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low carb peanut butter cupcakes

Super-light and gently sweet, these scrumptious low-carb peanut butter cupcakes are so easy to make. Smear with the creamy peanut butter buttercream for an absolutely irresistible treat. I’ve been baking these low-carb Peanut Butter Cupcakes for anyone and everyone these days. We’ve eaten some, frozen some and of course shared some. I just love knowing …

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creamy shrimp skillet with greens and tomato

This creamy shrimp skillet is packed with nutrient-rich chard and tomatoes – and loads of extra flavor from tangy crème fraîche and savory pecorino cheese. Do yourself a favor and whip up this satisfying one-pan recipe for dinner tonight.  Don’t you just love a one-pan dinner? Even if time isn’t an issue, washing up a …

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lentil kibbeh pie

Lentil Kibbeh Pie is a vegan riff on Yotam Ottolenghi’s delicious Open Kibbeh from his cookbook, Jerusalem. This layered, savory open pie is easy to make by baking layers of bulgar wheat, seasoned lentils, mushrooms and sumac-spiked tahini sauce. Full of herbs and warm spices, too. It is a perfect for dinner, to snack on, …

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chocolate peanut butter cookies

Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies are a cross between a chocolate brownie and a peanut butter cookie. Soft, sweet, and very chocolatey, these are quick to make and sugar-free. Perfect for a low-carb or ketogenic lifestyle, but adaptable for sugar-inclusive diets. Before I get to the recipe I lay out what are the best sugar substitutes …

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japanese-style iced coffee

Japanese-Style Iced Coffee is the summertime coffee shop drink of your dreams, but made at home. This ice-cold cup of Joe is easy to prepare in a fancy pour-over carafe, wide-mouthed Kilner jar, or any heat-proof jug. Smooth, bright and deeply flavoured, this five-minute coffee drink will be your new summer ritual. Great on its …

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the greenest soup

The Creamiest Green Soup is faintly Scandinavian, with plenty of seasonal greens, an avocado, soft herbs, and a few gentle spices. All blitzed to a velvety haze of spring green. This is the time of year when some of us quietly slip soup off the menu. As the temperature rises, we can be desperate to …

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buttery lemon cookie stack

Try my Buttery Lemon Cookies with a steaming mug of Super U Mushroom Coffee for a healthy afternoon lift and tasty wee treat.  Craving something sweet, but don’t fancy chocolate? Or loads of extra carbohydrates? You could do a lot worse than mixing up a batch of vegan, grain-free and low-carb Buttery Lemon Cookies. And, for …

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Just popping in your inbox to thank you for your continued support of Food To Glow. In the New Year I hope to keep bringing you unique, colourful, plant-centred recipes that inspire and nourish. Wishing you, your family and loved ones the happiest of festive days! All best, Kellie xx   “It’s not how much …

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12 Winter Vegetarian Side Dishes

12 Vegetarian Winter Side Dishes for any meal, whether high days and holidays, or just a healthy family meal. Like a lot of confirmed vegetable lovers, I am all about the side dishes. In fact, stuff the turkey – give me ALL the sides!

Pan-roasted Brussels sprouts with loads of lemon and dill on white background with herbs and sprouts surrounding the dish

Pan-Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Loads of Lemon and Dill is the simplest one-pan winter side dish. Ever. And, these vibrantly coloured flavour bombs are so good you might want to make a whole batch just for you! Otherwise they are perfect for the holiday table, or with any meal.  Where my buttery whole roasted black …

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