Easy Homemade Yoghurt Bread

Hey guys, I hope you are keeping well! Another day, another recipe to keep the time moving on smoothly and sanely. Baking bread is definitely one of those things to do just that. There has always been something very therapeutic about baking for me, as long as I stay within the uncomplicated threshold; because if…

Creamy Mushroom Soup

There’s no crowd-pleaser like a warming bowl of soup. The extent of the different styles and flavours of soups are endless and I think most of us have put our own unique twist on a soup recipe at some point before. I absolutely love the combination of garlic, mushrooms and butter which makes this a…

Chicken/Tofu Teriyaki Courgetti

Fan of the classic Chicken Teriyaki dish? Here it is and without so much of the Saturday-Night-Takeaway or Unhealthy-Convenience-Food guilt. Using spiralled courgette instead of rice, makes this lower in carbs and baked tofu can be used beautifully in place of chicken! This is a gorgeous lean, tasty and impressive dish to make! Note: this one requires a courgetti…

The Veggie Vista

It’s the summer, which on paper means it’s time for picnics. Unfortunately we’re not getting the clearest skies this July, but there have been a few lucky days so far to dip out and relax under the sun. This is a recipe that really showcases the good foods you can bring along with you to…

Made in Minutes, Meatballs

Meatballs are a childhood favourite of mine and they always remind me of home. I grew up loving homemade beef meatballs, but then branched into other kinds such as turkey meatballs and various vegetarian versions, but I’m always dragged back to enjoying these ones. This was a very impromptu recipe, but it came out amazing;…

Sweet Potato & Quinoa Satay

Low in oils and sugar, high in slow release carbs and a substantial source of protein (which some wrongly think vegans don’t get enough off) 🌱 This is a dish to try on your meat free days. The traditional peanut butter sauce that we often associate with chicken, transforms a veggie dish into a hearty…

Maple and Oat Biscuits

I am, for sure, a sucker for biscuits and cookies, so having too many recipes for them is never a worry for me. Is it just me or does the combination of maple syrup and nuts just bring you back in time to long cycles or hill/cliff walks where you stopped to rest and take…

Prawn Pad Thai

I have always been a fan of prawns; I remember my favourite childhood starter being a fresh prawn salad topped with some tangy balsamic vinegar. The older I get, the more I seem to experiment with other prawn dishes. My last recipe, Prawn al Peperoncino, is definitely one of my favourite prawn dishes, and one…

Prawn al Peperoncino

Penne al Peperoncino is one of my favourite meals to date, and definitely a top go-to takeaway of mine. One problem I’ve always experienced (and admittedly sometimes ignored because of the sheer pleasure of enjoying the dish) is all of the dairy within it. I, without fail, have breakouts after a big dairy dish and…

Carrot & Meatball Pasta Salad

It’s sometimes hard to remember or even want to slip enough veggies into your daily meals, without the right planning. As adults it can be difficult, which means even more so for kids. I threw this together in an appealing way, so as to make introducing some healthy nutrients a little easier for the young…