Kale, sweet potato and blueberry salad. Plus, reflections of a temporary vegan.

So, it’s been a whole week without animal products and I’d love to say it’s been effortless but it hasn’t, and I’m a vegetarian! I’ve been irritable, tired and unable to focus. I even burnt the side of my face while I was curling my hair (this last part could have absolutely nothing to do … More Kale, sweet potato and blueberry salad. Plus, reflections of a temporary vegan.

Summer Salad Series

I genuinely miss salads when they aren’t in my life.  I think it’s because I’m more attuned with my body now and how good I feel after I’ve eaten them.  When I was younger my definition of a salad was iceberg lettuce and grated cheese, but I’ve been inspired by so many different blogs and … More Summer Salad Series

Dahl (on a budget)

I am forever sitting in coffee shops (minus the coffee these days) looking for ways to eat healthily on a budget.  Moving to London certainly opened my eyes to the world of sensible money management and how to eat well without spending all my income. Once you have all the spices in your cupboards for … More Dahl (on a budget)


I’m a little slow on the up take, but Shakshuka may well be my favourite eggs for dinner recipe.  This has to be one of the cheapest, most comforting ways to eat healthy. Ingredients: 2 tbsp olive oil 1 small white onion 1 clove of garlic 1/4 tsp chilli 1/2 tsp cumin 1/2 tsp paprika … More Shakshuka

Baked Eggs

It’s eggs! I love them. Their humble, inexpensive and incredibly versatile. One egg contains approximately 7g of protein along with other essential vitamins and minerals. I’ve always been particularly proud of my omelettes, my older sister used to tell me how good they were, probably to get out of cooking them herself but I only … More Baked Eggs