How to make super healthy Kale Crisps

How to make super healthy Kale Crisps

Kale is another wonderful green vegetable, up there with broccoli, chard and spinach. For a green vegetable, Kale has a tremendous amount of fibre, keeping you fuller for longer, and has lots of Vitamin A, vitamin K, manganese and calcium. So eat up! I have 

Healthy Halloween recipes from Curly Kel’s kitchen

Healthy Halloween recipes from Curly Kel’s kitchen

As it’s Halloween , I thought I would bring you some seasonal treats from guest blogger Curly Kel’s kitchen, enjoy…..  Kel’s pumpkin soup   1 small pumpkin, (about 1 kg) 1 white onion, roughly chopped 2 cloves garlic 2 sprigs rosemary 2 tbsp sweet freedom/honey 

Almond flour banana pancakes and a word about calorie counting.

Almond flour banana pancakes and a word about calorie counting.

Aah, pancakes, who doesn’t like them? I like bananas, I like pancakes… so mixing the two is just heavenly.  With the bananas in the batter there is no need to sweeten these and they are moist enough to eat on their own, but that doesn’t 

Healing Swiss Chard to conquer colds and flu

Healing Swiss Chard to conquer colds and flu

I do apologise for the lack of blog posts – I have been away and busy, but now I’m back with lost of ideas for things to blog about regarding healthy living for the cold season. As I’m sure many of you have noticed, colds 

Spiced plum and quinoa breakfast

Spiced plum and quinoa breakfast

With the crisp cold autumn mornings my body is really craving warm, sweet and spicy foods. we also have so many plums coming in our veg box because they are till in season, so rather than adding the plums to yogurt or putting them in 

Purple Autumn Smoothies

Purple Autumn Smoothies

Here in England the blackberries are ripe and juicy in the hedges, meaning that rather than the usual green smoothie, we tend to have purple smoothies in the autumn. Apparently when Banjo was a racing dog,  he is use to stand with his front paws 

Wheat-free recipes from Curly Kel’s kitchen

Wheat-free recipes from Curly Kel’s kitchen

Firstly, let me introduce my new guest blogger Curly Kel. Kel is a fellow yoga teacher who lives on the Isle of Man. This lady is very talented when it comes to making healthy food taste amazing! My husband and I were lucky enough to 

Making healthy flax seed tea

Making healthy flax seed tea

Flax seed tea is one of those natural remedies that is cheap, easy to do, and really beneficial. As with all things, moderation is key, I stick to drinking it once a day maximum. It’s not the tastiest tea in the world, but it is