I don't want to speak too soon and scare the sunshine away but it might actually now be summer. I've been trying out some lovely new little treats that are great for summer snacking and are easy meal additions. I always find myself eating lighter in the summer months, but I don't just mean calories. Lighter flavours, colours and textures are always welcome at this time of year and these products I've been trying fit into that perfectly.
There are an awful lot of new 'healthy' or 'superfoods' around at the moment and they are everywhere you look. Avocados, coconut oil, seeds and berries, cacao nibs; the list goes on. Now, I'll try anything once and I have had a flirtation with all of the aforementioned foods but what happens when the Vogue moment is over, everyone's moved on to something new and you're left with a cupboard of half opened ingredients. Well if you're me and throwing
It's February, apologies for stating the obvious. To me, February is the interim month; not as fresh as January when I'm enthusiastic about the New Year and not as good as March when you know that spring has pretty much arrived. So as far as I'm concerned February needs a bit of brightening up to get us all through the cold, grey days. That help can come in many forms; in this case coconut and lime biscuits. This particular flavour combination can
I find I get a craving for tropical flavours this time of year; pineapple, mango, dragon fruit and such but it's a bit of a bore to just eat it raw. When the lovely people at Rachel's Organic asked if I would like to try some of their yoghurt I had to try the coconut one. I have been enjoying it with banana for breakfast but I wanted to make something creative with it. I do like yoghurt on its own but I think it gives a great flavour to icings, ice