This minty courgette soup is an awesome twist on the classic pea & mint soup and is the ideal recipe to use up a surplus of courgettes. It only takes 5 minutes to prepare and 15 minutes to cook so it’s an easy lunch option, which you can cook in bulk and freeze ahead.View Recipe
Struggling for simple breakfast ideas that don’t involve eggs? Try our delicious carrot cake bircher muesli! Soaking the oats overnight makes them easier to digest and helps ensure the mix will be extra creamy. Quick, healthy and packed with flavour this is a great option for the whole family to enjoy and keeps well covered in the fridge for 2-3 days. Give it a try.View Recipe
Did you know during the French Revolution, when they ran out of flour for bread Marie Antoinette said “Qu’ils mangent de la brioche” (let them eat cake!). She obviously knew all about our cracking coconut cake! The ingredients are simple – you will need to pick up some coconut flour, coconut oil and coconut milk. There are incredible health benefits to consuming coconut products like oil and milk and coconut flour is also fantastic for baking. It’s low in carbs, high in fibre and has a low GI.
You can make it slightly sweeter with a little more honey or try adding cinnamon, nuts, raw cacao, fresh lemon juice, chunks of organic dark chocolate 70% (at the weekend) or seeds. Poppy seed and lemon is another very yummy combo.View Recipe
Beetroot is an absolute powerhouse of nutrition. There have been a number of interesting studies observing the impact of its nitrate content, which relaxes blood vessels and lowers blood pressure. In fact several sports studies have also observed the influence beetroot juice can have on stamina and endurance by improving oxygen supply to the muscles.
The good news is vacuum packed beetroot offers just as many of these compounds if you need a more convenient option! Enjoy this epic beetroot, feta and mint salad to reap the benefits of this awesome food stuff.View Recipe