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Overnight Oats: Nothing beats the feeling of a warm bowl of porridge on a cold morning. Most people are quick to turn to sugar-filled packet alternatives to save time. Little do they know how easy it is to make your own delicious and nutritious homemade porridge. My top trick is to

Breakfast Oatcakes The classic Oatcake is often dry and boring - not what we crave to start our day. But, add a few extra ingredients and package it as a convenient muffin and all of a sudden you have the perfect on the go breaky or a snack. Tips for serving If you

Gingerbread Granola Gingerbread shouldn't only come out at Christmas time! This gingerbread - inspired granola is perfect with coconut milk, an extra sprinkle of cinnamon and grated Apple. Alternatively, why not use it as a crumble topping over lightly-stewed rhubarb and strawberries- yum! Nut and Gluten-Free option For a nut-free alternative, substitute the

Egg Tagliatelle Being Italian and gluten-free can sometimes be a little tricky, especially when it comes to pasta. I was flipping through La Cucina Italiana recently when I saw a picture of this egg tagliatelle covered in a delicious sauce. I tried it that night and it was amazing. It looks

Chocolate, quinoa, fruit and nut bowl I've played with a few different combinations for this quinoa breakfast bowl, but this is easily my favourite. There's a natural delicious sweetness from the kiwi fruits and mandarins, but it's balanced with the tartness of the pomegranates and bitterness of the dark chocolate.  Pomegranates

We've all tried to quit sugar once, twice or even five times before. It's tough! So, we've created the Sugar Stop bundle, to support you in finally quitting sugar for good. Sugar Stop Sugar is well known for being highly addictive and difficult to quit, often creating withdrawal symptoms and cravings. Headaches,

Chicken schnitzel and slaw Coleslaw and schnitzel are one of those perfect combinations that never fails. It’s perfect for a midweek dinner, then lunch the next day in a salad or wrap with avocado and more coleslaw. I prefer a thin schnitzel, so I get my local butcher to cut the

Japanese Poke Bowl I love a poke bowl and this Japanese-inspired version has all the textural elements: pickled ginger, carrot, zucchini, shitake mushrooms, avocado and smoked salmon (for a vegan option, substitute the salmon for tofu). It’s a great, warming and nurturing autumn/winter dish. Pickled ginger is a must, and I

Caprese Salad   The Caprese salad is both simple and delicious and is a great way to make use of extra tomatoes from a backyard crop or farmers market.  Make sure you use the freshest tomatoes available – you want them nice and firm so they layer up well. For added culinary

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