Protein-rich cookie dough
Made using no more than five whole ingredients all vegan and local to India- and it takes only 5 minutes!
Protein-rich cookie dough
Classic tomato soup!
A warm bowl of soup is all you need in this cold weather! 🌫️🌨️ Perfect to batch make over the weekend or even when you’re too tired to cook dinner!
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade but when life hands you avocados, make avo key lime cheesecakes!
These key lime cupcakes are delicious vegan cheesecakes are the perfect recipe to use up lots of avocados. A healthy dessert that look absolutely fabulous and will impress your guests! .
Sweet potato, carrot and beetroot drizzled with olive oil, Jaggery syrup ,seasoned with salt & pepper baked and mixed in with quinoa and Swiss chard.
Mixing all the ingredients in the same tray makes sure that the flavours blend in evenly making it easy, nutritious and delicious
Grains are a staple part of our Indian diet, however a number of processed, refined white grains have found their way into our lives. It's incredibly important for us to look into the health implications of this.Read More
No bake granola ladoos!
Made using just 5 ingredients that we’re sure you’ll easily find in your pantry, these granola balls are fuss free and delicious.
Make and store in your fridge for months and pack a couple in your bag for a snack on the go!
It's time we talk about fats! The truth is that fats have been heavily misunderstood and it’s time we rethink limiting them in our diets.
Our focus should not be on cutting down our fat intake, but instead we need to think about the type of fat that we are consuming.
Tray bakes are amazing, they require minimal effort, retain nutrition and are full of flavour! Tray-bakes are all about mixing up fresh veggies, herbs and spices and roasting it all together- a one-tray dish that is a super-easy light dinner or lunch with friends.Read More
It’s all about finding balance.
In order to help you move towards your healthiest self, you need to understand which foods to eat but also how frequently and in what quantities.
This third practice that we wanted to talk about is finding your dietary balance with a conversation about macronutrients and the right portion sizes.
Give your brinjals a twist with this smoky dip that will have you loving the vegetable. Make it, store it and spread it on toast or eat it as hummus with your veggies or top some on your salad to add a whole new flavour depth to it.Read More
When you think about what you ate yesterday or two week ago, how different has the food on your plate been? Often-time we may be tempted to stick to a few fruits & vegetables that are family favourites and fall into a routine. But the truth is that diversity is a good thing, particularly for our gut!Read More
With the goodness of pomegranate intact in homemade molasses. This little jar of syrupy red goodness is what your kitchen needs.Read More
The first practice we wanted to talk about is how you eat and think about food, rather than what you eat.
Mindful eating means eating with awareness and involves paying attention to your body’s signals. This means allowing yourself to eat when you are hungry and knowing to stop when you are satisfied, eating slowly and consciously, tuning into the flavours and sensations, noticing your thoughts and feelings around food, and connecting with where your food has come from.
Sarah x Hannah have teamed up to bring together evidence based nutrition with delicious recipes. Hannah is a Registered Associate Nutritionist (ANutr with AfN-London) and a Certified Sports Nutritionist from the International Society of Sports Nutrition (CISSN).
In collaboration with Hannah, we’re coming up with a five week nutrition series where every Tuesday we’re going to give you simple and easy to follow guidance on learning to eat well for life- with no fads, diets or contradictory advice!
Books and pens at the ready. Stay tuned❤
A healthy no bake dessert filled with the goodness of carrots, nuts and oats which is easy to make and is perfect for those hunger cravingsRead More
A protein packed pea smash with the goodness of hemp hearts, perfect as a dip, dressing or to spread on toastRead More
A substitute to regular toasts, sweet potato toasts are nourishing, delicious and take less than 10 minutes to make. Perfect for breakfast, you can take it to go too.Read More
Baked sweet potato chips topped with pea smash make for a protein packed snack or breakfast. Easy to make and with a long shelf life, snack time never got easier.
By Riddhi Jain
Jamun compote. An easy recipe which is healthy and delicious combining the tangy flavours of jamun and its health benefits, letting us enjoy this fruit even after the season ends.
By Riddhi Jain