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Natural Recipes

Lemon and garlic roasted beetroot and millet salad

Lemon and garlic roasted beetroot and millet salad
We LOVE grain salads! There are so many versatile, easy to cook, delicious grains, it should be a crime to only use rice or couscous (which is technically a pasta not a grain!). This lemon and garlic beetroot salad with millet and rocket is such a great, fresh-feeling salad for summer we just can't get enough of it! Keep it simple or add in more veggies - it goes superbly with roasted butternut cubes, or even gem squash. Add in some feta or grilled halloumi - the options are endless. Continue reading

Easy LunchBox Berry & Grain Snack Bars

Easy LunchBox Berry & Grain Snack Bars
If you are packing lunchboxes you will know the constant challenge of finding great lunchbox ideas that are healthy, yum and interesting. These berry and grain snack bars are the perfect lunchbox addition. They can be dressed up in chocolate swirls or left plain. Filled with nutritious seeds, grains and sweet berries inside, they tick the box for mom and the kids. Continue reading

Easy Yoghurt Flatbread

Easy Yoghurt Flatbread
In many eastern cultures it is believed that food should be a holistic experience that uses all 5 senses, including touch. The more your senses are stimulated by your food the more fulfilling and satisfying the meal. Many of these meals inclue a home-baked flatbread. This yoghurt flatbread uses only 3 ingredients and takes less than 10 minutes to make.  Continue reading

Easy, Delicious Baba Ganoush

Easy, Delicious Baba Ganoush
This grilled brinjal dip is as delicious as the word is fun to say! It is ridiculously easy to make and a wonderful alternative to hummus, especially for those that struggle with legumes. Instead of the chickpeas at the base, baba ganoush uses roasted or grilled brinjal. Continue reading

Sesame Bliss Balls

Sesame Bliss Balls
Sometimes its a tweak of an old favourite that accidentally gives you the most incredible dish or snack! These sesame bliss balls are a savoury tweak on the more well known date or raisin balls and perfect for lunch boxes. Packed with energy and healthy fats they make a filling and nutritious daytime snack.  Continue reading

Salted Chocolate Granola Recipe

Salted Chocolate Granola Recipe
Salted chocolate granola .. the title alone sounds like this deserves to be a decadent dessert! Adding cocoa and honey into real homemade granola and you have a party in your mouth to start your day! A wholefood breakfast packed with fibre and a range of nutrients to tick the nutritional boxes with the chocolate taste to boot. This recipe is so good you can eat it dry as a snack during the day. Continue reading

Simple Chia Puddings

Simple Chia Puddings
A chia pudding is the saving grace of easy breakfasts, light meals or snacks. 100% gluten free, quick and easy to prepare and can be made before hand. Chia puddings can be made with only 3 ingredients: chia seeds, milk and fruit of choice or honey. Delicious, healthy and so simple. Continue reading

The Best Hummus Recipe - Creamy, Delicious and Easy

The Best Hummus Recipe - Creamy, Delicious and Easy

We LOVE hummus and we are convinced this is the best hummus recipe out there! With a few simple tricks, you can make creamy smooth homemade hummus and yes, we really do think it’s better than store-bought.

Good hummus is luxuriously creamy, yet light and fluffy. It’s beautifully smooth, and begging to be scooped up with a carrot stick or onto a wedge of pita bread. It’s nutty and tangy, thanks to the tahini, with notes of bright, fresh lemon and mellow garlic.

 

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Cinnamon and Raisin Butter

Cinnamon and Raisin Butter
This easy snack recipe requires only 3 ingredients and is so versatile you are going to want to keep a top-up jar in your fridge or freezer continuously! Combining the sweetness of fresh, organic raisins with juicy pears and spicey cinnamon sounds like a party in your mouth - it tastes like it too! It takes 20 minutes to make and is absolutely worth a try! Continue reading

Mango Smoothie Bowl

Mango Smoothie Bowl

We love smoothies! You can put nearly anything into a smoothie. The key to making healthy smoothies is to strike the right balance of vegetables, fruit, protein and fat. Once you understand the base it is easy to get creative and make all sorts of delicious and nutritious mixes.

Weight loss, hydration, reducing cravings, improving digestion and boosting immune systems are just some of the benefits of healthy smoothies. Smoothies are definitely something we should all try add to our diet. See our range of smoothies in our breakfast recipes.

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