Ingredient: coconut milk

Zucchini and Cabbage Curry

Who would have thought about putting cabbage into this recipe? I have to confess I didn’t, until I bought some local, organic cabbage and started to wonder what I could do with it. The plan was to make a zucchini curry but the cabbage was calling to be added. It compliments the zucchini really well and bulks up the curry too. This curry is so full of goodness. I hope you enjoy it.

Avocado Chocolate Mousse

Who would have thought you could use avocados to make chocolate mousse? I’ve played around with this recipe alot to get the exact consistency and flavour. You’ll never be able to see anything green in there once it’s mixed up and it tastes amazing !

Passionfruit Chia Pudding

Such a great summer recipe that can be eaten for breakfast, morning or afternoon tea or as a dessert. In fact, any time of the day ! Simple and easy to make. Just ensure you leave it in the fridge long enough to set.

Curried Chickpea and Kale Soup

I always have chickpeas in the house, and practically always have kale in the fridge! So last night’s dinner was a case of opening the cupboards and fridge and seeing what I could come up with. And this is the result. It is a thick, nourishing soup full of flavour and goodness,

Gluten Free Banana Bread

I recently ordered a box of bananas and they ripened much quicker than I expected. So I needed to use some of them up really quickly. What better way to use them up (apart from freezing of course!) than in banana bread. This recipe is moist and tasty and is great to have any time of day. It can even be toasted and topped with caramelised bananas-how about that for a weekend treat!

Berry Chia Pudding

Chia puddings are so versatile and can be eaten any time of day. They are the perfect healthy snack. This recipe only has three ingredients: coconut milk, chia seeds and berries. It does not require any extra sweetness added because of the frozen berries. The flavour is sweet and creamy and will be sure to satisy even the fussiest of eaters!

Banana and Peanut Butter Chia Pudding

Do you ever want to eat something that feels naughty but is healthy and you can eat it any time of day? This is your recipe! Chia pudding is so versatile. It is also the perfect food to eat post exercise for a great recovery. Enjoy!

Red Lentil and Mixed Bean Dahl

I’ve been working on my dahl recipe for ages.There has been a lot of tweaking to get it ‘just right’ and I finally feel that this is it! This is a wonderful, healthy, hearty meal which is great especially in winter. I usually make a big pot of it as it freezes really well. You can use any vegetables that you have in the house and the spiciness can be adjusted to suit the individual. Enjoy!

Chocolate Almond Chia Pudding

A decadent chia pudding that can be eaten any time of day-even for breakfast. Chia seeds are so nutritious and will fill you up. A great way to start the day.

Turmeric and Ginger Chia Pudding

Healthy, nutritious and tastes like a yummy treat ? Surely not! Oh yes, it’s true. This turmeric and ginger chia pudding is so good it could be eaten for breakfast.

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