I've teamed up with Unbeelievable Health to design this recipe to boost the immune system ready for winter. Packed with ingredients containing Vitamin C and antioxidants, this lovely sweet elixir also makes use of those leftover bits from your pumpkin carving. You know I hate waste!
I've recently partnered up with Asquith London to write a few posts for their #AsquithWorld blog. The first of these picked out 5 of my favourite Nutrition & Wellness podcasts. But I wanted to go one step further for the readers of my blog and give you an even wider selection of the stuff I listen to.
I discovered the inspiration for this recipe while looking for a show-stopper centre piece for my sister's birthday buffet. I've made a few healthy twists with a quinoa base and a hummus and tofu filling. I promise it's easier than it looks and you can have this grace your autumnal table too!
Wow. What a night! Last month I was absolutely honoured to be awarded Best Free From & Illness Recovery blog 2017. The whole experience has really made me reflect on my place in the blogging world over one year on from starting The Flourishing Pantry. Here are a few of my thoughts and photos from the night.
I recently got back from a whirlwind tour with work which saw me in Germany for two days. We ended up working in a venue in the middle of an industrial estate which meant nothing. to. eat. So I've put together a vital list of 5 snacking ideas for travel emergencies - for you and me both.
Since my move to Dublin I've been busy immersing myself in the foodie world that the Irish capital has to offer and indulging in many brunches. This is a recipe I discovered at a girl's brunch at the Westbury's Balfes and now I can have it every weekend at home, and so can you!
Following on from the outrageous success of my Ultimate Chocolate Smoothie Bowl which is basically now the biggest hit on the blog thanks to huge re-pinning on Pinterest, I have concluded that the world is indeed, completely and utterly chocolate mad. So I knew for my next snack recipe in the Pantry I wanted to include chocolate, and I thought brownies was the way to go.
It's far too easy these days to rely on Google for answers. But you cannot guarantee that the results you find on the first page are actually authored by people who are qualified to answer your query. So I took a course run by the highly regarded Monash University through Future Learn called Food As Medicine. Here are a few things I discovered.
After last week's blog post about my experience of a 1-to-1 yoga lesson thanks to Yogi2Me I'm giving you a little round-up of the next stage of my yoga journey - a whole immersive weekend at Soul Circus yoga festival. Has it convinced me to make yoga part of my life?