Ok, so this is a recipe that is not gluten or dairy free! It was my first time making pastry so I was a little too scared to deviate from the recipe. The results were absolutely incredible though and I love the small amount of ingredients the recipe asks for. It did take me 3 hours all up, so make sure you have plenty of time for waiting.
When we were last in Thailand I became a little obsessed with this dish. So much so, that I chose it almost every day! I was incredibly stoked to learn how to make it when we went to Pai Cookery School. Here is Gaew's recipe - I hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
After so many years of making it, this really is one of my favourite soups! It's a pumpkin soup with a twist, it's got lots of orange coloured vegetables in it to give you that beta-carotene boost (in other words it's so good for your immune system and of course for your eyes!).
It's so flavoursome I guarantee that you will just love it.
This recipe is incredible, so delicious and a powerful tissue cleanser, it may assist with the chelation of toxic metals. I was given this recipe when I was studying, I am not sure who the cred goes to, but will say Karen Mees as she is the one who gave to us!
How good is it to start the day with a scrumptious breakfast that is actually nourishing for you! So many variations of these exist so try this out and modify it to your tastes. This one is from Luke Hines.
So I found this recipe online when I was looking for interesting ways to use zucchinis. Immediately I couldn't wait to try it! I was totally sceptical that it was going to taste like a vegetable, wouldn't be anything like a regular brownie, or simply wouldn't be rich enough. Boy was I wrong!! This brownie has totally ticked all the boxes, I am absolutely delighted about it. I varied the original recipe and this is how I made it:
Whilst I would say this is not an authentic dahl recipe, it works for me and so many of my clients as it's easy to prepare and incredibly delicious!
The easiest most amazing breakfast/snack/lunch/dinner around! Make in advance and you're set for the whole week!
Looking for a protein smoothie without the nasties those protein powders sold in the big black containers from so called health marts?
Well here is a good base for you to start with a wholefoods smoothie, and I really do think that once you try these you won't go back!
Everyone seems to have a bliss ball recipe and some are better than others! This one is a really simply recipe that can be used as a great base, you can add cacao nibs, 85% chocolate, dried berries, chopped nuts, peppermint oil, anything really. I love to add a little maca poweder to mine which is great for hormone health and adrenals.
Once you've given this a go a few times I am sure that you will figure your own style, I generally don't measure when making them for myself!
Recipes to tempt your taste buds!