All Recipes

Tacos Recipe

Whilst tacos may have their roots in much hotter climates, they're also a great winter warmer. Try my cauliflower, olive, pepper and tomato filling for a Mediterranean twist, or keep it traditional and refreshing with chicken, avocado and salsa. They're always a hit...

Corn on the cob with chilli, lime and coriander butter

My corn on the cob with chilli, lime and coriander butter are such a hit when cooking for big groups of people, or even if you just want something a little bit different for yourself. They're easy, warming, delicious and quick. The chilli and paprika is enough to give...

Chocolate, chickpea, fig and almond energy balls

These chocolate, chickpea, fig and almond energy balls are a great source of energy for snacking on. A nice seasonal variation on my classic energy balls, they containing raw cacao (a great source of antioxidants and magnesium) and chickpeas, which are incredibly high...

Pumpkin and spinach pasta sauce recipe

This pumpkin and spinach pasta sauce is a healthy and easy alternative to traditional tomato sauce. Whilst the initial sauce takes time, I like to make a big batch and freeze it until needed, making it perfect for the kids after school. Pumpkin is very...

Pumpkin and chicken curry with cashews

This pumpkin chicken curry with cashews is the perfect winter warmer for cold nights. You can easily substitute the chicken for chickpeas (or another protein of your choice) to make this dish vegetarian. Chickpeas are my go-to vegetarian protein in curries because one...

Popcorn

Popcorn is so easy and quick to make, and it really is a good healthy snack (as long as it’s not the shop bought sugar laden variety!). We very rarely sit down for a movie in my house without a nice big bowl of popcorn (and usually a hot chocolate too) You can...

Pumpkin Chocolate Brownies

These easy, one-bowl healthy brownies are the ultimate autumnal treat. Imagine fudgy pumpkin chocolate brownies, made with all-natural maple syrup, coconut flour and almond flour! This is one to enjoy making with kids or loved ones. Ingredients (makes 12 brownies)...

Healthy bruschetta recipe with tomatoes, basil and olive oil

A lovely healthy bruschetta recipe to enjoy on it's own or to eat with salads. This bruschetta will make you feel like you’re in the Mediterranean whatever the weather! Bruschetta is a great choice to give your heart and blood stream a dose of protection. Olive oil...

Chilled Cucumber Soup

My chilled cucumber soup is a great alternative for hot days. Cucumber makes this cold soup into a refreshing and nourishing alternative using greek yoghurt as our second based ingredient. High in protein, fibre and potassium. Ingredients: 200g Greek yogurt 100ml...

Raspberry Nutty Flapjacks

Tastetastic! These raspberry nutty flapjacks are incredibly moreish. Fantastic for enjoying a sweet treat to share in the afternoon or a great contribution to any special occasion. Try whilst still warm with some coconut cream or ice cream - yum. Ingredients: 260g...

Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

This oatmeal chocolate chip cookie recipe is great for kids ( & adults!).The oats provide a slow release of energy as well as fibre, whilst the maple syrup and banana give sweetness without the normal refined sugar overload so you don't need to feel guilty about...

Sweet potato & broccoli fritters

These sweet potato and broccoli fritters are just so darn good served alongside a yogurt or guacamole dip! Sweet potatoes are high in carotenoids like beta carotene which help strengthen your eyesight and overall immunity. Broccoli is also a great source of vitamin C!...

Herb & olive dip

This herb and olive dip is unbelievably delicious, served with either seeded crackers or chopped veggies. A welcome, healthy addition to any party! Olives are a super-rich source of vitamin E which is great for healthy skin. Ingredients: Makes enough for a small...

‘No chickpea’ courgette hummus

This courgette hummus dip is famously popular at dinner parties and people just can't get over how quick and easy it is to make. For those who struggle with digesting too many legumes, it is much lighter on the digestive system! Ingredients: Serves enough for a small...

Raw Raspberry & Strawberry cheesecake

This cheesecake does need a bit of time preparing it but it’s well worth it. Try it for a summer dinner party dessert. Ingredients: For the base... 100g ( 1 cup) pecans 100g ( 1 cup) walnuts 10 pitted medjool dates Pinch salt 2 tbsp coconut oil For the middle… 2 cups...

Summer rolls

Refreshing, satisfying and light. These summer rolls are a savoury treat for the taste buds that will be a welcomed healthy addition to any occasion, or great as a packed lunch.  Packed full of vibrant phytonutrients and fibre - you won’t get that sluggish feeling...

