I’m a little obsessed with pomegranate and mint at the moment. Whether it’s in a drink or in my grain salads I love it. This easy meatball recipe is finished with both and it brings such a welcome burst of freshness.
It’s noodle bowl time again. This is a delicious cold noodle salad that makes for a quick and easy dinner or lunch. It’s sort of Japanese meets Middle Eastern food and I’m okay with that because I love these flavours together.
Want to have tasty things to eat over the weekend and into the week ahead? I’ve got you covered with this collection of healthier sweet treats. All of these recipes contain no or little refined sugar, are low in the unrefined alternatives and are full of flavour. I’ve made the list in order of easiest to most difficult in terms of skill and effort. At the very bottom you’ll find a new twist on my maple lemon tarts – this time with raspberry chia jam as well!
These muffins are simple and tasty and full of things that are good for you too. I kind of think about them as a more portable banana bread as they’re super similar in flavour and texture but you can just grab one and head out the door, no slicing required.
I didn’t really know what to call this as it has a bit of everything in it and is loaded with flavour.. thus what I ended up calling it! This salad is a reworking of one of my favourite vegetarian salads but with a different dressing and a few other changes because… well I can’t make it the same now can I?
The noodle salad is made with a mixture of ribboned carrot ‘noodles’ and rice noodles. The combination of fresh and pickled vegetables with the spicy avocado dressing a tart grapefruit is so refreshing you’ll be craving this when the warm weather really sets in.
I’m a big fan of sparkling water. It’s the way I get bubbles into my life these days seeing as I’m not a fan of soft drink. You can add so many different fresh real flavours to it to make it feel like more of a treat and this mocktail is oh so fancy. It can even be made into an indulgent cocktail.