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
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
Serves: 5Ingredients:2 cloves garlic1 tin chopped tomatoes3 teaspoons mixed italian herbs1 cube vegetable stock2 large aubergines50g grated cheddar cheese2 cups baby spinach1 cup of sliced mushrooms1 handful of fresh basil200g cous cous1 tablespoon butter80g parmesan cheese, gratedSaltPepperOlive oilMethod:For the Melanzane
This is one of my most favourite soup recipes and it's always a winner with my family. I haven't ever used yellow tomatoes before because they are rather scarce in South Africa and when you do find them then you