Recipes


Eating well makes a world of difference to the way you feel both inside and out, when you make different food choices. Start by thinking whole, unprocessed foods including good quality protein sources and slow realeasing carbohydrates such as oats, quinoa and brown basmati rice. By avoiding the fast releasing carb rich processed foods so readily available in food shops and supermakets today, such as pies, cakes and readymade meals, you have already begun to take better care of your body and your energy levels, by balancing your blood sugar levels.

Here you will find my edit of  recipes that I make regularly for myself and my family, that are tasty, satiating and easy to put together.  Whether you love a curry, don’t want to miss a homemade burger, or love a good traybake, you will find some suggestions here to help you on your way to an improved way of eating that you body and mind will thank you for!

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These little beauties take next to no time to put together. They make an ideal snack, dinner party canape or drinks party addition....

INGREDIENTS (SERVES 2)200g Lean lamb neck, cut into 2.5 cm dice1 Red pepper, deseeded and cut into large chunks1 Large courgette, cut into...

These little beauties provide slow releasing energy just when you need it, without all the added sugars and sweetners, preservatives and chemicals that...

I love roasting chickpeas as a simple, tasty savoury snack, and you can make these so simply in an air fryer in 5-10...

Lentils are a fantastic source of protein and fibre which your gut microbiome will thank you for;) They are also an ideal slow...

This is a wholesome, freshly prepared bowl of goodness, with satisfaction in every bite.  The cauliflower makes the ideal slow releasing carbohydrate alternative...

For me, good curries are like a hug in a bowl, especially when cooked from scratch with nutritious ingredients such as this one!...

Yes, “muffins” and “cauliflower” don’t usually appear in the same sentence! These are very tasty, portable and easy to make. download recipe ...

Experience the goodness of the antioxidant properties of blueberries, these berries are also high in potassium and vitamin C, making them the top...

A healthy ‘after dinner’ treat but not for regular consumption! Try to limit to 3 times per week. Try having it with herbal...

Mackerels are very nutritious fish. They offer up an excellent source of protein, vitamins B2, B3, B6, and B12, and vitamin D.  Did...

Kids will enjoy getting involved in making these tasty fajitas. If you do not have any xylitol, the next best thing to use...