Quick and tasty buckwheat porridge

Buckwheat is a gluten free and wheat free grain, packed full of protein and minerals. If you always make porridge with oats, try buckwheat as a change from the norm - a hearty and tasty breakfast awaits.

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Rainbow Spiralled ‘Spaghetti’

Get yourself a spiraliser! It is a phenomenal piece of kit and will transform a carrot, courgette and apple...To this.......In a matter of moments.Then you add a little dressing and chomp away. The beauty is, it's like you're eating a big bowl of tasty pasta and afterwards, you feel light and clean.Don't want to buy a spiraliser... Continue Reading →

Superfood Gazpacho

This recipe is a delight to make, delicious to eat and easy to watch! I think our video highlights how simple and quick this super hero of a recipe is.If you're looking for something fresh to whip up in moments which will leave you and your guests wanting second helpings then go for it.I filmed this... Continue Reading →

Bliss Bars

Yep, they look like something you'd feed to the birds! However these delightful chunks of super food come in really handy when you're on the go or just looking for a quick, sweet snack with your cuppa. They provide you with all your essential elements - protein, carbs and good fat. 1 cup mixed dates... Continue Reading →

…that's what it makes you do! The simplicity of this recipe is insane! Half cucumber (peeled unless organic) 1 large tomato Fresh dill Handful fresh, organic water cress Braggs Aminos or good quality Himalayan/sea salt Splash raw apple cider vinegar Extra Virgin Olive Oil or cold pressed one of your choice Chop the salad finely,... Continue Reading →

Simple Rice Milk

Making my own milk has been on the agenda for yonks. However, I presumed it'd take a bit more care and focus than I'm used to so I kept putting it off. Not the case. This vegan delight is basically cooked rice and water. I wanted to recreate Rice Dream as it's my favourite milk... Continue Reading →

This is a real treat. Something that tastes utterly creamy. It's worth making, just for the experience. You'll need to soak the cashews for at least 4 hours (preferably overnight), unless you're using a Vitamix or high powered blender. 1 cup cashews Filtered water 1/8 lemon (peeled) 2/3 tsp Himalayan salt/ good quality sea salt... Continue Reading →

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