|Posted by food hugs on June 10, 2014 at 8:15 AM||comments (0)|
An American friend of mine can't believe how many rainbows she gets to see living in Ireland.
The advantage, I guess, of all that soft rain and bright sunshine.....at the same time!
This recipe is in honour of this priviledge but is also a snazzy way of encouraging kids, as well as adults, to 'Eat a Rainbow', incorporating a lovely array of colours; red, orange, yellow, green and purple.
I made this for the junior cycle at my s...Read Full Post »
|Posted by food hugs on November 4, 2013 at 7:45 PM||comments (0)|
With its sprinkling of jewel like goji berries and tang of chocolate orange, these raw chocolate brownies always remind of Christmas.......though they are a great, healthy pick me up at any time of year, with a lovely cup of Pukka Vanilla Chai (in front of an open fire whilst having a foot massage *sighs*).
The recipe below is based on ‘Seed Soliders’ by Susan Jane MurrayRead Full Post »
|Posted by food hugs on June 10, 2013 at 6:40 AM||comments (1)|
I am never using tinned chickpeas again for a hummus recipe.
The holy grail of hummus is that really smooth, creamy texture that just feels so velvety and silky, but without the heaviness of a load of oil. I've tried a number of recipes. Some have worked out very nice, like Nigella Lawson's Peanut Butter Hummus, some have just ended up being a grainy, vaguely edible bean paste.
However, this is the first reci...Read Full Post »
|Posted by food hugs on May 30, 2013 at 3:40 PM||comments (0)|
At last, the recipe!
I made this for my workshop on Nutrition for Children, just as a little treat. Something to have in the back pocket (not literally) in the midst of all the healthy eating. Plus as a way of incorporating some healthy fats from nuts and coconut oil and minerals from raw cacao into the diet.
This does have a little bit of sugar in it, which you can pla...Read Full Post »
|Posted by food hugs on May 20, 2013 at 5:00 AM||comments (0)|
I've a pile of printed recipes in my kitchen, tear-offs from magazines and blotched scraps of paper mounting on a daily basis.
They're recipes that have spoken to me, begging to be selected, and eventually made - wheat free, low in sugar, generally easy peasy, full of flavour and just so inviting.
Some are queue jumpers - they offer themselves up as a holy grail and skip that long line.
This recipe is one of them.
It's fr...Read Full Post »