Whenever I’m asked to bring a dish to a special event, this ‘Roast Pumpkin and Beetroot Salad’ is the one I whip up. Not only do the rich colours of this dish draw everyone’s attention, it’s incredibly easy to prepare.
Making your own pesto is not only incredible easy, but rich in phytonutrients (and so much more!). This Basil & Cashew Pesto is not only rich in flavour, it pairs perfectly with almost any dish. For those seeking a vegan alternative, using “nutritional yeast” will give you a similar flavour. I personally like to use…
Since visiting Greece, the good old Greek Salad has been on my radar each and every summer. This Greek Salad with Goats Cheese combines fresh seasonal vegetables with a simple yet effective dressing- one bit alone is enough to transport you to somewhere in the Mediterranean.
As the weather gets a little warmer, I start to crave that lighter, crispier texture of a salad. To help satisfy this craving, I decided to whip together an old favourite for lunch today – my pomegranate. fennel and goat’s cheese salad. It’s so simple to throw together and tastes freaking amazing. Perfect to pair back with… well, anything really! I even like to enjoy it on it’s own.
Looking for some quick and easy dinner inspiration? Today at ‘An Apple a Day’ HQ, we strayed from our usual recipe and whipped up this version in next to no time. After we devoured our servings, we realised It was too good not to share! Enjoy x
As you all know, Andrew and I recently took a trip to Italy. It was here I fell in love with so many incredible tastes and flavours, one of which includes the delicious eggplant parmigiana (oh em gee, I’m salivating even righting this post!). With eggplants, basil and tomatoes coming into full season, I thought that this would be the PERFECT opportunity to share this delicious dish. Trust me when I tell you that you are going to want to make double – it’s that yummy.
Sick of eating the same old salad each and every day? Looking for a quick salad recipe that tastes delicious? This week I threw together a chicken and quinoa salad in less than 10 minutes. Who said healthy eating had to be hard work? Never.
I don’t know about you, but to me, there is nothing better than a warm soup on a chilly winter’s day and this carrot and red lentil soup is one of my favourites. This soup is incredibly simple, oh so delicious and of course rich in real-food goodness.