For the French Toast 2 slices sourdough bread, approx. ½ inch thick goat’s cheese, sliced chopped walnuts fresh strawberries, hulled and sliced 3 eggs 1 tsp maple syrup pinch of Himalayan salt ½ cup almond or cashew milk grass fed butter, ghee or coconut oil for frying For the Fermented Strawberry Sauce 350g strawberries, hulled… Continue reading Valentine’s Brunch – Strawberry, Walnut & Goat’s Cheese Stuffed French Toast
A loving combination of veg & spices that also warms the heart! I actually came up with this recipe as I always seem to have a load of leftover veg in the fridge to use up. This is great as a meal on it’s own, or as a starter for your special Valentine’s dinner. Using… Continue reading Roasted Red Velvet Soup – 💖
As a Natural Chef student and mummy to twins, I often need to find ways of delivering up home cooked healthy meals to the table in a flash. The Instant Pot is the key to my #supermum success as it doesn’t require slaving over the cooker for hours on end. And the best bit? This… Continue reading Instant Pot Chicken & Butternut Squash Curry (Dairy-free)
As a childhood favourite, and a weekend staple in my own household, I am known to my children as the #pancakemixologist… Forever testing out new flours, combos and levels of fluffiness on my twins. Needless to say, they are a brutally honest set of twins but this recipe passed with flying colours. As a time… Continue reading Buckwheat & Oat Fluffy Pancakes (Gluten Free)
This IBS friendly curry removes the common offenders of garlic and onion, and emphasises gut soothing ingredients such as turmeric, squash and bone broth. Slow cooking creates a warm meal that is easier to digest, especially on these cold winter days. I’ve incorporated low FODMAP compliant foods which are safe for IBS & digestive issues,… Continue reading Chicken & Butternut Squash Curry (IBS & Breastfeeding Mum friendly) #onepot #lowFODMAP #dairyfree
I swapped out the usual oats and opted for a combination of gluten free grains in different textures and the crunch of nuts with a Christmasy sprinkle of cinnamon and nutmeg. Start your morning with a bowl covered in a nut or seed milk, or sprinkle over yogurt or kefir. Grab a handful as a… Continue reading Gluten Free Christmas Grainola
Not only is it ‘Tis the season for Christmas, but the change in weather also means an influx of colds and flu, sneezing, snivels, and lots of it. It definitely means the need for a lot of warming soups and stews, and there isn’t one more perfect to make than Grandmom’s Chicken Soup. Using my… Continue reading Chicken Soup… more than just for the soul!