It's all about that bit of cinnamon combined with the amber honey that when baked creates the most beautiful aroma. You'll be thinking 'did i really just make this myself?!' & also want to be left alone, in peace, with a cup of tea to take it all in.
It's easy to make and feels like a big hug when you eat it. My favourite part is that it's so adaptable, use whatever vegetables, potatoes or milk you have and it'll still turn out perfectly! Not to mention the leftovers are just the best!
I'm still slightly shocked that this wonderful month is upon us again! Though you try and prepare before hand, it still seems to sneak up on you. Though the month isn't just about food and eating, or rather the lack of it, it's nice to have something delicious to look forward to before you start fasting again.
Bircher Muesli, where do I even begin? Easy, quick and tasty, the three best components to any recipe. I'm not that big a fan of traditional cooked porridge, but I do love raw oats and this is probably my favourite way to eat them.
This is one of my new favourite ways to eat courgettes, straight off the grill or as chilled leftovers the next day, they make the perfect side on warm summer days. Not only is this so easy to prepare, but it combines the most fresh and mellow tone of the courgettes with the tart punch of the quick pickled red onions. Definitely a crowd pleaser!
It's probably clear by now that I love using oats in my cooking and baking, they're so versatile, full of nutrients, fibre, and enough energy to keep you going for a few hours, that's what makes them such a perfect breakfast food.
As the weather warms up and summer draws nearer, there’s nothing more satisfying then a hearty yet light meal that leaves you full but not that icky ‘I ate too much and now i’m overheating’ full. I love versatile dishes that can be adapted to use whatever you have in the fridge during any season, this one is a personal favourite!
These are one of the simplest treats you’ll probably ever make. Just 5 ingredients, and an absolute crowd pleaser. At home they disappear faster than anything else, and you wouldn't even know they were nourishing! They’ve become my go-to easy sweet recipe, as they don't need to be baked and can can be made and consumed in almost 30 minutes!
This drink is the perfect winter warmer, especially when it's absolutely freezing outside and we're all feeling a little too prone to a cold. We're all needing that 'already back into the flow of real life' pick-me-up.
Not your average muffin, I admit! This little morsel of goodness is so yummy and wholesome, made which wholemeal flour (I like to use spelt). The crunchy surface is perfect in contract to the soft and fluffy cake, and paired with a smooth coffee its a perfect way to start the day if you're in a hurry or as a tea-time snack (my favourite time and way to eat them!)
Tabbouleh! I'm sure you've been to Arabic, or more specifically Lebanese restaurants and ordered it, but trust me when I say it's nothing like the homemade stuff! Perfect as a side at dinner during the summer, and perfect for taking to impress at a barbecue, it’s so refreshing and light!
‘Las Fallas’ is an annual festival held in Valencia, traditionally in celebration of Saint Joseph. It’s origins are actually pagan, but now it also holds religious value too, exclusively in the Valencia region.
When traveling it can be incredibly challenging to stick to your usual eating habits, so starting the day with a good breakfast (for me) is probably the most important aspect of trying to stay feeling good, full of energy and like my usual self when I'm in new surroundings.
Why do we never speak about the way we feel and why do we compress issues so repetitively because we think we’re wrong or lesser than others? Why do we just assume that everyone around us knows better, or rather knows better for us. Surely we know what’s best for ourselves and we each have our intuition to steer us further on in our individual journeys, these stories that we’re writing.