Personally I’m not that keen on Salmon on its own and neither is my husband, so as I often do I make it into something else – in this case fishcakes. These fishcakes are easy to make and cook and can be served with a multitude of different things. We tend to have new potatoes, […]
These vegetarian burgers are a delicious and simple way to increase the amount of veg you are including in your diet. Made from Cauliflower and Broccoli, which are a great source of antioxidants and support our liver in it’s work to remove toxins from our body these can be easily frozen for those days when […]
These 3 ingredient Apricot, Cashew & Coconut bliss balls are simple to make and taste great. Apricots are an excellent source of vitamin A (in the form of pro-vitamin A carotenoids), and a good source of vitamin C, copper, dietary fibre, and potassium, Cashews give a dash of protein and good fats, whilst the Coconut adds […]
Use your favourite seasonal veggies for this one plus the kids favourite dip.
It’s the weekend and time to relax a little. Try some healthy homemade burgers that are quick and easy to make, tasty and with no unwanted ingredients. Here are a few ideas of different flavours, but you can experiment with your favourite herbs, spices and veg. Pork Burgers (serves 4) 1 pack Pork mince 4 spring onions finely […]
Rhubarb is an amazing vegetable, although we treat it like a fruit. One of the earlier vegetables to be available in the year, rhubarb is in season from January (forced variety grown in sheds) through to the end of May. A very misunderstood and underused vegetable, Rhubarb is extremely versatile and can be used in […]
Renowned since ancient times, Watercress has it all. The Ancient Greeks believed it could improve their intelligence, the Romans ate it to prevent baldness, Hippocrates is believed to have chosen the site of his first hospital as it was close to a Watercress stream and the Egyptians gave Watercress juice to their slaves to improve […]