Tzatziki

This tzatziki is another great, refreshing yogurt dip that goes well alongside a yummy dish of chili! Ingredients: 250g Greek yoghurt 2 cloves garlic 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 1/4 large cucumber (peeled and de-seeded) Then grate and squeeze out to get rid of...

Avocado & broad bean dip

A lovely vibrant green avocado and broad bean dip, great for a summer lunch or picnic. This is a great alternative to the usual guacamole, incorporating some delicious seasonal, fresh broad beans and mint. As well as being delicious and a staple part of many a diet...

Puy lentils with roasted tomatoes & peppers

Puy lentils, like all lentils are a great source of soluble fibre, that help reduce cholesterol, stabilise blood sugar levels,  as well as keeping your digestive system healthy by bulking out stools, reducing the likelihood of  constipation. They are a great source of...

Ash Persian bean soup

My ash Persian bean soup is a real winter warmer. It's hearty, full of nutritious minerals, vitamins, fibre and antioxidants. Kidney beans, chickpeas and lentils are all incredibly high in protein, so if you want to leave out the chicken/lamb/beef it's still a...

Courgetti chicken noodles

Chicken courgetti noodles are a bit of an obsession of mine at the moment. I think it's because I love the simplicity of the dish and the way it reminds me of my time living in Thailand. By swapping egg noodles to courgetti, you gain another vegetable, more fibre and...

Sweet potato crisps

Sweet potatoes are a complex carbohydrate made up of different sugar molecules. For this reason, they take longer for your body to break them down than simple carbs. This means they release 'energy' into the body a lot more slowly than potatoes do, and so effectively...

Classic energy balls

Energy balls are pretty much the perfect snack as they offer a satiating combination of protein, carbs, and fats. Plus, they're totally customisable and portable. There are many, many different combinations of energy balls out there so it's really a question of...

Smoothie saviours- Why I love them and my top 6 recipes

If mornings are busy and you often have to eat on the run then smoothies are the perfect way to ensure you get a nutritious start to the day. Smoothies take around five minutes to make in the morning and as the main ingredients are fruit and vegetables, they are loaded with fibre which will keep you full until lunchtime. And of course my smoothies are DELICIOUS!

Chocolate tiffin with pistachios and goji berries

We all crave chocolate once in a while, but instead of reaching for sweet treats laden with refined sugar, why not opt for a delicious square of my chocolate tiffin? With its list of natural ingredients, there is nothing to feel guilty about here…

Avocado Chocolate Mousse

My Avocado Chocolate Mousse is a guaranteed ticket to chocolate heaven. This sweet treat is a huge hit with my girls, and because of its natural ingredients, I don’t feel guilty about handing it over to them after dinner. Feel free to top the dish with a sprinkling of nuts and berries.

Raw chocolate & peanut butter buttercups

Peanut butter, banana and chocolate is a match made in heaven. Another quick treat recipe that I cannot get enough of. The sea salt gives the buttercups extra delicious twist.

Chocolate banana smoothie with chia seeds & nuts

This delicious smoothie is an excellent snack or a weekend breakfast. Packed with nuts and chia seeds, this will keep you full and energised through the day. Did you know that cacao is an excellent mood elevator and is high in magnesium? And these are just a couple of reasons why I think it is also a great option of a healthy winter afternoon treat!

Quinoa with squash, spinach & avocado

I often get asked for quick and easy lunch recipes to make for the week. Quinoa bowls are great exactly for those instances. I like to vary the toppings each time, but this squash, spinach and avocado is one of my favourite combinations during colder months. Sprinkle some seeds for extra energy.

Apple bircher muesli muffins

These muffins is an excellent healthy recipe to lighten up the breakfast routine. Great start to the day as muffins are packed with fibre, slow release glucose and cinnamon, which keeps energy levels steady through the day. This is one of the recipes I like to make with my little ones during winter, as it fills the whole house with sweet smells of cinnamon.

Miso soup with bone broth

Miso soup is one of my favourites in the grey, cold winter months. It has the the warming comfort of a homemade soup and an array of health benefits, especially for the digestive system. I like to make my miso soup with beef bone broth as it aids in boosting the immune system, soothes digestion and is beneficial to joint health. When feeling the effects of winter colds and flues, miso-bone broth is my go to recipe as it works miracles for recovery.

Apple crumble magic

Apple crumble is one of my childhood favourites and my daughters also seem to love it. Apple and cinnamon is a classic flavour combination and I love when the kitchen is filled with the sweet smell of cinnamon. It is a staple spice in my pantry, as cinnamon is excellent for blood sugar balancing. It aids in balancing energy levels throughout the day and sugar cravings subside.

