These little pancakes have only 3 main ingredients, and are so easy to make that I feel a little embarrassed to call this a recipe (!), but I've had a few requests lately for the recipe, so here it is!
I’ve adapted this recipe to try and replicate my favourite Indian dish from a restaurant in the neighbourhood where we lived in Oslo. It’s becoming one of my favourite winter dinners, and is great for getting in a good serve greens (and plenty of nutrients) from the spinach!
I often use cod for this recipe - it's a nice firm fish that holds together, and a great option if you’re new to fish as it doesn’t have a really fishy taste (as long as it’s fresh)! This recipe is also a great way to use up leftover almond grounds if you make your own almond milk.
These quick iceblocks are perfect as a treat to cool down on a hot summer's day! This recipe is actually my favourite go-to breakfast smoothie, which I've just turned into iceblocks. It's super quick and easy to make, and if you have any leftovers like I did, then you’ll have your breakfast sorted as well!
I came up with this healthier version of carrot cake for Easter, but it's actually a tasty treat any time of the year. It's also my favourite alternative to a chocolate cake for birthdays, or you can also make this as muffins for pre-portioned treats.
A great breakfast for those colder mornings, this porridge contains nutrients that are essential for immune function, as well as healthy fats from nuts and seeds. Oats are also a source of beta-glucan, a carbohydrate which can help to lower LDL cholesterol and may reduce risk of cardiovascular disease.