On a hot summer day, it’s a delicious (and healthy) way to feed that afternoon craving. Plus, if you’re like me and always seem to have a pile of ripe bananas in your freezer, this is a great way to use them. Read more
Is there a prettier way to start your day than with this fresh and fruity smoothie bowl?
Everyone loves an oven-baked jacket potato. That savoury-sweet taste is a true home comfort.
Quintessentially British and perfect with a pot of tea, there's little in life that can beat a sultana scone.
This is my go-to recipe for when I'm hungry and in a hurry, as it is fast, simple, and totally satisfying.
Are you ready to start the New Year in a state of health, joy, and vitality? This smoothie is filled with nutrients, protein, and good fats, and is designed to give you long lasting energy.
A luscious cake that’s bursting with real fruit goodness! It’s loaded with fresh chunks of sunny pineapple and scented with vanilla, capturing the magical essence of tropical paradise by the ocean.
The perfect strawberry tart that’s just right for entertaining or summertime picnics. I love that it’s not too sweet and it’s also gluten-free.
An indulgent twist on a classic favourite, these gingerbread men help spread the Christmas cheer. The antioxidants from the cacao helps to naturally boost the feel-good chemicals in the body.
Love cold soups as much as I do? Here's a recipe that will make you forget that gazpacho is supposed to have tomatoes.
The macadamia nuts and oil mean you’re taking on board fantastic monounsaturated fat plus oleic acid and the nutrient squalene, which will feed the skin so nicely.
This is a lovely, super-simple way of getting your good fats in. Crisp and satisfying.
Most Dutch baby recipes use lots of butter and cream. This is a lighter version that uses coconut oil and almond milk, but tastes every bit as indulgent.
Macadamia nuts are full of proteins and good fats needed for shiny hair and strong nails, plus they are a great source of palmitoleic acid, which hydrates and heals skin.
This is a great little starter. A note of caution, though: check with your fishmonger that the tuna is very fresh. If in any doubt, leave it out!