Quinoa with grilled pumpkin and beetroot salad

In cooler months I tend to favour soups over salads, but this colourful salad is an exception. The roasted root vegetables with spices have that warming feeling and comfort so needed to get through the shorter days. I love having this salad warm, but it is also delicious as a cold dish. This recipe is a great vegetarian dish, but crumbling a little bit of feta or fresh goats cheese will add some tasty flavour.

Mixed green salad with steak and paprika aioli

This hearty beef salad is on my list of favourite dishes to make from a weekend lunch to a dinner party. I love the flavours in this recipe, as tender beef, red pepper and rocket work so well with the creamy avocado. This salad also is an excellent source of protein and iron if you are feeling low energy or feeling the slump. 

Quinoa chicken nuggets

Packed with lean protein and fibre, this chicken nugget recipe is so easy to make and keeps the whole family happy. I love using this recipe for last-minute or packed lunches, as it works so well on its own, in a salad or with roast vegetables.

Beetroot hummus

Beetroot hummus is a lovely alternative to traditional hummus. This recipe is an excellent healthy snack, that is not only rich in colour, but also in iron, vitamins A and C and antioxidants. It also takes only minutes to make!

Chicken soup recipe

I love the comfort and warmth of a homemade soup in the winter! Chicken soup is such a classic and a perfect winter warmer. I find this recipe works wonders as a healing soup to fight coughs and colds it’s a great way to make use of the leftovers from a Sunday roast.

Bircher muesli with berries

Bircher muesli is universally known to be a really quick and easy breakfast option. This recipe is full of fibre, vitamins and minerals and will provide a slow release of glucose, to keep you full through the morning. In the winter I like adding more nuts or nut butters for extra comfort and energy.

Coconut milk quinoa porridge

Supercharge your morning with high-protein quinoa and omega-3 rich chia seeds for a creamy breakfast bowl topped with seasonal fruit and seeds.

Spinach & chia seed falafels

Chia seeds are chockablock full of all sorts of nutrients critical for fertility health. Omega-3 EFAs are essential in regulating hormones, increasing blood flow to the uterus, reducing sensitivity to the hormone prolactin (which can suppress ovulation), normalising your cycle, and – most importantly – increasing your cervical mucus, which is needed to help the sperm reach the egg.

Sweet potatoes & coleslaw

Eating healthily whilst trying to conceive needn’t mean spending hours on food preparation. Sometimes simple twists on classic comfort food dishes can work just as well. If you love coleslaw, you must try making this simple recipe, as shop bought versions often contain trans-fats which negatively effect fertility. By choosing sweet potatoes over the usual white variety, you are giving your body more fertility boosting nutrients and less sugar. The coleslaw adds fibre and is packed full of antioxidants.

Chocolate cherry bomb smoothie

Our delicious chocolate cherry bomb smoothies are packed with healthy fats, vitamins and antioxidants to nourish your body and boost fertility. Cinnamon controls blood sugar levels in the same way as the diabetes drug Metformin and regular consumption can reduce inflammation as well as aid healthy weight loss.

Warm salmon, kale, sesame & ginger salad

A tasty way to boost your nutrient stores, balance your hormones, and increase your fertility through food. Salmon provides omega 3 fats which helps reduce inflammation and kale is alkalising and supports sperm health.

Black rice salad with avocado & mango

Black rice is a fertility superfood because it can improve circulation, reduce inflammation and it’s jam packed with antioxidants. The avocado in this dish provides healthy fat and vitamin E whilst the mango provides fibre and iron. Serve with lean meat of white fish for a perfectly balanced fertility boosting meal.

Healthy hot chocolate

This healthy hot chocolate is my all time favourite winter warming drink and beats coffee hands down for its energising effects. Raw cacao is rich in many nutrients and contains natural chemicals which increase our serotonin levels. This combats depression and makes us feel happy!. Maca is a natural caffeine free, sugar free energiser known to enhance performance and stamina and balance sexual hormones.

Hangover smoothie

It’s that time of year… you know it, I know it, the paracetmol in your cupboard certainly knows it…it’s party time. Unfortunately, where there’s booze there is also an almighty hangover just around the corner, so I have devised the perfect hangover cure for you to whip up the morning after the night before. Nearly all hangovers are a result of dehydration, potassium deficiency and loss of all-important electrolytes, so i’ve included ingredients that counteract this. And i’ve kept it super simple on purpose as nobody wants to faff around with five different herbs when their head is pounding.

