Apple & Raspberry Crumble

This recipe gives the traditional crumble a healthy twist, and it even makes for a great breakfast hot or cold. Don’t like raspberries? This crumble works with any berry; blueberries, blackberries, or just as apple on its own. Recipe makes for 6 portions Ingredients: 460g Cooking Apple (peeled and cut into chunks)150g Raspberries200g Oats4 tbsp…

Butternut Squash & Cashew Risotto

Risotto is a great throw together meal. Super easy to make and once you know how to make a basic risotto you can then add anything you like to it and play around with flavours. My usual go to risotto is either chicken and mushroom, prawn and chilli or this butternut and cashew. This recipe…

Roasted Chickpeas

Perfect as a snack, side dish or mixed in with a salad! Ingredients: 1/2 can chickpeas 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 1/4 tsp paprika 1/2 tsp cajun spice Pinch salt (I use Himalayan pink salt) Method: Pre-heat oven to 200°C, gas mark 6 Drain the chickpeas then place between two sheets of kitchen roll…

Peanut butter flapjacks

One of my favourite healthy snacks to make. Perfect for sharing and enjoying with a cup of tea! Recipe makes approx. 12 flapjacks Ingredients: 200g oats 1 banana (mashed up) 1 tbsp coconut oil (plus a little extra for greasing) 4 tbsp peanut butter (100% nuts) 2 tbsp maple syrup (100% organic) 1 tbsp honey…

How to make the perfect porridge!

Porridge, why is it so good though?! Oats are a great carbohydrate source. Known as a ‘slow burner’ oats are a low GI food, which in simple terms means that energy is released at a slower rate to keep you full and energised for longer. Oats are also a good source of protein, however only…