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i’ve been mighty slack with posting photos even though i’ve taken millions in the past few weeks! bad me. here’s another cheat photo (made all groovy-like on hipstamatic). even though i can’t stand boiled sweets, they always look enticingly lovely and suck me in with their rainbow colours and gleaming shinyness. i could work in a sweet shop and never […]
wraps are easy and quick and you can make them with whatever you have in the fridge. veggies: fry up some garlic, chilli, onion and veggies (i used red pepper and green beans but leak, cherry tomatoes or courgette are also really good) and mix in some tomato puree. i often use coconut oil for […]
the other day i got an email, a kind of chain letter for a recipe exchange. as it’s summery i’ve been eating loads of really delicious salads, i sent this. the dry-fried seeds/nuts are THE BEST. avocado is simply heavenly and Marks & Spencer’s Santini tomatoes are really really good. let me know if you […]
2 apples, 3 sticks of celery, 2 inches of cucumber, some ginger and half a lemon. juice directly into glass, wait with quiet panic for it to spill all over the kitchen …it didn’t. lucky this time!
a few weeks back i cleaned the fridge. remember when it was summer? i managed to pick the hottest day for doing this (bit stupid). anyway all the yummy food piled up like this looked kind of nice.
we got smarties with our tea
ingredients: 250g wholemeal flour (i used spelt), approx. 3 tablespoons of unsweetened cocoa, 1/2 cup of coconut oil, 2 teaspoons of vanilla essence. 1/2 cup of milk (or soya milk) and equivalent of water. sweeten with agave nectar (love the taste of agave!). adjust all flavourings to your taste, i love choc cookies for their […]
so tonight i forgot to, again, heed my inner flat tummy voice and gave into another whimsical fancy for munchy food, this time chocolate oat cookies. ingredients, in varying amounts and in no particular order, are: spelt flour, oats, cocoa powder (unsweetened), margarine, soya milk, agave nectar. mix up, make into cookie shapes with a […]
late on sunday night i gave in to a sudden fancy for cookies. ingredients: 2 mashed bananas, 2 cups of oats, an amount of coconut oil and a tablespoon of vanilla essence. mix it up, splatter into cookie-shaped blobs onto a baking sheet and bake at 180 C for 20-30 mins. i’m really not very […]
heavenly avocado with some other things in that may or may not be insanely healthy. love the colour, and it smells really fresh and summery, like cut grass. there is no grass in it (some of you might be wondering).
carrot, apple, ginger and lemon juice, brought to you in luminous orange.