Pregnancy mocktails for the festive season

December is here and ‘tis the season to be jolly, but pregnancy sometimes has a way of sapping the fun from festive celebrations and Christmas drinks. However, just because your baby’s on the way does not mean that you cannot indulge in that glass mulled wine or bubbles you love. We have cherry picked three delicious mocktails to spice up your holiday festivities, so you can still enjoy your favourite Christmas drinks and not miss out on the merriments. 

Bean Chilli

Beans are an essential food for developing good follicle quality for fertility. They’re high in fibre, low in fat, a good source of protein, and also rich in folate, iron, and many other vitamins and minerals. Harvard researchers found that infertility was 39 percent more likely in women with the highest intake of animal protein, but women who ate a lot of plant protein were substantially less likely to have trouble trying to conceive. 

Salsa Verde

This herby salsa dressing with basil, parsley, capers and garlic goes perfectly with breaded chicken and grilled fish. Herbs are some of the most nutritionally dense foods on the planet so it’s great to have a delicious way to make them regulars in our diets.

Roasted Squash and chickpea curry with cauliflower rice

We are always looking for fresh, quick evening meal recipes that are nutritionally super-charged. Squash is an excellent source of vitamins A and C to support your immune system as well as fibre and other vitamins & minerals. Whilst the chickpeas provide the protein you need to grow a healthy baby!

Healthy pecan pie

This super-rich and sweet pecan pie uses only healthy, fertility boosting ingredients. Pecans are packed with protein, fibre, heart-healthy fats, and 19 vitamins and minerals, so they should be a regular part of your diet if you are pregnant or trying to conceive. One slice is enough to satisfy the fiercest of dessert addicts among your family and guests.

Healthy shepherd’s pie

What could be more comforting on a cold winter’s night than good old shepherd’s pie? Lamb is rich in zinc and selenium making this old classic a fertility favourite. By swapping the traditional mashed potatoes for root vegetables and adding the green kale and cabbage you are greatly increasing your vegetable and antioxidant intake for the day. Snuggle up and enjoy!

Roasted spicy chickpeas

Chickpeas are packed with protein (an average can contains a whopping 16 – 17g of plant protein) as well as iron, calcium, magnesium and ton’s of fibre. These spicy and crunchy roasted chickpeas are a great way of upping your fibre and getting some plant-based nutrient density into your diet.

Spicy roasted almonds

Almonds are a great addition to your pregnancy diet as they contain many essential nutrients which are vital for the healthy development of your baby. Nuts provide essential healthy fats, minerals, vitamins and calories that pregnant women need to cope with their growing nutritional needs each trimester.

These spicy, roasted almonds are a real treat for expectant and new mums!

Trail Mix

Trail mix can be a delicious, nutrient dense alternative to sugar laden, processed snack bars. We recommend that you make your own so you have full control of the ingredients. The good news is that trail mix is really easy to make and there are almost endless options to keep it interesting. 

Apple and cinnamon rings

We love making these apple and cinnamon rings for a nutritious and very moreish afternoon snack. This recipe is sweet enough to satisfy a sweet tooth, but not overly so and while they take a little while to bake, there’s so little hands-on time that making these apple rings is a breeze.

Nourishing nutella

This homemade nourishing nutella recipe is oil-free and made with maple syrup, roasted hazelnuts and raw cacao. It’s the best nutella we’ve ever tried!

Super soup recipes

With autumn well and truly upon us, and winter creeping around the corner we’re after quick and simple recipes to keep us warm and well nourished during these colder months. Soups offer the perfect solution as they can be packed with nourishing seasonal vegetables and bulked out with grains and protein to create a filling meal, ready to heat up at a moments notice. I tend to make a big batch, which I will portion up and keep some in the fridge and some in the freezer. Here are five recipes to make this soup season a little more interesting.

Grilled Salmon with Brazil Nut & Spinach Pesto & Quinoa Salad

As the temperatures drop our bodies crave fat and complex carbohydrates in in order to lay down nutrient stores for the winter ahead. This might sound like a recipe for unwanted weight gain but it needn’t be. The trick is to give your body what it wants and craves, healthy fats from oily fish, nuts and oils along with high protein whole grains. This delicious recipe does exactly that and the explosion of colour not only look incredible but supports your immune system to fight those winter bugs. Enjoy!

Banana Coconut Pancakes

These delicious blueberry and coconut pancakes are an ideal leisurely weekend breakfast that will avoid any mid-morning sugar dips, energy lows and brain fuzz that would normally lead you straight to the biscuit tin. You can use buckwheat flour for a delicious gluten free alternative.

Raw carrot muffins with cashew cream

These “muffins” aren’t baked, but somehow carrots, walnuts, dates, raisins, and spices come together to form a morning treat that tastes shockingly like the real thing.

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