I saw a article on the Daily Mail on Monday regarding the seven foods that we shouldn’t eat according to nutritionist, Helen Bond, however I found the piece to be insulting to anyone taking their health seriously and it was basically a what not to eat for dummies with fairly obvious foods to avoid. It wouldn’t … More The latest ‘health’ food to avoid for dummies
Makes: 20 What you need: 150g fresh cranberries 3 tablespoons Cointreau 1 tsp granted orange zest 500g white chocolate, suitable for cooking 600g double cream 25g unsalted butter What to do: 1. Place the cranberries, Cointreau and orange zest into a small pan, bring to a simmer and cook until softened and syrupy. Leave to … More White chocolate and cranberry truffles
As of today I am seven days into a 30 day challenge devised by Abby Pell for Myprotein, and it’s been an experience.
It is very clear that we are well on our way to winter, the nights are drawing in quicker, the weather is changing and I’m pulling out my winter clothes already. This weeks #GymBagDreams draws on the blustery, cold nights that we are now becoming reacquainted with, so enjoy the ‘in the night’ theme as blues take … More Gym bag dreams: In the night
The nights are getting colder and I don’t know about you but I definitely need an evening pick me up. This recipe for homemade hot chocolate will do the job, and warm you right up – any excuse to have whipped cream though, right? Just add a fluffy blanket and Rom-Com on the RV to … More Hazelnut hot chocolate
Serves: 12 Calories: 357 What you need: 200g plain chocolate, broken into pieces 225g butter, diced 200g pack Kale 225g light brown soft sugar 3 medium eggs 100g plain flour 1 teaspoon baking powder What you need: 1. Pre-heat the oven to 180˚C/Gas Mark 5. 2. Grease and base line a 22cm square tin. 3. … More Chocolate kale brownies