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Recipes

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Vegetable and lentil soup

By | May 25th, 2015|Recipes|

I love making soup and have never stuck to a recipe, I think it is one of those things that when you have the understanding of what thickens it (lentils/potatoes) and roughly what amount of stock you need (generally enough to cover the veg, plus a bit more) and the fact that you always start [...]

Gluten free rhubarb muffins

By | May 25th, 2015|Recipes|

It has taken a few goes at getting this recipe right, but I am now happy to share it with you. Perfectly timed for the rhubarb season!! No refined sugar Gluten free Paleo Clean eating Ingredients 500g stewed rhubarb 100g sultanas 3 tbsp maple syrup 260g ground hazelnuts 1 tsp vanilla [...]

Warm chicken and corriander quinoa salad

By | May 25th, 2015|Recipes|

A light, simple dish that can be enjoyed warm or cold - perfect for your lunch box! Clean eating Immune boosting Ingredients 100g uncooked quinoa 1 carrot 2 small blood oranges Bunch fresh coriander 300g chicken pieces Generous double handful of kale 1/2 handful pistachios Sprinkle of flaked almonds Method [...]

4 Faced tofu cubes

By | May 25th, 2015|Recipes|

These look great and make tofu taste nice! I know a lot of people who turn their noses up at tofu, even if they have never eaten it before. Then there are also people who avoid tofu because it is a soy product and feel that soy is bad for our health (due to its [...]

Amaranth slice

By | May 23rd, 2015|Recipes|

Amaranth was new to me until recently. It is a pseudo-cereal and is gluten free. It creates a thick paste almost when you add water to it to cook, so it makes a perfect addition to baking as it holds the mix together. You can also use it to make delicious salads and porridge. If [...]

A glass of sunshine

By | May 23rd, 2015|Recipes|

The gorgeous colour comes from the turmeric root I added to this recipe. Turmeric root is a lovely addition to a juice because of it's amazing colour and possible health benefits. The scientific evidence surrounding turmeric is a bit conflicting though. Many studies have been done in-vitro and in animals, so it is unclear whether [...]

Posh chocolate

By | May 22nd, 2015|Recipes|

As I live in Switzerland (the land of amazing chocolate) it would wrong of me not to have a go at making my own "posh chocolate". If you walk the street of Zürich, or any Swiss city for that matter, you will walk past windows full of huge slabs of chocolate filled with different flavour [...]

Strawberry and rhubarb slice

By | May 21st, 2015|Recipes|

This cake slice is incredibly moist, no refined sugar and has no added oil! The combination of strawberry with rhubarb reduces the tartness of the rhubarb, as does the bicarbonate of soda - a little trick I learnt recently. This is great for adults as well as children as a super healthy snack idea. No [...]

Baked coconut and blueberry oats

By | May 20th, 2015|Recipes|

Soaking oats overnight is my number one time-saving tip. Our mornings are run by military-style timing, so we don't have time to waste! Whenever I make this recipe I put it in the oven as soon as I wake up and then by the time the kids are awake & dressed it is finished. This [...]

Apricot and saffron chicken

By | May 19th, 2015|Recipes|

Saffron is renound as being a costly spice. What you might not know is that it is very rich in manganese which is used in blood sugar control, the metabolism of carbohydrates as well as the absorption of calcium. Saffron adds an amazing earthy flavour to dishes and you only need a small amount at [...]