Choc Chia Pudding

I first tried Chia Pudding about 6 months ago, I was eating a pre made version which I had bought from the store. One very tiny bowl for one very high price. My work colleague mentioned that she had been making Chia Pudding at home and that it was stupidly simple. I hadn't given it … Continue reading Choc Chia Pudding

Mexi Mince with Fresh Salsa

One of my absolute favourite cuisines has to be Mexican. This is a recipe I have handed out to friends and work colleagues time and time again and have always had rave reviews back. For a meal on its own (great for lunches) I add vegetables such as carrots, broccoli, asparagus and tomato’s. I chop … Continue reading Mexi Mince with Fresh Salsa

Brochelle’s Blueberry & Coconut Muffins

Muffins... I REALLY like muffins. I also like baking...  I always have this disappointing moment when I eat a traditional or store bought muffin; The not so enjoyable tummy ache afterwards, which usually last much longer than the muffin did. Muffins are usually sugar loaded (even the gluten free ones, don't be fooled by that … Continue reading Brochelle’s Blueberry & Coconut Muffins

Trigger Happy

I ponder this quite a bit… Where do all these feelings and this constant fight with food come from? Why do I have such a bad relationship with food? For me (as least part of it) came from growing up feeling restricted. We didn’t have a lot of money so food was quite often simple … Continue reading Trigger Happy

Coleslaw with Homemade Green Mayo

Yes you read it right, Green Mayo.. Weird huh, when I first used Avocado oil I really didn't compute that it was going to be green. Colour aside it gives a lovely smooth flavour. This is one incredibly easy and tasty recipe (well two recipes technically), with plenty of left overs. The Mayo can be … Continue reading Coleslaw with Homemade Green Mayo