These lush ‘no cook’ bars are so easy to make and taste amazing. Keep some in the fridge for those moments when you need a snack and only something sweet will do! Packed full of superfoods they’ll keep you nourished as well as fed! Read More
This recipe was chosen by Little Doddsy because she loves pizza but we don’t have it much because I don’t eat gluten and I don’t like to have it in the house. She has been reading ‘Paleo Girl’ and found the recipe in there. We gave it a try and it was amazing! We’re thinking of using the recipe to make cheesy garlic ‘bread’ next time.
I got this recipe from the October issue of the Waitrose magazine. We cooked it last week and it was lush! Even Simon, my husband, ate it without too much moaning (he hates beetroot!). We had it as a main course but it would also make a lovely addition to a roast dinner or similar.
This is one of my stalwart recipes that used to feel particularly decadent when I used to think that I should avoid eating too much fat, because of the amount of butter in it! Even now I eat saturated fat without concern it still is a lovely meal and very easy to make.
We had this for tea this week. It’s very quick and simple to make and packs a good load of vegetables into your dinner without needing to make much effort! It was also good cold the next day for lunch. We like to try to cook extra for our dinner so that Doddsy has food to take in to work the next day. In this case there was even enough for me too – yum :-) Read More
Have you heard about how good bone broth is for you? You know, the stuff your Granny made into chicken soup for you when you were ill? Not sure my Gran made chicken soup but she did make very tasty stews that would have had homemade bone broth in them. Read More
I love this pudding for breakfast or as an after dinner dessert. Chia seeds are really good for you, full of omega 3s. And strawberries and vanilla are great too. Try and use organic honey if you can.