Vietnamese veg curry

Vietnamese vegetarian curry (adapted from the Happy Pear’s first cookbook) A couple of days a week I opt for a meat free dinner and curries are my favourite go to option. I love the flavours from the spices along with the rainbow of colours from all the veg.  Having a...

Blueberry avocado smoothie

A great breakfast option that’s quick and easy to make.  Simply put all of the ingredients into your blender (e.g. Nutribullet) and voila, ready to drink! Full of antioxidants, magnesium, Omega 3 and monosaturated fats, this smoothie will help to balance your...

Phospholipid Smoothie

This smoothie is a good option for breakfast during a busy work week.  It’s full of good fats (Omega 3, 6 and 9’s) to help fuel your brain and will keep you full until lunchtime! Ingredients: ½ avocado ½ banana 1 tbsp Coconut oil 1 tbsp hemp oil or flax...

Quinoa & carrot salad

Ingredients (serves 1) 1/3 cup (60g) quinoa rinsed 1 large carrot grated 1 small tin of chickpeas Juice ½ lemon ¼ tsp allspice ¼ tsp honey 1 dessertspoon extra virgin olive oil 1 tbsp mint 1 tbsp dried cranberries or sultanas or pomegranate seeds Method To make the...

Curry chips – full of goodness!

Ok, so not your standard chip – these are made from Celeriac, sometimes called celery root or knob celery.  It’s an odd looking root vegetable that someone recently mentioned, looks a bit like a brain!  It has a taste similar to regular celery stalks, and can be...

Lovely Lemon Cake!

Thanks to Susan Jane White and her latest book “The Virtuous Tart” for this delicious recipe. It makes up 16 servings and I love the idea of adding in the turmeric to give it that bit of glow. It’s dairy free, gluten free, sugar free and still tastes...