This is Vietnamese inspired, as I wanted to make a more traditional dressing but did not have fish sauce. You can add whatever veggies you have such as peppers, red onion, radishes just shred them into julienne pieces.
For those who are not aware a crunchie is a popular South African cookie, made from oats, flour, honey or golden syrup, butter and sugar. I used the muesli in place of the oats and it turned out pretty well for a first time!
Ever wondered what to do with that cornflake dust at the bottom of the packet? If you eat it like cereal its all stodgy – which I hate. This is a much better alternative with pretty surprising results.
This skillet meal has become my absolute favorite! Not only because it’s delicious, but it is also the best way to clear out your refrigerator. The combination of ingredients used are endless & you can alter the recipe to your liking.
For when you’re too lazy to scoop them out, one by one. Or is that just me? Seriously though guys, you need to bake this giant chocolate chip cookie as soon as humanly possible. It ticks all the dessert boxes.
I mixed the beef mince into the potato mash, while the original recipe had asked to put a little beef inside a potato ball and shape like a patties. I don’t think it would make much difference as such.
Here is one such sandwich – tuna and egg done together into a pita and filled with salad. Both tuna and eggs hardly take time to cook and the whole process of assembling the sandwich takes no time at all.
When life hands you lemons make lemonade. Or you could try this lemon poppyseed cake. Sooo much goodness in one cake light as a feather, citrusy spiked with lemon zest (I simply adore recipes that use zest, sweet or savoury.
Apricots is something that I buy and eat whenever it is in season, being one of my favorite fruits and almonds is a kitchen staple. Combining both of them seemed to be a very novel idea and I am so glad I did try it!
This honey garlic chicken stir fry is one of my favourite go to week night recipes. It’s quick to prepare, healthy, tasty, and a meal that pleases everyone at the table, even Aubrey! (my picky daughter).
Chia seeds are full with heathy minerals and can improve your health when eating chia on a daily basis. This easy and delicious dessert only takes a few minutes to prepare and you need only 4 ingredients.
When it comes to presenting dessert, there is nothing like a multi layered parfait. And this healthy version of the classic with apple sauce, coconut yogurt and lots of other healthy ingredients is an absolute winner!
What better way to enjoy a delicious, natural dessert than with some cooked, juicy and caramelized fruit? These oven baked ginger pears will make your mouth water… and the best part is: that’s totally fine!!
I love carrot cake, and I thought it would be nice to try out the HEBA flour for a carrot cake, as the flavours of the carrot and cinnamon would mask the fact that this is a gluten and sugar free cake.
These school friendly kid approved bars check off all the boxes. Crunchy yet moist, packed with healthy ingredients like oats, hemp hearts, flax and just the right amount of chocolate chips to entice the little ones.
What’s great about these paleo chocolate peppermint patties is that they have the same fresh taste of a Menta e Cioccolato Gelato (I like to store mine in the freezer :), without any of the sugar and dairy!!