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Dietitian UK: Sunshine Bars

Sunshine Bars, super healthy goodness in a bar.

These healthy, delicious oaty bars have to make you smile, packed full of fruit, seeds and with only 1 tbsp oil and 1 tbsp honey in the whole recipe, these really are a healthy alternative to a sugar laden flapjack. They are gluten free (as long as the oats are gluten free of course), wheat […]

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Homemade Pizza vlog made with my Toddler

We all love a bit of pizza, in our house we make our own pizza – why? Well…. 1)I’m wheat intolerant, 2) It’s just healthier, 3) It’s so easy in our bread machine, 4) We can choose our favourite toppings. 5) My toddler loves cooking and this is one recipe she can almost do all […]

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Making Fresh Gluten/Wheat Free Pasta

Back in the days when I could eat wheat I loved fresh pasta. It was a quick, easy meal that delighted my taste buds. I even got given a pasta machine by my mother-in-law one Christmas so I could make my own. Typically shortly after that I found out I couldn’t eat wheat. Boo. I’ll […]

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Dietitian UK: Aubergine Bake

Aubergine Bake for an Aubergine Addict.

It’s no secret that I LOVE a good bargain, last week I picked up Aubergines for 10p, yes you read that right. I’d been saving them and ruminating in my mind about what I should do with them and then got inspired by a chef friend. So here is my aubergine bake. Ingredients (serves 4): […]

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Dietitian UK: Mushroom Pasta Sauce

Quick, Simple, Fresh and Tasty Mushroom Pasta Sauce

So what do you do when you look in the fridge and see a large punnet of mushrooms that are about to go past their best? You make this! It’s a quick, easy and tasty dish that you can rustle up with ease and with the knowledge it’s healthy too. Plus it’s Wheat free, Gluten […]

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Dietitian UK: Baked Apple with raisins and custard.

Easy Peasy Baked Apples

Evenings. They can be those times when you just fancy a sweet treat. Perhaps it’s been a tough day, perhaps it’s the fact the kids are in bed and you have time to yourself, perhaps you’ve been working out and need a snack. You know the feeling. This also makes an ideal pudding – great […]

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Dietitian UK: Gluten Free, Wheat Free, Banana and Choc Chip Cake

Gluten Free, Wheat free Banana and Choc Chip Cake.

It’s been a hard few days….I fancied cake. Being a wheat intolerance, lover of all thing healthy, dietitian type, going to the shop was not an option. So I embraced the baking love and created this beauty.   I’ll be honest, I wasn’t sure if it would work….but it did, the big bonus, it took […]

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Dietitian UK: Homemade Bean Burgers and Salad

Spicy Bean Burger Heaven

I love bean burgers. They are one of those foods that want me make to turn vegetarian. But they just aren’t one of those things that I make very often. Till now. Tonight was one of those evenings where I hadn’t got round to planning dinner, so I turned to the fridge for inspiration…. the […]

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Making Fishcakes Vlog

My top 5 reasons to make Fishcakes: 1. A delicious way to get the family to eat fish, suitable as weaning food, finger food and adult food too. 2. An easy way to mix veggies into a meal (these ones have mushrooms but it could be any veg of your choice). 3. Great for the […]

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Dietitian UK: Sri-Lankan Plum Chutney

Sri-Lankan Plum Chutney

We’ve had a right plum glut this year, after making much plum jam I decided something else was needed. We love a good chutney….along with cheese, fresh salads and maybe a little wine. For me a chutney needs to be thick, fragrant and a bit spicey, so here is my take on a chutney recipe, inspired by […]

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