Why not whip up these mini fritter style burgers full of vegetables, flavour and spices, served with a spicy coriander chutney.
A twist on these brownies and you wouldn’t even know some hidden vegetables- courgettes have been added to this bake. Also made with oats for that extra fibre and texture.
Keep calm and eat scones- These savoury batch of cheesy scones served with a tomato chutney are simply delicious.
These devilled eggs make a tasty nutritious snack and great as a canape or picnic bite.
This is carrot cake but not like you know it. It’s infused with chai spice and sweetened naturally with bananas and dates for a deliciously nutritious bite.
A decadent quick dessert to whip up using coconut yoghurt and chai spice with a biscuit and almond crumble.
Fancy a different kind of hummus? Why not try this plant based hummus using spinach, butterbeans and coconut yoghurt.
A mouth watering quick dessert recipe that will be sure to satisfy your palette.
These nourishing bars are packed with goodness and a simple snack recipe to whip up.
A savoury delight full of goodness. These pancakes are a great way of sneaking in some vegetables and spinach is a good source of iron, vitamin C and folate as well as other nutrients.
Fancy a winter warming nourishing soup? Soups are a great way to use up left over vegetables and I have used frozen squash for this delightful recipe.
A decadent dessert and a lovely Valentines treat made with mixed seeds and nuts for the base and a creamy avocado topping.
When you fancy something sweet, why not try these delicious coconut berry bites made with fresh blueberries.
Spicy fritters made with sweet potato a great little bite served with an aubergine dip.
Fancy a cupcake why not try this simple, quick bake with a lemon cream cheese frosting.
Time for a nourishing little snack full of spices and flavour accompanied with a chilli yoghurt dip.
Fancy a baked jacket potato with homemade baked beans? A comforting meal which is cheap and also nutritious.
Instead of ordering a takeaway why not try this quick nacho bake made with a soya mince filling, topped with cheese and avocado.
Happiness is a pancake breakfast and these banana pancakes are a great one to whip up.
These mince pies are quick to rustle up and I love the flakiness of using filo pastry.
Baking with spices especially during Christmas creates a bit of nostalgia.
This is a delightful roast for all those fish lovers. I love using fish in recipes as it is quick to cook and is also a source of protein.
This is a moist cake and quick and simple to bake. With the festive season in sight why not bake this for your loved ones.
If you are looking for a vegan canape then these tofu bites are super tasty and perfect with a spicy chutney.
These are a great snack as well as a great food gift made with minimal ingredients.
These batch of biscuits are one to bake and the spices take it to the next level.
When it comes to using up those overripe bananas, they certainly don’t go to waste and it is either banana bread, muffins or some sort of dessert to make the most of them.
This is a great canape recipe and ideal for parties, gatherings and celebrations.
A decadent and delightful dish of barks of dark chocolate. This is an ideal sweet treat for any special occasion.
If your looking for a one pot meal then this certainly is a devouring dish packed with vegetables, protein and spices.
A great family bake and scones are perfect with a cup of tea, this recipe is one to try using simple and flavoursome ingredients.
Pasta is one of my all time favourite meals, it is quick to cook, budget friendly and a great store cupboard ingredient.
This dessert is a great way to use leftover fruit. Apples are full of fibre and nutrients, this light filling pie certainly hits the sweet spot.
A perfect winter warming curry using tinned chickpeas and frozen vegetables.
This is a quick and easy meal made using eggs, potatoes and mixed veg. This dish is packed with protein, carbohydrates and plenty of nutrients. A great lunch recipe that is especially delicious made using @clarence_court eggs.
I am certainly going through a phase of oat-based recipes but oats are so nutritious, full of fibre, protein, iron and rich in flavour. They are also cheap and versatile. Oats can be used for sweet and savoury dishes and I always recommend keeping a big supply.
This breakfast is one to try, quick to make and lasts for a few days. Not only is this dish tasty but also nutritious and a filling and satisfying bake.