Allergy Awareness Week is running 29 April - 3 May 2019 and I’m taking it as an opportunity to challenge myself in the kitchen to make a true free-from recipe. These are amazing straight from the oven. Hot and with some melted butter you’ll get a big batch which will freeze well too if you don’t have friends round to help you eat them straight away!
I’m excited to be able to introduce another guest recipe creator to The Flourishing Pantry this week, in the form of lawyer turned Nutritional Therapist Katie Shore. As I’m not a peanut lover I’m delighted Katie is sharing with us something for you peanut fans out there! But first, a little about Katie and her approach to wellness…
I’ve been wanting to make a sesame seed pesto for a while now for the blog, ever since learning how high in fibre sesame seeds are compared with pine nuts. The perfect opportunity came along when Magimix asked me to create a recipe using one of their powerful Blenders. Here’s the seriously tasty result!
Sinéad from wholefoods recipe blog Delalicious has become a great friend since my move to Ireland and I was absolutely thrilled (and unsurprised) when she told me earlier this year that she had gone and got herself a book deal through her beautiful blog. Sinéad shares with us a tasty cashew bite recipe from her new book.
Winter just doesn't quite want to leave us this month. As March approaches we're set here in Ireland as well as the UK for plummeting temperatures that will make it colder than in the Alps or at the North Pole apparently! My creamy cashew pasta was such a hit earlier this year on the blog that I'm glad I've got another opportunity to show you how versatile an ingredient cashew sauce is. The creaminess it adds to this dish really completes it.
I have another guest blogger with my on the Pantry this week and I'm so thrilled to be able to introduce you to her. Today we are welcoming Sophie from stunning healthy eating food blog Oatsodelicious to answer some questions and then whip up a batch of cookies for us. I saw them on her blog and couldn't resist!
Last month I co-hosted a January Supper Club for the Health Bloggers Community with my friend Rachael from Yoga Sound System and one of the starters was a baba ganoush dip. I haven't had baba ganoush since I was on a holiday in Greece a few years ago and I had forgotten just how amazing it is. Who needs chickpeas for a dip when you have amazing aubergine?! It's a ridiculously simple ingredients list, and here I've added basil for some extra flavour.
Debenhams are running a Health Kickstart campaign this month and they asked me to get involved by creating a smoothie recipe I could make in a Nutri Ninja Professional 900W Blender and Smoothie Maker. Always a sucker for a new gadget I jumped at the chance and created this tasty green smoothie with sweetness of fruit and filling oats.