Print Recipe: Butternut squash, chick pea and spinach curry Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 45 minutes Total Time: 1 hour, 5 minutes Category: Lunch, Dinner Cuisine: Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Vegan, Vegetarian Yield: Serves 6. Freezes well Great warming
Print Recipe: Chicken, Chorizo & Butterbean Tagine Prep Time: 30 minutes Cook Time: 1 hour Total Time: 1 hour, 30 minutes Category: Lunch, Dinner Cuisine: Gluten Free, Dairy Free Yield: Makes 4 servings – use more chicken and beans to
Print Recipe: Salmon and Quinoa Fish Cakes Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Category: Lunch Cuisine: Gluten Free, Dairy Free Yield: 6 burger size fish cakes Very easy to make – use cooked quinoa rather than having to
So in our last blog we explained why sugar is bad for us, but we didn’t just want to stop there. We thought you might like to know which of the alternatives are “healthy” and which aren’t. So here’s our guide
Print Recipe: Winter Warming Sausage Casserole Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 40 minutes Total Time: 55 minutes Yield: Serves 6-8 Quick and easy winter warmer packed with roasted veg and the beans and sausages mean plenty of protein and
So the word is definitely out, sugar is no good for us! But the only problem is if we don’t eat sugar any more we’re going to miss out on loads of food we enjoy, right? Well not quite. There
The saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” originated in Pembrokeshire in the 1860s. It started out as “eat an apple on going to bed, and you’ll keep the doctor from earning his bread”, then changing to “an
Summer is finally here – even in in the UK! Many of us will be preparing to go away on holiday. However, holidays can mean different foods, more food and drink and generally getting out of the good routines and
Print Recipe: Asian Kale-slaw Salad Prep Time: 20 minutes Yield: A big bowlful Side Salad – Lunch or Dinner; gluten free and dairy free and vegan. Really delicious alternative to traditional coleslaw. A great way to eat raw kale with
Print Recipe: Broccoli, Sugarsnap and Carrot Salad in Lime Dressing Prep Time: 20 minutes Yield: A big bowlful This makes a great big bowl of salad and because the ingredients are quite robust they don’t get soggy and so you
Print Caesar Salad with Anchovies and Poached Egg Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 5 minutes Total Time: 20 minutes Yield: Serves 4 Gluten free and dairy free. The anchovies are salty but offset by the creamy poached egg yolk
Print Recipe: Cranberry Almond & Chocolate Biscotti Prep Time: 20 minutes Cook Time: 1 hour, 40 minutes Total Time: 2 hours Yield: Makes 20-24 biscotti sliced on a gentle angle Snack and tea time treat – gluten free and dairy
Print Sweet Potato Brownies Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 25 minutes Total Time: 40 minutes Yield: 12 Slices Teatime treat or dessert – gluten free, dairy free and processed sugar free Chocolatey and dense brownies you can keep in
Print Recipe: Broccoli Bhajis Prep Time: 15 minutes Cook Time: 15 minutes Total Time: 30 minutes Yield: About 20-24 bhajis Starter, Side, Picnic or Lunch Box — Gluten free, Dairy Free, VegetarianMake ahead and warm through to reheat or eat
Hooray, the sun is finally here (well sometimes at least) so it’s a perfect time to whip up some delicious summer salads and eat al fresco! But, it’s so easy to fall into the trap of making the same
Print Sweet Potato and Seed Bread Inspired by Hemsley & Hemsley, this is a staple to substitute when you want a piece of bread for an open sandwich, a ploughman’s lunch with soup or at breakfast. Freeze in individual slices
In our last blog we talked about whether gluten could be making you ill; so now time for the practical advice behind the scientific know how! Read on to see how you can take our top ten steps towards your gluten
Print Orange, Carrot and Almond Cake: Gluten & Dairy Free A really great gluten free and dairy free cake recipe. The orange keeps it nice and moist and using egg whites helps it not to disintegrate into crumbs when you
Sarah says that if she could go back and tell her 20-year old self one piece of advice it would be to stop eating gluten. That would have drastically transformed her health and life throughout her twenties and thirties. She
Print Recipe: Gluten Free Banana Pancakes Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 20 minutes Yield: 9-12 pancakes depending on size Serving Size: Serve 3 per person Weekend pancakes are a joy! Make with banana and Greek
Is this the most versatile recipe ever?! Eat it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Eat it hot. Eat it cold. Add veg. Add cooked chicken or salmon! Even eat it on an aeroplane instead of sandwiches – yes Sarah has!
Need warming up? You need a bowl of porridge to keep you going to lunch! Measure ingredients the night before and take to work in a thermos. Top it with what you wish!
Now this is what I call breakfast! Packed with protein and veg. Sweet potato toast – just genius! Don’t eat bacon then try smoked salmon. Don’t eat smoked salmon then mushrooms are the answer!
Eat it for breakfast, eat it for dessert. Either way this is easy to make and bake, packed full of nutrients and with no processed sugar or salt. Once you’ve made your own you’ll never go back to store bought!
Trains, planes or automobiles – or just a walk in the park. These go everywhere! Even in your freezer individually wrapped so they are always there to grab on the go!
So filling with flaxseed and ground almonds that one slice is all you need! You can toast it or eat it like cake. Eat it for breakfast if you need something portable or for afternoon tea (occasionally!)
By Sarah Shay You want to get your day off to a good start. You need plenty of energy to get you through your busy morning without feeling hungry and fixated on lunch. How do you change your habits to
By Liz Cooper There was a time when I couldn’t face eating in the morning. It made my stomach churn, and besides I was just too busy… I had to get ready for the day ahead and face a long
by Sarah Shay So you’d like to give this Eating Real business a go but you don’t know where to start. Surely this is going to take too much time, be too expensive and the recipes you have seen are
107 Ways to Eat Real! Liz has explained the food philosophy of eating real in her fab blog post. If you haven’t read that yet then click this link to read. We decided to put our heads together and come
By Elizabeth Cooper I’m a registered nutritional therapist and over the years have helped many people change their food lifestyles. Often they come to me confused by conflicting information they have read on the web and bombarded by all the