rice

Vegan Chilli with Cauliflower Rice

Vegan Chilli with Cauliflower Rice Ingredients, serves 4 2 onions, finely diced 2 cloves garlic, crushed 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 teaspoons cumin 1 teaspoon coriander 1 teaspoon chilli powder 3 medium carrots, diced 2 red peppers, diced 2 tins red kidney beans, rinsed...

Curried Red Lentil, Apple and Sweet Potato Soup

Curried Red Lentil, Apple and Sweet Potato Soup

Gorgeous, delicious red lentil and curry soup. This soup is a bit more than just a soup as it contains some carbs in the form of the sweet potato (so no extra bread allowed if you are trying to lose a few pounds). You may switch the sweet potato for extra butternut...

Cypriot Lemon Bean Soup

Cypriot Lemon Bean Soup

Beans are great in a soup. You can thicken most soups, using a tin of beans and pureeing it, but this soup keeps the beans whole. This is based on a traditional Cypriot soup, often eaten for lunch with extra virgin olive oil and chunks of fresh bread. I used to eat...

Rainbow Salad

Rainbow Salad

Rainbow Salad This colourful salad is a far cry from the sad looking coleslaw you see in the supermarket. By breaking the paradigm and removing the mayonnaise (which, let’s face it, just makes everything a bit soggy) and by adding in some tangy lemon juice and sesame...

Cauliflower Mash

Cauliflower Mash

Cauliflower mash is a great way of enjoying all the comfort of mashed potato with all the goodness of vegetables. This recipe is more flavoursome than potato mash in my opinion, and much better for you! Cauliflower is a cruciferous vegetable. Cruciferous vegetables...

Seed and Nut Loaf

Seed and Nut Loaf

This has to be hands-down the BEST gluten-free bread I have ever made. Made entirely from nutrient dense nuts and seeds and using eggs to give it a bread like texture, this bread is amazing eaten with dips (white bean and feta in the photo) as well as with soup....

Butternut, Sweet Potato, Quinoa and Chickpea Curry

Butternut, Sweet Potato, Quinoa and Chickpea Curry

This meal is a real one pot – no rice required. It is like a hearty warming soup and a curry all in one. Packed with protein from the chickpeas and quinoa it will keep you full up between meals. Ingredients, serves 6• 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil (EVOO)• 1...

Gratitude Smoothie

Gratitude Smoothie

Smoothies don’t fill you up! but THIS ONE DOES! This combination of chia and flax seeds adds proteins, healthy fats and soluble fibre to the smoothie which all work to keep us full up.

Peanut Butter Banana Bread

Peanut Butter Banana Bread

Peanut Butter Banana Bread Vegan, Gluten-free if made using gluten-free flour This is adapted from a Madeleine Shaw Recipe, but is a firm favourite in my household. I have made some adjustments. Firstly, I am not a fan of using so much coconut oil. A little is great,...

Cauliflower, Leek and Mustard Soup

Cauliflower, Leek and Mustard Soup

Cauliflower, Leek and Mustard Soup This soup is really filling and great for a cold autumn day. This recipe tastes really indulgent and a combination of the Dijon mustard and the cauliflower give it a cheese–like flavour. The fresh thyme really gives it an edge....

Chicken with Tarragon and Dijon Mustard

Chicken with Tarragon and Dijon Mustard

This is one of my easiest and simplest chicken recipes. I love the warm taste of tarragon combined with the Dijon mustard. It has a taste of French cuisine and is a great way of using up any roast chicken leftovers! You can jazz this recipe up for a dinner party by...

Chocolate Torte (wheat and gluten-free)

Chocolate Torte (wheat and gluten-free)

This cake tastes incredible and is completely grain, wheat and gluten-free. It uses hazelnuts and almonds as a base with 70% dark chocolate. I am not saying cake is healthy- BUT you can make it healthier by choosing a recipe that is not just sugar, butter and white...

Tomato and Carrot Soup with Halloumi Croutons

Tomato and Carrot Soup with Halloumi Croutons

This soup is beyond divine. I make it with fresh tomatoes, carrots, a few red lentils and some cayenne pepper. These delicious Halloumi croutons are the brainchild of Melissa Hemsley and are so delicious that I have had to share them! If you are dairy free replace...

Cod served with Tomato, Ginger and Garlic

Cod served with Tomato, Ginger and Garlic

Ingredients, serves 4 4 pieces cod loin or any other firm white fish 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 onion, finely chopped or 2 shallots 4 cloves garlic 2 thumb sized pieces ginger, grated (around 50g) 400g fresh tomatoes, diced, or 1 tin 1 small red chilli pepper 2...

Butternut, Chickpea, Feta and Rocket Salad

Butternut, Chickpea, Feta and Rocket Salad

This is one of my favourite winter salads. The turmeric dressing adds warmth to the salad and makes it feel even more satisfying. Ingredients, serves 4 1 butternut squash (choose one with a long bulb if possible) 1 tablespoon olive oil Few sprigs thyme 1 large bag...

