A favourite in this house.
I love this curry!
We love a stir-fry in this house.
A bowl of goodness!
It's all about the beans, baby. There's a sentence I never thought I'd write!
The perfect weekend breakfast, I love to slice a grapefruit, boil up some eggs and griddle pan some smoked kippers as a treat for Peter and I.
It's safe to say we're a little bit obsessed with smoothies, guzzling them, and also and styling them up for pretty posts pre-slurping of course.
We are TOTALLY obsessed with soups in this house, the kids love them (such an easy way to get veggies down them) and we eat them all year round. Soups are NOT just for winter people!
My kids love a roast, as do I-it's just so easy to fling a bird in the oven with lashings of olive oil, a ton of garlic, lemon and oregano and cook!
This rather egg-cellent dish is my Mediterranean open omelette!
We love making midweek hearty meals here, those which we can cook up in a batch on the weekend or a Monday morning, freeze and then feed the hungry household throughout the week. One tray or one pot meals save time, are economical and make life easier for we busy parents who simply want filling, healthy, delicious food with minimum fuss and mess.
Rendang is a spicy meat dish that originates from Indonesia, but as my husband Peter doesn't eat meat, we developed this tuna alternative instead.
We all know the importance of eating healthy food but practising what we preach isn't always so simple.
We are utterly obsessed with smoothies in this family and this mixed berry delicious and healthy smoothie made using Iceland's Juicy Berry Mix (only £1.50 for a 500g bag) hits the spot for breakfast and beyond.
My husband Peter and I both love Japanese food. Pre-kids, we regularly dined out in our local Japanese restaurant and even now it is still one of our favourite date night cuisines, but unfortunately with two sons under the age of 6 we don't get to enjoy it as much as we would like. The solution? Make our own! And this beautiful sesame crusted tuna is as delicious as any restaurant dish I've ever tasted!
This fragrant, healthy and vegan dish is one of my favourites-perfect in all seasons, I use seasonal vegetables and the chilli kick really gives it warmth and bite. Easy to assemble, this is ready quickly and the kids too gobble it up (sans chilli)!
I'm now approaching the end of Veganuary and I've never felt better!
Apple is a great alternative to lettuce for salads. Sweet, crunchy and delicious, it has the perfect amount of tanginess for a lunchtime dish.
Halloween means pumpkins-galore and when we're not carving little faces into them here, we're carving them up to make delicious soup.
I try to eat vegan several times a week. Earlier this year, I embraced a full time vegan diet for just over a month and felt amazing as a result.