Carrot noodles with quinoa ‘meat’balls

Another one on the site for Honestly Healthy! When you’re craving a big bowl of pasta but want something a bit lighter Carrot Noodles could be your answer. Carrot noodles are wonderfully tasty, if you cook them only for a few minutes they become soft whilst remaining slightly crunchy. Trust me once you’ve tried it…

Breakfast Sundae

A totally naughty looking healthy breakfast sundae full of nourishing ingredients. Chocolate granola, dairy free cashew yoghurt and berries, each individual element can be kept in your fridge and used to make different breakfasts throughout the week. From simple yoghurt and berries to a bowl of chocolate granola and nut milk and jam on toast!…

HH RECIPE – broccoli rice, fennel & orange salad

My second recipe for Honestly Healthy ! Just as we can see the first glimpses of Spring and all its wonderful colours we can begin to make lighter and fresher tasting meals. Using citrus flavours is a wonderful way to add some liveliness and some colour to dishes. This combination of hot vegetables and crisp orange…

Ambassador for Honestly Healthy!

I am so excited to announce that from 1st March 2017 I will be a food Ambassador for Honestly Healthy! Along with 24 other superstar ambassadors I will be providing regular recipes for the Honestly Healthy website and community that you will be able to access on the Ambassador recipe page on their website! All…

Paprika Kale Chips

This recipe is almost as quick as going to the shop and buying a packet of crisps! But they are not fried, full of fat or salt! Three ingredients only! They taste great on their own or dunked into some hummus (my beetroot and feta dip in the picture). Great as a sharing starter or nibbles to…

Buckwheat & cashew butter granola

Buckwheat – those little round seeds that make the texture of the granola so crispy and wonderful. Buckwheat despite the name is actually gluten and wheat free. I have made granola many times but this is by far my favourite. Plus it takes less than 20 minutes from start to finish, and will save you…

Cauliflower and Apple Soup

In the winter soup is one of my favourite things to make. Its super easy, and will keep in your fridge for upto a week! I have tried so many variations but the cauliflower in this recipe makes such a creamy soup you’ll be amazed it has no milk or cream in it! For this…

Green Fennel Juice

Easy peasy green juice, made from lots of veg so it contains very little sugar compared with a fruit juice. These quantities make a large bottle (around 1 litre) that you can keep in the fridge for a couple of days. Ingredients: 1 cucumber 2 apples 1 fennel 2 large handfuls of kale (or similar…

sweet potato noodles with sesame tofu

A delicious and nutritious take on a Japanese style noodle dish but without the noodles! The sweet potato makes a great gluten free alternative and goes really well with the miso flavour. I love tofu, but to be honest it tastes pretty bland if you do nothing with it. Coating it in sesame seeds and gently…

Blueberry tofu ‘cheesecake’

So pretty and so yummy! Ok so this cake isn’t the fastest cake to make but the result is definitely worth it! Raw, Vegan, no added sugar, no dairy….so a cake thats practically good for you. I added some superfood powder (baobab) into the base for some extra goodness, but this is totally optional. Experiment…

Beetroot, walnut and manouri bunless burgers

A simple, nutritious, delicious midweek meal. They even taste great cold and chopped into a salad the following day. Only a few store cupboard ingredients so you can make these even when you have limited food in your fridge! Ingredients: 3 beetroots grated 2 red onions, chopped 1/2 cup walnuts 1/2 cup manouri (or feta)…