Blueberry and Coconut Smoothie Bowl

Jan 30

January is a time when many people make new years resolutions, often to eat a healthier more balanced diet. Almost a month into 2016 and it’s hard to keep up with the healthy lifestyle. A great way of packing loads of fruit and veg into your diet is smoothie bowls. They are super easy and can even be made the night before and left in the fridge ready for a quick breakfast on the go. This one is blueberry and coconut so packed full of vitamin c, however you can play around with different flavours and toppings. Many supermarkets now have ready prepared fruit in the frozen section, these are very handy when you don’t have a lot of time on your hands. Try out this simple recipe to help you keep up with your New Year’s resolutions.

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Blueberry and Coconut Smoothie Bowl

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Jamaican Ginger Roulade

Jan 24

Fed up of dealing with a cracked roulade? Look no further, this recipe is a foolproof way of producing a textbook tight roll with no cracks in sight! It’s fantastic alternative to the divine chocolate roulade. Packed with gorgeous stem ginger and served with a rum caramel sauce it’s perfect for a Sunday afternoon with a strong brew.

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Jamaican Ginger Roulade

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Mexican Sausage Pasta Bake

Jan 10

Sometimes you have to ditch the January diet and make something comforting to ward away the cold. The spicy, warming Mexican flavours in this pasta bake will do just that. This is truly some good mood food.

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Mexican Sausage Pasta Bake

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Quick Beef & Ale Pie

Jan 3

A British pub classic which happens to be relatively speedy to make (around an hour). There’s no waiting around for the meat to get tender but you still get all the depth of flavour. This recipe serves one hungry customer, double up if you are a duo!

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Beef & Ale Pie

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