If you are a fan of Nutella, then you will love this. This recipe has a bit of a crunch to the spread but just add more oil and blitz for a bit longer if you want a smooth texture. This will keep for over a week but I usually […]
This spiced aubergine stew will clear any head cold this time of the year. The Harissa add a nice kick to the dish while the yoghurt will reduce the spiciness if you are not too fond of hot dishes. This is a chunky stew which I would eat on its […]
This Butternut Squash Casserole is such a colourful meal on a dark January evening. The best things about casseroles is that they can be popped into the oven and left to cook away. This is really chunky so I usually just eat it on its own with a bit of […]
This recipe I have substituted the cream with natural yoghurt which adds a little more sharpness to the dish. Also I didn’t overcrowd the mushrooms when frying which allows the mushrooms to form a lovely golden brown colour. The wine adds a lovely depth of flavour to the dish and […]
This brioche can be prepared the night before and is perfect for popping into the oven on a Sunday morning for breakfast. It is a lot easier to make than I thought and it’s not so sweet as the store bought versions which can be sickly at times. This is […]
Flatbread is always an easy bread to make and is perfect for dipping as an alternative to crisps. I used Natural yoghurt in this dip but Hummus can always be used as an alternative as well. The dough can also be prepared the day in advance, stored in the fridge […]
These french baguettes like any other bread is best freshly made. The four of these were devoured within a few hours. The dough can also be frozen to be used again. Baking this type of bread in a moist oven helps make the crust really crispy, thus why I placed […]
Below are several links to several snacks to eat before or after a gym session and several items which are on my wish list for the new year which would make my gym experience easier. I always find it insightful checking out new food blogs and what they are cooking! […]
This is a great variation for breakfast and also the fruit can be heated and gently pureed if preferred. I always find this breakfast refreshing and quick to prepare, a perfect way to use up leftover granola and yoghurt.
Granola is a great alternative breakfast in the mornings and can be prepared a few days in advance. I store mine in an airtight container and it lasts for 4-5 days.