Want to spice up your daily salad a bit? With these delicious , more-ish ingredients, your fresh, healthy lunch will never again be boring! Fill up on crunchy salad leaves, creamy cheese, nuts and fresh pears, and drizzled with freshly prepared cranberry and pomegranate vinaigrette. This combination is perfect whether
These stuffed peppers are a classic go-to evening supper – for many people, and for good reason. Before I went vegan I used to dress my peppers with lashings of dairy cheese, but I have to say this take is much yummier (and you can can still add vegan cheese
Creamiest vegan pasta dish in the world! Who isn’t obsessed with all the innovative ways of cooking these days? I know that I am guilty of being glued to my Instagram. But, guess what? This one-pot is pretty guilt-free and super healthy too! This recipe is made with roasted mushrooms, garlic,
Gluten-free zucchini bread is not a prerequisite when it comes to eating healthy. But if you’re intolerant to it then this recipe is an added bonus. Like most people, I enjoy tucking into a warm, comforting piece of bread every so often knowing that I am still going to get
Here we go again, sounding just like a Greek granny, telling her grandkids to eat up on the fresh food on the table. Why do we always hammer on all things Mediterranean? Because they work, that’s why. Not only that, it is all-round effective, not only for you gut and
When it comes to plant-based eating, you never need to sacrifice taste and deliciousness for nutrients – it’s very easy to have your cake and eat it in this regard! All you need to know is how to play with your flavours and which ones work best with which textures.
Ramen with a kick! If you’re not a fan of spice, you can leave out the chilli. This reminds me a bit of one of my favorite recipes from my last book, the tofu noodle soup, as it is so comforting and crammed full of punchy flavors. Serves 2 |
Cottage cheese is an ingredient that I always stock up on. There are plenty of reasons why, but mainly because its a fantastic source of lean protein and is super versatile. In fact, research says that eating cottage cheese before bed can even help shed some pounds and improve your
Halloween roasted pumpkin soup sounds like the kind of treat that would tickle my fancy. With all the festivities surrounding the build-up toward Halloween. We’re carving out pumpkins and even pineapples (all the tropical folks) to get into the fun (or scary) spirit of things. Stop the candy-hangover with this tasty soup.
Cooking feels like a major chore at night after all the craziness you’ve encountered that day. Instead of ordering in, why not eat a healthy Mediterranean-style dinner, on that’s simple. Just like the Greeks do. I did this last night. I was inspired by the memory of the delicious aromas