A creamy tart packed with flavour and gluten free too. Filled with a variety of mushrooms, this tart is a wonderful plant source of Vitamin D, that essential nutrient that we are often lacking especially in the winter months. Lovely served warm with a tangy salad.
This dish is reminiscent of Eggs Benedict with the fritters serving as a muffin base and a cheesy cashew sauce on top. It’s the perfect start to your weekend and full of inflammation fighting foods with the nuts, seeds, avocado and turmeric.
Everyone loves pizza but so many people cannot tolerate the crust or the cheese topping. I have created a pizza that meets lots of needs. It’s gluten and dairy free and what’s more it includes a whole cauliflower, so is full of vegetable goodness too!
This super smooth soup makes for a simple and punchy lunch, and you can adjust the chilli according to your tastes. The combination of the sweet peas with the salty stock is satisfying for the palate; and the coriander adds a fragrant addition.
Eating seasonally will give you the freshest, healthiest and best tasting food, while being budget friendly too. This comforting bake will keep you satisfied and warm as the wintery weather sets in while show casing root vegetables at their prime.
For those days when you feel rotten, full of cold, aches and pains and you have no energy or appetite! That’s when you need a loved one to make you this lovely, warming, nurturing bowl of soup – a perfect immune boosting combination.
Finally the weather is warm enough to eat outdoors and fennel is at its best for these coming summer months. The sweet caramelised vegetables atop this creamy, egg free filling and crumbly seeded case is perfect for a light lunch al fresco.