Tag Archives: paleo diet

Market fresh baked tuna

Fresh tuna gently pan fried and baked in the oven. A light meat that can be teamed with a salad or vegetables with the key to the flavour and texture being in the cooking. It is  different to the canned tuna and has a flavour quite similar to chicken. Most of my family don’t normally […]

Beef Stir fry with Asparagus and Chickory

A hearty and nutritious gluten free stir fry dish. Lots of chopping to prepare the ingredients but worth the wait! Filled with greens, lots of flavour and sesame seeds adding a nice touch.  Ingredients: Beef Preparation Clean piece of grass fed beef (Chicken would be ideal as well) Tamari sauce (dash) Maple syrup (1 tablespoon) […]

Roasted pumpkin and greens puree

Are you living the gluten free life and looking for a healthy way to add flavour to your home cooked meals? This sauce is so delicious and easy to make. Consisting of natural and clean ingredients it will enhance your whole food ingredients and nourish you with a food as medicine approach. Ingredients: Fresh pumpkin […]

Tangy lime and walnut dressing

A zesty dressing to add to your fresh and colourful salads. Quick to make using healthy ingredients.  Ingredients: One small fresh lime (peeled) A small handful of activated walnuts Cold pressed olive oil Organic apple cider vinegar (a dash) Sea salt and black pepper (a pinch of each) Method: Add all ingredients to a high […]

The BIG salad!

What is a big salad? Why does it have to be big? How do l make a big salad? Do l need a big bowl? What would l put in a big salad? Will l be able to eat it all? So many questions to address before we even start.  Eating a wholefoods based diet […]

Chocolate Souffle

A soft rich chocolate delight! Dig your spoon into this gluten and dairy free treat and enjoy every mouthful. Quick and easy to make using all natural ingredients and a beautiful recipe for chocolate lovers. This recipe makes four individual serves in largish ramekins (greased with coconut oil). Ingredients:  4 free range eggs 1 tablespoon […]

Nourishing soup

Soup is so warming and most commonly on the Winter menu, but l think it can be included all year round as a lighter meal option. Home made using your lovingly cooked stock or just filtered water as a base, it will provided flavour, nutrition and a calmness to your day as you slowly sip […]

Chicken and vegetable casserole

A heart warming dish to help the chills on those wintery days. Chicken thighs have a lovely density to them that works so well in a casserole. Apricot nectar provides a natural sweetness and imagine the joy to all in your home when presented with a home cooked meal at the end of a long […]

Baked pumpkin with passionfruit, mint, lime and coconut

A sweet and delicious flavour combination and a lovely addition to any meal. Mint, passionfruit, lime and coconut work well with the pumpkin and as it bakes the flavours gently work together to create a gorgeous sweetness.  Ingredients: The quantity you make is completely up to you and the size of a family. This recipe […]

Chunky Guacamole Salad

A chunky guacamole to tempt your taste buds! Does guacamole need to be a mashed up dish? I have decided this is just as nice and so colourful. The freshest of ingredients are required for this recipe. How many tomatoes and avocados you use is up to you as it needs to be eaten within […]