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green tea guacamole with homemade purple tortilla chips on wooden tray

Super-green matcha tea-enhanced guacamole – traditional recipe, but with a superfood twist.  Today’s post is quite literally stuffed with my favourite tips for not only making the best guacamole, but also how to choose matcha tea. Both can be very simple, but I hope my years’ of experience making guacamole (30+ years) and drinking matcha …

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roasted vegetables with pomegranate and peanut sauce

{5-minute read} Tangy Pomegranate and Peanut Butter Roasted Winter Vegetables is our favourite kind of cold-weather weekday meal. In fact, we have been known to have this twice in one week. And not as leftovers. 🙂 As denotes an on-repeat weekday recipe, this one is low on effort and high on satisfaction. Chunky winter veg, …

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Lower carb avocado, rainbow vegetable and prawn-filled Vietnamese summer rolls are perfect dipped into silky peanut-tamarind dip. An easy, healthy appetizer, starter or light supper. Swap prawns for marinated tofu for a vegan option.

Lower carb avocado, rainbow vegetable and prawn-filled Vietnamese summer rolls are perfect dipped into silky peanut-tamarind dip. An easy, healthy appetizer, starter or light supper. Swap prawns for marinated tofu for a vegan option. Apologies if you have come looking for a photo post on my idyllic Scottish Outer Hebrides trip. I had underestimated how …

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ridiculously good low-carb chocolate brownies

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 …

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scandinavian cauliflower rosti with smoked salmon and cucumber slices with pollen close shot on white plate

Low-carb cauliflower rösti is the recipe you didn’t know you needed! These cauliflower rösti cakes – like hash browns! – are a delicious and low-carb alternative to the potato version. Serve for breakfast, brunch or lunch with the suggested smoked salmon and crème fraĂ®che. Or, why not pair with poached eggs or slices of creamy …

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A perfect winter into spring salad for when you are craving fresh, healthy flavours, jewel-like colours and snappy textures. Blood orange, massaged kale (yep, it's still around!), creamy avocado dressing and toasty, smoky coconut flakes are what you want right now. Vegan and full of nutritious but luxurious tastes.

A perfect winter into spring salad for when you are craving fresh, healthy flavours, jewel-like colours and snappy textures. Blood orange, massaged kale (yep, it’s still around!), creamy avocado dressing and toasty, smoky coconut bacon are what you want right now. Vegan and full of nutritious but luxurious tastes. This is just the sort of the thing …

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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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Lemony Crab and Zucchini Pasta

Lemony Crab and Zucchini Pasta is our favourite non-veggie midweek supper dish. Why not make it yours? It is a delicious, speedy supper that doesn’t compromise on taste or texture. As you can plainly see, this is a very simple dish. So simple in fact that I debated whether or not to post it. Especially …

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Korean kimchi rice waffles + five ways to eat them

Korean kimchi rice waffles with five toppings for an easy, funky dinner or a snack.

baked patacones (green plantains) topped with tropical salsa and on a pewter tray.

These Baked Patacones with Tropical Salsa are a healthy spin on the twice-fried – and very delicious – South and Central American crispy snack, patacones. In this Food To Glow recipe green plantains are sliced, steamed and mashed into tiny patties, then slicked with a little oil and baked to crispy-chewy perfection. Perfect little golden …

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