I don’t want to toot my own trumpet, but this banana bread has been called, “The best banana bread I’ve ever eaten.” I’m not going to tell you who said it (they definitely weren’t blood related), but it was said and can’t be taken back. You won’t know if it’s true unless you make it … More Banana Bread
I can’t take credit for these as I’ve largely poached the recipe from Deliciously Ella. However, I have made a few tweaks that I think improve them. They’re a great treat and are packed full of healthy ingredients.
This curry is really easy and healthy too. I’ve cheated and used a ready made paste but any guilt about this is immediately assuaged when you taste it.
If you’re more interested in cutting out sugar yourself than hearing about how my emotional state’s been since I’ve reduced my sugar intake, I’ve put together a sample, one-day meal plan to get you started. It’s high in protein and fats and low in carbs, to keep you feeling fuller for longer and help you … More No sugar: two weeks in
My mum makes the world’s best bolognese. But even if I follow her recipe (which is rather haphazard) to the ever-varying letter, it never tastes the same. Rather than feel disappointed each time I attempt it, I’ve come up with my own version, because rain or glorious sunshine, it’s always the right season for a good … More Bolognese sauce
I developed this recipe from a collection of Carrot Cake recipes and it has proved to be very popular indeed. The combination of the sweetly-spiced sponge with the slightly tangy icing makes it appealing for any palate. The use of oil over butter means that as far as cakes go, this is a healthy one.