These naturally sweet pancakes are quick to make, contain no gluten and are rich in protein, fibre and vitamins.
Ah mushrooms... (Maybe the only thing that divides my household! How about yours?)
These lovely pancakes are quick to make, contain no gluten (buckwheat is a seed, not a grain) and are rich in both protein and fibre.
Deeply nourishing, hormone-balancing and with a taste reminiscent of turkish delight. I particularly recommend this smoothie for women in the first few days of their menstrual cycle.
Tasty, chewy, packed with essential minerals, quick to prepare and a great source of protein. Could you ask much more of a cookie?!
This is the season of salads, but not those pathetic side-order combinations of lettuce-tomato-cucumber-grated-carrot. (Would I do that to you?)
This is a super quick and easy way to get a range of seasonal green veggies into a meal. Use whatever you have in stock!
This delicious grain-free porridge is full of healthy fats, protein, fibre and essential minerals and vitamins. It can be prepared very quickly for breakfast and topped with extra nuts and cream, with seasonal berries and with a sprinkle of cinnamon.
Kombucha is a fermented tea which is naturally full of probiotics. Shop versions tend to contain a little too much sugar, but if you brew it at home you can ferment the drink long enough that the sugar is consumed by the SCOBY (Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeasts), which ferments strong sweet tea to make a refreshing and super healthy drink.
A cacao elixir is a lovely and super healthy way to start the day or to sip on during a cold afternoon, and it can easily be adapted to whatever ingredients you have at home.
This just might be the most adaptable soup recipe in the word! This recipe serves two and contains two servings of vegetables per person. Pop it in a thermos flask if you aren’t going to be at home come lunchtime.
One of the richest and most bioavailable forms of probiotics you can have - and it's both delicious and easy to make!