Rainbow Noodle Bowl with Spicy Peanut Butter Sauce is a craveable nutty tangle of colourful vegetables and noodles. Topped with slices of turmeric tofu, tasting is believing. This recipe serves 3-4, with options given for customising and super-sizing to your needs. Why not put it on this week’s menu? Continue reading
Keto Tortilla Chips and Roasted Tomato Salsa is the snack you need RIGHT NOW. As well as any-time snacking, this winning combo is the perfect nibble for cheering on your favourite sports team.
So, why not make up both easy recipes and be set and sorted for Game Day Snacking!
I know I never pop into your inbox or on your feed on a Friday, the literal worst day for posting anything. But I just had to. Why? Because you are going to need these snacks this weekend! Whether you are watching your team, cuddled up with a Netflix show, or just in need of something crunchy and dippy, my new Keto Tortilla Chips and Roasted Tomato Salsa will be a welcome treat. And both are sublimely tasty and easy to make. They might even be a good family cooking project. Continue reading
Believe the hype: these ridiculously good low-carb chocolate brownies are just that. With a reassuringly high fat to (almond) flour ratio, these keto-compliant babies will please even your pickiest brownie purist. Unless they like their brownies on the cakey side. (Who are these people?). We are talking gooey. We are talking fudgy. We are talking absolutely irresistible.
So, grab a bag of pecans, a bar of darkest chocolate and let’s make these deliciously decadent, more-ish bites! I’ll walk you through it. Let’s go! Continue reading
Cauliflower and Blue Cheese Loaf is a lower-carb take on my popular Cauliflower Cheese Cake. Although smaller in size, this mini version holds oodles of flavour. Think highly-umami blue cheese crumbles, nutty almond flour and sweetly-fruity pink peppercorns. Enjoy a thick slice – or two – for dinner with plenty of vegetable sides, and perhaps a homemade apple sauce. It is lovely both hot and cold. Continue reading
Easy Sheet Pan Mediterranean Fish is a quick, family-style meal of herb and butter-basted fish and colourful vegetables. Winter tweaks are also included so that you can enjoy this nutritious dish all year-round. Continue reading
Sichuan Tomatoes and Tofu is a quick and easy vegan lunch or dinner recipe with some classic Sichuan flavours, like shallots, ginger and pepper. The taste is a touch sweet, but mostly tangy! Serve with extra vegetables and cooked brown rice noodles or rice. If on a low-carb diet, serve with shirataki noodles/rice. This vegan supper is perfect for solo dining or sharing, and comes together in a trice.
Tofu not your thing? Read on for other ways to use the tangy tomato sauce. Continue reading
Cauliflower Gnocchi with Creamy Sun-Dried Tomato Sauce is a light, bright and intensely flavoured dish, swirled with fresh spinach. Below I give you my easy method for making cauliflower gnocchi from scratch. But feel free to use frozen cauliflower or regular gnocchi, and smother it in the creamy tomato sauce. Oh, and this cauliflower gnocchi is vegan and low-carb. Continue reading
Low-carb granola is an easy, straight-forward and delicious cereal that satisfies without spiking blood sugar. A bowlful will give you plenty of good fats and protein, as well as valuable vitamins and minerals. It’s perfect for breakfast with yogurt and fresh fruit. And of course low-carb granola also makes a healthy, filling snack for the whole family. Try it with the suggested cinnamon and nutmeg, or use your own ideas for warm, uplifting fragrance and taste. Continue reading
Cardamom Bun Cake is a fragrant, mega-moist, one-bowl cake. It delivers the taste of a Swedish coffeehouse cardamom bun, but with almost zero effort. I repeat, zero effort.
For a cake at least. Continue reading
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Refried Black Bean and Halloumi Tacos are my tweaked version of the Hello Fresh one. Both are full of fibre, flavour and make a terrific family dinner.
Who doesn’t love tacos? When I was a teenager I liked the crunchy kind, not minding that they would inevitably fall apart and tumble into my lap. But, since my coordination has not improved with age, a less bothersome soft taco suits me better.
I have a few Mexico-inspired recipes here on the blog. But, to be honest, since Rachel moved to Chicago, we have not had – nor made – tacos in ages. Which is a shame. Especially seeing that she and her boyfriend Dan, like the good millennials that they are, seem to have tacos every Tuesday. So I was happy when premium recipe box delivery company Hello Fresh asked me to make and review one of their recipes. Continue reading