These naturally sweet pancakes are quick to make, contain no gluten and are rich in protein, fibre and vitamins.
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?!
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.
One of the richest and most bioavailable forms of probiotics you can have - and it's both delicious and easy to make!
An easy way to make your own, nutritious probiotic condiment. Feel free to experiment with both the vegetables and the seasoning.
This is a glorious and adaptable sauce to prepare in advance ready for using as a dip, pasta sauce or meat topping.
If fluctuating blood sugar levels wake you at night, try this simple and delicious snack just before you go to bed.
A lovely, healthy alternative to peanut butter. Use to top celery sticks, oatcakes or very dark chocolate.
High in beneficial fats, nutrient rich egg yolks, and anti-inflammatory vanilla; this smoothie is surprisingly filling.
This is a warming, calming and satiating drink for any time of day and is particularly useful for keeping carb cravings at bay.