Smoothies

Smoothies

Smoothies I am OBSESSED with smoothies at the moment. They are such a great way to pack in LOADS of nutrients and give your digestive system a rest. I love smoothies for breakfast as a way to push back breakfast, because you can take it with you on the run. Enjoy my...
Mouthwatering roast lamb shoulder

Mouthwatering roast lamb shoulder

Roast meats, what makes a more nourishing, nutrient dense and delicious meal? Roasting whole joints gives you delicious meat for days, bones to boil for stock and cooking fat that will last for weeks. Serve with absolutely anything, roast vegetables, salad and more!...
Beef dripping potatoes

Beef dripping potatoes

When I make roast potatoes for other people I am invariably asked, “how do these taste so good?” – my secret is beef dripping! Beef dripping potatoes are one of my favourite snacks! As a result of nutrition misinformation many people believe that...
Roast vegetable, caramelised onion and goats cheese salad

Roast vegetable, caramelised onion and goats cheese salad

Around Christmas time there are always lots of events to host and attend. When I am asked to bring something I always volunteer roasted vegetables because this means there is a great gluten and grain free source of carbohydrates that will satisfy me and impress...
Bacon wrapped Monkfish with smashed potatoes

Bacon wrapped Monkfish with smashed potatoes

An amazing dinner party quality dish that will impress even the most amazing cooks. Bacon wrapped monkfish will be a winner all around. The bacon and monkfish is a rich and pleasantly salty combination. Paired with beef dripping potatoes and balanced by the tartness...
Stuffed peppers with caramelised walnuts

Stuffed peppers with caramelised walnuts

These goats cheese stuffed peppers are a rich and filling appetiser that will impress your guests. The candied maple walnuts add the perfect amount of sweetness to balance the tartness of the goats cheese. Enjoy as a healthy snack that the family will love or as great...
Cumberland pie

Cumberland pie

This cumberland pie is a warming, winter comfort food that everyone will adore. As with all our A No Grainer meals it is a balanced source of macronutrients: fat, protein and carbohydrate and also gives you plenty of healthy minerals and vitamins. The presence of good...
Date and almond truffles

Date and almond truffles

A rich and satisfying alternative to truffles normally made with biscuit. These are so easy to whip up and sure to please people looking for a sweet, but healthy treat. You can easily make this mixture ahead of time and then store in the freezer for up to 3 months...
Tasty homemade dip selection

Tasty homemade dip selection

Dips are one of my favourite snacking foods. With some vegetable sticks or some gluten free crackers (every now and then a treat is great) they can bulk up your snacks and taste great. Here are a couple of really simple combinations of vegetables, nuts, some cheese...
Lemon baked chicken with olives

Lemon baked chicken with olives

This lemon baked chicken is a really easy one tray dish that you can throw together, put in the oven and forget about until, voila, dinner is ready! The lemon and olives give the chicken give this dish a sharp, tangy flavour and the chicken fat combined with wine and...
Sweet potato hash

Sweet potato hash

Whipping up a sweet potato hash for breakfast is a quick way to get a delicious and balanced meal on the table. It goes perfectly with any kind of eggs and will make a great accompaniment for leftovers! 10-15 minutes prepation 30 minutes cooking 2-4 servings...
Tasty paleo hemp protein balls

Tasty paleo hemp protein balls

These paleo hemp protein balls are an absolute winner in terms of health, flavour and convenience. Hemp protein contains a number of essential amino acids, including methionine, tryptophan, phenylalanine, leucine and more. Essential amino acids are those that our body...
Bacon coated kale chips

Bacon coated kale chips

Sick of hearing about this so-called ‘super food’ Kale, but not knowing what to do with it? What if I tempt you with…. bacon!? Kale is deemed a ‘super food’ because it has a rich nutritional profile. And bacon is…bacon. Kale is an excellent source of...
Warm kale and pumpkin salad

Warm kale and pumpkin salad

This warm kale salad was the result of me clearing out the vegetables in the fridge. The kale and pumpkin work well together and the tahini-honey dressing goes perfectly. Serve this as a side at a dinner party or as your lunch + protein. 10 minutes prepation 45...
Simple paleo banana bread

Simple paleo banana bread

Going grain-free doesn’t mean you need to say goodbye to treats forever. I don’t advocate just swapping old gluten and grain based cakes for “paleo” versions (grain, sugar and vegetable oil free), because even naturally occurring sweetness does...
Baked butternut squash

Baked butternut squash

An easy, tasty and great looking vegetable side that will accompany any meal. This takes no time at all and can be swapped for any kind of pumpkin! 5 minutes prepation 40 minutes cooking 2-4 servings Ingredients Half a butternut squash/pumpkin 3 tbs goat’s cheese 1...
Spicy chicken wings

Spicy chicken wings

These chicken bites are one of my simple go-to meals. They take no time to get in the oven and go well with salad, mash, roasted vegetables and anything! For best results use free range, organic chicken – the health of the chicken directly affects the health of...
Carrot and fetta mash

Carrot and fetta mash

If you are looking for a creamy and tasty alternative to mashed potato you’ve stumbled upon the right recipe! Using carrots instead of potato reduces the amount of carbohydrate you’re consuming without compromising nutrients or flavour. This will take no time at all...

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