A traditional key lime pie is made with dairy, gluten and refined sugar which means it isn’t always suitable for those either choosing to be a little healthier or following a free-from diet, but that’s where this recipe comes in to save the day! These mini Key Lime Pies are the perfect twist on the […]
Our increasingly internal lifestyle and sun protection has led to the World Health Organisation estimate that at least 1 in 5 adults have insufficient levels of vitamin D, meaning that its highly likely that you, or someone you know, maybe displaying some of the common symptoms of deficiency without even realising.
Say hello to your new favourite meal! These vegan fajita skins are the most comforting, warming, delicious meal for all to enjoy this Autumn/Winter. The potato skins themselves are made with high-protein black beans, juicy cherry tomatoes, rich red pepper and the amazing, flavoursome fajita seasoning stocked at Grape Tree. The Mexican flavoured potato skins […]
We’ve all heard of sandwich cookies but I bet you’ve never tried this combination before! Chocolate & Raisin is a delicious pairing, there’s something so yummy about the juicy sweet raisins together with the rich chocolate and works so well in this recipe. The cookies are made with ground almonds and oats with sweet raisins […]
New research has shown that regularly eating nuts can dramatically increase a man’s chances of being a father.Fertility experts in Spain showed that after just three months of eating a daily handful of almonds, hazelnuts and walnuts the sperm count of young men in their trial increased by 16 per cent.
New research has underscored just how many of us are missing out on important nutrients in our diets. The findings show that more than 50 per cent of women are living with a deficiency of selenium and more than a quarter are below recommended levels of both iron and potassium.
Freekeh is an ancient grain that has found a brand new place in western cooking and eating. But its journey to the table is still one of the strangest tales in food production. It has been grown and eaten in the Eastern Mediterranean and North Africa since biblical times and still is.
We all know that following a healthy diet is a must to protect our bodies and in particular our hearts. But what about the brain? In recent years it has started to become evident that diet could be as important to our mental health as to our physical well being.
Are you struggling to get your five a day? Then try this super healthy lentil ragu recipe, a yummy veggie alternative to spaghetti bolognese that will get you four steps closer. Plus, it can be frozen and reheated for extra convenience.
Spelt is a good source of dietary fibre, protein, vitamins and minerals. The spelt grain is also water soluble, which makes it easier to digest than your standard plain flour. It also has mild and slightly sweet, nutty flavour. A light grain so, it doesn’t weigh down baked goods, which makes it a great choice when […]