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…

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…

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)…

Beetroot courgetti with crispy cheese

A delicious and colourful plate of food…in I promise 5 minutes! This was the result of some leftovers. Using my beetroot dip recipe which with the courgette works as a perfect sauce. I always like to add some kind of flavoured sauce to courgetti otherwise it can be slightly bland. Beetroot and cheese are such a…

Beet Tart with Turmeric

I have made my coconut fennel tart sooo many times now I decided it was time to experiment with a new one. The base for this is slightly different, I have used quinoa flakes combined with the flour which gives a really nice chunky texture. It is really important to cook the base alone without…

Warm squash and haloumi salad

This truly is an easy peasy dish I promise! The winter is probably when the last thing you would want is a salad for dinner, but this really is comfort food…and its healthy too! This is served warm so it doesn’t really count as a salad anyway. This time of year there are so many types…

Green baked sweet potato

For days when you just want your dinner to be comforting and easy. The dressing really adds moisture to the potato which can be a little dry if eaten just as it is. The combination of sweet potato and avocado is a great post workout meal, its also very filling, who said veggie meals had…

Courgetti con la sarde

This is my take on an Italian favourite, pasta con la sarde – pasta with sardines. This is such a quick (cheat) dinner, and its great when you have nothing but your store cupboard essentials. It’s a real cosy dinner too and very satisfying…it may not be the prettiest plate of food but it sure…

Baked aubergine

This is my easy midweek veggie dinner for those nights when you just can’t be bothered to spend your evening in the kitchen. Its a cheap dinner too as you need very few ingredients, I love the texture and nuttiness of quinoa but you could substitute it for a cheaper grain such as bulgar wheat…

Pink open sandwich

Made from leftovers, I had to share this recipe on here as it was an unexpected delicious lunch. Sometimes the simplest food is the best. This is more compiling ingredients than a recipe but the combination of flavours is wonderful and so filling. I used Biona Organic rye bread, the nutty flavour compliments the other ingredients…