This is a super easy chicken bone broth recipe, or as I call it: liquid gold.
The benefits of bone broth are vast. It is excellent for your skin, thanks to all that lovely collagen (yes, the very same stuff people pay hundreds to have pumped into their faces), fantastic for your gut health which in turn supports your immune system.
These refined sugar free brownies are a real treat – super gooey in the middle and hard on top, just as a brownie should be!
Instead of caster sugar, I used unrefined coconut sugar to sweeten them. Still a treat but a great alternative to a more ‘mainstream brownie’ recipe.
For as long as I can remember, my mum has been trying to get me to eat fish. At the ripe age of 25, I still hate it! But as I learnt more about the incredible benefits of salmon and the omega-3 it contains, I knew I wanted to get it into my diet somehow.
All I had to do was figure out how to make this piece of fish not taste at all like, well, fish!
This sweet potato soup is vegan, sugar free, gluten free and low fat.
This gluten free pancakes recipe is also refined sugar-free, dairy free and flour-less.
Growing up across North America, there were a couple of breakfast staples I loved as a kid. High on the list are fluffy buttermilk pancakes. Unfortunately, most buttermilk pancake recipes have milk (hence the ‘milk’ in ‘buttermilk’) and loads of sugar – two things which are problematic in my kitchen!
After much experimenting, I have worked out the best gluten-free pancake recipe that still has that fluffiness I love and the texture of a ‘normal’ buttermilk pancake.
When I decided to cut out refined sugar, one thing I didn’t ever, ever want to stop having were my favourite chewy chocolate chip cookies. Fortunately for me, although perhaps unfortunately for my overused oven, I didn’t have to.
Previously, when baking chocolate chip cookies I would use heaps of brown sugar, flour and sugar laden chocolate. Now, after (happily) testing out many different versions, I have developed my best cookie recipe yet.
This chocolate pistachio brownies recipe uses ground walnuts as an alternative to flour so not only is this recipe gluten free, but it has all the fantastic benefits that walnuts have to offer and trust me, these guys aren’t messing around. This recipe is also vegan and refined sugar free.
Refined sugar free, easy to bake and ready from start to finish in 30 minutes. These cookies are soft and chocolatey with a soft salt aftertaste from the peanut butter and salt flakes. As well as being refined sugar free, these cookies are diary free and vegan.
This week, rhubarb is at it’s peak in the UK, which I was super excited about because I have been wanting to make an exciting flapjack recipe and rhubarb is a perfect fit! This recipe doesn’t use any refined sugars at all, it is sweetened naturally with honey/agave and berries.
I have been experimenting for a while to make a refined sugar free alternative to the ever so popular lemon and poppy seed cake. As I was using honey as an alternative to refined sugar, the cakes were coming out quite dense, with each cake I became more and more frustrated and hungry. Then it hit me, the idea I mean, not the heavy cakes, that would have knocked me out cold, ground nuts! I tried one last attempt using ground almonds instead of flour and it finally worked! The cake is super light and fluffy with a soft lemon flavour that leaves you with a light, summery aftertaste.