Oh, my word am I excited to share this one with you. This recipe is the perfect tonic to all those naughty festive treats that we’ve been consuming. There is nothing I like more than a cheeky gingerbread man or two don’t get me wrong but I can enjoy a festive slaw on a whole other level. Full of all those trusty Christmas flavours but bursting with goodness and nutrition. This recipe has won my heart and I can’t wait to hear what you guys think of it too. Print Festive Slaw Full of all those trusty Christmas flavours but bursting with goodness and nutrition. Servings 4 people Ingredients 1/2 white cabbage 1 red onion 1 apple juice and zest of 1 orange handful dried cranberries handful chopped walnuts season to taste Instructions Chop your cabbage, apple and onion into thin slices. You can use a food processor if you prefer. Add your cranberries walnuts and seasoning. Juice and zest your orange over the top and enjoy! I’d love for you to share your favourite healthy festive recipes. Tag us in on social media and share what makes your bells jingle with glee.
There is nothing I love more than a beautiful bowl of comfort food at this time of year. There is just something about scooping from a steamy bowl and knowing your body is being nourished from the delicious goodness inside. Those of you who know me know that my favourite meal in the world is our lemon kale pasta broth but I have to tell you, my friends, that this dish has rivalled it. Boasting the same nutritional benefits and offering the ‘hug in a bowl’ effect I can now proudly say that I have two favourite dishes. On to the recipe… If you’re feeling run down, need a hug or simply fancy a quick easy supper then let this be your go-to. It will warm the cockles of your heart.
Doughnuts made of vegetables I hear you cry?! It’s crazy, but it’s true! These bad boys have been inspired by a Forks Over Knives recipe which you can find here. They have been adapted to fit even more wonderful veggies in and you will not believe how sticky and delicious they are. It’s about this time of year when our bodies crave the more fulfilling of recipes. Warm stews and roast dinners. Surrounded by so much confection in the shops and on the TV it’s no wonder that we begin to crave the naughty sweet stuff too, am I right? Well, this recipe is the best of both worlds. Your body will be nourished by all of the wonderful whole plant foods and yet your taste buds will be fooled into thinking that all their Christmases have come at once! Oil, egg, refined sugar and dairy free these scrumptious little rings are the treats that keep on giving. Enjoy!! You will need a mini doughnut mould. Here is a link to our sweet potato and date puree recipe I really hope you enjoy these fabulous doughnuts as much as my family has. Stay healthy beautiful people! Help us out! If […]
Well, do I have a treat in store for you or what? Fed up of play dough that cracks, becomes dry or costs the earth? Well, it is time to kiss goodbye to those problems once and for all with our best ever play dough recipe. (Tooting my own trumpet much?) Seriously though this recipe will leave you with taste safe, affordable, shiny and stretchy play dough that will last months. Yes, It really is that good. Now, on to the recipe! There is literally no end to the play that you can get from play dough. Whether they’re a cafe owner, an engineer, a robot manufacturer or simply after a relaxing sensory spa session then there will be a play dough out there to support your child’s magical world of imaginative play. Enjoy!! Let us know in the comments what your favourite way to play with play dough is. We want our comments section to be full of helpful ideas for all of our lovely readers and maybe you too can pick up a few ideas from others! As with all of the crafts we share with you, we ask you to make sure that they are age appropriate […]
Today I’m dropping you a super speedy recipe and a super speedy blog post. This gem of a recipe has become our weegans favourite side dish to dip pretty much everything into. Great for sharing platters, in sandwiches or even spooned into a warm buttery jacket potato. This little number will make you feel all the festive feels of this wondrous time of year. Let us know how you like to eat yours. It really is as simple as that. A perfect way to celebrate the change of season with a gently spiced sharing recipe for the whole family to enjoy!
Today’s book project idea has a spooky Halloween theme based on the Jampires book by Sarah McIntyre & David O’Connell . I have been desperate to create a craft for this book for some time but knew it would be a lovely add on to the Halloween crafts we are working on. I’m so glad I held out. This lovely book is riddled with rhyming words and beautiful pictures of sugary lands. It conjures up a real sense of magic and is a lovely way to take the fear out of the idea of vampires. Both the kids loved the thought that Jampires live in a world of sweet treats and it really helped set the tone for the following craft. All that talk of sherbet snow and jam tarts growing like flowers meant I was met with squeals of excitement at making our own jammy goodness in the kitchen. I spent some time thinking about what craft to run alongside this story. I knew I wanted it to be a cooking craft but I was leaning every which way when it came to which recipe. I am so glad that we went with the humble jam tart. I think […]