Green Tea Chia Seed Pudding is delicious and easy to make with only a few ingredients. It’s naturally sweetened and perfect as a nutritious desserts or can even be a healthy breakfast or snack. I find if I have some healthy snacks prepared, I am a lot less likely to grab sugary ones. So I thought I’d share one of my favourite guilt-free desserts with you.
This easily made delicious Vanilla Cashew Cream is sure to become a favourite. It is vegan – meaning it is suitable for people on a plant-based diet, or lactose intolerant. Or, would perhaps suit people looking for a more nutritious dessert. One of the things I like most about the vegan cashew cream is that it is extremely versatile, and absolutely delicious when flavoured with vanilla. You can serve it with mixed berries, to top your morning oats, as a dip for fruit, alongside brownies, cakes, or added to a fruit smoothie.
If you are vegan/vegetarian or if you have a seafood allergy, this easily prepared Chinese inspired dish will be of interest to you. It’s called Tofu Sesame Toasts, and it’s a must-try recipe, inspired by the classic Chinese appetiser, prawn toast. They are quick and easy to make and their delicate balance of flavours may convert even those who strongly dislike tofu.
Are you up for a green smoothie challenge? A green smoothie is a simple way to improve your overall health and wellbeing, get your 5 a day, and if weight loss is your goal, lose a few pounds on the way!
Turmeric is a phytoestrogen, a plant source of oestrogen, so it can help women going through the menopause, by balancing oestrogen. It is a natural antioxidant, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory.
Worried about the Coronavirus pandemic? Who isn’t? But don’t panic! Stockpiling toilet roll and baked beans will not help! Instead, try these tried-and-tested ways to help boost our immune systems naturally, along with reducing our risk of viral infection. Plus, a lovely immune-boosting soup recipe!