Brussels sprouts seem to be the Marmite of vegetables – people either love them or hate them. For years I wouldn’t go near them – until I discovered that I … Read More
These spiced nuts are a super easy, healthy snack for kids and adults.
By roasting the nuts yourself, you’ll be avoiding the high roasting temperatures that commercial nuts undergo and which … Read More
Autumn days wouldn’t be the same without the occasional bowl of comforting pumpkin soup for lunch, and on Bonfire night, I cradle a steaming mug of soup to keep my … Read More
Halloween: a night for pumpkins, garish costumes, excited kids and sugar. ‘Healthy Halloween food” seems a total contradiction in terms. When they were younger, the children were placated by a simple Halloween … Read More
Kale is seemingly the world’s favourite green leaf superfood at the moment – making appearances in salads and smoothies just as often as with the Sunday roast. It’s cheap, nutritious … Read More
Focusing on the ‘eat a rainbow’ philosophy is a simple way to improve your diet. In a world where nutritional advice in the media often seems to be totally contradictory, … Read More
How to keep the kids healthy and focused at school is easier said than done. After just a week back, my children are drinking less fluid than they have all … Read More
It’s the end of the school holidays (finally!) and I still don’t seem to be able to enter my kitchen without finding one of the kids with their head in the snack … Read More
Our nut-free chicken satay recipe tastes great at a summer barbecue – but also works well grilled during the winter months.
I love chicken satay, and associate it with the … Read More
These little coconut chips are quite simply, addictive. I actually made them by accident one Sunday morning when I was toasting some shredded coconut for a pancake topping – and … Read More