Gluten Free Pesto Pasta

Pasta used to be one of my favourite dishes. It was my go to when I was in a hurry, and you could mix it with just about anything and it would still taste good. When starting a gluten free lifestyle, apart from pizza, pasta was the thing that I missed the most. You can … Continue reading Gluten Free Pesto Pasta

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Apple and Flaxseed Porridge

The winter months are rolling in, and with summer well and truly over it's about time we start planning our winter diets! 'Diet' doesn't have mean cutting down on foods or bulking up to get your 'winter body', but in fact focusing on the types of foods that will fuel our bodies for the right … Continue reading Apple and Flaxseed Porridge

Roasted Vegetables

A colourful lunch is a healthy lunch, and the more appealing your food looks, the more you'e going to want to eat it, so take pride in your presentation and have fun with your creation! Vegetables taste different depending on how you cook them, so if you hate carrots raw, you might surprise yourself and … Continue reading Roasted Vegetables

Zoodle and Coodle Tomato Chicken

For anyone who has never used a Spiralizer before, you're seriously missing out! We've all heard of the latest veggie trend of 'zoodles' haven't we? Zuccini noodles or 'Courgetti' in the UK are zuccini (courgette) noodles. The nifty contraption that is the Spiralizer slices the vegetable into either thick ribbons or thin noodles so that … Continue reading Zoodle and Coodle Tomato Chicken

Tomato, Pea and Basil Risotto

As crazy as it may sound, up until this week I'd never actually had risotto before. It sounded too much like hard work and I could never find a recipe that I really liked the look of. Before I'd had the chance to try it, I began my gluten free lifestyle, and I just presumed … Continue reading Tomato, Pea and Basil Risotto

Aubergine Bowls

Struggling for some dinner inspo? Aubergines are one of those veggies that have such an acquired taste, and whilst I'm not crazy about them, there are so many things you can do to them to make them taste that little bit better! These roasted aubergine bowls are a deliciously filling dish, and one that uses … Continue reading Aubergine Bowls

Chocolate Cherry Nice Cream

The sun is shining, the runners are out, and the ice cream vans are going crazy. Nothing beats a delicious, cold ice cream on a hot summer's day, but what's even better than a 99 flake? Guilt-free, gluten-free, dairy-free nice cream of course. Super simple to make and cheaper than flashing your last £3 at Mr … Continue reading Chocolate Cherry Nice Cream

Gluten Free Flapjacks

Cakes, cookies, brownies and flapjacks are everyone's favourite treats, so wouldn't it be great if you could indulge in these without feeling guilty and without feeling bloated? Well, here's the answer. I always use Deliciously Ella and Madeleine Shaw as my cooking inspiration, and some of their recommended ingredients within my recipes due to their healthy, gluten free lifestyles. This … Continue reading Gluten Free Flapjacks

Cocoa Coffee Protein Shake

It's Monday, so why not start the week off properly?! Breakfast is the most important meal as it fuels your body for the rest of the day, but mornings can be such a rush sometimes that there's barely enough time to scramble a few eggs. I love to do my workouts in the morning to get them … Continue reading Cocoa Coffee Protein Shake

Super Healthy Homemade Parfait

Everyone says it, breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and it really is! If you're not fuelling your body for the rest of the day, you'll just get hungry really quickly and end up snacking all day and eating a lot more than you really need. A good, healthy, balanced breakfast should … Continue reading Super Healthy Homemade Parfait

Choc-berry Muffins

I used to love nothing more than a double chocolate chip muffin and a hot chocolate from Costa every now and again, but not only does it waste money, it also builds on your waist. As a chocoholic, I couldn't imagine living without my fix of the sweet stuff, and so building recipes that included … Continue reading Choc-berry Muffins

Chocolate Bark

I'm a little co-co-crazy when it comes to the sweet stuff, but ever since embarking on my fitness journey, I've only had raw cacao which I've used in some of my recipes. Gone are the days of indulging in a bar of Dairy Milk, and I'm far more aware of what I'm putting into my … Continue reading Chocolate Bark

Snack Time: Peanut Butter

I've made no secret of the fact that I am obsessed with peanut butter, and if it was socially acceptable to eat it straight from the jar with a spoon all day every, day I would. Yes, peanut butter is a fat, but it is a healthy fat, and we need healthy fats in our … Continue reading Snack Time: Peanut Butter

Homemade Granola

Homemade granola is one of the easiest things to make, because it doesn’t matter what ingredients you throw in, it will always taste delicious! Whether your cupboard mirrors the vast supermarket shelves, or you only have a few staple ingredients, it doesn't matter. Granola can consist of nuts, seeds, oats and dried fruit, so raid … Continue reading Homemade Granola

Egg White Frittata Muffins

I've already done a post on egg whites, but not how to use them to create super scrummy dishes for the summer. I'm a big fan of omelettes and pancakes, but mine always seem to end up like scrambled eggs (fail) and fall apart when I try and do the flip. Moving on from my … Continue reading Egg White Frittata Muffins