Carrot and coriander soup is a classic loved by many, including myself. Rich in vitamin A from the carrots, it will keep your skin nourished and healthy during the cold, harsh months of winter.
I think salad can be enjoyed anytime of the year, there is no rule that states you can’t eat salads for winter too! This beetroot feta salad is perfect not only for this time of year, but for any time of the year. You get a little sweetness form the beetroot along with the richness the of the cheese, crunchiness of the walnuts and the fresh, crispiness from the spinach leaves…gorgeous!
If you think salads are boring, then you more than anyone need to try this recipe! There was a time when I thought salads were boring, but that was mainly because I never experimented. My salads always consisted of tomatoes, cucumber and lettuce…that’s it! And even though there is nothing wrong with that combination but as you can imagine, it did eventually become so boring!
On most evening, I like making quick and simple recipes, like these healthy tuna patties. All you need to do is chop a few ingredients, mix everything in one bowl, shape into patties and shallow fry for a few minutes and you’ll have a tasty and satisfying meal. You can eat these tuna patties on their own with a side salad and sweet potato fried, or you can turn it into a burger with layers of tomato, lettuce, a slice of cheese and a drizzle of Sriracha…perfect!
You may have already heard of the word Zoodles, but if you haven’t the term ‘Zoodles’ is a combination of the words ‘zucchini’ and ‘noodles’ and it’s basically zucchini sliced into noodles.
A great light dinner, side dish or snack. These Quinoa stuffed peppers are Gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan.
Clean Eating – Egg Fried Quinoa recipe. This recipe is extremely healthy, low in carbs and high in protein. Great as a post workout meal