My recipes

If you like fudge but don’t want to use sugar or put on weight, try this recipe – you will love it!
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Low Carb Chocolate Pistachio Panna Cotta (Dairy free. Serves 1) I think pistachios must be one of the headiest nuts that exist – I could sit down with a giant bowl and just crack and eat them till I lapse into a coma. But buy them IN their shells, half the fun is the anticipation of getting that nifty little green nut out of it’s shell, and then crunching it, savouring it, while working on the next one. Don’t buy them already shelled – they are often soft and old. I love this with some of my gorgeous, pure shaved chocolate on top, chopped sprinkled pistachios (if I don’t eat them all while I’m peeling them…) and with a dollop of coconut cream if I’m feeling really wild. Give it a try – you’ll love it
Serves: 1
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Almond milk
For delicious tasting milk for tea, coffee, sauces and anything else you use milk for.
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This is incredibly anti-inflammatory, warming and supremely healthy. Here’s how you make the one I like:
Serves: Makes 2
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This is a wonderfully healthy treat for a child (of any age!).
Serves: 24 depending on the size of each sweet
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This is the nicest way to ‘take’ your daily collagen, prevent wrinkles and get all the benefits
Serves: Makes about 15 cookies
Prep time: 20 minutes | Cook time: 8 - 10 minutes
This pie can be eaten hot or cold.  It is a very affordable meal and can feed 6 people with vegetables on the side.  Add cabbage fried in lard for a delicious twist to the meal.
Serves: 4
Prep time: 10min | Cook time: 40min