- balsamic vinegar
- butternut squash
- coconut oil
- coconut water
- dairy free
- olive oil
- peanut butter
- pumkin seeds
- red onion
- shedding the wheat
- spring onion
- sunflower seeds
Author Archives: sheddingthewheat
A vibrant Halloumi Salad, packed full of nutrients to battle those winter blues! This refreshing gluten free salad starts with a bed of earthy quinoa, spring onion, red cabbage and spinach tossed in a light tangy lemon oil dressing, with lashings … Continue reading
A gorgeous Tropical Smoothie that will delight your taste buds. This Tropical Smoothie is a great energy booster which helps regulates blood sugar levels, aids digestive health, boosts the immune system and provides the body with essential electrolytes whilst providing essential hydration.
A beautifully light fragant dish with flakes of peppered smoked mackerel, fluffy basmati rice and perfectly soft boiled eggs. Originating in India and believed to be brought back to the UK by British Colonials, it was introduced as a breakfast dish … Continue reading
A wholesome gluten-free meatloaf, accompanied by a warming paprika sauce and served with crisp wedges. One of my favourites for when I am in need of a bit of comfort in my life. This is a perfect winter meal for a chilly … Continue reading
A breakfast smoothie is perfect for when you are in a rush in the mornings. Simply pop all the fruit and a drop of water into your food blender and viola.
Nothing beats Nachos with homemade Chunky Salsa and Guacamole when you fancy a bit of guilt-free naughtiness and these yummy recipes are sure to cure any naughty cravings.
When I am feeling a little under the weather nothing picks me up like my Cold Buster Juice. Packed full of vitamins and minerals to aid the recovery of the common cold and flu. A similar base to the Breakfast … Continue reading
I discovered the key to perfect moist brownies last year whilst skiing in France and I couldn’t believe it was so simple. To me nothing is more lovely than a moist indulgent brownie and this recipe is just that. I … Continue reading