The idea of dipping orange segments into chocolate is nothing new. But have you tried it with sea salt? You really need to. The sweetness of the orange with the bitterness of the dark chocolate and that salty hit is just to-die-for.
For me, roasted nuts can be a dangerous snack. Waaaaaaay too addictive. Especially when they’ve got a kick. But it is Christmas and I’m allowed to binge. I’m practically SUPPOSED to binge, right?
Brr, it’s cold outside. Time for some soup! I’m collaborating with Urban Outfitters again and have used their adorable Soup Mugs to create this warming winter soup. With sweet butternut squash and spicy chilli.
If you don’t like Brussels sprouts, then I’m sorry but I don’t get you. They’re so cute with the “mini cabbage” thing they’ve got going on, they taste so buttery and I just love the texture. One of the best vegetables, in my opinion.
Crumble weather is here! I love this time of year, mainly for the comforting, warming foods that I get the excuse to make. This crumble definitely ticks the comforting and warming boxes. Plus, the flavours are just amazing. Imagine a classic apple and blackberry crumble with a gingerbread and almond twist. SO GOOD.
Last year, during a trip to Devon, I tasted the best soup I’ve ever tasted in my life. A sweet roasted parsnip and celeriac soup. Trying to order something vegan-friendly in Devon was a total nightmare and I mainly lived on chips… so perhaps the luxury of eating “real” food for a change played a…
Disclaimer: Thank you to Natural Balance Foods for sponsoring this recipe. Today’s recipe is a little bit unusual coming from me… Because if you’re a regular reader, you’ll know that I have a banana intolerance. So why on earth am I posting a recipe with banana in it? Well, before I knew bananas were a…
I’ve been on a mission to make a green smoothie that doesn’t taste… well, green. Believe me, I’m not one to eat something for the nutritional benefits alone. It has to taste good too.