Comfort food. This is one of my favourites. Last week I had the worst cold in ages, I could barely walk around for 20 minutes, and I certainly didn’t want to cook anything. Or eat anything. But also, I wanted to eat every single thing on earth all at once. Yeah it was one of… Continue reading Salmon & spinach gnocchi
I love chilli. Hearty and happy, it’s one of those meals that everyone (and I mean everyone, veggies look over here at my vegetable chilli) enjoys eating. We have chilli most weeks in our house – it’s a great weekday meal as usually it’ll do a few meals – and usually tastes better the second… Continue reading Turkey Mince. Lean, mean, clean.
If I could eat one thing every single day for the rest of my life, chilli would probably be it. It ticks every single box for me: spicy, warm, filling, and really darn easy to make. Recently we’ve been eating vegetable chilli quite often, it’s a really easy way to get extra vegetables into your… Continue reading Vegetable and bean spicy chilli
I could eat ramen every single day quite happily. Takes no time to make, it’s so incredibly healthy, and you feel full and warm and happy afterwards. The best bit is you can add any vegetables or protein that you like. I’m pretty boring and I make it or order it the same way every… Continue reading Chilli chicken ramen
A super easy and light weekday dinner, or a top starter for a dinner party (just halve the recipe per person!).
An alternative to cauliflower pizza if you’re craving. It’s super easy to make, gluten free and by using quinoa you’re still getting protein into your diet. Quinoa is a whole grain so breaks down slower, giving you more energy for longer and no spikes. Great! Makes 2 pizzas Base: 3/4 cup quinoa 1 large egg Salt and… Continue reading Quinoa Pizza – gluten free!
Clean, paleo spaghetti carbonara recipe.
All hail the bean burger. This is a great weekday dinner; so simple to put together and full of good energy. Now Autumn is drawing in, these are the sorts of hearty meals you need after a long day at work. Serve with peas and sweet potato fries for a great ‘kids dinner’. Happiness.
We had a family meal the other month and I volunteered to cook for everyone to show them what clean eating is like. It was a big hit, I made spelt bread and hummus to start, and healthy “Eton Mess” for dessert (both recipes coming soon), and for mains I made this: Mediterranean fish bake. It’s… Continue reading Baked Mediterranean fish with tomato, olive and red onion
I love curry. It’s really easy to make clean and healthy, and no matter which type you make it is filled with flavour. I could eat curry all day every day. I think it comes from my Mum making the most delicious curries when I was small (although I don’t think her’s were healthy…), and… Continue reading Beef curry