To reach your nutrition goals and enjoy plenty of healthy, delicious, and nutrient-rich meals on a daily basis, you have to regularly evaluate your shopping and food consumption habits. Do you hurry through the supermarket and pick up the first items you see? Do you always plan to cook a healthy dinner at home but end up ordering takeaway? In a busy, fast-paced world, many people are used to making decisions quickly, always choosing the most convenient option rather than the healthiest one.
In this article, you’ll discover three healthy and smart food shopping habits that can transform your relationship with food.
Continuing my link up with White's Oats, this Apple and Cinnamon Crumble Cake is delicious eaten warm with a cup of tea or with lashings of creamy custard as a pudding - Perfect for Easter Sunday lunch!
The perfect prize for a ramen fan! The gorgeous Japanese ramen set worth £39.50 contains two Karasuba-Iro ramen bowls, two ramen ladles, and a full colour ramen recipe booklet. All packed together in a reusable drawstring cotton gift bag.
This version of a classic dip is a super quick and delicious way to use up those Christmas cheese board leftovers – if you’re lucky enough to have any…
Rice pudding is such a fantastic winter comfort food and this almond milk version is perfect for me as I have been limiting my diary intake over the past couple of years. Quick to make but seriously indulgent with delicious cherries soaked in kirsch - the perfect lazy Boxing Day pud!
Christmas is just around the corner and what better way to celebrate than with a festive punch recipe. This recipe from award winning blended rum The Duppy Share has Christmas written all over it - when else do you garnish your cocktails with a cinnamon stick I ask you?
Nothing gets a party started like a big bowl of delicious rum punch! I've teamed up with The Duppy Share, an award-winning blend of two complementary Caribbean rums and aged in oak bourbon casks, to bring you some festive rum punch recipes in the lead up to Christmas celebration. Mix up a bowl before people arrive then relax and enjoy a drop of punch with your guests.
We begin with the zesty Duppy St Clements which couldn't be easier to make:
One of the wonderful elements of Autumn is the abundant squashes and pumpkins. Roasted to perfection these vegetables live and breathe warm, cosy nights wrapped up with furry slippers on. This Butternut Squash Hummus is the perfect accompaniment for Moroccan and Persian dishes or served as a starter or snack with fine crackers. For this recipe it is preferable to roast your squash for a deep, rich flavour.
Having recently moved we are on the hunt for a new kitchen, after all I spend most of my time in that room of the house, but with a new kitchen usually comes a huge price tag. Here are my top tips on how you can give your kitchen a makeover without breaking the bank.
The kids and I have been enjoying this year’s series of The Great British Bake Off. E in particular is absorbing so much cooking knowledge and really becoming interested in what’s going on in our kitchen. But this week’s episode has left me concerned with the direction the series is going. Is watching someone (a very lovely, sweet lady) reduced to tears while being scolded by Paul because their Danish pastries should have been in the oven for another 2minutes really entertainment?
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