Butternut and Sweetcorn Soup

Butternut and Sweetcorn Soup

Butternut and Sweetcorn Soup This soup uses butternut and sweetcorn to make it a thick and creamy soup. Ingredients, serves 4-6 1 white onion, finely chopped 2 cloves garlic, crushed 2 tablespoons olive oil and butter (a mixture prevents the butter burning) 1...

Sunshine Soup – Carrot, Sweet Potato Orange, Turmeric

Sunshine Soup – Carrot, Sweet Potato Orange, Turmeric

Sunshine Soup - Carrot, Butternut, Orange, Turmeric, serves 4 This soup is light but warming. It was a culmination of ingredients I had in my fridge and fruit bowl and is the ultimate comfort food. The freshly ground pepper contains piperine which enhances the...

Salmon with a Quinoa, Lemon and Walnut Crust

Salmon with a Quinoa, Lemon and Walnut Crust

This recipe is a staple in our household and can be enjoyed hot or cold. You can easily double this recipe up and use it on a whole side of salmon. This is great for when you have friends over. It is almost too simple, but always tastes amazing.  It contains protein,...

Peanut Fudge – sugar-free

Peanut Fudge – sugar-free

Sugar Free Peanut Fudge I have actually made this completely sugar free for a diabeticfriend of mine and they were still absolutely amazing. The peanut part iscompletely sugar free and the sweetness comes purely from the almond milk andcoconut oil. Genius! The topping...

Beetroot Bliss Balls

Beetroot Bliss Balls

These bliss balls are just so vibrant and taste chocolatey and sweet. I couldn’t actually believe how good they tasted when I first made up this recipe! I even think any beetroot haters out there would love these! Ingredients 250g raw, peeled beetroot, roughly chopped...

Carrot Cake Bliss Balls

Carrot Cake Bliss Balls

Carrot Cake Bliss Balls I am the queen of sneaking vegetables into places they don’t usually belong and this bliss ball recipe is a great example of how to eat more veg! These balls are truly delicious and whilst they still contain sugar from the dates or apricots...

Spinach and Feta Souffles

Spinach and Feta Souffles

This is seriously the easiest soufflé recipe I have ever tried and can be rustled up in less than 30 minutes. What is great is that you can make more and keep them for the next day! Ingredients, serves 4 6 medium eggs 150g feta cheese large handful organic spinach...

Beetroot Smash

Beetroot Smash

Beetroot Smash I am always looking for tasty dips / spreads to add to my food. I just love adding 3 things to each of my meals and love to add different colours and flavours to my plate. This has lots of advantages – firstly it increases the amount of different foods...

Raw Carrot Hummus

Raw Carrot Hummus

Carrot Hummus A nice alternative to chickpea hummus. This version is deliciously light and is tasty as a dip or just to have on the side of the plate. This does well with many vegetarian and vegan meals as well as cheese as it has a slightly sweet flavour. Ingredients...

Savoury Flapjacks

Savoury Flapjacks

Savoury Flapjacks (gluten-free) 200g carrots, finely grated 200g courgettes, finely grated 200g Parmesan or Pecorino cheese, finely grated using a special Parmesan grater 200g gluten-free porridge oats 1 medium onion, finely chopped 2 medium eggs Small bunch of fresh...

Berry Smoothie Bowl

Berry Smoothie Bowl

Berry Smoothie Bowl – light breakfastoption Açai is a superfood berry that is bright red in colour. It adds a strong colour as well as being an antioxidant food. Beetroot is a much less expensive alternative rich in anthocyanins and natural nitrates and is also a...

Green Goddess Bowl

Green Goddess Bowl

Green Goddess Bowl Ingredients 1 apple, cored 1 handful spinach leaves ½ frozen banana ½ ripe avocado Juice of 1 lime 1 teaspoon green superfood powder I dessertspoon Tahini or almond butter 150ml coconut water or plain water Method Put all in ingredients in a food...

Beetroot soaked oats

Beetroot soaked oats

Beetroots are a superfood in their own right, and are much cheaper than freeze dried berries such as acai or gogi. Beetroots are rich in anthocyanins (which give them their beautiful colour and have powerful antioxidant properties) and also natural nitrates which work...

Huevos Rancheros

Huevos Rancheros

Huevos Rancheros with Guacamole Ingredients, serves 2 4 eggs1 small bag spinachlarge handful of chopped coriander Tomato sauce1 red onion, peeled and diced1 tablespoon olive oil, ghee or coconut oil2 garlic cloves, crushed2 red peppers, deseeded and cut into strips1...

Avocado Toast with Spicy Seeds

Avocado Toast with Spicy Seeds

Avocado Toast with Spicy Seeds The problem with avocado on toast for me is that it doesn't contain enough protein. This can mean that traditional avo- toast doesn't fill us up for long enough. Adding the seeds increases the nutrient content - think zinc, iron,...