Don’t worry there’s not going to be any mention of political upheaval or the many disasters that have faced the world this year. You’re hopefully a bunch of aware people with your own thoughts and emotions about that stuff. This is also my chance to write you a little love letter of thanks for your support this year and for reading my blog. We’re all on this little page to talk about food and that’s what I’m going to do. And because the internet is such a self indulgent place I get to decide to just talk about my own food. This post is a bit of round up: the recipes you loved most, the one’s I loved most and the one’s that didn’t make it… the fails.
This is my second to last post of the year and the final recipe. I wanted it to be something really delicious and stupidly easy. So here you go! 6 ingredients bliss balls that are super lemony and coconut laced and just delicious mouthfuls of joy.
I’m back! There’s been a few days of silence while I gave myself a little holiday break but I think it’s time to start sharing with you all again. This recipe is so delicious! Filled with extra veg and the perfect thing to serve with a simple green salad, I can’t wait for you to try it.
These prawns are the best! They’re so full of flavour and, thanks to the chickpea flour coating, are crispy and golden. The spicy salt seasoning makes them super delicious. Just writing about them makes me want to eat them again…
This salad is so pretty and full of flavour. it combines a couple of my favourite things… hummus and cauliflower. I’ve been really into loading roasted cauliflower onto hummus lately and then scooping it all up with some flat bread… or just a fork. But I felt I could make the whole thing look less beige. So now we have this.
This is such a simple dish but so delicious that I had to share the recipe with you. The perfect summer food thanks to the cherry tomatoes and fresh basil – and the fact you won’t need the oven on!
It’s Christmas this week! And this means that every meal I eat will be Christmas themed!!! Totally joking! But I will be eating this nice cream frequently both with and without that topping because it’s DELICIOUS. And super easy.
This is such a delicious side, or you can have it with some quinoa and an egg and call it a whole meal. The crispy, just caramelised broccoli pieces against the creamy feta and golden pine nuts is a perfect mix. if you’re looking for a stand out side for your holiday feast give this one a shot.
I don’t really know where to start with how delicious these are. And messy. And delicious. And colourful. And tasty. And did I mention delicious? They’re a winner and you can easily make the enchilada sauce in advance (or buy it if you live near somewhere that sells a good one).