This delicious, fibre packed nutty banana bread granola is a healthy, wholesome banana bread alternative, that’s oil and gluten-free yet still quick and easy to make, without sacrificing those traditional banana bread scents wafting through the house!
Packed with omega 3s found in oily fish like salmon, this meal also provides the coriander that acts as a chelator to help the body to remove heavy metal build-up in large fish such as salmon/tuna. The fresh ingredients all combine to provide a powerful anti-viral, anti-inflammatory meal that is high in fibre and low GI, keeping you fuller for longer.
A combination of kale and courgette takes this nutritious combo to another level of flavour and vibrancy when making a soup! This creamy kale and courgette soup is delicious, flavoursome, nutrient dense and very easy to prepare. With it’s super green colour, you know you’re getting plenty of antioxidants; the perfect winter warmer to ward off the sniffles.
This nutritious Butternut Squash Cinnamon Granola uses butternut squash to provide sweetness whilst boosting the nutrient content and can be used as a topping with yoghurt, but as it’s so delicious, do watch the portion sizes! Makes an ideal portable snack.
Peaches that are soft and juicy and even past their best, are perfect to cook and making this healthy peach compote couldn’t be easier. A compote is simply a fruit that has been cooked down so it’s soft, thick and syrupy and utterly delicious!
Whenever we gather as a family in the Loire valley, I get to learn lots of new authentic dishes from my cousin, Linda who is not only an incredible cook but who also shares my passion for all things healthy! It’s wonderful to be able to work together and adapt some of our middle-eastern family classics to a healthier version.