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...
Baked Mediterranean vegetable mix

Baked Mediterranean vegetable mix

This mix of Italian herbs and flavours is delicious. And the best part is it only takes a few minutes to prepare. Stick all the ingredients in some foil and then bake in the oven. Voila! The perfect side dish! 5 minutes prepation 30 minutes cooking 2-4 servings...
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 pumpkin and goat cheese salad

Roast pumpkin and goat cheese salad

This is a delicious, easy and filling salad. I love it for lunch or as an accompaniment to meat or fish at dinner. 10 minutes prepation 30 minutes cooking 4 servings Ingredients 1/2 pumpkin (any type), chopped into inch cubes 1 sweet potato, chopped into cm cubes 1...
Baked fig and walnut salad

Baked fig and walnut salad

I love to create salads that can be a little more than a side dish. If you add some more substantial ingredients to a basic salad with leaves and some tomatoes, then you open up a whole new world of grain free, healthy eating. More complex salads, when paired with...
3 quick & easy nutrient-dense lunches

3 quick & easy nutrient-dense lunches

It is no secret that proper planning and preparation is the key to eating well. Taking a healthy lunch to work might be a goal that many strive for but struggle to achieve. However, if you’re committed then bringing in lunch will save a tonne of money and...
Cauliflower and broccoli cous cous

Cauliflower and broccoli cous cous

Cous cous is a great filler for many meals and goes with a range of dishes. However traditional wheat cous cous contains inflammatory proteins like gluten and mineral inhibiting phytic acid. In place of normal cous cous try my cauliflower and broccoli version. It is...
Maple coated almonds

Maple coated almonds

My maple salted almonds are such a tasty snack! Enjoy as a treat, because it is very hard to stop. 5 minutes prepation 25 minutes cooking 10 servings Ingredients 2 cups raw almonds 2 tbs quality maple syrup Himalayan pink rock salt Method If possible soak the almonds...
Roast pork shoulder (tender pork and crackling)

Roast pork shoulder (tender pork and crackling)

I absolutely love roast pork because it’s such a versatile meat. We cook a pork joint every other Sunday and it gives us a number of lunches and dinners for the week. As the meat is so fatty it is a good one to take to work cold and heat up with other vegetables that...
Carrot and parsnip soup

Carrot and parsnip soup

This soup is full of colourful vegetables that are rich in a range of minerals and vitamins. Combining them with a good quality fat, such as ghee, coconut oil or butter helps to maximise your body’s ability to absorb these important nutrients. The presence of...

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