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.
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.
It might be a little more than cliché to make mince pies in December, but who can help it when they bring with them such a festive spirit! Search for my Paleo Mince Pies if you prefer a vegetarian, grain free alternative.
For those looking for a low carb meal and a way to increase their vegetable intake, cauliflower rice is the perfect option. It is quick and easy to prepare and can be paired with a variety of herbs and seasonings for a lovely fresh base for various salads.
Chocolate and orange make a wonderful combination – this delicious dessert offers a densely flavoured chocolate mousse topping with a citrus zing, supported by a crunchy base of nuts and buckwheat groats, sweetened only with dates.