Sausage Casserole is a one-pot family staple that’s full of fibre, 3 B-vitamins and protein which all help our mental and physical brain health. Simple to make with affordable ingredients.
A simple pasta sauce is great by itself and is a great base to add other flavours to. This straightforward sauce is ready in less than 15 minutes.
A jacket potato is a nutritional gem that helps maintain your physical and mental health. In uncertain times this familiar comfort food is a must.
This easy dish is a crispy delight to eat whilst doing your body lots of good. A great alternative to a traditional Sunday dinner.
As the name suggests, Hot and Sticky Mongolian beef has an addictive balance of heat and sweet. It’s also packed full of iron which is an essential part of my nutrition plan to manage my mental health.
This iron and fibre-packed chowder is a bright comfort food that brings some Mexican sunshine to a chilly night.
When the hedgerows are groaning with blackberries it’s worth taking a walk and gathering up these anti-oxident packed gems. This bright and sweet mousse is incredibly easy to make.
Every year we end up with some tomatoes with splits, dents and holes in them and they’re perfect for making chutney. I simply cut away any damaged pulp and use the rest to make this sweet and spiced chutney that is delicious on mature cheddar and crackers
Butter Chicken is a great way to introduce children to curry because it’s so flavourful without intense heat.
Learning how to make these dumplings was a labour of love that was well worth the effort. The kids love helping me mix the filling and rolling out the dumpling wrappers.