Recipes

The primary antioxidant lycopene is found in higher quantities in cooked tomatoes than raw, while spinach is rich in iron, magnesium and vitamin C.

Perfect for Mother's Day brunch! Strawberries, lemon zest and ricotta combine to make these incredibly light and fluffy muffins. They’re packed with protein to nourish and energise your body.

There is power in simplicity. The more life feels scattered, find simplicity in the things you can control. This dish is so simple and easy to make. It will convert anyone into a cauliflower lover!

For health and nutrition, it's hard to beat a tasty, home-made broth. Try this easy and nourishing recipe from Vicki Edgson and Heather Thomas.

This makes a wonderful breakfast with fresh blueberries and homemade almond milk or yogurt, but also it's rich enough to be eaten like a biscuit or muesli bar. Enjoy!

As the name implies, this cake should be light as air. It's a total chocolate fix, having so little else to keep it afloat … unless you count the 10 eggs of course.

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.

Buckwheat should perhaps be given a new name as it not a wheat at all, nor a grain. It's a seed of a plant related to rhubarb, and is gluten-free, high in protein, and full of micronutrients.

Sago can beautifully set a cold pudding without any gelatine. Light bulb moment!

I have an autumn birthday. I love this time of year when the leaves begin to turn and there’s crispness in the air, with the promise of warm jumpers and cozy evenings just around the corner.

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.

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.