Creamy Watermelon and Blueberry IcePops

Summertime hasn’t really kicked in here in Wales, but I’m still int he mood for some summery food. These watermelon and blueberry ice pops are simple, delicious, nutrient power houses Ingredients 300g diced fresh watermelon 100g blueberries (fresh or frozen) 400g tinned coconut milk 1 tsp maple syrup/honey (optional) Directions Put all the ingredients intoContinue reading “Creamy Watermelon and Blueberry IcePops”

Peanut Butter and Pumpkin cookies

These are a great last minuet bake when you’re craving something sweet of needing a little treat for the kids. They can easily be thrown together in a matter of minuets, and only take 10 minuets to bake (depending on preferred consistency). Ingredients 1/2 cup peanut butter 3 tbsp self raising flour 1/3 cup sweetenerContinue reading “Peanut Butter and Pumpkin cookies”

Crunchy Cinnamon Chickpeas

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Vibrant Pea Soup

This pea soup recipe, is perfect in preparation for busy days. Its quick and simple to make, and it makes LOADS, meaning you can make a batch and have it ready and waiting to to grab for several future meals. I would often make this up to help me keep my energy up after needContinue reading “Vibrant Pea Soup”

Quinoa with kale and chickpeas

Cosy healthy comfort food. This recipe is super quick and simple but packs some serious flavour. Its great if you have some left over quinoa from the night before, or to make up as a change to your regular packed lunch. This recipe packs a punch of plant based protein from the chickpeas, quinoa, kaleContinue reading “Quinoa with kale and chickpeas”

Easy Seitan Sausage

In our house we have a really bad habit of buying new ingredients, especially health foods, using them once and then forgetting about them and going back to the same ingredients we use time and time again. Because of this I often get in a determined mood to use up my my store cupboard ingredients,Continue reading “Easy Seitan Sausage”

Basic Wholewheat Pizza Dough

Who doesn’t love pizza? Its the ultimate weekend treat food, but like with all treat foods its often heavily processed and prone to leaving you feel like crap. However there can be a way around it, most foods can be made healthier simply by going back to basics, stepping away from the mass produced versionsContinue reading “Basic Wholewheat Pizza Dough”

Sweet Potato and Coconut Soup with Crispy Kale

This healing soup is perfect for days when your needing a comforting nutrition boost. Easy to make and packed with lots of flavour its a great recipe to batch cook to have a few portions to hand for lazy days. The addition of crispy kale makes an addictive healthy iron packed alternative to croutons thatContinue reading “Sweet Potato and Coconut Soup with Crispy Kale”