Raspberry Mint Lime Cooler – Non-Alcoholic

I have a confession to make – I’m taking a couple of weeks off the wine!  After our wonderful trip to France and Spain and the many wine tastings we did in Rioja and Bordeaux I felt like I needed a bit of a break.  I’m actually following the 3-week gut-reset diet from the book…

Mezcal Margarita – Refined Sugar-Free

I love a Margarita but traditionally they’re filled with so much sugar that there’s NO WAY I could enjoy them before.  With Cinco de Mayo coming up I decided that I didn’t want to miss out celebrating with a delicious Margarita again this year!  I knew I had to create my own version that was…

Cauliflower Rice Tabbouleh

Off to a BBQ today I wanted to make a delicious side dish to pair with all the meat and fish we would be eating.  It’s the first real weekend of sunshine that we’ve had here this year and I felt in the mood for a salad, something light and summery and fresh tasting.   I…

Lemon Cauliflower Rice with Coriander (Cilantro)

Looking for a light and refreshing side dish to pair with my Asian Style, Sweet Chilli Salmon, I was immediately drawn to something citrussy and decided to create a Lemon Cauliflower Rice to cut through the sweetness of the salmon.  I love the flavour of Lemon & Coriander (Cilantro) so I decided to add that…

Bala Baya Restaurant, Southwark, London

Bala Baya is a new restaurant, just opened in Southwark and is the creation of the ex-head chef, Eran Tibi, from Ottolenghi’s Restaurant, who left to start this place up!  There was an offer for 25% off on all bookings as it was the first month so we went with a few friends to see what it…

Hemsley And Hemsley Cafe, Selfridges, London

I can always count on my mum to want to visit a healthy restaurant with me.  We like the same kind of food and eat the same kind of diet (grain, gluten and refined sugar-free – amongst other things) so when I spent a day with her recently I suggested that we went to the…

Crispy Roasted Kale

This is one of my favourite ‘in front of the TV’ snacks.  It’s almost like eating popcorn, but you can indulge in the notion that kale is incredibly good for you – the dark green colour is indicative of the huge amount of anti-oxidants that it contains and it’s full of vitamins and fibre too!…

Spicy Roasted Butternut Squash Soup with Cumin

As the weather is getting colder I thought it was time to get out and dust off my slow cooker which hadn’t been used since last winter!! I love soup, it’s such an easy way to get a lot of vegetables into your diet and I often make a huge batch and take it to…

Carrot Cake Muffins with Dates & Pecans (SCD/Paleo)

It’s my Mummy’s birthday in a couple of days and I’m taking her to Madrid for the weekend.  We’ve usually gone to Portugal or Paris but fancied a change this year, so watch this space for the Madrid Recap!  Our birthdays are less than 2 weeks apart so we usually go away for a girl’s…