I made this gorgeous vegan lasagne for our teachers on our Christmas lunch. The pumpkin makes it completely satisfying. The lentils make it completely wholesome. It takes a little time to prep so if you are off work at the moment it’s the perfect time for it.
We all had such a great time at our teacher’s Christmas Party. We kicked off with a nice take on eggnog. With the spices, it tasted just like Christmas in my mouth.
Autumn is the time to switch from light salads to root veggies. Next time you roast some veg for dinner try this turmeric recipe. Not only does the turmeric help with inflammation in the body, it caramelises the veg to perfection!
I have been promising this recipe to many of you so here it is! This is a fantastic dairy free and (almost) sugar free dessert that is so rich and filling it is totally fulfilling! But what I love about it the most is that it freezes beautifully so I make up batches and freeze.
Thank you to wonderful frequent visitor to the studio Megan for this fantastic cake recipe, created to celebrate the birthday of one of our dear friends to the studios. Maybe I was just tasting the love in it on the night, but this is simply the most wonderful chocolate cake I have ever had. And because the cook kept telling me how simple this one-pan cake recipe is, I just had ask for a copy to share with you!
If you are having a mother’s day gathering these are a healthy hit. They will be demolished by grown ups and kids alike. Kale shines nutritionally: High in fibre, iron, potassium and Vit A and for a vegetable, not bad in protein. This has to be the best way to consume all the goodness that’s in a bunch of kale. (Alas, they seem so absorb humidity so they won’t keep for lunchboxes.)