Creamy berry chia porridge

For a winter breakfast, there’s nothing better than a warm bowl of porridge.  If you think porridge is boring, then you’re doing it wrong!  There are so many ways to make your porridge delicious and interesting.  My favourite thing at the moment is adding chia seeds to porridge.  They add extra fibre and I like […]

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Is Pink Himalayan Salt healthier than other salt?

Healthy eating is new black and I love the fact that more people are taking an interest in their health and wellbeing.  Growing alongside our increased interest in nutrition has been a corresponding influx of information presented to us on the internet, and through advertising around what’s healthy and what’s not so healthy.  One of […]

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Smoked paprika roast vegetable soup

Winter is soup weather and this year I’ve been experimenting with different new flavours instead of just sticking to my old favourites.  This smoked paprika vegetable soup is one of the winning combinations I’ve come up with. I used swede in this soup, a vegetable I’ve actually never had before!  Swedes are from Sweden (suprise […]

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Mango, Lime and Coconut Chia Pudding

For along time I thought chia puddings were a bit out there and they would taste average, but I was wrong.  There are so many ideas for chia puddings and today, inspired by the sunshine I made this mango, lime and coconut chia pudding. These tropical flavours work really well together and make a satisfying […]

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Tips for the end of Junk Free June

Junk Free June was an innovative way to promote awareness and raise money for the Cancer Society while also helping people set goals to improve their nutrition.  I know a few people who did it and made some positive changes to their eating habits over the month.  The thing with these one month challenges, whether […]

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