A fillet of fish goes a very long way in this simple midweek meal, it's quick to prepare, demolished by the entire family and wonderfully cheap to make. I serve these tasty gluten free morsels with a deconstructed raw salad and homemade tomato sauce - perfect!Ingredients:4 large potatoes, or a mix of potato and kumaragenerous glug of quality olive oil1 large fillet of fish approx. 250-300g - I...
The start of a new school term brings new inspiration for healthy homemade lunches. Today I'm sharing an ol' classic - the peanut brownie, although it's been thoroughly jazzed up. I've never been a fan of the peanut brownie, it was such a disappointment when my Mother would make them, rather than her chocolate iced afghans or chewy oat cookies. I like a little more, I don't know, substance, or a...View Post
This rich banana pudding is incredibly satisfying. It’s best served fresh from the oven on a chilly Winter’s night, with a generous dollop of whipped cream and your favourite throw wrapped around your feet!It is made free of gluten and refined sugar, using my favourite wholesome flour – buckwheat and the result, a light and fluffy banana cake with oodles of scrumptious, sticky butterscotch sauce –...View Post