My family love granola and this is one of our go-to recipes.
It's half term and my kids want to bake. They decide that macarons are what we must make, but I've never attempted a vegan version of this somewhat tricky delicacy .... until now! I know that people all over the place are making gorgeous macarons without eggs and they are meant to be absolutely delicious - so here we go.
This easy Strawberry Smoothie Bowl is a simple and sweet treat. It's a healthy paleo + vegan breakfast or snack made with only a few ingredients, and you can add whichever toppings you fancy to customise to your tastes.
Super simple and highly nutritious autumnal curry.
I'm not really a morning person - so I love overnight oats. Its the way I can ensure a healthy start to the day without a mad panic in the morning. I just stir all the ingredients together before I go to bed, pop it in the fridge overnight and its ready to eat in the morning ... simples!
Pink grapefruit contains high levels of vitamin C, cucumber floods the body with anti-inflammatory properties and rose soothes the body on a cellular level. The antioxidants in this smoothie will fuel you for days, brightening your skin and your spirit - plus it tastes absolutely yummy.
Bliss balls are super easy to make. This one contains just four ingredients – dates, cashews, oats and ginger – but it’s bursting with flavour, especially with the kick from the ginger. It makes a fabulous snack, especially when you are in need of a mid-morning boost.
When you find yourself in need spicy comfort food, try this deliciously fragrant Thai green curry. The curry paste is packed full of aromatics, lime and coconut oil. Although coconut oil is high in saturated fat, it contains unique fatty acids that are absorbed and rapidly oxidised for energy.
Your guide to living whole and well. Emma Olliff is a Registered Nutritional Therapist, wellness expert, food lover, and advocate for healthy living!