Is that title too long? I mean I could have listed every ingredient and made it even longer. This is me showing restraint. I’m clearly great at it! This salad is a trans seasonal dream, just like our current Melbourne weather. it’s got some beautiful late winter vegetables mixed with spring goodness and all tied together with that golden haloumi.
This cobbler is sort of like a skillet self saucing pudding. It’s grain free and low in sugar thanks to being mostly sweetened with banana. It’s also rich chocolatey goodness and I’m all about that. Keep reading if you are too!
That whole gut makeover month really reignited a love of blue cheese for me. And wholesome, hearty salads like this one. Golden chicken breast? Yes please! With sticky sweet potato and all the bitter leaves… yum! All finished with creamy blue cheese that melts onto the warm chicken and vegetables. Now we’re really talking.
I’ve posted a few roast chicken recipes before but this one tastes really different to the others. Stuffing it with the lemony zucchini and leek mixture imparts so much juiciness and flavour. You’re going to love it.
This recipe is sooooo easy. You can double it if you’re making them for 2 or eat your little mini stack yourself. Or make a double batch on Sunday and quicly reheat a serve in a pan on Monday morning, no more Monday blues that way. They’re gluten free, refined sugar free, dairy free and delicious.
Give me all the fries. Give me all the parsnip. Yeah that last bit might sound weird but I’m obsessed. I like them waaaaay better than sweet potato fries. And they’re way easier to get crispy and golden too.
Today is the last day of the gut makeover! 4 weeks of no caffeine, grains, legumes, dairy, alcohol and sugar done and dusted! This weeks Plan A will still reflect how I’ve been eating for the last week and Plan B will be the usual vegetarian plan. I’m also going to reflect a little on how I’ve found this whole gut make over thing.
How great is carrot cake? And how good is chia pudding? Why haven’t I tried to combine the two before? I mean, it’s also a brilliant way of including an extra serve of vegetables at breakfast. Plus it’s filled with warm spices and makes your kitchen smell amazing.
I really had no idea what to call this! But as we were first trying it my housemate said ‘it’s sort of like a saag curry’ so I’m going with that. Thanks Selena! The sauce is super easy to make and full of all the good stuff – greens, herbs, ginger, turmeric and so on. The flavour is a fresh and relatively mild curry that’s perfect with delicate fish.