Buckwheat pancakes

  Pancakes are so easy to make and this recipe uses only a few ingredients.  Buckwheat flour can be found in your local health store or the health food section of some supermarkets. What's great about buckwheat is that it is gluten free, so it's good for anyone...

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Cee’s homemade granola

  There is nothing like the taste of homemade granola, fresh and full of goodness. It's a great kick start to the day, to boost those energy levels. It's low GL (glycemic load), helping to keep you fuller for longer so you shouldn't have any of those mid morning...

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Vietnamese Chicken Coconut Curry

I've taken this recipe from the Happy Pear recipe book and adapted it a bit by swapping the tempeh for chicken and I swapped the low fat coconut milk to full fat. Latest research is that there is a lack of evidence that links saturated fat to heart disease. On my 8...

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Broccoli pesto

Here is a handy recipe to up those greens. Green vegetables are alkalising and detoxing and important to have on our plates at least once a day.     It's really quick to make up and if stored in a sealed container in the fridge will keep for up to 1 week....

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Hummus and Aubergine Smash

Thanks to Domini Kemp for sharing this recipe which I immediately liked for it’s nutritious ingredients. Aubergines are an excellent source of dietary fiber and this recipe works well as a lunchtime option because it’s full of protein from the chickpeas helping to...

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Homemade chocolate treats (gluten & dairy free!)

These are gluten free, wheat free, dairy free and still yummy!! They definitely satisfy my chocolate cravings! They also pack a wonderful punch of health benefits! Raw Virgin Organic Coconut Oil has countless benefits that include helping with weight loss, acting as a...

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“Body cleansing” green juice

It is generally considered better to use more vegetable rather than fruit in combinations juices. Fruit juices tend to be more acidic and have a higher sugar content which can cause energy imbalances, strain the kidneys, plus weaken the enamel on our teeth! Vegetable...

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Chinese Brussel sprouts

Bored with plain boiled sprouts! Try pepping them up Chinese-style with this unusual stir-fried method. They are an excellent source of folic acid, vitamins C and K, and beta-carotene. Sprouts are also a very good source of vitamin B6, fibre, thiamine and potassium....

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Coconut and lentil Dhal with toasted almonds

This is my favourite lentil dish! Don't be put off by the long list of ingredients. Once you have stocked up on all the spices & herbs, it's just lentils, coconut milk and some veg. Try this dish on a meat free Monday. Lentils are an excellent source of...

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