I make these all the time. They’re made with just fruit, nuts and coconut oil so they’re a healthy treat but they are also sweet and have a lovely flavour. So that explains why I make them all the time – even when I’m not being healthy.
There are some taste combinations that just seem made for each other and some spicy heat with butternut squash and coconut milk seem like one of them to me. If you think so too you should really like this soup.
If you want a hot spicy sauce that’s made in minutes give this recipe a whirl. I found it in a small recipe book, that’s part of a collection that have recipes from different countries. This was the one for India.
These scones are made with wholemeal flour, sun-dried tomatoes and black olives, so they’re full of good fat and fibre. Also full of gluten and I’m sorry to say there is no gluten-free alternative I can offer for these. But if wheat’s your friend – enjoy!
Want a salad that’s a crunchy and colourful mix of broccoli, apples, grapes, radishes, red cabbage, carrot and bell peppers? In a honey mustard vinaigrette? Well then try this recipe…
This is great little salad. It’s sweet and crunchy, and the nuts and seeds make it quite filling. I love this on mayonnaise on toast.
Roasted Yellow Pepper Hummus; it’s hummus with a roasted yellow pepper mixed in. It makes it’s sweeter.
These wholemeal scones use a mix of carrot juice, almond milk and lime juice as an alternative for buttermilk, which gives them a very mellow taste. Unfortunately I’ve no gluten-free alternative for them, but if that’s not a problem for you then – enjoy! They’re really good.
This is a very simple but very tasty recipe for Guacamole. How good is it? If you think you don’t like avocado try this recipe – it just might change your mind.