This is by far the most delicious pudding I have created since starting a primal, ketogenic diet. It’s dark and rich with an incredibly moist texture thanks to a certain hidden ingredient!
As this is such a quick, simple recipe, I often make extra to ensure I have delicious, healthy lunch options throughout the week. Enjoy with crudités or low-carb Melba toast.
This recipe originally started out as a chilled avocado soup. Without the chocolate, the ingredients create a fresh, satiating soup or smoothie but adding crisp chocolate chips transforms it into a luxurious dessert the whole family will enjoy! It is paleo, keto, and even vegan friendly, containing no sugar, dairy, or preservatives!
This is an ideal recipe for Easter. Combining spring ingredients such as succulent lamb, fresh mint, and tangy spring onions, it’s a delicious alternative to a traditional lamb roast. Serve with roasted vegetables and buttery, broccoli mash for an appetising, paleo/ketogenic lunch that the whole family will enjoy!
To me, this dish screams of summer. The vibrant flavours of zesty lemon, salty black olives, and fragrant basil are reminiscent of my childhood, having spent the majority of family vacations in Mediterranean countries. Even when at home, my parents frequently cooked with these staple ingredients so, naturally, I have developed a habit of using them in numerous recipes!
What better way to show your appreciation for the most important lady in your life than rustling up a delicious and vibrant breakfast which can be enjoyed from the warmth of the duvet?
Usually, I buy a gift for my mother to celebrate Mothering Sunday but this year I decided to make one. Like most mothers, mine spends a lot of time on her feet, running around after the rest of the family, so this stimulating foot cream is the perfect gift!