I’m not bothered about being plus sized. I believe curves are as attractive as any other body type. I think all bodies are good bodies, as long as the being inside said body is comfortable and happy. Unfortunately, I have come to the point where I am not comfortable and not happy in my skin.… Continue reading Searching for Balance
With all the baby dancing in my house recently, we need good raw energy available before a quick tango 😀My husband loves these bars and ate two in quick succession! Wrap each one in cling wrap and store in the freezer to avoid too much temptation! You could also add different extract oils to create… Continue reading Raw Energy Bars
This is a feast! And the added bonus of this meal is the copious amounts of veg and salad – healthy and very filling. For the Falafel: 1 can of chick peas, drained 1 onion 5 sprigs fresh parsley 1 clove garlic 1 teaspoon ground cumin 1 teaspoon chilli powder 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1… Continue reading Falafel and Tzatsiki Feast!
This “ice cream” is absolutely amazing – no points, no fat, no guilt. And it is so easy! With a bit of mint garnish or zero calorie jelly or a drizzle of zero calorie chocolate sauce, its a lovely dessert or afternoon treat! Best eaten as soon as it is made. 2 bananas, cut… Continue reading Guilt Free Ice Cream
I finally got around to buying a food processor! I wasn’t sure which one but after a bit of research, I settled on the Kenwood Multipro. And I love it! I’ve been so keen to try making pizza made from cauliflower rice (impossible without a processor; yes, I’ve tried!). There are hundreds of recipes out… Continue reading Vegan Cauliflower Pizza
My husband, the vegan, adores broccoli. He also enjoys Asian fusion flavours. So when I found a great recipe here, I made it veggie-friendly. The adapted recipe was delicious and we managed to eat three portions between us! 3 tablespoons soy sauce 2 tablespoons rice wine vinegar 2 tablespoons (level) honey (or agave syrup) 1… Continue reading Sesame Chicken and Broccoli
I’ve often wanted to try a dish with boiled beetroot because I’ve ever only had it pickled out of a jar! After having a look around the internet for what pairs well with beetroot, I decided to lean in to the earthy flavour and go with spinach and soya steak strips on a bed of… Continue reading Steak, Beets and Spinach