Many apologies for the lack of recipe posts…you’ve probably thought I’d abandoned the blog! Fear not, I am still here but have just been exceptionally busy finishing off my course with the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, I am now officially graduated and setting up my Health Coaching business. To learn more about what I am doing head over to my website http://www.rebeccapricehealthcoach.com – and if you have any questions please feel free to message me or leave a comment.
Now, back to the recipe…
Everywhere you look these days there are lots of variations of protein bars and nut bars. Some are great to grab when out and about but some are just filled with nasties, I decided to make my own version and I can honestly say there’ll be no more store bought bars in my house!
I played around with this recipe and my Dad volunteered to be the taste tester – which actually surprised me as he’s a bit wary about some of my concoctions! Anyway this recipe has his seal of approval, so I thought if he loves it then it is definitely a recipe to share with you all! Continue reading
The other day I noticed I had some blueberries which needed using up and thought I would attempt to bake something. I say attempt as whenever I bake something 9 times out of 10 I have a disaster! However, this time I was pleasantly surprised that these cupcakes turned out great.
The Christmas tree and decorations are up and it is beginning to feel very festive around here just now. I’ve completed my present shopping but still need to wrap the gifts. Every year I think I enjoy wrapping lots of presents in one go but then once I start, I actually begin to remember how much I don’t enjoy it! Especially when you have gifts which are oddly shaped, maybe I am just not patient enough but I can declare I am not a fan of wrapping presents.
Sprouts are a bit like Marmite; either you love them or hate them. I personally love them just as long as they haven’t been boiled forever which makes them soggy…then I hate them! My favourite way to cook sprouts is to roast them or finely shred them for a salad or coleslaw.
I absolutely love French toast. It reminds me of childhood as this was my treat breakfast at my grandmother’s on a Sunday morning. I loved standing next to her and help dip the bread in the egg mixture and as soon as the bread hit the pan the smell that wafted through the house made my tummy rumble!
I’ve become somewhat obsessed with radishes lately. I used to always love them finely chopped through a salad to give a peppery kick but then I tried them in my noodle broth and I fell in love with them when cooked.
Raw radish is quite peppery but something happens when you cook them. It is such a subtle flavour and not the peppery taste you would normally associate with them.
Everywhere you look these days people are talking about cauliflower ‘rice’. I’ve been making it for a while now so thought I’d share the recipe.
People probably wonder why not just use rice? Whilst most people can tolerate rice there are others who can’t seem to digest rice too well and this makes a nice alternative and it is so easy to make which always helps!