If you’re tired of the sugar-filled cereals from the shop shelves then this one's for you. I was also sick of being told absolute lies that the cereal I was buying was good for me because it has xyz vitamins.
Have you ever sat at home and you feel like you absolutely NEED to have a snack else you might die in the next 5 minutes?Well, that might be a tad over exaggerated but if you're a girl, you know
Meatless Mondays! Who's with me? If you aren't yet, this recipe might change your mind ;)This is the perfect recipe for a quick but comforting meal after a long day at work. If you're also craving something filling and
When I started my new job in Amsterdam (mini inside squeal), I realised how hard it was to balance everything at home. Before then, I would watch Keagan coming home at 6 and wonder how people in the working world
Serves: 2Ingredients:1/2 cup blueberries (A tip: buy frozen, they are usually much cheaper than fresh)1/2 cup vanilla plant based yogurt (I used Alpro vanilla soy yogurt)Method:Put the yogurt into a cup and one at a time, dip the blueberries in
Serves: 1Ingredients:1 slice of your favourite bread½ of a peach1 large mint leaf½ teaspoon chia seeds10g cream cheeseMethod:Toast your bread until golden. Spread your cream cheese over while it is still warm so that it melts into the toast.Slice your peach
Serves: 4Ingredients:1 large onion2 cloves garlic2 tablespoons tikka masala paste2 carrots300g canned/ jarred chickpeas1 handful of baby spinach 1 can chopped tomatoes100g broccoli80g mushrooms, sliced2 potatoes, peeled and cubed1 cube vegetable stock2 tablespoons plain yogurt/ coconut milkOlive oilSaltPepperMethod:Peel and chop the