Soup is a great way to give the digestive system a rest whilst providing it with the nourishment it needs to heal and repair. For this reason I recommend it to many of my clients, and consume it on a weekly basis myself.Read More
This gluten free seeded bread roll recipe is crusty on the outside, chewy on the inside and EASY to make! Packed with wholefood nutrients, it is the perfect roll for dunking in soup or soaking up some olive oil!Read More
This roasted carrot, rocket and chickpea salad is so simple yet delicious. You can eat a larger portion as your main meal or have it as a side dish, and it is great to store in the fridge to add to lunch boxes throughout the week.Read More
If you’re a coeliac like me then you know how sensitive our digestive systems can be to processed food found on the free from aisles, so I created this recipe so we can enjoy a sweet treat without any of the unnecessary nasties!
This tuna pasta bake is one of my favourite recipes to hit that comfort food craving. It’s full of goodness and flavour thanks to the sauteed garlic and onion, and the roasted butternut sauce.
Chia pudding is one of the easiest breakfasts or snacks as you can make a batch at the beginning of the week and store in the fridge for several days. This warm chia pudding with apples and pecans has become a go to for me, but I have added some extra spices to help us recover from the Easter celebrations!